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New Lunch Spot in Newburgh: Toasted, an Artisan Bistro

New Lunch Spot in Newburgh: Toasted, an Artisan Bistro

For the last five years, Sam Satanovsky worked as the front-of-house events captain at New York City's NoMad Hotel, a Michelin-starred kitchen, handling all the private rooftop events. When the pandemic hit, this work ground to a halt. On a visit to see his childhood friends in Newburgh, they presented him with a 120-year-old run-down building on Liberty Street. “Screw it,” he said. “Let’s open a restaurant.” Toasted currently focuses on lunch, with salads, sandwiches, and soups made using hyper-fresh ingredients from local farms. But in the future? Live music in the backyard, brunch, and dinner.

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The Revitalization of Newburgh is Finally Happening...But For Whose Benefit?
Once dubbed "the murder capital of New York," the awaited revitalization of Newburgh is finally happening. But for whose benefit?

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The Summit Is An Inflection Point for Newburgh’s Arts and Cultural Scene

The December 5 online event will celebrate local performers, makers, and artists and engage residents on the initial findings of the Newburgh Arts & Cultural Study (NACS)
Like many towns in the Hudson Valley, the City of Newburgh has undergone a rebirth.

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Design for Six Feet Initiative Reimagines Newburgh Public Spaces for COVID-Safe Play

Bringing likeminded people together to reimagine public space in response to COVID-19.

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Newburgh: Self-Portrait

The young adult photographers of the Newburgh Community Photo Project survey their city and offer pictures of hope and resilience.

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Weekend Guide to Newburgh, NY

Newburgh is a multicultural community with a vibrant waterfront nightlife, hip dining spots, and fashion-forward boutiques. Spend your weekend pursuing the 85,000-square-foot motorcycle museum Motorcyclepedia; eating gourmet Mexican food at Hudson Taco while looking out at the river; drinking artful lattes at Liberty Street cafe Blacc Vanilla; or staying at Washington’s Guestquarters.

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What We Talk About When We Talk About Adaptive Reuse

Adaptive reuse—the process of adapting an existing structure for a purpose other than what it was originally built—has gained traction over the past two decades, especially in the Hudson Valley where there's ample opportunity to give mills, factories, churches, even homes a new lease on life.

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Black Trans Stories Matter Live Storytelling Performance @

Black Trans Stories Matter Live Storytelling Performance

Sat., June 12, 7-8:30 p.m. — TMI Project is proud to announce our first-ever Black Trans Stories Matter...
Fritz Vogt Drawings: A Sense of Place @ Canajoharie Library & Arkell Museum

Fritz Vogt Drawings: A Sense of Place

Tuesdays-Sundays. Continues through Dec. 30 — Between 1890 and 1900 itinerant folk artist Fritz G. Vogt roamed the...

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