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Stone Wave Yoga: Tending the Flame of Personal and Communal Wellness

Stone Wave Yoga: Tending the Flame of Personal and Communal Wellness

In the summer of 2019, Liz Glover Wilson had just opened the second location of her burgeoning Gardiner yoga studio and wellness campus, Stone Wave Yoga, in Poughkeepsie. Like so many other small business owners in the Hudson Valley, she had no way of knowing that only months later her entire business would fundamentally change. With the pandemic’s economic and personal challenges constantly at her door, however, yoga remained the one thing that Glover Wilson knew she could count on. “A lot of the students who stayed with us this last year are hungry to learn more about the yoga tool kit because they’re seeing that it really does work,” she says.

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Hudson & Packard Makes the Case for Detroit Pizza in Poughkeepsie

Chef Charlie Webb Brings a CIA-Honed Palate to His Hometown Pizza Style
This past October, Michigan native Charlie Webb opened Hudson & Packard in Poughkeepsie, where his hometown Detroit pizza style combines with the elevated palate of his Culinary Institute training. Detroit pies are not pies at all, but rectangles with a thick, crust that's fluffy on this inside and crispy on the bottom. Shelf your New York skepticism for a moment and head to the new pizzeria, where you may be surprised by the deep-dish gooey goodness.

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Poughkeepsie: Strong at Heart

The Queen City's Economic Resurgence Forges Ahead Despite Pandemic Setbacks
The pandemic has slowed but not stopped the Queen City’s economic resurgence.

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Call BlackLine

Community Care and Liberation on Speed Dial
As established systems of public safety failed them, one group of organizers took matters into their own hands, establishing a hotline for the Black community.

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Big Idea: Uncharted Power Brings Smart Pavers to Poughkeepsie

The city levels up its tech with the Internet of Things in its sidewalks.

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Hudson River Housing Perseveres

Providing Crisis Housing During COVID-19
Hudson River Housing's newest project, Fallkill Commons on Rose, will add 78 new affordable studio and one-bedroom apartments to the Poughkeepsie area.

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A Test Case for Development in the Hudson Valley

Reframing discussions and decisions about development in a more holistic way is forcing elected leaders in the region to do more than just to state a vision for the future.

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Poughkeepsie, NY: Ripe for Development

With Money Flowing In The Queen City Prepares for a New Chapter
Roughly $1 billion dollars in development is underway in the city of Poughkeepsie, NY, which until now has struggled to find its economic and cultural footing post-recession.

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Nightclub Revel 32 Opens in Historic Downtown Poughkeepsie Building

A “Dress to Impress Party” will unveil the new music venue and event facility on November 23.
Poughkeepsie's newest nightclub and event venue will open with a bag on November 23, with a performance by award-winning band Remember Jones, who will perform a full-album cover of Amy Winehouse's famed Back to Black at the Reveal: Dress to Impress party.

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Hudson River Housing Takes the Reins for Poughkeepsie's Trolley Barn Project

Affordable housing advocacy group Hudson River Housing bought the Trolley Barn in Poughkeepsie in spring 2019 and will begin managing the Main Street property come January 2020, overseeing further renovations and the development of artistic programming.

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4 Hudson Valley Towns Just A Train Ride Away

Grab a window seat (perfect for maximum leaf peepage) and an off-peak ticket and take yourself a day (or weekend) trip to any of these Hudson Valley towns just a train ride away. While enroute, download the free Hudson River Train Tour App for more information about the sights and stories of the valley.

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ArtsWestchester Gallery Reopens to the Public on May 7 with COVID Exhibition @ ArtsWestchester Gallery

ArtsWestchester Gallery Reopens to the Public on May 7 with COVID Exhibition

Wednesdays-Sundays, 12-5 p.m. Continues through Aug. 1 — In ArtsWestchester's latest exhibition, “Together apART: Creating During COVID,” the works of...
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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