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4 Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth 2020 in the Hudson Valley

4 Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth 2020 in the Hudson Valley

Celebrate the official end to slavery in the US this Juneteenth with these four events in the Hudson Valley.

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Five Hudson Valley Happenings This Week (Online and Offline)

Stay safe and have fun as you enjoy these selected activities.

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50 Years Of Memorable Sports Moments

During this Dry Spell, Scratch Your Sports Itch with these 9 Iconic Moments
With everyone on house arrest and no live televised sports to be had, it's a great time to revisit some of the most iconic, goosebump-giving moments in sports history. Here are 9 of our favorite sports moments.

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Five Fine Events in the Hudson Valley

In this week’s roundup of Hudson Valley happenings, the seasonal theme continues, augmented by a solemn-but-triumphant commemorative event at Bard College.

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Michael Lang on the Woodstock Festival

Michael Lang, cocreator of the historic 1969 Woodstock Festival, reflects on its legacy (and future) from 50 years out.

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6 New Ways to Experience Olana in 2019

Olana is one of the most important artist’s home, studio, and designed landscape in the United States. The property features 250 acres of artist-designed landscape, five miles of carriage road, and a Persian-inspired house and offers an ever-evolving list of tours that let guests experience (and re-experience) the Hudson River School's Frederic Edwin Church's beautiful home in new and exciting ways.

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Urban Archive App Expands Service to Newburgh—Including Phone-Guided Tours

The nonprofit Urban Archive launches an interactive app which shows Newburgh through the years—allowing the city itself to become a museum and your phone, a reliable local tour guide.

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History Comes Alive in the Hudson Valley

Tour the historic homes, streets, and acres that America’s earliest settlers and founders lived in and used to chart a course for New York and the country.
The Hudson Valley has been a key region in the agriculture, politics, arts, and culture of the United States since Colonial time. Here is a look at some of the region's must-visit historical sites.

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The Museum At Bethel Woods: Story of 60s & Woodstock @ The Museum at Bethel Woods

The Museum At Bethel Woods: Story of 60s & Woodstock

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Music Conservatory of Westchester Faculty Concert of Music by Black Composers @

Music Conservatory of Westchester Faculty Concert of Music by Black Composers

Wed., July 15, 12-1 p.m. — In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, the Music Conservatory of...

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