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The magazine features the tri-corner area: north from Copake and Ancramdale NY, to South Egremont MA and Canaan CT; south through Lakeville and Sharon in Connecticut; down Route 22 to Amenia and Millbrook, and down Route 82 from Pine Plains to Millbrook in New York – and everything inbetween – with Millerton at its center.

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In the July 2017 issue we feature the following:

April 2017 issue of Main Street Magazine

The content of Main Street Magazine focuses on featuring the people, businesses, places, history, curiosities and important local issues within this area, in features and in in-depth stories.

The Artist with a Knife

Some artists use elegant sable brush-es to apply their paints. Some artists use high carbon chisels to carefully form stone into sculpture. “Leon” Li uses a razor-sharp, forged two steel, single ground “yanagi-ba” knife to deftly cut fresh tuna and yellowtail in creating the elegant sushi at The Woodland in Lakeville, CT. READ ARTICLE

Affordable, Feisty, Livable Millerton

Developed in the early 1850s, the Village of Millerton was a rollicking railroad town with stores, bars, and hotels at the intersection of three rail lines. Millerton was an open town where Babe Ruth caroused, teenagers from Connecticut could drink at 18, and farmers arrived on tractors.

The Restaurant at the End of Our World

Kris Kelsey is much more interested in customers wanting to come back again and again than rushing through an evening meal and disap-pearing into the night.

Dutchess County’s Historic Tavern Trail

Taverns have served as meeting places throughout the nation’s history, where everything from a simple game of cards or billiards to beer, liquor, and food could be had. READ ARTICLE