WELCOME TO MAIN STREET MAGAZINE!

In the February 2019 issue we feature the following:

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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.

Love Actually

Carrie Chen opened her design studio and Casana T House next door early on a Monday morning so we could squeeze in an interview with Main Street. She showed me her weightless cashmere scarves and started up the Swiss-made espresso machine. We sampled teas and talked about her entrepreneurial career and her passion for excellence in all aspects of her life. Read More ->

Power Play

Aging takes a toll on our bodies, and it’s not always fun either. Nancy Vaughan knows that and she’s making it her personal mission to address both. Read More ->

Our Town

Before you begin reading, let me precede the article with an explanation because we realize that the contents may upset some readers. Of course we here at Main Street like nothing more than to tell a positive story and our intent is never to upset anyone. With that being said, reality is reality – and one has to be in touch with reality in order to be able to move forward and to make progress. Read More ->

Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation

Berkshire Taconic, like other community foundations, is defined as a public charity. This means that they pool and invest the money of generous donors and make grants in the public’s interest. Like most community foundations, Berkshire Taconic administers a variety of fund types – from scholarship funds, to arts enrichments funds, to field-of-interest funds – in which donors and community groups can build charitable resources for the purpose of making place-based grants.
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Accolades for Anderson

Every year, more children are being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, prevalence in America is estimated at 1 in 59 births. This impacts many families both locally, nationally, and beyond. Read More ->