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In the December 2017 issue we feature the following:

Cover of Current 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.

Extreme Real Estate: The Real Estate Market in the Town of Amenia

Two hours from New York’s Grand Central Station, the hamlet of Wassaic in the Town of Amenia is the end of the line on the Harlem Valley Metro North railroad. On the other side of the tracks, on Route 22, is the exclu-sive Silo Ridge Field Club. Fifteen years in the making, Silo Ridge, our area’s first luxury gated community, the Tuxedo Park of the 21st century, is becoming a reality. Will it alter the character of northeastern Dutchess County? Will it affect real estate prices in Amenia and the surrounding area? Read More ->

High Vibe Chick Coaching: Feeling Your Way Back to You

As human beings, we are part of a Universe vibrating with an energy that conducts itself through our physi-cal, emotional, mental, and spiritual states. This energy comprises our overall vibrational energy, which defines how we engage with ourselves the world around us. Read More ->

“The Village” Organizations for youth in Northwest Connecticut

Putting aside media sensation-alism for a moment, for all of our modern conveniences, young people face challenges and realities that were never a part of their parents’ experi-ences. The paradox of this generation is that they are both more connected and more disconnected than at any time in history.

Creative, diversified, unusual – the business partnership of Cindy Dunleavy & John Scutieri

Customers who wander through Cindy Dunleavy and John Scutieri’s home furnishings retail creation are very vocal about their delight. This is no “ordinary” furniture store. This is a gallery, a collection, an environment, a designer’s playground made acces-sible to everyone.