Our Current Issue of Mainstreet, October 2017 -
The Hudson Issue

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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 October 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.

Boom Town – The City of Hudson, NY

Originally a small stopping point on the Hudson River called Claverack Landing, it became Hudson when a group of entrepreneurial Quaker businessmen from Nantucket established it as a harbor and the first planned city in America with neatly gridded streets. Read More

A Breezy History of Hudson

To truly honor Hudson’s history, this story would run at least a few hundred pages. With that said, this piece will take a light and joyful ride across time.

Hudson Hall at the Historic Hudson Opera House

Well, thanks to a multi-million dollar effort, Hudson Hall, which once served as Hudson’s City Hall among other functions, is a stunning homage to what a group of commit-ted people, as well as proper funding, can do for an historic structure and a community. Read More

Museum of Firefighting in Hudson

If you want to learn in great detail about the history of firefighting, all the way back to ancient times, then you simply must pay a visit to the Firefighters Association of the State of New York’s Museum of Firefight-ing in Hudson, NY.