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Dutchess County’s Historic Tavern Trail

The tavern has been a part of everyday life in America since the country’s very outset.

Ironically, those supposed teetotallers, the Puritans, are reported to have established the first tavern, then called an “ordinary” in […]

2017-07-19T19:12:28+00:00 July 1st, 2017|

The Artist with a Knife

By CB Wismar | arts@mainstreetmag.com

Some artists use elegant sable brushes 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 […]

2017-07-19T19:08:34+00:00 July 1st, 2017|

Women’s Day Off

Once upon a time, on the tiny island country of Iceland, women across the land took a day off. From farms to factories, schools to shops, and homes to hospitals and hotels, women decided […]

2017-06-20T18:56:11+00:00 June 1st, 2017|

Making Hay While the Sun Shines

By Christine Bates | christine@mainstreetmag.com

For our Animal themed issue, Main Street interviewed Scot Galliher, the founder and owner of Silver Mountain Hay, in his 1835 house overlooking snow covered hay fields. We discovered the origin of […]

2017-02-28T22:59:27+00:00 March 1st, 2017|