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New Community Photography/Video Studio, Beacon, NY

Now Open! Located at the Old High School, 211 Fishkill Ave., BEACON, NY...A PHOTO/VIDEO STUDIO MADE FOR ARTISTS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, SMALL-SCALE BROADCASTS/ VIDEO PRODUCTIONS, SMALL BUSINESS ADVERTISING, SMALL SCALE MUSIC VIDEOS, OR ANY VISIONS YOU HAVE HAD, BUT YOU DIDN'T HAVE THE SPACE AND EQUIPMENT TO BRING IT TO LIFE.



ABOUT THE SPACE



-WiFi

-400 Square feet of supercharged space, designed specifically as an efficient, and convenient blank canvas for your media…

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Added by Zac Skinner on June 9, 2014 at 9:34am — No Comments

Pass This Youtube Video On To Your Friends,Buy It On Itunes All Proceeds to Go To Mid Hudson Animal Aid Cat Sanctuary & The ASPCA

Noga Cabo wrote this song to help the Cat Sanctuary Mid Hudson Animal Aid after the terrible fire and the ASPCA. They will split all the proceeds 50/50.This was part of her special Bat Mitzva Project. She wrote the original song "Friends for Life" for them.

see it on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEcCd02OrX8&feature=em-share_video_user…

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Added by Richie Cabo on January 24, 2014 at 9:16pm — No Comments

Noga Cabo's Bat Mitzva Project To Help The Mid Hudson Animal Aid Rebuild After A Fire. Other Groups Will Benefit Also From Original Tunes She Recorded On iTunes.

 

 

Hello,

My name is Noga Cabo and I am turning 12 on January 19th (The Hebrew date is the 7th of Shevat which this year fell on January 8th). I will be having my Bat Mitzvah in May, and I would like to share my Bat mitzvah project with you. I recorded three original songs, and I plan to donate the proceeds to different organizations with which I have a connection.

My first song is called “Friend for Life” and I wrote this song for my four…

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Added by Richie Cabo on January 12, 2014 at 7:00pm — No Comments

OPENING: SCREEN PLAY Hudson Valley Artists 2013

Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz

OPENING Saturday June 22, 5-7pm  

Show runs thru November 10, 2013

 curated by Daniel Belasco 

The screen is the transcendent medium of our time, infiltrating our daily lives and mediating our interactions with the world. Emerging and mid-career artists working in painting, drawing, performance, ceramics, fiber, and video, cluster in two…

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Added by Harvey Weiss on June 22, 2013 at 7:24am — No Comments

Impact of Hudson Baylor

Today I had a rep from Royal carting come in to renew my dumpster agreement which I must have by law in Beacon. In conversation he said a few things I did not know. 1) Trash from beacon does not go to a landfill, it is incenderated. 2) Beacon has seen a 30% increase in recyclables due to the new bins. The reason for the new bins is that all recycle now goes to Hudson Baylor, which does not require seperated recycle. Which the old county plant does.

Added by Gregory Richards on February 20, 2013 at 4:09pm — 4 Comments

Give someone on your gift list a HEAD TRIP this holiday season.

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” ― Henry MillerGive someone on your gift list a HEAD TRIP this holiday season. Available in hardcover, softcover, and e-book versions. http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/2632718

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” ― Henry Miller



head trip, from where I sit on the hudson rail line, is a book of pen and ink drawings created by Beacon, New York  based artist Harvey Weiss from…

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Added by Harvey Weiss on December 10, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments

Hudson River Run 2012

HERE'S THE STORY:



In an effort to bring attention to the need for clean water - and in particular, clean rivers - ultrarunner and lifelong New York State resident Todd Jennings will be running the entire 315-mile length of New York’s Hudson River in May of 2012. The run will begin at Lake Tear of the Clouds, on the face of Mt. Marcy (New York’s highest peak), and will finish at The Battery in New York City. The endeavor will take 8 days, averaging approximately 40 miles per…

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Added by Harry Owens on May 15, 2012 at 9:37am — 2 Comments

Hudson Valley Gay & Lesbian Wedding Expo

MEDIA ALERT –April 1, 2012

WHAT:       National Tour of Gay & Lesbian Wedding Expos Visits Hudson Valley

                      As the debate continues throughout the nation regarding marriage and family rights for gay &

                   lesbian citizens, the national resource Rainbow Wedding Network.com is returning to New York

                   this Spring with its national tour of ‘Same Love, Same…

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Added by Cindy Sproul on April 2, 2012 at 3:33pm — No Comments

The O2 Compost Company Donated One Of the O2 Compost Systems Units For The New Sargent & Downing Gardens Children's Educational Center!

Last week the owner Peter Moon of O2 Compost came to NYC all the way from Seattle to meet with Queens College to plan out the new system being installed there which is presently under construction. He also got a chance to meet up with Richie Cabo between his busy work scheduel.

College students will be learning all about the new echo friendly way to compost much more efficiently without man hours of manually turning compost piles, while also reducing the carbon footprint of the…

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Added by Richie Cabo on December 1, 2011 at 3:00pm — No Comments

More Saturdays in Beacon!

Looks like I'll be at the Hudson River Market every Saturday through June (and again on July 11th)... So please stop by and say hi! Miss seeing a lot of you and it's been so nice to be out on the weekends. Way better than being inside on the weekends;]



Oh, and if I'm busy helping someone to buy some of my Jewelry, feel free to hang out a while so I can give you a proper hello! I missed out on getting a proper one in with a couple people the last couple Saturdays, cause you guys… Continue

Added by Andrea N. (once of pearldaddy) on May 29, 2009 at 10:17am — No Comments

Howland Cultural Center's Hudson Valley Concert Series presents "Uncommon Ground" Thursday, May 21 @ 7:30 pm



The Howland Cultural Center will present “Uncommon Ground” the third offering in its ongoing 2009 Hudson Valley Concert Series. “Uncommon Ground” brings together the unlikely combination of precise, classically trained violin and bass lines with the soul of bluegrass-influenced vocals, mandolin and guitar to drive a band whose fresh, distinctive sound is winning fans wherever they… Continue

Added by Kelly Ellenwood on May 1, 2009 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Andrea N. at Hudson River Market

Hey everybody!



Gonna do a few Hudson River Markets starting with the official first one May 2nd (tomorrow). Gonna bring a few leftover pearldaddy selections and a whole lot of non-pearl one of a kind new stuff from the non-store venture: Custom Adornments. Be there for the 16th, 23rd and June 6th dates too.



Hope a lot of people will be out and enjoying a mild Spring day... Please stop by and say HI!



Now, let's hope it only rains early early in the morning and… Continue

Added by Andrea N. (once of pearldaddy) on May 1, 2009 at 2:50pm — No Comments

Thanks and What's Happening Post pearldaddy

Wound up getting sick as soon as everything was moved out and turned off at the store, so been a bit hectic catching up with my own post pearldaddy life now that I'm feeling better. So here's a very late:



Thank YOU! To everyone who came to the closing party and helped with the move.



I did manage to see a few people on Saturday, the first time I've been able to get out for Second Saturday since moving pearldaddy to Beacon. That was nice!



Wanted to let everyone… Continue

Added by Andrea N. (once of pearldaddy) on April 14, 2009 at 11:36am — 2 Comments

Long Dock Groundbreaking Set for '09

According to Goldee Greene's article in the most recent Beacon Free Press, it sounds like there are several hoops still to be cleared by the project.



Here's a brief synopsis of the Beacon Free Press piece:

- City Council and Planning Board hearings are required before getting greenlight from state agencies

- A change in architects slowed the project

- New plans will have the hotel 55' high at highest point

- Doral Arrowood, a Rye Brook based hotel, will… Continue

Added by Kelly Kingman on August 2, 2008 at 1:30pm — No Comments

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