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Rosendale, NY's Main Street is both beautiful and unique. This short but thriving thoroughfare is a snapshot of the community that makes up this trendy, up-and-coming town just 90 miles north of New York City. A mini-melting pot of small businesses, eateries, residential properties, and municipal buildings rests on the banks of the Rondout Creek and in the shadow of Mount Joppen-burg. If ever a Main Street captured the classic and picturesque beauty of the Hudson Valley region, main street Rosendale is it! Take a stroll with Taft Street down Main Street and see why Rosendale, NY is one of the most desirable areas to buy a home in the Hudson Valley.

A Vibrant & Thriving Community In Ulster County, NY

Rosendale, NY has been enjoying a migration of…

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- Update - New 2012 Woodstock NY Film Festival Blog -

The Woodstock Film Festival is an exciting event that showcases not only great films, but also the lovely Hudson Valley region and our thriving community.  The festival will be four days and five nights of films, concerts, workshops, celebrity-led panels, awards ceremonies, and fantastic parties. With multiple venues not just in Woodstock but all over Ulster County, the Woodstock Film Festival will draw an estimated 12,000 visitors, more than half of whom will be out-of-towners travelling from all parts of the country and the world. This surge in tourists will undoubtedly give a boost to local businesses, in particular the service sector. Often upon arriving in the Woodstock area and seeing some of…

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With the holidays right around the corner, it is essential to take steps to keep your home safe. After all, you wouldn’t want anything to ruin this joyous occasion for you and your loved ones. Luckily, there are several easy steps that you can take to ensure your holiday stays the happiest time of the year.

Light Things Up Safely

Your holiday lights can be a significant source of danger if they are not used properly. To ensure your lights are safe, check them thoroughly for damage. Any lights with broken sockets or frayed cords should be discarded and replaced in order to minimize the risk of fire. Furthermore, use care to follow the manufacturer’s instructions when comes connecting strings of lights together. As a general rule, you should never…

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