The Rural We
The Dutchess County author's latest book is "How to Disappear: Notes on Invisibility in a Time of Transparency."
Big Elm Brewery's Bill Heaton talks about his life for the past two years since he opened his business in Sheffield.
Annie Brody of the Chatham Film Club, who lives in East Chatham and runs Camp Unleashed for dogs, talks to the Rural We about leaving NYC for the rural lifestyle.
The Rural We talks to Josephine Proul, the new owner of Local 111 in Philmont NY.
This week The Rural We talks with Gary Schiro, the Executive Director of The Hudson Opera House about all the reasons he enjoy his work in Hudson.
Alex Reczkowski of the Berkshire Athenaeum talks about being a librarian as well as all his volunteer work.
Allen Cockerline of Whippoorwill Farm talks about living and working at his farm in Lakeville, Connecticut.
This week The Rural We speaks with Nicole LoBue of The Kite's Nest in Hudson about her work in the community.
Ty Allan Jackson of Big Head Books talks about his literacy program.
Executive Chef Brian Alberg of The Red Lion Inn talks about why he loves our region.
Sarah Anderson Locke of Hotchkiss School talks about why she chose to live and work in our region.