It seems like every time I turn around, there is another longtime local business closing up shop or being demolished.
7 Stars in Brewster, NY is the most recent. I got word from a friend that they saw work being done there and now I can see that word is very real.
Demolition Crews Knock Down 7 Stars, Longtime Brewster Restaurant
located at 1577 Route 22 in Brewster has been torn down. These pictures are from yesterday (9/8/21) and the demolition began the day prior.
Having another taco joint around isn't going to help this righteous eating plan I came up with. The deal was, that I would stop eating tacos 5 days a week and maybe live a little longer. Now, I have three taco spots within 3 blocks of my house, one on the way home from work and one on the way to my Mother's thanks to the new Salsa Fresca. So, there goes healthy living I guess.
Look Inside Rarely Seen Corners of Brewster
There is an area in Brewster, NY where US 202, Lower Mine Road, the Croton River, the train tracks and a reservoir all converge. This is a look inside the rarely seen corners of Brewster AKA the Town of Southeast.
Inside the Premier Party for the Danbury Trashers Netflix Documentary
My name is Lou Milano, I am the co-host of the Ethan and Lou Morning Show on I-95. Recently, I attended the local premier of the Netflix film "Untold: Crime & Penalties"
about the Danbury Trashers. The Trashers were a United Hockey League team that were around for a short time in the 2000' s in Western, CT but the team and ownership left a lasting impact.
The premier was open to the public and would take place inside the building where the Trashers played hockey, the Danbury Ice Arena. I decided to watch the movie at my house before going to the event. I wanted to use the time at the arena to interview the people in the film, and give an inside look into the night. This was my night out, with the cast of the film and the Trashers.
Nuclear Lake in Pawling, NY Has an Explosive History
Nuclear Lake is not just a clever name, it's a literal one. Tucked away in the woods of Pawling, NY, once sat a secret research facility. On the shores of the 55 acre body of water, were labs conducting experiments, using uranium and plutonium. The Lake can be accessed by anyone walking the Appalachian Trail in Dutchess County, but should it?
Easily Overlooked but Vital Pieces of Candlewood Lake's Operation and History
At a glance, these photos and diagrams may mean very little to you. But, as Mike Allen's research points out these are vital pieces of Candlewood Lake's History and Operation.
Exploring Beyond the Rusty Gates of Danbury's Oldest Cemetery on Wooster Street
I live just down the block from the Wooster Street Cemetery and whenever I pass, I am always struck at how odd it is. You have this quiet, beautiful place that is dedicated to the people who were buried there, in the middle of a busy city and almost no one ever goes there. I decided to go take a deeper look around and see what was beyond the iron gates and stone walls.