Author's details

Name: Jenna Flanagan
Date registered: October 15, 2010
URL: http://outoftowntownie.com


‘Country girl in the city turned city girl in the country’ Giving day-trippers an insider’s guide to the Hudson Valley

Latest posts

  1. Kingston: The IBM Years — June 22, 2014
  2. Paul Green Rock Academy — June 7, 2014
  3. Tin Roof Sessions — June 3, 2014
  4. My New York Home — May 30, 2014
  5. Dining in with the Portable Chef — May 27, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Antiquing – Old Brick House Antiques & Stuff — 4 comments
  2. Antiquing – Twenty Seven Gallery — 2 comments
  3. Gardiner Cupcake Festival — 2 comments
  4. Robibero Winery — 2 comments
  5. Gravity — 2 comments

Author's posts listings

Jun 22 2014

Kingston: The IBM Years

I’ve happily relocated back to my hometown of New Paltz but there’s always been a little part of me that’s wondered why now? I’m part of New Paltz High School’s class of 1995 and when I graduated I couldn’t wait to get out! There was a depressed feeling throughout the Hudson Valley as if a …

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Jun 07 2014

Paul Green Rock Academy

If you follow my blog you know the category ‘Got Kids’ will serve up stories about everything kids friendly in the Hudson Valley. A recent story assignment for my ‘real job’ at the Innovation Trail made me consider changing this category title to ‘Where was This Sh*t When I was a Kid?’ Tweet

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Jun 03 2014

Tin Roof Sessions

Dusk in New Paltz is usually quiet time, particularly on a Sunday night but on a residential street in the heart of the village a converted garage is the venue for a mini-house concert. It’s called the Tin Roof Sessions, named for the tin roof over the detached garage that plays triple duty as a …

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May 30 2014

My New York Home

And you may ask yourself… Well, how did I get here?   Revealing your financial life is in many ways, the final fig leaf. It’s the equivalent of standing naked in a room of overly judgmental, highly critical Monday-morning quarterbacks who are all too happy to point out every ripple, bump, blemish and scar on …

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May 27 2014

Dining in with the Portable Chef

You’ve packed your bags, rented a car, read up on the latest blog posts on outoftowntownie and now you’re ready for your Hudson Valley weekend at your country home or a Bed & Breakfast! Just one problem… what are you going to eat? Naturally there are countless restaurants, café’s and bistros all over our river …

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May 25 2014

Color, Line & Form: Art Show

Family is a complicated thing. It can be beautiful and direct, unexpected and abstract with a single unifying thread that ties it all together. Family binds are stronger than most of us realize and like a migratory animal driven by a primal urge, most of us find ourselves drawn to family. Tweet

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May 01 2014

Lets Talk About Ticks

Ladies and Gentlemen, meet Alice. I met Alice while hiking on the mountainous property of the Cary Institute in Millbrook of Dutchess County. I named her Alice after Ecologist Dr. Rick Ostfeld explained that she is indeed a female due to the red coloring on her body. And yes, she is a tick. Tweet

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Apr 22 2014

Reigniting the War on Poverty

Well they passed a law in ’64 to give those who ain’t got a little more but it only goes so far – Bruce Hornsby 50 years ago President Lyndon Johnson signed his landmark ‘Equal Opportunity Act’ into law. Half a century later this country still struggles with financial inequality. And it doesn’t seem to be …

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Apr 21 2014

The Manufacturing Revolution of the Hudson Valley

Living around so many artists and crafters (is that what you call them?) can lead even the most untalented person to look at something and think ‘I can make that.’ Those thoughts are usually limited to clothing, jewelry, furniture or at least upholstery… but now it’s plastic tchotchkes too. Tweet

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Apr 06 2014

The Kingston ArtBridge Project

In my real job (reporter for the Innovation Trail) I’ve been following the increase of oil trains though upstate New York Check out my story from New York NOW! Story begins at 18:15 Tweet

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