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Skip Pearlman

Reporter/Photographer

Skip Pearlman is an award-winning photojournalist who has been photographing and covering news, sports and features in Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties for three decades, and currently resides in Dutchess County.

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  1. Placing A Child In Residence Is One Of Hardest Decisions A Parent Can Make

    Placing A Child In Residence Is One Of Hardest Decisions A Parent Can Make

    STAATSBURG, N.Y. - Making the decision to move an autistic child into a residential treatment center is one of the hardest decisions a parent will make, and one Laura and Ronald Tomlins of Poughkeepsie agonized over.“I cried on and off for six months - but we knew it was time,” Laurie told press members at Anderson Center for Autism's recent Media Day, coinciding with Autism Awareness ...

  2. ACA Teachers Tap Into Organizational Skills That Change Student's Life

    ACA Teachers Tap Into Organizational Skills That Change Student's Life

    STAATSBURG, N.Y. - When Michael came to the Anderson Center for Autism, he was just 8 years old.Now an Anderson graduate resident at age 22, Michael holds down two jobs, including a full-time position in the kitchen at the Anderson Center, and has also participated in the Special Olympics.Key to Michael's progress was tapping into his outstanding organizational skills, and one way was ...

  3. Poughkeepsie Underwear Factory Celebrates Revival As Art, Community Hub

    Poughkeepsie Underwear Factory Celebrates Revival As Art, Community Hub

    POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. - Poughkeepsie celebrated the Grand Opening Thursday afternoon of the Poughkeepsie Underwear Factory - a long vacant property that will now be home to affordable housing, artists studios, and commercial spaces.The Grand Opening included tours of the building's three floors, snacks from the Poughkeepsie Open Kitchen, a look at North River Roasters coffee (on the first ...

  4. K104 Cupcake Festival Leaves Fishkill, Eases On Down Road - To Beacon

    K104 Cupcake Festival Leaves Fishkill, Eases On Down Road - To Beacon

    DUTCHESS COUNTY, N.Y. - Fishkill had its cake. Now Beacon will be eating it.The wildly popular K104.7 Cupcake Festival, which has been held on Main Street in Fishkill for all of its five-year history, is moving to Beacon this year and will be held Saturday, May 6, from 1 to 5 p.m.Fishkill residents have already started to voice their displeasure on Facebook group pages about losing one ...

  5. Dutchess Football Players China Bound To Play In Global Ambassadors Bowl

    Dutchess Football Players China Bound To Play In Global Ambassadors Bowl

    DUTCHESS COUNTY, N.Y. - Four Dutchess County high school football players are about to take the trip of a lifetime.Nick and Michael Mastroeni, two brothers from Rhinebeck High School, and Rory Foley and Joe Flaccavento, of Trinity-Pawling, are headed to China to play for Team Stars & Stripes, representing their country in the ninth annual Global Ambassador's Bowl.The Global ...

  6. Dutchess County Marine Enlists Kickstarter To Make WWI Short Film

    Dutchess County Marine Enlists Kickstarter To Make WWI Short Film

    POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. - After four years as a Marine that included two tours overseas, Tyler Mendelson has a healthy respect for - and a first-hand understanding of - the sacrifices soldiers make to protect our country.For the past two years, Mendelson has been developing an idea for a short film  about World War I, and now he's trying to make it a reality - with the help of a Kickstarter ...

  7. Hudson Valley Residents Protest Animal Use At Circus In Dutchess County

    Hudson Valley Residents Protest Animal Use At Circus In Dutchess County

    A group of Hudson Valley residents turned up at the Hudson Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie on Friday to protest animal use by Garden Bros. Circus, which was staging three shows at the venue.Group organizer Natalie Kikel and about a dozen protesters held signs claiming animal abuse by Garden Bros. and other circuses and handing out info from PETA on the topic.Literature included ...

  8. Trinity-Pawling Grad To Take Over As Yorktown High AD In Fall

    Trinity-Pawling Grad To Take Over As Yorktown High AD In Fall

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. - Current Port Chester Athletic Director Rob Barrett is set to take over for the retiring Fio Nardone as Yorktown Central School District athletic director this fall, Daily Voice has learned.Barrett, currently in his second year at Port Chester, attended Lakeland High School in Shrub Oak before graduating from Trinity-Pawling in Dutchess County. He went on to Post (CT) ...

  9. Vintage LPs The Focus At Hudson Valley Vinyl, Set To Open In Beacon

    Vintage LPs The Focus At Hudson Valley Vinyl, Set To Open In Beacon

    BEACON, N.Y. - In this digital age, vinyl has made a bit of a comeback, especially among audiophiles.Hudson Valley resident Chris Reisman is one of the many who loves the warm sound of a needle on vinyl, and brings his love of vintage records to Beacon this week with the opening of Hudson Valley Vinyl. "I've always wanted to open a shop in Beacon, and the stars aligned," ...

  10. Dutchess Exec Molinaro Recognizes Work Crews For Efforts During Nor'easter

    Dutchess Exec Molinaro Recognizes Work Crews For Efforts During Nor'easter

    DUTCHESS COUNTY, N.Y. - Dutchess County Executive Marcus J. Molinaro wanted to say thank you.Molinaro treated Dutchess County Department of Public Works (DPW) employees to a special luncheon yesterday at the DPW highway garage as a thank you to the more than 120 DPW employees who worked tirelessly last week during the Nor'easter to perform snow and ice removal operations to ensure ...

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