06/30/15 7:30am


The Newburgh Last Saturdays Recap is by Lisa Gervais, a local business owner and lover of arts. The event is held the last Saturday of every month promoting arts, local restaurants, cafes, shops and more in the City of Newburgh. For more information, check out the Facebook fanpage and on social media: #NBLS, #NewburghLastSaturdays, #NBNYARTS, #NBNYMUSIC.

Photos by Jason Reinhold. View more of his work at behance.net/jasonreinhold or contact him at jayrein857@gmail.com.

Photos were taken from:
– Matrix:Renewal by Judy Thomas at 87 Ann Street
– Painting Demo, Hudson River Photography Exhibit and Newburgh History Photo Exhibit at Mindy Ross Gallery in SUNY Orange
– Gerardo Castro: Emanations at Space Create
– Summer Jams Volume II at Teran Studio









06/29/15 12:00pm

Juice Headquarters Newburgh

The much loved Juice Headquarters will be opening again in a new location, 118 Liberty Street.

There have been a few businesses that have shut their doors this year, and 3 new ones taking their place. I think this shows the persistence the community has in developing the Liberty Street business corridor. We just all have to do our part in supporting them.

Judy Thomas

Photo of the pop-up art gallery at 87 Ann Street. The “Troubles” exhibit is by Judy ThomasClosing celebration featuring musical guest Decora will be tonight, June 29, 7-9pm.

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Judy Thomas Newburgh

06/26/15 9:30am

Newburgh for Newcomers

The weekly link roundup is a collection of links related to Newburgh, revitalization, urban planning and anything else that might inspire change or create dialogue. Photo of Newburgh for Newcomers event by Joshua Brown.

Illuminated Festival lights up downtown Newburgh [THR]
Volunteers, Illuminated Festival bringing hope to Newburgh [THR]
Matthew Colon: City tells its own story through its diversity [THR]
Newburgh ‘urban farm’ program helps kids grow, sell fresh veggies [THR]
The Plaza: What is required for a community living room? [Place Makers]
Why cities need to get smarter about property taxes [Center for Community Progress]
Small urban developers movement picks up steam [Better! Cities & Towns]
How to Revive America’s Neglected Local Cemeteries [City Lab]

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06/26/15 7:30am

61 Clinton Street #1 Newburgh NY

This is a carriage house that is for sale in the MGL area. I had shown this property before as a rental. From what I have heard, the layout is a bit strange. So maybe it would be best to convert this to a one-family carriage house. The cons are there is no yard, just a patio and a balcony, each belonging to one rental unit. However, it’s on a good street, near Newburgh’s most opulent homes, including the historical society. And, it’s a carriage house! It might be perfect for someone who doesn’t want yard maintenance. Click through to the link, there are many more photos.

61 Clinton Street #1 Newburgh NY (George Koudounas)
Asking Price: $169,000
Year Built: 1864
Size: 1,848 sq ft
Taxes:  $5,270
Neighborhood: MGL
Distance to NYC: 57.9 mi, 1 hour 2 mins
Public Transportation: MetroNorth to Beacon, then take ferry, Transit Orange Bus Service
Closest Roadways: 9W, I-87, I-84
Google Map



06/25/15 7:30am


Newburgh Last Satudays are back for the month of June with some exciting events happening this month. This is a day when businesses stay open later and special events happen to encourage tourism and economic development of downtown Newburgh. For all the events go to the fanpage.

For this Saturday, “Emanations” will be on display at Space Create, 115 Broadway, Newburgh, NY. The exhibition begins June 8 and ends July 7.