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Indy Talks with Ned Sullivan of Scenic Hudson

Scenic Hudson President Ned Sullivan talks about the state of Riverwalk, the 51-mile shared use pathway on the eastern shore of the Hudson River, among other issues his powerful non-profit champions.  More »

Community Conversation on Democracy

Democracy’s standing as this nation’s system of government was the subject of  a captivating  examination during a “Community Conversation” presented recently by The Hudson Independent and the Warner Library in Tarrytown.  Before a packed room at the Library, ... More »

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Indy Talks with Gina Maher, Irvington HS Girls’ Basketball Coach

Our Indy Talks interview with Irvington girls’ basketball coach Gina Maher was conducted a week before the team’s victory in the New York State championships and later its win in the Federation Cup tournament. In it, coach Maher demonstrates why she is able to... More »

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Indy Talks interviews Andrea Stewart-Cousins

Indy Talks, the Hudson Independent’s monthly cable TV interview show this month features Andrea Stewart-Cousins, the new majority leader of the New York State Senate and arguably one of the three most powerful politicians in the state. She also represents our ... More »

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BANG, BANG, THE BRIDGE IS GONE!

by Barrett Seaman – Those who were betting from the outset of the New New York Bridge Project on a Bridge Over the River Kwai-type massive implosion of the old Tappan Zee Bridge will finally get a little bang for their buck. It will, however, be modest. Last w... More »

Watch “INDY TALKS”

INDY TALKS,” a monthly half-hour interview show featuring people in the news in the rivertowns. The show can be seen each Friday during the month at 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 and 8:30 p.m. on Greenburgh Public Access Cable Channel, found on: Channel 75 on Optimum cab... More »

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New Bridge SUP: Animation from NY Gov’s Office

The last element of the new Mario Cuomo Bridge is a 12-ft. wide, barrier-protected “shared use path” (SUP) for cyclists and pedestrians that will run along the north side of the westbound span. It is not expected to be open until sometime next year, but the Go... More »