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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.

Skip Pearlman's Contributions

  1. Hudson Valley Residents Protest Animal Use At Circus In Area

    Hudson Valley Residents Protest Animal Use At Circus In Area

    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 ...

  2. Melting Snow Causes Estimated 100,000 Gallons Of Sewage To SpiIl In Hudson

    Melting Snow Causes Estimated 100,000 Gallons Of Sewage To SpiIl In Hudson

    The Department of Environmental Conservation reported that a wet weather event (melting snow) caused a major sewage spill Sunday in the Albany area that could impact Hudson Valley residents.An estimated 100,000 gallons of untreated sewage flowed into the Hudson for over an hour on March 19 at approximately 2:15 p.m., according to the DEC. Some communities in the Hudson Valley use water ...

  3. Reserve Your Table, Rockland: Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Starts

    Reserve Your Table, Rockland: Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Starts

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. - One of the nation's largest and most anticipated events for restaurant enthusiasts, The Valley Table’s Spring 2017 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, has started.It lasts from Monday, March 6 and lasts through Sunday, March 19.Now in its 11th year, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week gives chefs the opportunity to flaunt their best fare, and diners the chance to try new ...

  4. Dinner Is Served: These Rockland Spots To Participate In HV Restaurant Week

    Dinner Is Served: These Rockland Spots To Participate In HV Restaurant Week

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. - Rockland County, get ready to reserve your tables.One of the nation's largest and most anticipated restaurant weeks, The Valley Table’s Spring 2017 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, is taking place March 6-19.Now in its 11th year, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week gives chefs the opportunity to flaunt their best fare, and diners the chance to try new restaurants and ...

  5. Police Continue Search For Missing Hudson Valley College Student

    Police Continue Search For Missing Hudson Valley College Student

    POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. - Poughkeepsie Police continue to look for leads in their search for Rohan Brown, who has been missing since August of 2008.Brown was set to start his senior year at SUNY Albany at the time he went missing. He was last seen when his vehicle was stopped for a traffic violation in New Paltz.Brown, described by police as a 5-9, 190-pound black male with black hair, was ...

  6. Dinner Is Served: These Rockland Spots To Participate In HV Restaurant Week

    Dinner Is Served: These Rockland Spots To Participate In HV Restaurant Week

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. - Rockland County, get ready to reserve your tables.One of the nation's largest and most anticipated restaurant weeks, The Valley Table’s Spring 2017 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, is taking place March 6-19.Now in its 11th year, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week gives chefs the opportunity to flaunt their best fare, and diners the chance to try new restaurants and ...

  7. Area Hockey Player Doubles As A Model

    Area Hockey Player Doubles As A Model

    Brianna Pedatella is living proof that you can do anything if you follow your dreams.When the 17-year-old John Jay-East Fishkill High School senior isn't playing defensive stopper for her state champion Brewster Bulldogs ice hockey team, she's probably strutting her stuff on the runway during NYC Fashion Week.Pedatella, of Hopewell Junction, has been playing ice hockey since she was ...

  8. Beacon's Long Dock Park Features Breathtaking Waterfront Views

    Beacon's Long Dock Park Features Breathtaking Waterfront Views

    BEACON, N.Y. - Want to take a quick drive or even a hike - easy or hard - and see some of the most impressive scenery around?If you live in the Hudson Valley you can pretty much take your pick of amazing destinations. From Poughkeepsie to Beacon, Breakneck Ridge to Bear Mountain and beyond, there are awesome sights to see all around the Valley.Scenic Hudson's Long Dock Park in Beacon ...

  9. Tappan Zee Bridge Project Making Strides, On Track For 2018 Opening

    Tappan Zee Bridge Project Making Strides, On Track For 2018 Opening

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - Construction on the new Tappan Zee Bridge continues to move along, with Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently announcing another milestone, with the topping off of the eight main span towers.The new bridge is on track to open in 2018 (with the completion of the westbound span expected in 2017), with 90% of the support structures installed. To date, 3,000 roadway panels ...

  10. Area Residents Enjoy First Weekend On Slopes At Thunder Ridge

    Area Residents Enjoy First Weekend On Slopes At Thunder Ridge

    PATTERSON, N.Y. - Thanks to cold weather, snow making and a nice topping of the real stuff, Patterson's Thunder Ridge Ski Area opened for the first time this season on Friday, and had a good crowd skiing the mountain Saturday."The skiing is good, there's a lot of snow, and not too much wind," Yuling An, of Yorktown, skiing with her family, told Daily Voice. "It's not too ...

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