Charlie Cornacchio

Charlie Cornacchio

News Anchor

Paula Young hosts “Public House” – intimate conversations with people making a difference in the Hudson Valley.

Produced by Roger Connor, Patrick Cardinale, Christian Romero and Rachael Eyler

Paula’s Public House


Paula’s Public House

Paula’s Public House in Poughkeepsie opened in October 2016 on the site of the well-known Mulligan’s Irish House in the Red Oaks Mill section of town.  It’s proprietor, Paula Young, has completely re-imagined the old, dark Irish pub into a bright, homey, comfortable pub and bar with a “food is love”-conceived menu.

Paula’s Public House is also the setting for “Public House”, a series of intimate conversations with people making a difference in the Hudson Valley. This segment was recorded in the restaurant’s new patio garden. Paula’s guest is Hudson Valley resident Wayne Nussbickel.


"Public House" Welcomes Wayne NussbickelN&S Supply is a fourth-generation family business in the Hudson Valley that continues to hold on to a culture of family values.  N&S Supply was founded by Louis Nussbickel during the Great Depression as a second-hand retail business, originally called “Lou’s New and Used.” The business operated out of a small shed in Fishkill, NY. As the business grew, he saw a need for the distribution of plumbing

"Public House" Welcomes Wayne Nussbickel

Lou Nussbickel – 1942

and heating supplies for the upstate New York market. In 1946, the business was incorporated as N&S Supply, which stands for Nussbickel & Sons. The company has continued to grow, now with seven locations throughout the Hudson Valley and Southeastern Connecticut. Over the years, N&S also became a full line HVAC distributor as well as adding four luxurious plumbing showrooms operating as “N&S Bath Classics”. 

The N&S Supply family is committed to serving each and every customer as a life-long partner. Offering service second to none, there motto is “Don’t settle for less, benefit from the best, with N&S!”






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