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

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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.

 

N&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

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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