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Pacific Standard (fka Miller-McCune) Covers Coworking: Rural Coworking + Member Stories

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BEAHIVE gets covered by the media from time to time. Coworking is a hot movement —and I'm a PR guy! — after all. But I'm especially proud of a recent piece in Pacific Standard (fka Miller-McCune) magazine — for a couple reasons.  Keep Reading

Hudson Valley’s 1st ‘Coworking’ Space Swarms to Albany

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We're swarming to the state capital and expect to inject some energy into Downtown Albany by March 1. Get the details in this press release on our third hive and the little soirée we're having to celebrate.  Keep Reading

1+1+1=3… Coming Soon: Albany!

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Beacon, then Kingston, and now.... Last week we reached an agreement to open a hive in our state capital! We're aiming to open late winter. More to come once we actually sign the papers with our partner and make things official.  Keep Reading

‘COMMUNITY STIMULUS: Local Currency + Barter Networks’ Recap

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Current economic structures are arguably inadequate. Increasingly, communities are exploring alternatives. That was the focus of our Oct. 22 talk at the hive, "COMMUNITY STIMULUS: Local Currency & Barter Networks as Social & Economic Drivers." This is a recap of the event, from co-producer Venessa Miemis of Emergent by Design.  Keep Reading

‘Community-Focused Ecopreneur Needs a Jumpstart!’

BEAHIVE Bzzz

In August and September we solicited applications to award a free 3-month Full Coworker membership to someone we think will have some positive impact on the world — and for whom BEAHIVE membership would be beneficial. We found her: Sarah Womer of Beacon.  Keep Reading

Free Membership? Three Months? Yep.

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Thanks to our generous sponsor New Energy Events, we're awarding a free 3-month Full Coworker membership to someone who will have some positive impact on the world — and for whom BEAHIVE membership would be beneficial.  Keep Reading

‘CIVIC KINGSTON NY: A Forum for Engagement’

BEAHIVE Bzzz

A few months ago we convened a small group of respected civic leaders, politicians and journalists to help consciously create a vibrant community in Kingston. Our first public event was held July 14, 2011: "CIVIC KINGSTON NY: A Forum for Engagement" focused on turning vision into action. We have video of the forum.  Keep Reading