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One mom's plan to raise a kid — without raising greenhouse gases

A Halloween Must-Read: 'Chronicles of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow '

First published in 1897, this volume describes the life and customs of early local settlers.

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3 Hidden Locations in the Hudson Valley to Visit When Autumn Is at its Peak

Put your adventure caps on and find these awesome spots.

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The Artist Creating Masterpieces With a Lawnmower

Artist Roger Baker paints wondrous works throughout the Valley with brushes, paints …and lawnmowers.

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Apple Soup Is the Fall Comfort Food You Didn't Know You Needed

Use Hudson Valley apples to make this creamy, comforting soup recipe.

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Zeus Brewing Company Strikes Lightning in Poughkeepsie

Named after the king of Mount Olympus, the brewpub and rooftop bar claims its throne in the heart of Queen City.

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What to Do in Windham: A 24-Hour Guide to This Greene County Retreat

The Hudson Valley's resort town tempts with pristine slopes, chic shops, and farm-to-table dining at every corner.

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8 Family-Friendly Craft Fairs to Officially Welcome Fall

Get a jumpstart on holiday shopping with one-of-a-kind gifts from Hudson Valley vendors.

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One mom's plan to raise a kid — without raising greenhouse gases

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Shannon Gallagher

Shannon Gallagher
Rhinebeck, NY


Dutchess County native Shannon Gallagher is a contributing editor for Hudson Valley Magazine. An erstwhile thrill-seeker, these days she courts disaster of a different variety wrangling a spirited toddler, honing her vegan baking skills, and chasing the ever-elusive work-family balance. She teaches Pilates and does fascial bodywork, and lives in Rhinebeck with Coraline, a cat named Otie, and Sushi the Fish (named, of course, by the toddler).

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