An Insider’s Guide to April Events in the Hudson Valley: Social Distancing EditionAshokan Rail Trail / Photo courtesy of Ulster County Tourism Hudson River tourism directors share things to do during the COVID-19 outbreak. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. There are a ton of things to do in the Hudson Valley each month. Even in the face of the coronavirus, there exist dozens upon dozens of ways […]
Restoration Is on the Horizon for Staatsburg’s Historic Point HousePhotos courtesy of the Calvert Vaux Preservation Alliance / Postcard by Tom Daley Designed by Central Park landscape architect Calvert Vaux, Hoyt House is a testament to architecture and artistry in the Hudson Valley. The span between Hyde Park and Rhinebeck is something of a paradise for history lovers. Within the short stretch of land, […]
2020 Spring Dining GuideWe can still support and sample our favorite restaurants. Here are some suggestions — Hudson Valley restaurants that make the most of local ingredients in season with options to match every mood and palate that may also lift your spirits and theirs.
Here’s How Hudson Valley Grocery Stores Are Adapting During the COVID-19 OutbreakAdobe Stock Local supermarkets acclimate to coronavirus protocol with dedicated hours for seniors and the immunocompromised. Back during the pre-coronavirus days in the Hudson Valley, grocery shopping was an experience. With a wealth of family-run, artisan-stocked supermarkets dotted from Albany to Westchester, Hudson Valleyites had their pick of farm-fresh produce and gourmet treats at every […]
Dutchess County Colleges Open Dorms for COVID-19 Care RecoveryDutchess Community College leads the way in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, with Vassar and Marist Colleges ready to help in Poughkeepsie. There’s long been a link between Hudson Valley colleges and medical centers. Starting back in the 1800s with the Vassars (we’re talking the family that founded Vassar College and Vassar Brothers Medical […]