Discover 100-plus places to explore, eat, stay, shop, and even buy a home in New York's most magnificent mountainside region.
Take a look back to a time when the Hudson Valley and Catskills were training grounds for NYC’s professional sports teams.
Grab a shovel and some seeds for early gardening in the Hudson Valley, with help and expert advice from Mark Adams Greenhouses.
An Easter Bunny train ride out of Kingston, a guided tour of the USS Slater, a farmers' market in Troy, and more make the month unforgettable.
Want to create the kitchen of your dreams? Take a cue from the strategies local architects and designers incorporated into their own homes.
Staatsburgh State Historic Site commemorates the sinking of the Titanic during a special series of April events.
The Highland Falls still-photography artists have worked with high-profile clients like Madeleine Albright, the Dalai Lama, and Elizabeth Taylor.
Renowned sculptor Grace Knowlton’s expansive barn-turned-estate hits the market in Palisades, making it the perfect residence for creatives and commuters.
The Rockland County design company’s collaboration with Martha Stewart Living helps kids thrive in the home-learning environment.
After closing Il Barilotto in March 2020, Scott Rosenberg sparks the Hudson Valley dining scene with a decadent restaurant concept.
The Empire State Trail Brewery Passport connects outdoor enthusiasts with the Hudson Valley’s craft beer scene for a perfect pairing.
The Kingston-based company makes almond, cashew, and oat milks that are free of additives, preservatives, stabilizers, and gluten.
A Latin addition in Blauvelt, a Middle Eastern eatery in Hudson, and a Filipino deli in Woodstock make the month delicious.
With a brick-and-mortar location in Putnam County, the Hudson Valley spice company offers the freshest wares around.
The upstate Hudson Valley hotel's gym packs in old-world charm with antique and restored exercise equipment.