Hudson Valley Magazine January 2010 - Hudson Valley Home - Hudson Valley Weddings
After taking command of West Point in 1780, Benedict Arnold embarked on a slippery slope to become a Revolutionary War traitor.
Decorative artist Muriel Calderon creates glorious illusions with paint and plaster
During an 18th century-inspired makeover, the two-car garage of a contemporary Ulster County house is transformed into a gracious living room full of traditional touches
This week’s big sale: The “Massive Winter Sale” at DIG Boutique in Saugerties
This week’s deals and steals: Winter clearance at Next Boutique in Kingston
Check out the latest hairstyles for brides, plan a weekend wedding at a local estate, and learn how to “go green” on the big day
Eat out at Café Amarcord in Beacon this month
See who’s been out on the town in January 2010
A new house gets an “old” makeover, transforming a dark garage into a cozy living room. And a local artist works decorative magic using paint and plaster
Go larger than life with dinos or stay on the small side with mini dolls
Senior Editor Polly Sparling lists her top picks in January 2010
The new year brings edgy satire, modern music, and a sultry stage show
Has the snow and cold got you down? Cheer up: Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you can’t have any fun. From snowshoeing and swing dancing to bargain shopping, we’ve got ideas on how to ...
Hearty and satisfying, the traditional French fare at Le Bouchon in Cold Spring is just the thing to chase away the January chills
A record-breaking scarf warms our hearts — and benefits others around the world, too
This open-air hut has a “moving” past
A newly found mastodon tusk in Orange County may reveal secrets of New York’s past
BIG news from Orange County’s Black Dirt region, and a traitor’s life revisited. PLUS: Where in the Valley and On the Town
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