Hudson Valley Magazine's Best of Hudson Valley Issue (October 2016)
Make the most of the cool weather at a bonfire and fall festivals or stay indoors for storytelling and a morning show
We’re batty for these local haunted places, oozing with creepy dolls, evil clowns, and ghastly creatures that will scare you silly
Ceramics are examined in West Nyack, Cuban tunes take Poughkeepsie, and Columbia County opens up a house of history
A Hudson Valley resident has mixed thoughts about fall foliage
Our Editor Kathryn Walsh talks about October's issue highlights, and more
How and where you can celebrate National Disability Awareness Month
Ice Age era caribou remains spotted in the Valley
How one woman is helping four families get back on their feet
In his quest to only eat fermented foods for a full year, Derek Dellinger opened eyes and palates to a fresh and flavorful world
Discover the origin of your county’s name
Can you identify this spooky spiritual spot?
One Ulster County photographer is using the popular game to send a message
Michael Natiello, creative director of The Great Jack O’ Lantern Blaze, tells all.
A gastronomic guide to Kingston’s Smorgasburg
Lagusta Yearwood charms the vegan community and beyond with the creative confections inside her culinary outpost in New Paltz.
Kate Arding tells why the Hudson Valley cheese scene is in full bloom
News and notes from the Valley’s dining scene
Fall is the time to try the wurst offerings at Mill House Brewing Company
Why Valley beer purveyors say “Prost!” to Oktoberfest Brews
From sessions to sours, we define the growing list of lingo you need to know