Hudson Valley Magazine’s ”Fall Getaways” Issue (September 2012)
When autumn arrives, the Hudson Valley comes alive with arts and music happenings, food and drink fun, and Halloween festivities.
A few new eateries in New Paltz, a sweet tooth spot in Woodstock, and a vodka collab in Orange County make the month delicious.
Your guide to apple picking in the Hudson Valley; plus apple pie recipes, apple cocktails, apple orchards, Hudson Valley Apple Trail map, and more
In the bag: All-nighters never tasted so good! A Troy eatery serves up comfort food until the wee hours
American dining at TuthillHouse at the Mill Restaurant and Tavern in Gardiner, NY
Fork it over: Inventive cuisine elevates the diner experience at Milan’s Another Fork in the Road
Blueberry Oatmeal Streusel French Toast with Warm Maple Rum Sauce
Although he never achieved the fame of Frank Lloyd Wright, the Hudson Valley’s own modernist architect, Frank Dushin, designed houses that rival those of his famous counterpart
Seven historic hotels and fall getaways that make it easy to celebrate the season
A word from Hudson Valley Editor in Chief, Olivia J. Abel
Heavy metal: Sterling Forest was once the center of the Valley’s rich iron-ore industry
See who’s been out on the town in the Hudson Valley in our September 2012 gallery of party pictures and event photos
A child star takes center stage, and the Hudson’s bridges attract attention PLUS: Where in the Hudson Valley Contest and On the Town party pictures
Hit the trail: Art trail adds nine picturesque new locations
Cross purposes: The Valley’s buzzing about the new Tappan Zee Bridge. But what about our other bridges throughout the region?
Soak up the season with apple-inspired candles, soaps, and more
It’s Ripley, believe it or not: Orange County eight-year-old Ripley Sobo lights up Broadway and represents the Hudson Valley.