Hudson Valley Magazine February 2020

5 Perfumes to Shop for Valentine’s Day in the Hudson Valley

Treat your beloved beau (or yourself) to one of these sweet-smelling perfumes and colognes available right here in the Hudson Valley.

How to Start an Herb Garden in the Hudson Valley

One simple remedy to the winter blues is bringing a reminder of warmer temps into your home with a nutrient-rich herb garden.

A Hudson Valley Transplant on the Pros and Cons of Country Living

Welsh writer Jaci Stephen reflects on the good, the bad, and the unusual aspects of living in the Hudson Valley countryside.

Your Complete Calendar of February Events in the Hudson Valley

Ditch Netflix for these awesome activities around the region.

A Guide to Artisan Cheeses in the Hudson Valley

Get your fill of the region's most delectable cheeses from these local purveyors.
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The Hudson Valley Has Always Been at the Center of U.S. Train Travel

Trains are as much a part of American (and Hudson Valley) history and mythology as baseball, cars, and jazz.

The Hudson Valley’s Multi-Million Dollar Film Industry Had the Best Year

The film industry is a multi-million dollar industry in the Hudson Valley. And with its strongest year yet — $29 million in spending — it shows no signs of stopping.

The Bard Professor Who Was Named Composer of the Year

Being a composer is a delicate balance, according to Joan Towers.

3 Healthy Restaurants for Wholesome Eats in the Hudson Valley

With options for vegans, vegetarians, and everyone in-between, these local eateries deliver flavor and nutrition all on one plate.

5 Questions for a Hudson Valley Cicerone

Like a sommelier for beer, Woodstock's R&R Taproom owner Megan Reynolds explains exactly what it takes to master craft brews.
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Our Excellence in Nursing Awards take place on May 1!

Our Best of Hudson Valley ballot is open through March 31!

Unveiled: A Boutique Bridal Brunch is February 25!

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