Hudson Valley Magazine October 2009

Breast Cancer Update: What to Know in the Hudson Valley

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so we looked into the latest innovations in screenings and treatments at local breast centers.

Out & About in October

Martin makes music, while Black sings the blues

Best of Hudson Valley 2009

It’s that time again, folks. For 23 years, we’ve brought you the Best of the Hudson Valley, soliciting your take on the region’s finest restaurants, shops, services, and people — and offering up a few choice picks of our own. Conjure up a category and you’ll likely find it somewhere on the following pages, from the tastiest shrimp-stuffed jalapeños to what you, dear readers, believe to be the greatest thing about living here. (Hint: it’s big, it’s blue, and it flows in two directions.) So without further ado, we present to you the biggest, the brightest, and the best our region has to offer

October 2009 On the Town

See who’s been out on the town this month

Mailbox

See what’s in our mailbox for October 2009
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Gentlemen, Start Your Leaf Blowers

As the autumn leaves begin to fall, one homeowner contemplates the Zen of raking

Eating Out

Eat out at Charlotte’s in Millbrook this month

Reverse the Curse?

Can the CIA reclaim its throne as Top Chef champ?

Sophisticated — and Satisfying

Woodstock’s Red Onion offers diners healthy portions of internationally inspired bistro fare in a casual-but-fun setting

Kid's Korner

Boo! Haunted houses abound this month, but you can find birds, basketball, and a big top, too
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Unveiled: A Boutique Bridal Brunch is February 25!

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

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