With social distancing in full swing, order the locally made Easter baskets for holiday joy at home.
Skip the Amazon order and stock up on entertainment and essentials from local businesses instead. Online shopping is the name of the game in the Hudson Valley (and entire United States) right now. With everyone ...
With its sunshine yellow exterior, the Wes Anderson-inspired Germantown Laundromat promotes sustainability with bulk refills and green cleaning programs.
Find your next page-turner at these female-owned-and-operated used bookstores in the region. View this post on Instagram There's a door in here somewhere 📚📚🚪📚📚 Open 11-5 on this gray drizzly first day of February ☔ ...
Mother of three April Perri brings on-trend fashion to local doorsteps with her Beacon-based, on-wheels boutique.
Head to Beacon Bath & Bubble for colorful bath bombs and bar soaps, then stay for old-school soda pop at the 1950s counter.
With its curated collection of essential oils and perfumes, será may just be the best-smelling store in the Hudson Valley.
The Jewelry Medic is a first responder for broken watches, missing diamonds, and local jewelry-related emergencies.
The owners of Artifact and Wares partner on Hyperbole, a storefront mashup that spotlights Hudson Valley creatives and independent makers.
After making their mark at luxury brands like Burberry and Ralph Lauren, Bronty Beauty founders craft eco-friendly facial tonics in Columbia County.
Whether in-store or online, artisanal candle shops shine the light on the old-fashioned art of candle-making along the Hudson River.
Whether you need a shoe cap on a heel or a mend on a broken sole, look to local cobblers to extend the life on your favorite footwear.
Local hat makers design new headwear and restore vintage pieces to keep the artisanal tradition alive in the region.
Your inner bookworm will never want to leave these local literary houses.
With dainty, delightful accessories and a supportive community of female entrepreneurs, Chloe + Lois sparkles in the Hudson Valley.
Between the Sheets and Kaight make eco-friendly designs look very, very chic.
Oliver & Chatfield relocates from Cornwall to Liberty Street, bringing its signature aesthetic and covetable housewares with it.
A teacher-turned-shopkeeper spreads her Russian heritage in the Hudson Valley.
Whether you need a midcentury modern table in Hudson or an old typewriter in Rhinebeck, you’ll find a jackpot of vintage gems along the Hudson.
The industry veteran (and Westchester resident) returns to her roots to bestow her advice on the graduating class.