A Quick History of the Culinary Institute of America

How two women and a shared dream led to America’s preeminent culinary school.

Irish Immigrants Boast a Long History in the Hudson Valley

As some of the earliest settlers to touch down in the Hudson Valley, the Irish have had a major impact on our region.

A Guide to the Bridges of the Hudson Valley

Take a closer look at the structures that bridge the gap from one side of the Hudson Valley to the other, from Westchester to Albany.

The Bear Mountain Bridge Approaches Its Centennial in the Hudson Valley

A word from Hudson Valley Editor in Chief, Olivia J. Abel

Sky Top Tower Celebrates Its 100-Year Anniversary

The beloved Sky Top Tower at Mohonk Mountain House recently celebrated its 100-year anniversary with valued community members and leaders.
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This Museum Concept Wants to Bring the Spirit of Catskill Resorts Back to Life

Planned for a long vacant space in Ulster County, the Catskill Resort Museum will revitalize Ellenville and honor Hudson Valley history.

Germantown Has a Long History in the Hudson Valley

Farmers from the Palatinate region of southwest Germany settled in the Hudson Valley more than 300 years ago.

10 Noteworthy Inventions With Hudson Valley Roots

Ten (mostly) important items that were conceived right here in the Hudson Valley. You’re welcome America!

Is the Burn Brae Mansion in Glen Spey Haunted?

Here's the spooky story of one editor's stay at the century-old, reputedly haunted Burn Brae Mansion in Glen Spey.

Titan of the Railroads: The Story of E.H. Harriman

E.H. Harriman rode tall over the nation’s railroads (and the lower Hudson Valley). How much do you know about his history?
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Our 2023 Women in Business Awards event is December 7!