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Is Hand Sanitizer a Good Replacement for Handwashing With Soap?A breakdown on the perfect (and eco-conscious) sanitizers for your baby’s little paws
All the Coronavirus Vocabulary You Need to Understand What’s HappeningDo you actually know what social distancing means? As news about the COVID-19 outbreak continues to update by the second, so too does the vocabulary attached to it. To better understand what the coronavirus pandemic means for the Hudson Valley (and the world), there’s no time like the present to read up on the new-to-you […]
Coronavirus in the Hudson Valley: What You Need to KnowThe latest COVID-19 updates in the Hudson Valley and upstate New York.
Support Hudson Valley Restaurants During Quarantine With These Delicious Food DealsWant to lend a hand to local eateries during the coronavirus crisis? In addition to curbside pick-up and takeout orders, make the most of food-centric discounts and family specials.
Here’s What to Do in the Hudson Valley This Week During Self-IsolationA film festival in Beacon, a bridal market in Montgomery, and more from this week’s picks for Hudson Valley events.
11 Hudson Valley Longform Reads for the Coronavirus QuarantineNeed a break from Netflix? Give this list of local stories a go. 10 Unsolved Mysteries of the Hudson Valley Feeling confused about the pandemic? From buried treasure and unsolved crimes to missing persons and UFOs, the Valley’s seen every sort of mystery. 16 Moments that Shaped Hudson Valley History A handful of historical highlights […]
Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Is PostponedThe dining event scheduled for March 16-29 will take place at a future date following Governor Cuomo’s takeout-only announcement.
Columbia County’s Powerhouse Brewery Is a Marvel Inside an 1851 Mercantile BuildingWhat happens when an award-winning female brewer and a Zagat-rated chef join forces in Hillsdale? The result is Roe Jan Brewing Co.
The Top Summer Camps for Kids and Teens With Autism in the Hudson ValleyKids on the spectrum from Albany to Westchester will love crafting, creating, and playing at these summer programs.
These 8 Hudson Valley DIY Stores Can Help With Your Next ProjectAdobe Stock / Kristen Local home centers and workshops make renovations approachable with informative courses, knowledgeable staff, and hard-to-find furniture. Starting a DIY project for your Hudson Valley home? Hoping to restore an old piece of furniture? Want to blend antique and vintage with new and modern? Interested in painting more? These stores can help […]
A Chat With the Star of Hudson Valley-Based Podcast Welcome to Night ValePhotos by Veronica Rose unless otherwise noted Host Cecil Palmer talks fans, local food, and why this tour, which stops at Colony in Woodstock, will be his last. UPDATE: Cranor’s show is postponed due to coronavirus concerns. Until it returns, binge-listen Welcome to Night Vale on your favorite podcasting platform. Since its debut in 2012, podcast Welcome […]
5 Dining Day Trips to Eat Your Way Through the Hudson ValleyHead to these towns for a taste of quirky cafés, hipster food havens, and upscale establishments.
Fire on Breakneck Ridge: Scenes From the Hudson Valley BlazeLocal firefighters and first responders calmed the flames that broke out between Beacon and Cold Spring.
Rhinebeck’s Matchbox Café Celebrates 10 Years of Burgers and Farm-to-Table TreatsPhoto by Sabrina Sucato No day trip to town is complete without comfort food and a shmoogie cookie from The Matchbox Café. The Matchbox Café is the sort of place you don’t want to share with friends. It’s the sort of place that’s so good and so wonderful in its simplicity that it’s almost too […]
The Coolest Laundromat in the Hudson Valley Is an Instagrammable DelightWith its sunshine yellow exterior, the Wes Anderson-inspired Germantown Laundromat promotes sustainability with bulk refills and green cleaning programs.