This Kinderhook space was once filled with children; now it’s home to contemporary art.
The Chapel Restoration tempts locals with Hudson River views and internationally acclaimed talent during music concerts and readings.
The 58th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade steps off on March 22.
Hudson Valley author Holly George-Warren chronicles another musical legend.
An exhibit at The Samuel Dorsky Museum in New Paltz chronicles the late counter-culture artist's memories of childhood in exile during the Cold War.
Born into a family of incredible talent, the acclaimed folk musician forges his own path as an artist, creative, and community member. Tom Chapin was destined for a life in the arts. He was born ...
A Mardi Gras party in Poughkeepsie and interdisciplinary art in West Nyack add color to the region.
Photo courtesy of Bard College A Celtic concert in Albany, the return of Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, and maple syrup weekends make the month unforgettable. UPDATE: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many of these events ...
A fairytale bed and breakfast in Dutchess County, Wing Castle is the lifetime passion project of one Hudson Valley couple.
Visit Bellefield in Hyde Park, the home of a beautiful garden by legendary designer Beatrix Farrand.
Matthew Pleva, a lifelong Kingston, resident has been working on a tiny scale for decades.
Adobe Stock/Ty The trending experience comes to Spins Bowl in Poughkeepsie, with Spins Bowl in Carmel and Wappingers Falls to follow. Have you thrown an axe in the Hudson Valley yet? A relatively new addition ...
Art reigns supreme inside Orange County's Workshop Workshop.
We asked Hudson Valley tourism directors: What are the most popular sites in your county?
Did you see the Teardrop in Kingston? Stonestyling’s Tyler Borchert is the visionary behind it.
With events such as craft fairs, food festivals, and music celebrations, the Hudson Valley is full of fun all year long.
Get ready to craft your own ornaments, tumblers, and vases alongside professional glassblowers in Schoharie County.
After getting her start in the dog handler industry at just 20 years old, Lagrangeville resident Lavonda L. Herring judges at the seventh annual Masters Agility Championship at Westminster in NYC.
Switch up your playlist with music from regional musicians.
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.