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Hudson’s Historic Second Empire Home Is a True Upstate Beauty PropertiesPhotos by Deborah DeGraffenreid Photography Designed by architect G.B. Croff, the recently renovated Willard Place abode welcomes with gas fireplaces, heated floors, and its very own wine cellar. Address: 4 Willard Pl, Hudson Description: A short way away from Hudson’s charming Warren Street, this Second Empire abode is eye-catching from the start. The 6,446-square-foot property […]
Here’s What You Need to Stock a Perfectly Classy Home Bar RecipesThe folks at Stockade Tavern give us some tips and tricks to entertaining right
This Hudson Valley Woman Makes Cupcakes for a Cause FoodPhotos by Tom Moore Pat Roza’s Forget Me Not Cupcakes serve as a reminder of a heartbreaking tragedy and national epidemic. It was in the spring of 2011 when Pat Roza thought of the name for her cupcake business. She had been visiting her son Christopher’s grave, talking with him, as she often did in […]
COVID-19 Put a Halt to This Hudson Valley Couple’s Wedding Coronavirus in the Hudson Valley, WeddingsAdobe Stock / malkovkosta Instead of canceling their ceremony altogether, the Fort Montgomery newlyweds postponed it to May and snuck away to the Berkshires to exchange vows in private. Love in the time of COVID-19 is a tumultuous thing. With the entire wedding industry on a near standstill in the Hudson Valley, local couples face […]
A Hudson Valley Multimedia Artist Turns Honeycombs Into Eye-Catching Art Arts CulturePhotos courtesy of Tina Chaden Greene County resident Tina Chaden channels her love of nature to create the three-dimensional pieces that have graced the galleries inside the Smithsonian and the Whitney Museum of Art. The Hudson Valley is bustling with artists who create artwork using funky and eccentric media. Chicago-born Tina Chaden is a perfect […]
Here’s How to Use Stone in a Garden Design GardenA local author and landscape designer on how to add a timeless element to your garden.
The Local Nonprofit Aiming to Make the Building Industry More Efficient Design GardenWhen it comes to the building and construction industry, progress has been inching along at a slow pace
How to Buy and Sell a Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic Home Real EstateTips for what you can do now to be ready for that turn around.
Explore These Outdoor Art Exhibits and Sculpture Parks in the Hudson Valley Arts Culture, Coronavirus in the Hudson ValleySocial distancing doesn’t mean you have to disconnect with nature and art.
A Hudson Valley Memoir Recalls Resistance Against the Nazis in WWII HistoryFrench Resistance fighter and Rhinebeck resident pens memoir.
Coping With Our New Normal Coronavirus in the Hudson ValleyIllustration by Ran Zheng I wish we were reading about burgers, the Hudson Valley’s best burgers. That was the May feature story we had planned to present this month, “58 Great Burgers Worth the Drive.” Instead, we offer an issue attempting to make the most of this perilous time here at home, and hopefully provide […]
CraftZee Creates DIY Crafting Kits for the Whole Family Life StyleMake-your-own candles, bath bombs, and soaps with these awesome kits.
Juggling Work and Family at Home During the Pandemic Life StyleKate Crocco, LCSW, knows what it’s like to juggle work and family.
What COVID-19 Means for Hudson Valley Fairs & Festivals Coronavirus in the Hudson Valley, Homepage Slider, Things To DoAdobe Stock / leszekglasner Find out which of the region’s spring and summer events are canceled, postponed, or rescheduled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Spring and summer are looking quite a bit different in the Hudson Valley right now. In a normal year, buzz about craft fairs and outdoor concerts would already be rippling across […]
How to Support Loved Ones With Developmental Disabilities During the Pandemic Coronavirus in the Hudson Valley, HealthAs change and confusion spread across the Hudson Valley, these steps make life easier for individuals with developmental disabilities.