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A Hudson Valley Multimedia Artist Turns Honeycombs Into Eye-Catching ArtPhotos 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 […]
Explore These Outdoor Art Exhibits and Sculpture Parks in the Hudson ValleySocial distancing doesn’t mean you have to disconnect with nature and art.
What COVID-19 Means for Hudson Valley Fairs & FestivalsAdobe 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 […]
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.
5 Hiking Trails That Will Refresh Your Body and SoulPoet’s Walk, Red Hook. Photo by Robert Rodriguez Jr. Dutchess Poet’s Walk Red Hook Distance: 2 miles Difficulty: Easy Description: These winding trails are part of Scenic Hudson’s attempt to preserve fallow farmland as heritage grassland, meaning it is a field-birder’s delight. Great views of the river, a sometimes-muddy ravine, and a gorgeous, found-wood gazebo […]
Keep Your Brain Engaged With These Hudson Valley Online Classes During QuarantineYou only need a computer and Internet access to connect with the community and brush up on art, healing, writing, and more.
Can You Spot Mohonk Mountain House in Amazon’s New Miniseries?The Hudson Valley makes yet another film appearance – this time in an Amazon original using the iconic Ulster County venue as a backdrop. The Hudson Valley isn’t shy about being home to sets for many television series and films. In quieter times, the Hudson Valley Film Commission (HVFC) is a resource for securing locations, […]
Virtually Tour the Hudson Valley’s Hottest Historic Sites Right HereHudson Reality Capture Explore every nook and cranny of the region’s iconic estates and museums with Hudson Reality Capture. What’s the best part of living in the Hudson Valley? For some, it’s the awe-inspiring panoramas that greet them every time they step outdoors. For others, it’s the rich culinary scene that delights the senses with […]
Bringing FDR Back Home to the Hudson ValleyFDR at age 63 in 1945 in what would be his last portrait. Photo courtesy of Presidential Library Franklin Delano Roosevelt Jan. 30, 1882 – April 12, 1945 On April 12, 1945, the 32nd president of the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, passed away at his retreat in Warm Springs, GA, from a cerebral hemorrhage. […]
Invite Hudson Valley Farm Animals to Your Next Zoom MeetingMorning video calls are so much better with baby goats frolicking in the background.