Because our October issue is celebrating art and design, we are recommending a few art and history museums in the tri-state area. The NY/MA/CT area has a rich history of art and culture and that is evident in the sheer number of museums and historical estates we have in this area. This by no means […]
When Kevin Pike and Robin Touchet moved to the Hudson Valley in 2012, they were in search of the land that would later become Branchwater Farms. “The goal was to find a place that we could preserve and make economically viable for future generations,” Kevin says.
From cheese to spirits
In 2014, they closed on an […]
Graceland Tattoo, located off of Route 9 in Wappingers Falls, NY, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. “It’s pretty wild. It’s quite an accomplishment, and I think in some ways it ages me,” laughs Adam Lauricella, proprietor.
Adam has had years of experience in the profession. His interest in tattooing started all the way […]
Actress and author Hilarie Burton Morgan is releasing her second book, Grimoire Girl, on October 3, 2023.
A grimoire is typically known as a spell book or a textbook of magic. Hilarie describes it as, “a book of life-saving knowledge.” Her spin on the book is a collection of memoir essays, stories from childhood, magical […]
Ten Mile Table Supply is home to a variety of unique pantry finds, independent food publications, and the undeniable star of the show, the bakery counter that houses Vitsky Bakery.
“It’s been amazing to watch the business grow through word-of-mouth in the community,” owner Erika DaSilva says. “Ariel from Vitsky [Bakery] is amazing, and we’ve been […]
Mike Cooper is a lifelong resident of Pine Plains, NY, where he works as a teacher, coach, and recreation director. He currently serves as the Second Lieutenant in the Pine Plains Fire Co., but he has been an interior firefighter (which means he goes inside the structures while they are on fire) since joining the […]
When my parents and I set out for Foxborough, MA, on Saturday afternoon, the weather prognosis was not good. Rain from Tropical Storm Ophelia was circling New England and the temperatures were clocking in at about 52 degrees.
But I couldn’t bring myself to care because we were going to see Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks […]
The 3rd Annual Hudson Valley Rodeo returned to Keane Stud in Amenia, NY on Saturday, September 16. The event, which is a fundraiser for the Amenia-Wassaic Community Organization (AWCO) and its programs and is powered by the Silo Ridge Community Foundation (SRCF), was sold out with approximately 5,000 people in attendance between the rodeo and […]
Sydney Segalla has been playing soccer for as long as she can remember.
“Both of my parents played sports, so I think it was in their cards to have their kids play sports as well. For me, soccer was what I looked forward to as a kid. I couldn’t wait for the weekend to play in […]
Fifth Annual Wine Dinner and Auction to Benefit Housatonic Valley Regional High School International Travel Club
The annual Wine Dinner and Auction at the White Hart Inn in Salisbury, CT will be held on Friday, September 22 at 6:30 p.m. The event is held by fundraising organization Northwest Corner: Students Without Borders in support of the Housatonic Valley Regional High School (HVRHS) International Travel Club.
HVRHS is a public high school located […]