The Hudson Valley homegoods brand attracts shoppers locally and globally.
The diverse careers enjoyed by graduates of The Art Effect illustrate the rather surprising effect of nurturing artistic abilities.
A glance at the eight-foot-high gilded mirror gracing the entry hall of The Brinckerhoff Inn Bed & Breakfast makes it easy to picture the Revolutionary War heroes who stood in exactly the same spot.
Kingston's Green Makers is transforming cast-offs into castles.
Co-hosts Theresa Lyn Widmann and Shana Fal longed for a program where women shared experiences and could better understand each other.
In the drama “Scarlet Heart Ryeo,” King Taejo (877 to 943) is the father of several princes and at least two princesses. While the drama admits that it does take some license with history, the real-life king of Goryeo was the patriarch of an even larger family.
Notable names resting here include the Academy-Award-winning screenwriter of Casablanca and children’s book author Paula Danziger.
The resort consists of four homes, a tiny store, a laundry, and a dog wash named the "Laundramutt."
The owner of the Kingston brewery crafted this recipe for his good friend, the founder of brewmates, a high-end brewing kit company.
It was not until food photographer Aaron Rezny learned more about Kingston’s urban renewal efforts that he realized the full significance of his award.
Taking a low dose—81 mg—of aspirin every day is already recommended as a way to reduce the risk of heart disease and colorectal cancer in adults, aged 50 and older. Now, a recent study suggests that low-dose aspirin therapy may reduce the risk of certain subtypes of breast cancer.