Creator of Equis Art Gallery in Red Hook, Juliet Harrison, describes the fine art approach to horses.
A family's tea company expansion with the knowledge of soil and where to source ingredients from.
Q and A with Francis Morris of Francis Morris Violins.
Dentist at the Center for Advanced Dentistry in Highland, Dr. Bruce Kurek discusses his dentistry practices.
Owner of Next Boutique, Beth Petramale, talks about keeping up with the trends.
From a six-generation family farm in the heart of the Schoharie Valley comes a new beverage sensation: 1857 Spirits.
Temple of Rock
"The single most important thing we're doing is trying to reach back and project the legacy of [legendary talent manager and entrepreneur] Albert Grossman, who created the compound," says John Fitzgerald, one of the partners running the Bearsville Theater compound near Woodstock.
Chino of Middletown's Holy Dog doesn't have a lot of time to worry about his small restaurant's Internet presence.
Keepting it En Pointe
Kaatsbaan International Dance Center, the Hudson Valley's "cultural park for dance," was founded in 1990 to afford professional dancers the space and time they couldn't afford in Manhattan, and often sees former students return again as renowned professionals.
In creating the Source Adage-NYC ambient fragrance line, its designers sought to imbue every aspect of their product with neoclassical style that would transcend cliché, from the signature black glass vessel to the scents within, which incorporate notes like exotic wood, fruit, fine bourbon, and fresh tobacco.
Feast Of Healing
Izlind Integrative Wellness Center and Institute of Rhinebeck, founded by Dr. Beth Gershuny, is a one-stop shop for a wide range of integrative health-care services.
"Customers are drawn to the crystals lately," says Jeff Cuiule of Mirabai, the Woodstock bookstore and center for conscious living he and his wife have been stewarding since 2000.
Freshening a Classic
Patrons of the iconic Rhinebeck Department Store will notice new fixtures and a lighter, brighter look.
Real estate agent Patricia Hinkein grew up on the same Germantown street where she now lives, and has watched the town evolve all her life.
Spirit(s) of Woodstock
Bethel's Catskill Distilling Company and Dancing Cat Saloon owners Stacy Cohen and Monte Sachs keep showing the world why they make the perfect host and hostess in a spot renowned for peace, love, and music.
Contemporary in Kent
A gallery being called a "linchpin of Litchfield County's art scene" (New York Times) doesn't justify resting on its laurels.