Siblings Colin, Samantha and Mackenzie Boylan are enthusiastic about the new direction they’re taking the family business.
Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 29-30: Thousands are expected to celebrate the stinking rose at the Hudson Valley Garlic Festival in Saugerties.
Michelle Mayans of Kid Scoop Media organized the following, which is two reviews of what would normally be thought of as a “grown-up restaurant” by Kingstonians Olivia Reeder, 14, and Charlie Grenadier, 12. It’s always interesting to get the perspectives of young people on stuff, as they’re far less inhibited and far more likely to point out things that might not occur to adults.
The second-best ice cream in New York State can be found, albeit with some difficulty, in an alleyway off Partition Street in Saugerties.
Back in the early ‘90s, when the New Paltz Chamber of Commerce referred to their newly conceived “Taste of New Paltz” event as “New Paltz’s newest tradition,” the assertion was optimistic, but turned out to be prophetic.
Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 22-23: As always, Oktoberfest features authentic German and German-American entertainment, but this weekend will also include a Ciders in the Catskills tasting and some high-flying action by the Monster Energy Aerial Stunt Show.
Saturday, Sept. 29: A quarter-century has passed since Mary Anne and Richard Erickson opened the original Blue Mountain Bistro in Woodstock, and now they’ve got a cookbook out, drawing on all this experience: Feel Good Food: Recipes from the Hudson Valley’s Blue Mountain Bistro-to-Go.
Saturday, Sept. 15: There’s live music, food and vendors, but let there be no mistake about who the headliners are here: brewers, over 90 of them serving up samples of 180 different products.
Sunday, Sept. 16: As you taste your way through the Hudson Valley food, wine and beer tastings, attendees are asked to choose their favorite morsels.
Sept. 7: Earth, Wind & Fuego and North River Roasters liven up Poughkeepsie’s Middle Main