These Are Our Top 10 Stories of 2017
From the Valley’s top places to live to its leading academic institutions, best brunches and most delectable bites, here’s a sample of what you read most this year.
Well, Hudson Valley, it’s been a good year. Uber finally got the green light, the New Tappan Zee Bridge opened its Westbound span, and let’s not forget just how cool the Great American Eclipse was. But now that the holidays are behind us and our landscape is suddenly laden with snow, it’s time to reflect on some of our standout stories of 2017. Here’s what you clicked, liked, and shared the most this past year:
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What better way to spend a summer day in the Valley than at one of these lakes?
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In honor of Hudson Valley Magazine‘s 45th anniversary.
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The results might not be what you expected.
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It's no wonder they've catered big gigs like the 'Suicide Squad' Premiere and the New York Air Show.
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Come out of winter-hibernation mode, hop in the car, and take a staycation to one of our favorite destinations.
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38 local schools were also ranked best in New York State.
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From Brie-stuffed French toast with a side of jazz melodies to a Dutch Baby baked fresh in a historic building, we offer you 10 of the most exciting ways to wake up your weekend eats.
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Nearly half a century after Woodstock, the album cover photo retains its symbolism for its photographer and the couple themselves.
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Where’s the most lust-worthy local cider donut selection? You cast your vote, now here are the results.
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From villages with storybook main streets and outstanding schools to cities with thriving dining and cultural scenes, the Hudson Valley has a perfect hometown for every lifestyle.
What topics we should cover in 2018? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or tell us in the comments below!