Edible Roots Food Co.

Food truck open on Wednesday’s lunchtime. Basilica parking lot. Lots of great items, including 2 tacos for $6!


These days, no Hudson Valley town or village is considered truly viable unless it has its own brewery. Catskill was in that category until this summer, when Athens-based Crossroads Brewing Company, one of the Valley’s oldest and most celebrated brewers, moved into a second location on the Catskill Creek. Read more of the article by David Levine on the Hudson Valley Magazine website.

How To Have The Best Catskills Weekend This Summer by Thrillist



“Located just under three hours by car or bus from NYC are the Catskills: a mountain range that’s long been a haven for outdoor recreationalists and artists alike. With tons of camping, hiking, fishing, swimming in fresh lakes, art and culture, breweries, and seasonal festivals, the Catskills is a perfect weekend getaway for those looking to escape the chaos of the city. Grab some friends, a pair of hiking boots, and check out the list below to plan out your perfect Catskills weekend.”  Read more of the article by Caroline King on Thrillist here.

Art Omi Open Studios Weekend 2017

Celebrate with 30 artists who hail from 28 diverse countries at Open Studio Weekend, an annual event attended by hundreds of art professionals, art lovers, neighbors and friends!

On Saturday, kick off your shoes and grab a drink to celebrate the culmination of this years’ artists residency. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres while overlooking firefly-lit views of The Fields Sculpture Park at Art Omi and dance to exuberant live music by Nkumu Katalay in the company of our artists-in-residence and upstate arts community.

On Sunday, a buffet Country Brunch takes place in a tented location near Ledig House overlooking The Fields Sculpture Park. The brunch is followed by a short walk down the road for the much anticipated Open Studios, where visitors will see the work the artists have been making for the last four weeks.

image above: Linda Molenaar, The Netherlands. Art Omi: Artists 2016

NOT TO BE MISSED and please see our Worth Avenue listings, 33 Worth Avenue backs on to the land that is shared with the magnificent Bronson House and 60 Worth Avenue looks out across the field between the Bronson House and Worth Avenue.


Gossipsmade this point last year at this time, but it merits repeating. Although many classic works of chamber music were composed in the 18th century, the 19th century may have been chamber music’s finest moment. It was then that the works we think of as chamber music were performed, in Europe and America, by small ensembles of professional or amateur musicians in the homes of wealthy commoners rather than exclusively in the palaces of crowned heads of state.

In the suite of octagonal parlors, designed by Alexander Jackson Davis in 1849, in the National Historic Landmark Oliver Bronson House, it’s not hard to imagine that Dr. Bronson and his wife, Joanna, may have invited friends and family to their home to hear chamber music.

Photo: lizcnyc | flickr

Again this year, Historic Hudson and The Orchestra Now collaborate to re-create the intimate musical experience that Oliver and Joanna may have offered their guests more than a century and a half ago. On Sunday, June 11, musicians from The Orchestra Now of Bard College will perform works of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven in the extraordinary spaces of the Dr. Oliver Bronson House.

The concert begins at 2 p.m. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

I invite all of our clients and visitors to attend this informative and insightful presentation. Also as the mother-in-law of the director and founder of the Liberi School I extend the invitation for you to also see the school and arrange for a tour. It is an exceptional place where children thrive and flourish in an innovative and inspiring educational system based on a holistic contemporary one-room schoolhouse model.


Wednesday, May 31, 6:30-8:30pm with Heidi Harding, Nicole Lobue, and Dr. Gena Wilson
Hosted by The Liberi School
3521 U.S. Route 9, Hudson, NY 12534
(518) 697-5065

Heidi Harding, M.S., LAc. is a licensed and board certified acupuncturist. In 2002, she began practicing Classical Chinese Medicine and Tibetan Bon Buddhism. Heidi is the Co-Founder and President of Humla Fund, a non-profit dedicated to preserving traditional healing arts in the Humla District of Nepal. Heidi works in close connection with the indigenous shamans from this area, and is the clinical director for an annual mobile health clinic in the remote Himalayan mountains of Nepal and Tibet. Heidi has a private practice in Spencertown, NY, where she works with children and adults in the prevention and treatment of Lyme Disease. She has a passion for using ancient wisdom traditions to help individuals heal their body, mind and relationship with nature.

Nicole LoBue is a chef, herbalist, and educator. She credits growing up in a Sicilian family, and their relationship to food, for her own love and passion for food as medicine. She grew up full of mulberries, wild dandelion leaves, and onion. This love and passion inform and permeate her practice across fields: over the past twenty years, Nicole’s work has linked food, wellness, service and education in various collaborations, organizations, and in her own private practice. She is a co-founder and the Director of Education of Kite’s Nest, an alternative learning center for young people in Hudson, NY. She is also the Culinary Arts Director of the Alimentary Kitchen in Hudson, where she facilitates workshops and experiences that offer a supportive environment for children and teenagers to pursue and develop a relationship to herbalism, wellness, self care, food access and food justice. Across her work — in her herbalism practice, in the kitchen, or in the classroom — Nicole creates spaces that foster critical inquiry and systems-thinking, connection to plants and to the natural world, and that speak to the intersections between political, personal, and ecological well-being.

Gena Wilson, MD is a family medicine doctor who has practiced in the Hudson Valley since 2009. She has cared for many patients with Lyme disease and also has personal experience with the illness. Dr. Wilson believes in a holistic approach to preventing and treating Lyme infection.


Please join us for Winter Walk to celebrate and view the exceptional photographic works of renowned New York photographer William Waldron. Our new office is located at 727 Warren Street in Hudson, Saturday December 3rd from 5 – 8 pm.

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Check out our new post card!

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Here is a great article about the village of Catskill’s amazing renaissance.
In the Hudson Valley, a New Mecca for Artisans

Inside the New York Restaurant in Catskill, N.Y., on a recent Sunday afternoon, a jazz band whiled away the hours as the place filled up. Fresh into town, a friend and I marveled at unusual dishes like “cauliflower wings” and brussels sprout chips, and at the sense that we’d stumbled into the clubhouse for local creatives. I’d last visited Catskill a couple of years before, and here was my first indication that since then, a new energy had taken hold in this small town of 4,000 set in the Hudson Valley, where Catskill Creek meets the Hudson River…. (Read more at the New York Times)

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We are so excited that the building is now underway for the American Dance Institute new facilities in Catskill! Check out their website and the status of their progress!

“Lumberyard will experience more exciting change in 2018 when it opens new facilities in a former lumberyard in Catskill New York, a town approximately two hours from New York City, positioned beautifully between the Hudson River and the Catskill Creek that was once the home of painter Thomas Cole, founder of the renowned Hudson River School. The renovation of the lumberyard, a four-building complex, will produce fabulous studios and housing, allowing Lumberyard to expand its mission of supporting artists throughout the creative process by being able to increase the number of residencies and performance opportunities available to them. The site will also include a state-of-the art performing arts space, certain to become a cultural destination for Catskill residents and for those traveling to the region.”

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Nicole Vidor Real Estate is a proud sponsor of the annual Basilica Farm & Flea – not to be missed! Hope to see you there!

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Hartland Brooklyn has opened up a wonderful new coffee & stationary shop at 1130 Main Street (23B) in Leeds, NY. While Nick whips you up a delicious yummy latte you can browse Emily’s creations of whimsical eco-friendly stationary, including notebooks, wallpaper, wrapping paper, tatoos and a fantastic selection of cards – you can visit their website at: Really worth the trip in so many ways!!

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Today on Gossip’s of Rivertown there was an exciting story that put fact to rumor; “According to the article, a Bard High School Early College program will be run out of the former COARC building, newly dubbed the Warren Street Academy, together with the alternative transition program known as “The Bridge” and the special education program which were previously housed at 364 Warren Street. As was the case with 364 Warren Street, the programs will be tenants in the building at 11 Warren Street, which the Galvan Foundation acquired in August 2014″.

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The wonderful Kristen Dodge has created a new gallery in Hudson above Olde Hudson on Warren Street called SEPTEMBER.   The opening of Blue Jean Baby will take place Saturday, August 6, 2016 from 6-8pm and will run through October 16th 2016 at
449 Warren Street # 3, Hudson, NY

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Saturday August 13th, 2016 Make every effort to get to Jacob’s Pillow to see an outstanding performance choreographed by my dear friend by Adam H. Weinert with music by the talented Chris Garneau.

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Sunday August 14th, 2016 Make every effort to see Program ll The Turandot Project directed by my dear friend R.B. Schlather at the Bard Music Festival.

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Gossips of Rivertown has reported that Stageworks Theatre is closing down their 41 Cross Street location and is selling a massive collection of wonderful things, clothing, furniture, dishes and props of all kind.  The sale began at noon friday and will continue noon through 7 pm through Wednesday August 17th.
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One of our listings in Livingston on Route 9 is an original Sears Kit home, with most of the original details in tact.  We did some research on them and thought that some of these links might be of interest:
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