Against the winds of instantaneous everything, a sailboat crew tries to forge a carbon-neutral supply chain between the Hudson Valley and New York City.
Once a convenience of the American road trip, these classic motor hotels are being restored as vacation destinations by a new generation of owners.
When Big Blue left upstate New York, economic pain ensued. But the large complexes left behind are ideally suited for large-scale production and shipping, local officials say.
A century ago, brickmaking along the Hudson River was thriving. Then the industry vanished.
Many group tour companies are trading their international itineraries for souped-up domestic trips aimed at nature-loving Americans.
New Yorkers scouring northern towns for second homes have pushed prices up and made it harder for locals to find affordable homes.
The pandemic has sent many people back to their parents’ homes, giving both generations new insight and a chance at a different kind of relationship.
Ms. Michaels found material for her books and public access talk show in the region she loved. She died of Covid-19.
The former “Girls” star, who played a mordantly comic lawyer in “The Flight Attendant,” spends her days at the barn and her nights with David Sedaris and Meryl Streep.
New Yorkers who left the city and bought country homes during the pandemic are discovering there’s a lot to learn (and spend) while taking care of a house.
Movies, podcasts, cemetery walks and more: Our guide to enjoying a socially distant fright fest.
A novice camper needed a vacation. What are the options during the summer of Covid-19?
A writer who moved upstate for a slower lifestyle fears that the latest wave of migrants, fleeing Covid, will bring their worst instincts with them.
More developers are bringing contemporary, sustainable design to the Hudson Valley and rural Connecticut.
Dance, perhaps more than other disciplines, faces an uphill battle with the challenges presented by Covid-19. Our critic votes for patience.
New Yorkers desperate for more space and fresh air are driving prices up in the mountains north of the city.
Filmmakers have headed to upstate New York for two decades, using rustic locales to produce some 500 movies, but production has shut down, threatening development plans.
The coronavirus pademic was already making life on the farm unpredictable, and then came an Arctic blast.
Under the governor’s reopening plan, theaters, museums and community art centers upstate will open well before city venues. Will visitors come?
When the restaurants closed, factory farms lost their customers. Local produce is suddenly in demand.