Beauty in Balance By Holly J. Coley If you ask the owner of Inner Beauty Salon & Spa about her business, she will tell you that it’s like “one of her babies.” And like any mother wanting to see her child grow to its full potential, she has given herself wholly to see that vision realized. Keep reading.
Brit Breads By Caroline Benveniste Lou Jones is an accomplished chef who had received all his culinary education preparing army food. Today, Lou is the proud owner of Brit Breads, where he uses an outdoor wood-burning oven and bakes baguettes, large sourdoughs, Cornish pasties, sausage rolls, apple turnovers and all the Danish pastries.Keep reading.
Strongly Styled: The Fashions of Emma Altman By Holly J. Coley One glance at Emma’s work, and you’ll know she’s a risk taker. From her first collection in 2013, she hasn’t been shy about using patterns, shapes or textures that dare you to take notice. Showstopper clothes aside, she herself is quite striking, with large eyes worthy of an anime character and waist-length hair that goes from sultry brown to buttery blonde.Keep reading.
A Legacy of Love By Erin Wyble NewcombAn original farmhouse that was purchased shortly after World War II is now a preschool called Little School on the Farm. Renovated with generations of family history, Heather Longyear brings her passion for play-based preschool education to Woodstock and the Hudson Valley.Keep reading.
No Stone Unturned By Brian P.J. Cronin Greystone Programs, which began in 1979, has been improving the lives of people with autism and developmental disabilities in the Hudson Valley since before most people even knew what autism was. Almost 40 years later, Greystone has grown to 14 houses with two more houses scheduled to open this year.Keep reading.