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There are many activities to do in Beacon, New York. From museums to golf courses and historic sites to river kayaking time sure will fly by when in Beacon. With it just being a short commute from Manhattan it is the perfect location! One of Beacons main attractions is the Dia Beacon, a huge museum in a building that was once a factory for manufacturing Nabisco boxes. Inside there is a massive collection of art from 1960 to present time. All of the art housed there is owned by the Dia Foundation... Read more...
By: administrator On Monday, 12 July 2010 Read more...
Beacon New York features a plethora of all different type of restaurants. Everything from Southern BBQ to Thai food is available for your taste buds enjoyment. Majority of the restaurants are located on Main St. and Fishkill Ave. We’ll start with the most interesting one historically as well as my personal favorite, The Piggy Bank. Its probably no surprise that it’s a Southern BBQ restaurant given the name, although there is more to it than just because of what’s on their menu. The buildin... Read more...
By: administrator On Monday, 12 July 2010 Read more...
Hudson Valley Magazine of Hudson Valley N.Y, recently decided to examine some of the schools in the Hudson Valley. They looked at a bunch of data including the State report cards given to each of the schools. An impressing figure of 65 schools had shown improvement from the previous year. The following four districts were named in the States “High Performing/Gap Closing” List which is a plus for all of those who own real estate in Dutchess County. Dutchess County is located just north of ... Read more...
By: administrator On Wednesday, 30 June 2010 Read more...
Beacon: Police Department: Chief of Police Glenn R. Scofield (845) 831-4111 Fax: (845) 838-5092 gscofield@beaconpd.com 1 Municipal Center Suite 3, Beacon, NY 12508 Fire Department: Chief Timothy Joseph (845) 765-0899 Business Office Chief@BeaconFD.org Fire Headquarters 4... Read more...
By: administrator On Friday, 06 November 2009 Read more...
Looking for a good place to eat? Well you don’t have to look much further than your doorstep with all of the dining options available right in Fishkill. There are a variety of cuisines you can find in town. The reviews have been based off of users from Trip Advisor. There is Il Barilotto, an Italian restaurant with a nice atmosphere, excellent food, and a great wine selection. The price range ... Read more...
By: administrator On Friday, 06 November 2009 Read more...
There are currently a number of engaging exhibitions to explore at Dia:Beacon. One exciting exhibition is Zoe Leonard’s You see I am here after all. Leonard’s work is part of a series of projects at Dia:Beacon that were commissioned by younger artists in response to either pieces in the museum’s co... Read more...
By: administrator On Friday, 06 November 2009 Read more...
            Do you love antiques? Then you should be sure to check out the Cold Spring Antiques Center in Cold Spring, New York. This antiques center inhabits over 2,000 square feet in a Victorian style bank from the 19th century that still has the original bank vault.             The antiques center houses 25 dealers th... Read more...
By: administrator On Friday, 06 November 2009 Read more...
The Fall is a beautiful time of year in the Hudson Valley. Starting around mid-September, you can see the leaves change into a range of colors. There are many wonderful vantage points to see a multitude of changing leaves. You can look at BellaOnline’s “Top 10 Best Places to see the Leaves in the Hudson Valley,” for a good list of places to go and how to get there. Among these places are the “Hawk’s Nest Drive” on rout... Read more...
By: administrator On Friday, 06 November 2009 Read more...
The Dia:Beacon is a local extension of the Dia contemporary art museum features the Riggio Galleries which are filled with works created from the 1960s to present day by 24 different artists. In addition to this collection the Dia:Beacon houses a number of temporary ... Read more...
By: administrator On Tuesday, 11 August 2009 Read more...
No, not “how much do you bill your clients?” Please. Nothing that crass. Just think about that precious sixty-minute sliver on the sundial. Now imagine leaving your work in the city behind, and coming home to a wooded, waterfront enclave that cozies up to a quaint, historical town? And it only took you an hour to get from office door to welcome mat. The Preserve on the Hudson now offers a limited number of luxurious yet affordable townhomes and spacious estates, ju... Read more...
By: administrator On Thursday, 06 August 2009 Read more...
The Preserve on the Hudson is a beautiful community located in the Town of Fishkill just a few miles from the Town of Coldspring, NY and just over an hour commute from New York City. The Preserve offers 88 townhomes, all of which boast virtually maintenance free living and access to recreational facilities such as a private clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis court, sports court, and exercise room. The Preserve also offers 13 single family homes. You can choose from several styles of ... Read more...
By: administrator On Thursday, 06 August 2009 Read more...
Regardless of whether you’re about to become a first-time homeowner or you’re simply looking to relocate, The Preserve on the Hudson should definitely be on your short list of places to consider. Location, location, location! You hear it all the time in the world of real estate, but isn’t it one of the most important considerations when purchasing a home? New York City is a one hour commute from The Preserve on the Hudson. Two train stations running regularly to New York Cit... Read more...
By: administrator On Thursday, 06 August 2009 Read more...