Maybe before the mailman slid the January 2014 issue of Hudson Valley magazine into the mailbox he looked at the cover. If he did, he?d have seen a stack of pancakes highlighting the magazine's breakfast feature. Maybe he raised his eyebrows?intrigued?and checked around to see if he was being watched as he flipped to the story to explore.
For the last 40 years, each issue of Hudson Valley magazine has delved into the area?s newest restaurants, shops, entertainment, and travel destinations. The editorial staff prides itself on digging deep to find the most compelling content and creating polished, sophisticated copy on local trends and issues. Some months, articles might include a Best Of list to give readers a quick taste-making guide to the hottest spots. Other months, it might include a page-turning profile of a local actor, chef, architect, artist, or Sasquatch.
Chef Central's kitchenware emporium, awarded Best of Westchester in 2010 by Westchester Magazine, plants chefs amid 21,000 square feet of epicurean aids from all-purpose pots to highly specialized gadgets. Amateur foodies and hard-boiled professionals alike can browse aisle upon aisle of cutlery, books, cookware, and gadgets. Lighting on tasteful treasures such as the Cuisipro stainless steel olive oil mister ($15.99), great for healthful baking and weather-resistant hairstyling, or an OXO salad spinner ($29.99).
With more than 25 years of experience, Patio.com oversees a wicker- and wood-framed stockpile of rugged and refined game-room and outdoor furnishings to outfit open-air play spaces with tables, chairs, cushions, hammocks, barbecue grills, and billiard tables. Shoppers can peruse a variety of styles from teak and aluminum to adirondack, sling, strap, and nougat-centered.
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Within the glossy exterior of each issue of Santa Barbara Magazine, striking photography accompanies intriguing accounts of the region's eclectic residents, arts, homes, and restaurants. Colorful covers lure readers to feature stories that fill the bulk of the magazine and profile noteworthy community members and goings-on, and the Around Town section highlights a broad spectrum of happenings?such as lavish weddings and concerts?in Santa Barbara and beyond. Meticulous wordsmiths spotlight prominent movers and shakers and imbue the Style pages with articles about local fashion designers and trends.
Deeper inside the publication, the Home and Garden section gives readers a glimpse of the intricate architecture and real-gargoyle sentries that define the area's most opulent dwellings, and the Food and Wine pages tip them off to Santa Barbara's top eateries, wineries, and culinary events. A handy City Guide further enlightens subscribers on some of the region's top hotels, restaurants, and seasonal events.