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Main Street in Cold Spring has attracted a more diverse mix of stores and restaurants to join longstanding destinations.

 Cold Spring Adds to Mix of Shops


By MELANIE LEFKOWITZ

The quaint Putnam County village of Cold Spring, long characterized by the row of antique shops along Main Street, is drawing tourists and residents alike with a more diverse mix of stores and restaurants.

Thanks to a recent crop of new businesses—including ice-cream store Moo Moo's Creamery; ice-pop maker Go-Go Pops and Cold Spring Apothecary, a natural-health and beauty-aids retailer, the strip—often marred by empty storefronts, may soon have no vacancies, says Leonora Burton of the Cold Spring Merchants' Association and owner of the Country Goose at 115 Main.

"When I started 28 years ago, it was mainly antiques stores," Ms. Burton says. "Now, I was just counting up, there are 21 places where you can get food and drink. It's just mind-boggling…Everywhere you look things have changed hands, and they're changing their way of doing business." READ FULL ARTICLE >>




Small-Town America With Big Time Views of the Hudson

If you’re looking to ditch New York City for a day, the village of Cold Spring, N.Y., has three fundamental advantages: It’s cute, it’s close and you don’t need a car to get there. Magical, yet practical — like Brigadoon stuffed into your neighborhood deli.

About an hour and a quarter’s train ride north from Grand Central Terminal, a visit to Cold Spring is a neat trick — the perfect way for New Yorkers to flirt with small-town America, but be home before midnight.


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- An old-world respite, just 50 miles from NYC

 

Mention Cold Spring and a lot of New Yorkers scratch their heads. Sounds familiar, they say, but it soon becomes apparent they’re thinking of Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island, if they’re able to conjure anything at all.

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NY REGION      AUGUST 10, 2010

Cold Spring:
'A Little Slice of Brooklyn'


By BARBARA CHAI
COLD SPRING, N.Y.—This village in the Hudson River Valley has become a popular day-trip destination for city dwellers and, increasingly, a real-estate option for urban expatriates attracted by its housing prices, 19th-century Americana and natural beauty.

"It felt like a little slice of Brooklyn in a beautiful serene setting," says Ivy Meeropol, a documentary filmmaker who moved here from Park Slope with her family four years ago.

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The High Life by Rita Ross

 Looking for a new zip code to call home? Check out these 10 lovely locales that are bound to tickle your fancy, whether you’re in search of urban chic, rural charm, or a bit of both... 

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If you think you know everything about this sleepy little village, well - wake up. New attractions and interesting events abound in Cold Spring, so during the next couple of months, this corner of Putnam will be anything but boring. Visitors and residents alike, read on. You're about to find out just how lively this village can be. >>> Read Full Story

 

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Artist as Local Hero: George Stevenson by Michael Turton 

Every original work of art is by defintion "unique. So it would be wrong to sthat that some art is "really unique." But I'm going to say it anyway. Geroge Stevenson's art is really unique...Once you know his sotry, your view of his art will be changed forever.
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