The Hudson Valley Wine Fest helps us kick off September with over 150 wineries, gourmet grub and craft vendors. The full vendor list New York wineries, distilleries and restaurants. Where: Dutchess County Fairgrounds in Rhinebeck, NY When: Saturday, September 6th, from 11 a.m. … Continue reading →
Hello Friends, Our annual Foodstock Concert is around the corner. All proceeds from this event will be donated to the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley. This year, we will also be providing Thanksgiving Dinner to the children residing at the … Continue reading →
According to Mid-Hudson News online, home sales in Dutchess County increased approximately 22% in July compared to the same month of last year. Closed home sales were 179 this July; last July, they were 147. According to the Mid-Hudson Multiple Listing Service, year-to-date, … Continue reading →
Whether you’re considering a real estate transaction, buying or selling a home, or are in a real estate dispute, you’ll want a real estate attorney who can explain your rights to you. While you may think that you can handle … Continue reading →
WILLS A will includes your instructions for what you want to occur after your death, including how you want your money and property to be distributed and who you choose to act as guardian to your children. When you die, … Continue reading →
The New York Yankees are in a trademark battle for the term “Evil Empire.” Read the full story here: New York Yankees: Yes, We’re “Evil” For information about trademark law, contact the Law Offices of Lorenzo L. Angelino.
What are the minimum eligibility requirements to hold a liquor license? You must either be a U.S. citizen or have permanent resident alien status. You also must be 21 years of age or older & you cannot be a convicted … Continue reading →
In 2005, Hurricane Katrina hit – and devastated – Louisiana. The impact reached far beyond the state’s borders, encouraging people across the world to help with relief efforts. Through the company I co-own with Ryan Michael, Turning Point Entertainment, we … Continue reading →