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Your magazine ain't no Downeast or Yankee. The latest Hudson Valley edition started with its usual pictures of elitist people smugly attending some elegant soiree or other. A few pages further along is a picture of the latest Condo development, (for which the builder, -I prefer exploiter, -will no doubt be given an award), which is shown with the Hudson River in the foreground, beautifully shown off by the condos recently erected in the background,thus destroying the view from the river. The remainder of the issue is ads. I am sure there must be some informational articles but I couldn't find them, unless you mean information about who to patronize as a dentist, or who to patronize for a restaurant for example. You should be ashamed of your blatant exploitation of the pages of your magazine for commercial gain, yours and the business people of the Hudson Valley and either shut down your offensive magazine or rededicate yourselves to the mission statement listed under your masthead.
Hudson Valley magazine is a great magazine all about the Hudson Valley along with things to do.