Aformer partner of the legendary design firm Parish-Hadley, award-winning designer Brian J. McCarthy founded his eponymous firm Brian J. McCarthy, Inc. in 1992. Since then, he has worked on projects and residences around the globe. A graduate of New York City’s Pratt Institute, Brian is a proud member of Architectural Digest’s AD100 and Elle Decor’s A-List, and his work has been featured in many publications, including Architectural Digest, Galerie magazine, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, New York magazine (100 Best), The New York Times, and Veranda, as well as in several books. Brian is also the author of Luminous Interiors and Parish Hadley Tree of Life, which he co-authored with Bunny Williams. Brian, along with his partner, Danny Sager, and their beloved dog, Daisy split their time between Manhattan and the farming hamlet of Kerhonkson in Ulster County.
“To call this Schoonmaker Family spot our local farm stand would be to sell them way short. Our daily morning ritual isn’t complete without stopping there to get our morning coffee and the best just out of the machine homemade donuts you can find in the area”
The Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History
“Modelling itself after the fabulously popular Tenement Museum on the lower east side of Manhattan, The Reher Center has recently opened in what was the Reher Bakery, a late 19th/early 20th Century bakery which served the ever changing and multi-cultural Kingston community”
"Located in an old stone house in The Stockade district of Uptown Kingston our friends John Krenek & Jamie Niblock have "opened this really fun and modern take on a classic tavern. Great place to stop by and grab a drink and some nibbles before or after dinner or even after you’ve done all your weekend shopping at the Kingston Farmers Market!”
“Opened as a Vaudeville and movie house in 1920, this professional theater always has a great seasonal program of contemporary plays and musicals. Currently they are showing the American premiere of a new play called Bang Bang written by John Cleese of Monty Python fame."