La Voz Magazine
La Voz, cultura y noticias hispanas del Valle de Hudson (The Voice, Hispanic Culture and News from the Hudson Valley), is an award-winning free Spanish language magazine serving the 150,000 Latinos living in the Mid-Hudson Valley across the eight counties we distribute to, out of which approximately 120,000 prefer to speak Spanish at home. Thanks mostly to volunteers, this magazine (that was founded in 2004 as a TLS student project at Bard College by Emily Schmall and Mariel Fiori) is a highly respected local publication, winning awards for its overall design and cultural content from the New York Community Media Alliance and from the Dutchess County Executive. Today, we print and distribute 6,000 copies each month throughout Dutchess, Ulster, Orange, Columbia, Sullivan, Putnam, Greene and Rockland counties for an estimated 30,000 readers.
Albee Basement, next to the security building on Bard College campus.