Woodstock, N.Y.: Where to go, dine, what to do

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A haven for artists and musicians, Woodstock, N.Y., still sticks to its hippie heritage. The town is best known for lending its name to the Woodstock Music and Art Fair, the 1960s festival that actually took place some 50 miles away in Bethel. Woodstock, however, came to be the town associated with the peace- and love-inspired event and the free-spirit feel of the era. These days, visitors...

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