Western Sullivan Public Library participates in 2021’s “Great Giveback” and more

Drew Kelly to perform at the Pumphouse  COCHECTON, NY — What do you do when the music comes back? You take up your career again. Even if there’s a pandemic on, even if your life …

VetStock to honor vet with custom bike  and more

What's going on in arts, leisure and the community, October 7 to 13

Deliciously creepy

WURTSBORO, NY — Belle looks like something that crawled out of a grave, a skin-crawlingly creepy sculpture. What the mostly-bald, one-armed… thing... does not look like: food. The …

Harvest hoedown festivities and more

‘Remains’ at the gallery at Nonneta and Friends Creative BARRYVILLE, NY — It’s a powerful theme as the year dies away: from October 2 to 31, art lovers can experience …

Broadway stories at ‘In the Works/In the Woods’ festival

FORESTBURGH, NY — “In the Works/In the Woods” had more than fabulous plays and musicals. There was the chance to talk with performers and directors as well.  A creative …
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There's no place like home

Actually, that’s not entirely true.  I found that out just last week when I traveled to the Finger Lakes, home of my lost youth. While I was born and raised in Binghamton, NY, I spent the …

Orphaned art gets a show and more

Nesin Cultural Arts registering students now MONTICELLO, NY — If you ever wanted to study theatre, dance, chorus or the visual arts at Monticello’s Nesin Cultural Arts (NCA), …

‘In the Works/ In the Woods’

FORESTBURGH, NY — The Theatre Gods were smiling on the Forestburgh Playhouse during their first In the Works/In the Woods Festival of New Theatre last weekend. The weather was perfect and the …
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A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…

Okay, so it wasn’t that long ago, 13 days to be precise. And I don’t think I can call 30 miles an intergalactic trip, but my annual trek to the Pine Bush UFO Fair is always out of this …

Book swap at the Wayne County Fairgrounds and more

Port Jervis lynching to be discussed PORT JERVIS, NY — On June 2, 1892, Robert Lewis, a Black citizen, was lynched on East Main Street in Port Jervis, NY. Fueled by a rumor he had raped a …