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From a distance, you can hardly tell there are white pipes in front of the skinny, knotted birch trees Jeff George has painted onto the side of the RE/MAX building in Honesdale. “Isn’t … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — There’s a new restaurant in Glen Spey on the shore of Mohican Lake, serving new-American food with a concentration on Southern cooking. The Lake House occupies the former Mohican … more
REGION — I don’t really like sentences that start with “did you know,” but, did you know that the first Christmas trees for sale originated from the Catskills? It’s true. Mark Carr … more
HONESDALE, PA — In the original photograph, Dora Miller looks proud of the large bird she’s holding in her left hand, as she props herself up with a rifle in her right. Only, it’s … more
Of course, the fair is about Ferris wheels, funnel cakes and family fun, but for many, it’s also a time to honor dedication, tradition and a slate of people who worked for years to make the fair possible. more
HONESDALE, PA — The 6,600-square-foot space that used to house Gravity Alley is now filling another untapped niche for Honesdale as the Gravity Indoor Marketplace. Since its grand opening on … more
REGION — Elementary, middle and high schools in the region are gearing up for the holidays and sharing the gift of music with fellow students, parents and visitors alike as a variety of seasonal … more
DAMASCUS, PA — A slate of colorful characters visited Mrs. Redick’s second-grade at Damascus School Tuesday morning. Notable guests included Hobo the Spider, a coyote named Rover and … more
I’ve known Paul Sabin for years, and when it comes to whimsy, there’s no one like him. Who else would build a sculpture garden where bicycles hang from a tree, or by stacking 375 … more
ELDRED, NY — One thing you might not think of when thinking about making beer (or staring into your beer glass, pondering its flavor and froth), is that beer is mostly water. So the water used to … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Sorry to use that cliché, but it just had to be done. The first Narrowsburg Honey Bee Fest is flying into town on Saturday, October 10. The all-day event celebrates the amazing … more
HONESDALE, PA — “There is structure inherent in nature, which we constantly draw from and take for granted,” artist Samuelle Green says. Her project, “The Paper Caves,” … more
For years now, I’ve driven past it, making a mental note to stop by “sometime” and check it out—the Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History. I have a keen interest in the rich historical … more
NARROWSBURG — After 42 years as the executive director of the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, Elaine Giguere is hanging up her dance shoes, ready for the next act. Or, wait. That is what Elaine … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — On Saturday, May 6 at 8 pm, the DVAA’s Tusten Theatre Spring Cultural Series continues with award-winning cabaret singer Marissa Mulder performing “Tom… In … more
HONESDALE AREA, PA — Gloria Frechen got the idea to start the Community Service Center in the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church because she was inspired by the saint Dorcas, or Tabitha, referenced … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — “We’re here, we’re open to the community, that’s one of the main things we’d like people to know,” says Seiso Paul Cooper. “It kind … more
Community-service champs: Jack and Doris Costello more
The 2013 season at the North American Cultural Laboratory (NACL) theatre in Highland Lake, NY will open this weekend with a very personal story. The company’s cofounder and artistic director, … more
PROMPTON, PA — Can you run 10 miles? How about 20? How about 30 miles through streams and over rocks? That’s what some runners will attempt at this year’s Prompton Punisher, a trail runners’ … more
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