WAYNE COUNTY, PA — When you look at the artists who are participating in the Wayne County Arts Alliance (WCAA) Open Studio tour this year, it is their diversity and that of their works that stands out. From an artist who works with forged steel, to anther who lists doll-making as a specialty, as well as painters, potters and photographers, they cover an extraordinary range. Read more
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Split Britches will perform “Lost Lounge” at the Catskill Art Society (CAS) Arts Center, 48 Main Street on Saturday, July 30 at 7:30 p.m.
Live in the city long enough and you’ll inevitably lose something irreplaceable—a favorite dive bar, a beloved park. In “Lost Lounge,” Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver mourn these vanished Gothams while celebrating survival. Recreating their favorite lounge acts and comedy duos, they consider what it means to miss something and contemplate, “who are we?” when the very geography we remember is no longer around to orient us. Read more
NARROWSBURG, NY — “Just… Air,” an exhibition of work by eight artists who chart atmosphere through photography, mixed media, installation and painting—opens at the Loft Gallery at the Delaware Arts Center in Narrowsburg, NY on Friday, July 29, with a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. The show, curated by Dale Emmart and Karen Bell, will be on view through August 20. Read more
Readings by Patricia Eakins & Rilla Askew at Liberty Free Theatre, 7:30pm. RSVP: 845/292-3788.
"From Tummler to Top Banana: The Influence of Yiddish Humor on American Culture" at E.B. Crawford Public Library, 7:30pm, free.
Musical comedy filled w/ big music, big comedy & big hair at Rivoli Theatre, 2pm, adults $18, seniors $15, students $10. Tickets: ShowTix4u.com. Info: scdw.net or 845/436-5336.
Musical comedy filled w/ big music, big comedy & big hair at Rivoli Theatre, 8pm, adults $18, seniors $15, students $10. Tickets: ShowTix4u.com. Info: scdw.net or 845/436-5336.
WASHINGTON (July 19, 2011) -- U.S. Rep. Tom Marino, PA-10, voted in favor of The Cut, Cap, and Balance Act Tuesday night and said he holds out hope that Senate Democrats will “do what the American people want.” Read more