Photo by Jay Epstein

Candles at ChurcHouse concert herald the return of the sun

LONG EDDY, NY—The converted church on the top of Gould’s Mountain provides a magical setting for soprano Jane Labanz at the 14th annual Winter Solstice Concert Celebration, which took place this year on December 22.

The annual celebration is held every year by Alan Seale, baritone, and Bill Lewis, pianist/singer, who perform every year at the event. Seale is a voice teacher and Labanz is one of his students. The concert also featured storytelling by Able Rae, a locally well-known performer who has also read her works on National Public Radio.

The price of admission was a candle and an appetizer or dessert. .

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What's at the Movies
by Ian Pugh

“Rocky Balboa” a depressing capper to warhorse series

“Ain’t nothin’s over ‘til it’s over.”

“Where’s that from? The ‘80s?”

“That’s probably the ‘70s.”

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Free screening of “An Inconvenient Truth”

LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY—There will be a free screening of the global warming documentary, “An Inconvenient Truth,” at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, January 6 at Morgan Outdoors, 46 Main Street.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said, “Al Gore’s critically-acclaimed documentary offers the best opportunity we’ve ever had to move this country forward quickly to stop global warming.”

An episode from Carl Sagan’s award-winning PBS series “Cosmos,” “Heaven and Hell,” will also be shown, at 6:00 p.m.

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