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BEACH LAKE, PA — Bob Hoffman’s Victory Garden is 6,050 square feet in his front yard. It’s “a ministry garden in my front lawn,” he said at our first talk in the … more
HORTONVILLE, NY — Feelings of isolation may have increased as a result of the pandemic, but they have also existed before it. The Sullivan County Sisterhood is here to ease that burden, its … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — Setting the thermostat at 92 degrees Fahrenheit this winter might sound a little extreme, but that’s exactly what’s happening inside five honeybee hives in SUNY … more
HONESDALE, PA — On a Monday night in December, Adriana Vender sweeps into the Hop Barons Kitchen on Sixth Street in Honesdale, fresh off a day of substitute teaching. She begins bustling … more
REGION — Let me be the guy everyone will hate. Even though December’s been unseasonably warm, winter weather will catch up to us and we will be driving in it. There’s still plenty … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE — “Dear Annie,” Jean Noval read out loud, “Uncle died yesterday. The funeral is at the Methodist Church in Liberty tomorrow.” The note, written on a … more
By ELIZABETH LEPRO REGION — As many are still recovering from the economic impact of the pandemic, some local organizations running holiday toy drives say they saw an increased need for … more
The holidays are about joy and gifts and charity, but for many, they are also about faith. This is the start of the holiday season at one Bible-based church. In November, not much had changed yet: … more
HURLEYVILLE, NY — “It’s surprisingly interesting,” said Janet Carrus, founder and board president of the Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre (HPAC), “to accept that … more
BETHANY, PA — The Moka Origins chocolate factory is in a barn, but its namesake farm is about 6,000 miles away. Photographs of lush green crops at the Moka Origins farm, located in northwest … more
CALLICOON CENTER, NY — How do you pay witness to something as massive as the pandemic? The books are starting to come out, there are videos, films, news footage. And now there’s … more
Poetry happens, said Eric Baylin, “when words stop me in my tracks.” It is made of words, but they are words with a rhythm, words that push you to reflect, “to dip below the surface … more
These are Boyar’s remarks as he introduced Peter Kolesar at the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum’s ceremony on October 30. The center named its newest Hall of Fame members and … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — George Markert died in 1892 on Jeffersonville’s Stone Arch Bridge, killed three ways in the prescribed manner for dealing with a hexenmeister. There is, of … more
Country legend Mickey Barnett has earned a full trophy case of awards throughout his career. He found a national audience with singles like “Just a Memory,” “Gone,” and … more
TYLER HILL, PA — Julia Sweet was two years old when she first stepped into Silver Lake House. Located on the former Welsh dairy farm and owned by Norman and Edith Dennis, the big house … more
NATIONWIDE — The theme of this year’s Fire Prevention Week, which takes place October 3–9, is “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety.” According to information published by … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — From police reform to “Sesame Street” to chats with filmmakers, in long films and short, there’s something for everyone at the Big Eddy Film Festival. The … more
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 … more
COCHECTON, NY — Among the sights along the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway stands the Cochecton Pump House, a seemingly dilapidated brick structure, now home to a restaurant and performance … more
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