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GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — This is Boston, 1775: it’s early in the Revolution, and Bostonians are under siege by the Patriots. But the civilians are also fighting a second battle—against disease, … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — “It’s the most upbeat play you’ll ever see about depression,” said Christopher Peditto. He heads up the River Rep Arts Center and its year-round repertory project, … more
REGION — It has happened more than once, the eerie tell-tale flapping in the house. Just last year the sound alerted me, and sure enough, one was circumambulating the bedroom, oddly in tandem … more
CALLICOON, NY — It took 180 years, but it was worth the wait. In 1842, homesteaders John Simon and Catherine Bernhardt Diehl arrived in Sullivan County from Darmstadt, Germany—by way … more
MILFORD, PA — For many, the name Jenni Hamill is synonymous with the decade-old Greater Pike Community Foundation, and with good reason. She is the first executive director of the regional … more
It’s one of those expressions that most people have heard, whether one is Jewish or not. Simply put, it means “congratulations,” and I’ve uttered those words on a number of … more
HONESDALE, PA — For eight years now, the Missing Pieces gallery has been an integral part of Main Street and of Honesdale’s art scene. Even the Wayne County Arts Alliance (WCAA) Main … more
HURLEYVILLE, NY — “It’s important to let the women speak for themselves,” said Erin Dudley, the executive director of the Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre (HPAC). On … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Two Monticello locals are creating positive change by using their experience growing up in that community. Michael Davis and Douglas Shindler are heading the creation of the … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — HBO Max, prepare to step aside. Netflix, your days are numbered. Hulu, who do you think you’re fooling? Real films in real theaters are about to return to Tusten. … more
MILFORD, PA — It’s like the town’s largest book club. A writers’ group, with fans weighing in. And it’s a chance to talk about books, the wonder they offer and the … more
BARRYVILLE, NY — “This is not your typical show that includes photos of beautiful flowers,” said ceramicist and gallery owner Nonna Hall. The upcoming show, she said, will be … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — A new exhibition at the Narrowsburg Union’s Digital Gallery brings the black-box space to life, using its screens and projectors to highlight the natural beauty of a … more
COCHECTON, NY — Fashionable fox terriers. Stylish Samoyeds. Chic cocker spaniels. Glamorous German shepherds. Dogs of all breeds will model their favorite looks in the first Catskills canine … more
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — The Shandelee Music Festival (SMF) will kick off its 29th season with concerts by the Gramercy Brass Orchestra and by violinist Midori. It all begins at 8 p.m. on … more
NARROWSBURG, NY —Summer is here. We’re luxuriating in warm days, and it seems like there’s an endless stream of things to do. But don’t miss Riverfest. This is the … more
DELAWARE RIVER — Four years have passed, and on Saturday, July 30, members of the Rising Nation River Journey will begin following the great river that was once Lenape territory. It’s … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Here’s a truth about the birth of our country: not everyone wanted to be independent. And some of those folks lived here. At Fort Delaware, at 12 noon on Saturday, … more
YULAN, NY — C. Julian Jiménez is a Queer, Puerto Rican and Dominican playwright. And Lou Moreno is an artistic director and producer at INTAR Theater which, for decades, has produced … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — If you love the world of books, do not miss the Deep Water Literary Fest. It takes place from Friday, June 17 to Sunday, June 19, and is a gathering of literary luminaria at … more
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