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TRR photos by Jonathan Charles Fox

Knowing that warmer temps will inevitably follow the bone-chilling air that currently presides keeps me going, as I look forward to photographing the endless variety of flowers that dot the landscape of the Upper Delaware River region come spring.

Like sands through the hourglass…

Sitting at my desk trying not to listen to the drip, drip, drip of the kitchen faucet (you all know why) behind me, my mind wanders as I steel myself for the task at hand… cleaning up the desktop files from the previous year and preparing to begin anew.


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Dr. James Lomax has offered his wares from Fire Mountain Kitchen at many local markets and fairs.

Fire Mountain Kitchen thrives at The Narrowsburg Union

NARROWSBURG, NY — Since July, The Narrowsburg Union, located at 7 Erie Ave., has housed a new resident: Fire Mountain Kitchen, a food production facility specializing in jarred goods and preserves. The kitchen is owned and operated by Dr. James Lomax, a retired physician and frequent contributor to The River Reporter’s Health section.


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Winners of the Pic Imaging Council print contest were Keith Utter, tied for first place with “Spider Webs;” Bonnie McCaffrey, tied for for third place with “Reflections;” Jose Almeida, third-place with “Diamond Beach;” John Goldman, best of show with “Fishing Eagle,” third place with “Buzzard” and tied for first place with “Silo;” and Jeff Sidle, third place with “Hummingbird.”

Pike Imaging Council holds print competition

MILFORD, PA — Pike Imaging Council (PIC) held its second annual print competition at its monthly photography club meeting on December 5. Members of the club are photography enthusiasts ranging from beginners to professionals.


Photo by Amanda Reed

The Darkling Thrush

I leant upon a coppice gate

      When Frost was spectre-grey,

And Winter’s dregs made desolate

      The weakening eye of day.

The tangled bine-stems scored the sky

      Like strings of broken lyres,

And all mankind that haunted nigh

      Had sought their household fires.

 


TRR photos by Jonathan Charles Fox

Father & son duo Michael and Gabriel Schleifer were among the many entertainers at Dutch’s in Rock Hill last Monday during open-mic night. 

Sing for your supper

The instant that I picked up the phone I knew I was in trouble. “Go out on a Monday?” I barked into the receiver. “What, are you crazy? It’s a school night!” The caller was gal pal Jamee Schleifer and the reason for her inquiry was simple.


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Heather Masse
 

Heather Masse in concert

ELLENVILLE, NY — Shadowland Stages will celebrate the New Year with a special one-night-only concert starring singer/songwriter Heather Masse on Saturday, January 6, 2018 at 7 p.m. All tickets cost $18.


Photo by John Papas

John Papas, who took this photo, will be one of the artists featured at the upcoming "Cabin Fever Celebration" in Shohola.

'Cabin Fever' in Shohola

SHOHOLA, PA — A local arts group is cooking up a “cure” for cabin fever: the “Cabin Fever Celebration.” It is a multi-disciplinary community event sponsored by the Barryville Area Arts Association that will feature artwork, poetry, performance art, sculpture, and music—much of it created just for this occasion.

Teen open-mic night

HONESDALE, PA — Sounds Like Teen Spirit is an open-mic night on January 12, 2018 from 7 to 9 p.m. that is designed to provide an opportunity to showcase the talent of our community’s youth. School-aged students are encouraged to share their performing art on stage at The Cooperage.

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