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Artwork by Rich Rethorn

Art for water

CALLICOON, NY — Artist Rich Rethorn has always felt a connection to water. He and his wife lived in the Long Island Sound shoreline area of Pelham Bay Park/Orchard Beach of the Bronx. They moved to the Upper Delaware area in 2002, and now live in Long Eddy next to Basket Brook. “We’ve continued to live next to water.

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Painting by Ioannis Glykokokalos

Art hopping

One of the major art hubs of the world is the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, renowned for its row of galleries. On a Friday night, art lovers can hop from one exhibit to the next taking in what the artists have to offer.

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Willow Wisp Organic Farm is moving to a new and larger location in Damascus, PA along the Delaware River.

Farm for sale

DAMASCUS, PA — Growth. Change. Shedding your skin. Willow Wisp Organic Farm outgrew its home, and is now expanding and moving to a new location, just five miles away from its current property in Damascus. In our economically depressed rural area, this is truly a success story.

Photos by Conor Stratton

That’s me on the left with my friend Corinna as we do the Charleston.

Ain’t got that swing

CALLICOON, NY — I spent my Friday night with a bunch of swingers—swing dancers that is. Yoga instructor, actress and all-around guru Susan Mendoza teaches a free swing dance class at The Western Hotel.

Photos by Isabel Braverman

Nature mural comes to life

HONESDALE, PA — Over the past four years, artists Kathy Dodge and Helena Guindon have been working on a larger-than-life mural in the Wayne Conservation District’s office. The nature mural covers three walls as it spans the length of the office.

Photos by Trish South

A pizza with a view

NARROWSBURG, NY — Self-proclaimed “long-time food enthusiasts” Phil and Trish South saw a gap in the market in the upstate dining scene and an energy growing in Narrowsburg. Originally from England, they moved to the area four years ago by way of New York City.

Photos by Isaac Green Diebboll

Visionaries in Callicoon

Citizens gathered to talk about their town—what could be improved, what is already working? This kind of reflection with the intention of improvement is one we could all work on, for ourselves, for our lifestyle, for our community (something to think about especially now in the new year).

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