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“Let’s say that I’ve never been to the Big Eddy [now in its eighth year], and that I have no idea what actually happens at a film festival. Can you help me break it all down?” more
Although we still have 12 days to go before it’s officially autumn, the signs are all there, and try as I might, they’re impossible to deny. It began innocently enough, with my first … more
The Fall Music Festival had humble beginnings; a homemade stage in a backyard, two local bands and a bunch of lifelong friends getting together for the night. By just its third year, now scheduled … more
Don’t let the end of summer get you down. As we transition into fall, make the most of the changing of the seasons with these festival-packed weekends. more
While the above title is the catchphrase for the CBS summer reality show “Big Brother,” and I’ve yet to miss (don’t judge!) any of the show’s 21 seasons, have no … more
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — The Catskill Art Society (CAS) will present two concurrent solo exhibitions from Tajiri Bradley and David Sandlin at CAS Art Center, located at 48 Main St. on Saturday, … more
What's going on in arts & culture September 5 to September 11 more
I received an email a few weeks ago from filmmaker Emrhys Cooper (“Trophy Boy”), informing me that he was working on another movie and planned to be shooting much of it in Sullivan … more
From a distance, you can hardly tell there are white pipes in front of the skinny, knotted birch trees Jeff George has painted onto the side of the RE/MAX building in Honesdale. “Isn’t … more
What's going on in arts & culture August 29 to September 4. more
CALLICOON, NY — There’s always lots happening at Rafter’s Tavern.On Friday, August 30 at 8 p.m., the tavern welcomes Richard Traviss once again for a night of passionate, … more
“And I’ll finally have time to paint the bathroom!” I exclaimed, having gone off the rails on that project months ago. “And I’ll make a campfire everyday,” I prattled on, “and I’ll spray-paint that picture frame, and finish grouting the backsplash, and then…“ more
What's going on in arts and culture August 22 to 29. more
CALLICOON, NY — Exactly 30 years ago, six months before WJFF went on the air, it hosted its first benefit ever to bring it to the airwaves with a hot Sullivan County band as the sole headliner. … more
Before I go into my thoughts on the Delaware Valley Opera’s production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “H.M.S. Pinafore,” let me offer a very bold disclaimer here: I’m no … more
“Wouldn’t be a Woodstock reunion without a little mud, man.” more
HAWLEY, PA — The 7th Annual Canal Festival will be held Saturday, August 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Delaware and Hudson Canal Park at Lock 31 on Route 6. This free event will be held rain … more
Revolutionizing health with essential oils HONESDALE, PA — On Sunday, August 18 at 11 a.m., The Cooperage is hosting an essential oils workshop. It will be a hands-on class that answers many … more
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — Saturday, August 10, as part of its slate of ongoing events, the group Jeffersonville Enhances More of Sullivan (JEMS) sponsored “A Touch of Germany,” with a … more
Friday: Opening night block party 5 p.m. JanTuran, Rafter’s Tavern 6 p.m. Mead Mountain Resonators, Beer Garden Stage7 p.m. Deerheart Drumming, Beer Garden StageCatskill Dance Company, … more
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