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This incarnation of HAIR beautifully serves as a love letter to the original production and is practically flawless. more
What fascinates the photographer in me is the story that can be told without revealing too much, or without even knowing what’s happening. more
The Forestburgh Playhouse's incarnation of HAIR beautifully serves as a love letter to the original production and is practically flawless. more
What's going on in arts and culture July 18 to 25. more
More often than not, young aspiring performers are encouraged to leave their hometowns if they ever want to find success. While singing in a band at the Whiskey A Go Go increases an … more
I’m not naïve—I understand the “circle of life” and that all living things eventually die. It’s the fragility that troubles me; the mere notion that life as we know it can come to an abrupt halt, suddenly and without warning, niggles at me and keeps me awake at night. more
One of the old pieces of The Great Wall of Honesdale has been removed, repurposed and revived. Its new home is in Maude Alley on Main Street. The borough of Honesdale hasn’t always been … more
“So Many Roads” was a whole Fourth of July weekend of music in Parksville, NY dedicated to one band, the Grateful Dead, in the same county that hosted the legendary Woodstock Music … more
What's going on in arts and culture July 11 to 18. more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — The Wayne County Arts Alliance (WCAA) invites all to its 2019 WCAA Artists’ Studio Tour on Friday through Sunday, July 12, 13 and 14, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at studios … more
For many, it’s Christmastime (yes, it’s one word) with “kids jingle belling” and “much mistletoeing” (uh huh) that springs to mind as the most wonderful time of the year, but, for me, it’s summertime and the good old-fashioned barn theatres that beckon during the warmer months. more
ROCK VALLEY, NY — A century ago, when 14-year-old W.S. carved his initials into his school desk, he probably couldn’t see the future. What he knew was this: fountain pens, filled from … more
Dr. Zsa’s Powdered Zydeco Band HANCOCK, NY — Summer Nights LIVE! continues at the Hancock Town Square this Friday, July 5 at 7:30 p.m., with Dr. Zsa’s Powdered Zydeco Band. The … more
KAUNEONGA LAKE, NY — An opening reception featuring the works of more than 20 artists will take place at ARTSPACE on Friday, July 5 from 8 to 10 p.m. Works on display include paintings, … more
Yes, I looked it up—apparently “sun’ll” is a word. Actually, it’s a contraction of the words “sun” and “will.” As far as I can tell, it has only … more
CALLICOON, NY — On the porch outside of Matthew’s on Main, Dana Borowski is searching for the right words.She stops several times mid-sentence, while describing the demographics of … more
Essential oil extravaganza HONESDALE, PA — On Saturday, June 29 at 11 a.m., The Cooperage will present an educational experience about how to use essential oils to support family-fun summer … more
PARKSVILLE, NY — The Grateful Dead’s final performance in July of 1995 marked the end of an era. To celebrate their legacy, a regional festival named after a song from the last set the … more
LAKEVILLE, NY — The Lakeside Players is holding its free annual theater camp for the 15th year. Camp will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday from July 15 to 19 and July 22 to 26, … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — On Saturday, June 22, the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance held a lively opening reception for two shows that each explore the history of the region in different ways. As a … more
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