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KENOZA LAKE, NY — I’d say I’m a pretty typical 26-year-old in most respects, so it’s amusing to see how surprised people are when they find out I’m an egg farmer. … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — The Narrowsburg Honey Bee Festival began five years ago to spread awareness about the declining pollinator population. Joan Santo, Martin Higgins and Charles Wilkin, the … more
Roots & Rhythm Music and Arts Festival announces performers HONESDALE, PA — The Roots & Rhythm Music and Arts Festival has announced the artists for its 14th annual festival. The Black … more
And by “dummies,” I mean me. While millions around the world celebrate Easter this Sunday with prayers and a deep reverence for what the holiday means to them, millions of others will be … more
CALLICOON, NY — This summer, the PorchFest movement is coming to Callicoon on the weekend of the original Woodstock Festival. This two-day event will kick off on Friday, August 16 at 6 p.m. … more
The Neave Piano Trio kicks off the Shandelee Music Festival BETHEL, NY — On Sunday, April 14 at 3 p.m. at the Bethel Woods Event Gallery, the “Celebrating Piazzola with the Neave Piano … more
The title above alludes to a variety of things: one, the sun has indeed, been shining; two, the song is from the Age-of-Aquarius “tribal love-rock musical” HAIR; and three, I’ll … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Gerard Manzi and Joanne Snow-Manzi are still in the process of bringing their vision to life, but it’s coming together quickly. Despite all the work ahead of them, they … more
A night of peace, love and prosperity WHITE LAKE, NY — Dress in your grooviest outfit and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Music Festival at the annual Sullivan County Chamber of … more
It’s the fancy (and by “fancy,” I mean Latin) quasi-poetic way of saying “time flies,” and ain’t that the truth. When we’re young, we think we’re … more
It would be an understatement to say that my great-grandmother Agnes Van Put is a well-known individual in the fly-fishing world. As a 35-year employee of the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum … more
If you have fished in the region, either on a lake, river, or stream, you will see and hear other wildlife.Muskrats and otters can be found in many lakes and along rivers. Birds of all kinds are … more
About three years ago, angling friends that fish Catskill rivers reported a decline in some traditional mayfly hatches. Of particular concern was the purported absence of sulphur mayflies, an eagerly … more
The Upper Delaware River flows between Hancock, where river’s Main Stem begins, and Sparrow Bush, NY. It also forms the boundary between New York and Pennsylvania. This distance is just over 70 … more
Fishing is a wonderful and timeless way to pass time, feed yourself and enjoy the outdoors. It has been described with such humorous sayings as, “Fishing, the most expensive free meal you will … more
Ryanne Jennings’ Google Calendar.  A tribute to organizational skills and a hectic schedule. A monument to the job of being a community organizer, mom of two, perfectionist. An art piece … more
I make my way up the stairs to the office space of Yoga International (YI) on Honesdale’s Main Street to meet Jim Jennings. The second floor is a lot of clean, white space with orange accent … more
HONESDALE, PA — You can’t keep a good business down. On April 6, Honesdale’s Gravity Indoor Marketplace will reopen, with 50 vendors and a wide range of goods for sale. Last … more
Tickets on sale for Main Wear Expo HONESDALE, PA — On Sunday, April 7 at 2 p.m., The Cooperage will host its third annual Main Wear Expo, featuring local models in fashion curated by Alessandra … more
It’s that time of year again. As plumes of steam emanating from sugar shacks dot the landscape here in the mountains, I’m reminded that I once made maple syrup myself. About 10 years ago, … more
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