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The “Back to the Garden 1969 Woodstock Tribute Band” helped to create an unforgettable experience for party-goers during the Sullivan County Chamber’s “Peace, Love, & Prosperity” fundraiser last Saturday night.

Let the sunshine in

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 likely be photographing hippies galore over the


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Museum director Wade Lawrence, left, hosted a panel discussion with Woodstock Festival photographer Amalie R. Rothschild, historian Andy Zax, and Sweetwater’s Alex Del Zoppo and Fred Herrera at Bethel Woods last weekend as part of the new exhibit’s opening day celebration.

Tempus fugit

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 gonna’ live forever, but around middle-age, we start to wonder where the time went.


TRR photo by Fritz Mayer
This photo, taken in 2017, shows two types of cars that currently race at Bethel Motor Speedway. Should the track gain affiliation with NASCAR, the types of cars at the track would not change.
 

Bethel board rejects expansions of speedway hours

WHITE LAKE, NY — George Van Arsdall, Jr., general manager of the Bethel Motor Speedway (BMS), spoke to the overflow crowd, wanting to clear up some misconceptions, at the public hearing in front of the Bethel town board on February 27.


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This photo taken in 2017 shows a couple of the types of cars that currently race at Bethel Motor Speedway. Should the track gain affliation with NASCAR, the types of cars at the track would not change.

Bethel board rejects expansion of speedway hours of operation

George Van Arsdall, Jr., general manager of the Bethel Motor Speedway (BMS), spoke to the overflow crowd, wanting to clear up some misconceptions, at the public hearing in front of the Bethel town board on February 27.


Mountain Jam is coming to Bethel Woods for the first time. Photo from the Mountain Jam website, mountainjam.com.

Mountain Jam coming to Bethel Woods

BETHEL, NY — The 50th Woodstock anniversary festival isn't the only one taking over Bethel this summer, after confirmed reports that the Mountain Jam music festival will be at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts this June.


TRR photo by Fritz Mayer

The site of the original Woodstock festival will be humming with activity 50 years later. 

2019: The year of Bethel Woods

BETHEL, NY — It’s been nearly 50 years since half a million people descended on Max Yasgur’s farm in the Town of Bethel for the Woodstock Music Festival, billed as three days of peace and music.


Contributed photo 

Nunzio DeSantis, founder and principal architect of Nunzio Marc DeSantis Architects, left; Siddhartha Pahwa, chief executive officer, Yo1 Luxury Nature Cure; Ashish Verma, vice president of operations, luxury division, Dream Hotel Group; Steve Dubrovsky, developer, Chapin Estate; Sant Singh Chatwal, chairman, Dream Hotel Group; Jay Stein, chief executive officer, Dream Hotel Group; Roberta Byron-Lockwood, president & CEO, Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association; Dan Sturm, Bethel Town supervisor; Aileen M. Gunther, New York State Assembly member; Nancy Buck, Sullivan County treasurer; Adam Cassidy, vice president, development & acquisitions, Dream Hotel Group; Rabinder Pal Singh, chief financial officer, Dream Hotel Group.

New hotel breaks ground at Chapin Estate

BETHEL, NY — The investors of The Chatwal Lodge held a ground-breaking ceremony on December 5. The lodge, developed by the Dream Hotel Group will be established on 26 acres located within the Chapin Estate gated community along the shores of the Toronto Reservoir.

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