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TRR photos by Elizabeth Lepro
Irene Nikolai, center, vouches for PorchFest with Callicoon Brewing Company’s Patti Moorhead, right, to supervisor Ed Sykes.

Town of Delaware reluctant to sponsor PorchFest, youth honored

CALLICOON, NY — A group of business owners in Callicoon headed by Irene Nikolai, owner of the Western Hotel, are planning on hosting PorchFest 2019 this summer—with or without the town’s support.


Photo provided by the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance
Dasha Zibrova’s paintings are created with ink and watercolor on vintage book pages.

Acoustic bluegrass jam, New exhibits at Art-a-Pelago Galleries and more

Historic railroad excursion for Mother’s Day

SCRANTON, PA — The Steamtown National Historic Site (NHS) presents a scenic ride to the Pocono foothills. On Sunday, May 12, the trip departs from NHS at 1:30 and returns at 3:30 p.m.


Photo from Pixabay

Martin Beitler is 60 years old and practices internal medicine in NYC. For 11 years, he has owned a house on the creek off of 17B. The pristine environment of Sullivan County is what drew him and his husband Jeff Bretl to buy their second home here, so he is concerned about the proposed location of the new town barn.  

Protecting the Callicoon creek and reevaluating priorities

Our corner of Sullivan County is beautiful. Practically everywhere you turn there is a stream or a lake, stone walls abound with abundant trees and wildlife. This is the reason we bought our second home here and have invested in improving and upgrading it, and it’s the reason we love every minute we are able to spend here.


Photo contributed by the DVAA

Emma Stone is up for an Academy Award for her role in “The Favourite.”

Oscar nom at the Callicoon Theater

CALLICOON, NY — The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA) and The Callicoon Theater will screen the Oscar-nominated film “The Favourite” as part of the 2019 winter film series CineArt from February 8 to 14.


Photo from the John Margolies Roadside America photograph archive, Library of Congress

Ping pong at Grossinger’s Hotel in Liberty, New York, 1976, during a hopping time in the “Borscht Belt.”

“Borscht Belt Reunion” promises nostalgia, last hoorah

CALLICOON, NY — At one time, the Catskills were a destination getaway for the rich in famous, with some now-abandoned or revived hotels, resorts and restaurants standing in tribute to this once-thriving hotspot.

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