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BETHEL, NY — Throughout much of the year, Bethel is like many other towns in the region—quaint, charming, quiet and attractive. However, Bethel holds a special place in history, having … more
Follow the aroma to the back of Maude Alley and you can find Gudrun Feigl amongst her many fragrant hand-crafted products. more
Driving is one of the most pacifying things a busy person can do. It’s one of the few activities that is both mission-accomplishing and passive at once, releasing the mind of someone who … more
It’s morning at Willow Wisp Organic Farm. An array of be-hatted men are at work picking radishes in the field most distant from the barn; bees and bugs are flitting in and out of the flower … more
“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
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
On Wednesday summer nights since 1934, locals and travelers have visited the Catskills to gather around a pavilion encircled by pine trees in Callicoon Center, NY.As a child, I spent those Wednesday … more
Of course, the fair is about Ferris wheels, funnel cakes and family fun, but for many, it’s also a time to honor dedication, tradition and a slate of people who worked for years to make the fair possible. more
If you’ve taken a stroll past the Narrowsburg Post Office recently, you’re sure to have seen something out of the ordinary... more
Honesdale’s Allaina Propst and her crew have carved out a space on Main Street. 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
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
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
NARROWSBURG, NY — It’s Sunday night and Aaron Hicklin, owner of One Grand Books on Main Street, is just finishing up his monthly book club meeting at home. The writer is taking a break … more
MIDDLETOWN, NY — Several cars streamed into the Fair Oaks Drive-In as it kicked off the second day of opening weekend on Saturday, May 25. Moviegoers headed toward the concession stand in the … more
HONESDALE, PA — Aromas of all kinds emanate from Maude Alley off of Honesdale’s Main Street. From Nhi Mundy's Vietnamese restaurant Bà & Me, the scent of cilantro and … more
If you haven’t noticed by now, this week’s issue of The River Reporter focuses on bugs. There are some scary, life-threatening critters inhabiting the planet with us, there are also some … more
Jonathan Martinez was all smiles when I arrived at Last Licks in Liberty, NY. The space is open, bright, with a warm, sharp color scheme of red, white and black. He’s describing all the recent … more
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