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HONESDALE, PA — The Central United Methodist Church had informal beginnings in Honesdale, according to Sue Graziadio, who serves as the church’s historian. “When they first started, … more
A hopeful sign about American shad was recently documented here in the Delaware River. The number of young-of-year (YOY) shad caught during targeted August-October sampling in the non-tidal Delaware … more
NEW YORK CITY, NY — Lucille Jan-Turan, the daughter of frequent River Reporter contributor Ramona Jan, grew up in Damascus, PA and holds a bachelor’s degree in human ecology from College … more
CALLICOON, NY — Artistic voices run rampant in the Delaware River Valley region—one need only know where to find them. That search is a little easier now: Gallery 35, which opened its … more
It all began innocently enough in 1973, when director Jim Sharman and actor Richard O’Brien put their heads together and concocted a kitschy, campy, musical homage to horror, sci-fi and B … more
SOUTH FALLSBURG, NY — On Friday the 13th, Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop opened its third annual Haunted Theatre event at the Rivoli—a maze of masks, costumes and creepy backdrops in … more
BETHEL, NY — Fall is the perfect time of year to pile the kids in the car and take a drive in the country in search of that perfect pumpkin just waiting to be made into a jack-o’-lantern … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — In 1989, Jerry Sterner (1938–2001) wrote the play “Other People’s Money: The Ultimate Seduction,” about a small New England company that tries to fend … more
PORT JERVIS, NY — “Foundry42 is a combination of food, design and events,” says founder and owner Cooper Boone, and since 2016, Foundry42 has offered plenty of all three: music, … more
Here in the Upper Delaware River region, we love our street festivals—like much of rural America. One of the many things that sets us apart is a unique perspective on subject matter. … more
LIBERTY, NY — The Liberty Museum & Arts Center plays host to a variety of events with a variety of purposes—from art shows to jazz festivals to chili cook-offs—and this … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — The bond between humanity and nature is one that often goes unseen and unspoken, but those who want to better understand that bond around the Upper Delaware have a new … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — A new restaurant has opened in the heart of Narrowsburg: Uncle Vinny’s, an experience with authentic Italian cuisine as delivered by owner, namesake and veteran … more
HONESDALE, PA — Since its grand opening in May, Loose Leaf Pages has served as a welcome addition to Main Street in Honesdale: a combination bookstore and teashop that offers written works from … more
I like to think that I know everything, including what’s popular, what people are talking about and what’s “trending”—but apparently, I’ve been living under a rock … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — The Ten Mile River Scout Camp (TMR) comprises a 12,000-acre area, a site selected for the Boy Scouts in part by Franklin Delano Roosevelt during his tenure as president of the … more
If you look hard enough, there is always something unusual to explore in the Catskills, and I recently discovered an interesting blurb online that caught my attention. “The Peace Walk outdoor … more
SHOHOLA, PA — Much of the July 13 meeting of the Shohola supervisors meeting held at the municipal building was dominated by the ongoing county issue of road improvements. Several bids were … more
HONESDALE, PA — Honesdale’s claim to fame is rooted in steam power, but this weekend the town will be exploring the fiction as well as the reality of that history with Steampunk … more
LONG EDDY, NY — The town of Long Eddy is planning a weekend-long celebration of its history under another name. “Douglas City Days” will be held Friday, July 14 through Sunday, July … more
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