HONESDALE, PA — The winter months are finally over, and the Wayne County Arts Alliance has kicked off a new season of Second Saturdays in Honesdale.
In this case the “gold” is in the form of Murder Mystery Manhattan’s (MMM) dinner theater production of “The Golden Girls Gone Wild” and the “hills” are home to the Catskill Mountains Resort (CMR), perched high above Barryville, NY.
HONESDALE, PA — The Honesdale Roots & Rhythm Festival has announced that The Sadies will be the headliners for this year’s event on June 16. Also on the stage will be Sour Bridges, Whiskey Killers and Bobby Kyle and the Administrators.
HONESDALE, PA — The 6,600-square-foot space that used to house Gravity Alley is now filling another untapped niche for Honesdale as the Gravity Indoor Marketplace. Since its grand opening on April 7, the marketplace has featured a rotating array of vendors, offering for sale such goods as crafts, antiques, toys and jewelry.
HONESDALE, PA — “Canaltown, in the general sense, is a project we have here in Honesdale… involved in connecting people to the local landscape,” says Derek Williams, “flow facilitator” with the community-building organization.
CALLICOON, NY — The Western has served as a historical fixture in Callicoon since 1852, playing host to presidents and suffragette meetings—but its latest ambition is to expand its reach with the Western Ballroom, a newly renovated space that’s ready to serve the artistic community of the region.
While preparing to visit with artist Allan Rubin and discuss his newest exhibit, “Canon,” I did some research online on the meaning of “artist.” The first definition I found was: “A person who practices one of the fine arts, especially a painter or sculptor.
HONESDALE, PA — It’s almost here: on Sunday, April 8, The Cooperage will host its second annual fashion show.
MONTGOMERY, NY — It is the fight of his life, and the flight of a lifetime.
Thirteen-year-old Andrew Stephens of Middletown, NY was diagnosed with cancer on July 3, 2015, after enduring several months of misdiagnoses that put the youngster and his folks though an emotional wringer.
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY – It all started 2334 years ago.
The idea of ‘paying it forward’, according to historical records, first came to light in the ancient Greek comedy “Dyskolos” by Menander (c.342 BC – c.292 BC), and took to the stage at the Lenaian Festival in Athens in 317-16 BC.