BETHEL, NY — Summer is over, but fall is gearing up for a strong show of seasonal delights. Apple picking, wine tasting, cider sampling and even early Christmas shopping entice us, and most weekends our area boasts one or more special harvest-season festivals.
There are few events in life more painful than the untimely passing of a loved one. Tragedy can be the source of immense sorrow and hopelessness, but for a group of friends in Wayne County, tragedy has been the inspiration for making the most of their time together, giving back to the community and memorializing those they have lost.
Film in the Upper Delaware River Valley has long been a facet of local culture, and it is becoming more so. In just this past week we’ve seen a venerable community theater—continuously owned and operated since 1948—change hands: the Callicoon Theater.
It’s no secret that Sullivan County has been awakening over the last several years with a revival of businesses, luxury services and a boost in tourism to fuel these blossoming enterprises. Some say it’s nostalgia for the days of Woodstock and Dirty Dancing when culture on the East Coast lived and breathed Sullivan County, NY.
At first glance, a garden might not look like a tool that can aid in the fight against systemic oppression, but community and youth leaders in Monticello are showing Sullivan County just how powerful one garden can be.
Honesdale is a town fueled by the old and the new, tradition and change.
The Wayne County Fair is a thousand things in one. There is always something to see and always something to eat. Folks from all over the Tri-state area flock to Honesdale to see one of the most complete and entertaining fairs in northeastern PA.
The Delaware River has become home to many over the years, but for some, it is tied to the origins of their ancestry. The Lenape Nation has had roots in and around the Delaware River from its headwaters to its mouth since before the advent of European colonists.
SWAN LAKE, NY — On Sunday June 24, fishermen and friends gathered at Swan Lake for one of many bass-fishing tournaments to be hosted at lakes around the area on Sundays throughout the summer.
The Joel Hill Sawmill was in operation continuously for about 90 years from its beginnings around 1783 to the cessation of work in 1974. Then, in 1988, it was donated to the Equinunk Historical Society (EHS).