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TRR photo by Erica Highhouse
Chris O’Leary and his crew at Honesdale’s Roots and Rhythm this past Saturday. 
 

Giving roots to the rhythm

HONESDALE, PA — In the height of the afternoon sun, Chris O’Leary and his band took the stage this past weekend at the 14th annual Roots and Rhythm Festival in Honesdale’s Central Park.

Bodies were swaying and feet were tapping, as audience members all got lost in their own groove.


Gary Moss, left, and Jamie Stunkard are on the Roots & Rhythm's board and have been involved since its beginnings. | Photo by Veronica Daub

Tapping into Roots & Rhythm

Jamie Stunkard and Gary Moss have been tuned into Roots and Rhythm since its founding in 2006. 

From the beginning, Stunkard (S) was on the Roots and Rhythm committee. He’s had a part in shaping the community since 1981 with his health-food and deli spot, Nature’s Grace. 


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.


TRR photos by Jonathan Charles Fox
Museum director Wade Lawrence, left, hosted a panel discussion with Woodstock Festival photographer Amalie R. Rothschild, historian Andy Zax, and Sweetwater’s Alex Del Zoppo and Fred Herrera at Bethel Woods last weekend as part of the new exhibit’s opening day celebration.

Tempus fugit

It’s the fancy (and by “fancy,” I mean Latin) quasi-poetic way of saying “time flies,” and ain’t that the truth. When we’re young, we think we’re gonna’ live forever, but around middle-age, we start to wonder where the time went.


Photo from Pixabay

Kozmic Blues

Just months ago, this summer’s 50th anniversary of the Woodstock music and art festival held much promise for music fans wanting to celebrate the historical three days of peace and music.


TRR photos by Jonathan Charles Fox                                                                                                                     

Recording artist Mickey Barnett was persuaded to croon a song or two during the Sullivan County Museum’s First Sunday Music and History Program in Hurleyville, NY.

                   

Spring forward, fall back

It’s that time of year again. As Old Man Winter considers taking a back seat, the weather vacillates, see-sawing from mild to wild. It’s below 30 as I write this, but we’re expecting near 60 by the time The River Reporter hits

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