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Living history, music, exhibits at Civil War encampment MILFORD, PA — The Columns Museum will host the 11th annual Civil War encampment from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 21. This year, … more
Celebrating ‘That Which Makes Us Stronger’ NARROWSBURG, NY — Special needs. Addiction. Divorce. Righteous grandmas and overwhelmed parents. One kid in the closet and another a … more
The snow has been so pretty to watch this week and sledding, tubing, skiing, and ice skating have been on our list of things to do. There are so many wonderful events and happenings locally that … more
BELIZE — A team of Rotarians recently completed a mission to Belize as part of the ongoing Liberty, NY Rotary Club (LNYRC) disaster preparedness and relief efforts. The goal of the five-day … more
November 25, 2021 starts the one-year countdown until New York City officially bans the sale of foie gras, French for fatty liver, a shot to the heart of Sullivan County’s foie gras farms. … more
In 2006, the Chicago City Council passed a foie gras ban. “The silliest law that they’ve ever passed,” said Democratic mayor Richard M. Daley. Two years later, in response to a … more
NEW YORK CITY — Three days before Thanksgiving 2019, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) signed into law a ban on the sale of foie gras in New York City, effective date: November 29, 2022. … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — November 25, 2019, was a brutal day for Sullivan County’s foie gras farmers—Hudson Valley Foie Gras (HVFG) and La Belle Farms. The problem was not in the … more
NEW YORK STATE — On Tuesday, November 2, elections will be decided across the state. In the absence of races at the state or national level, local races and local issues will dominate the … more
A few years ago, my oldest kid, Dan, and I—he 20-something, me in my 50s—were at the base of one of the Verrazzano Narrows Bridge’s cloverleaf exit ramps, waiting with thousands of … more
There are great ideas floating around this area, and Community ReBuilders—a program offered through Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress—is giving them a solid foundation. Community … more
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On Saturday, October 17 and Sunday, October 18 at 6 p.m., DVAA will present a staged reading of CITY OF GHOSTS, an existential mystery play conceived and directed by Manon Manavit, and co-written with Turner Roth, in collaboration with One Grand Books. more
And just like that, summer draws to a close. Oh, sure, officially it ain’t over until September 22, but we in the Upper Delaware River region know it’s all downhill from here. And by … more
In the summer of 1996, my sister, Janet, and I rented a house in Callicoon. I was such a city girl at that point that it took me a while to realize more than a few facts of country life. One of … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Experts have been calling it a bloodbath. Commercial real estate in cities has been savaged by COVID-19 with tenants unable to pay rent and moving out, other tenants unable … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — Queso fresco. Cotija. Oaxaca.  Hispanic cheeses like these could be a saving grace for struggling dairy farmers in Wayne County, according a recent study by Shepstone … more
NEW YORK — It wasn’t one particular incident that drove New York City-based artist Bernard Solco to think hard about leaving the city for the country. It was changes piling on and … more
Lawsuit filed over Sullivan jail MONTICELLO, NY — The New York Civil Liberties (NYCLU) Union on May 29 filed a lawsuit to get four inmates released who, according to the lawsuit, are … more
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