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Drew Kelly to perform at the Pumphouse  COCHECTON, NY — What do you do when the music comes back? You take up your career again. Even if there’s a pandemic on, even if your life … more
Throwback Thursday [Photo gallery]
For those of you who don’t spend endless mind-numbing hours online (like me), it’s a thing. So much so that it’s even made it to The Google. “Throwback Thursday is an … more
The following is an excerpt from a blurb that caught my eye online a few weeks ago: “Join us on Saturday, June 26 at 7:30 p.m. at Farm Arts Collective (FAC) for a magical midsummer night of … more
It’s hard to believe that summer is already upon us, especially for those of you who are new to the region and thought that winter would never end. On the flip side, spring was particularly … more
If you haven’t heard of the old adage, it’s fairly simple, straightforward and to the point: “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” I’m not sure that … more
The above title refers to an old nursery rhyme, which reads like this: “Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow? With silver bells and cockleshells and pretty maids … more
As it happens, pretty darn green. Truthfully, I’m not a big fan of the color, except where nature is concerned. There are exceptions to the rule, of course, and so many hues to choose from. … more
It’s baaaack! I’ve had it before, and I’ll have it again, but when it happens—look out! Especially if you have a deadline looming. Which I do. Right now. This very … more
With my camera, that is. Truth be told, it was never my ambition to be a photographer. I began my career in writing long ago but invariably relied on others to provide images for content when … more
For those of you new to the area, have no fear. Art is alive and thriving here in the mountains. Granted, none of us have been visiting galleries recently, but they dot the landscape throughout the … more
For something completely different, I’m having issues. This time, it’s my eyes, which is “serious, and nothing to fool around with” according to my ophthalmologist, as if I … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — It’s been almost a month, but Sam the dog is home for good.  The photo of the formerly lost pitbull mix was at intersections, in the paper, on Facebook—it … more
“Five hundred twenty-five thousand moments so dear. Five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes—how do you measure, measure a year?” Those words were written and … more
Emergencies always seem to happen at the most unpredictable and inconvenient times. Given the recent COVID-19 pandemic, veterinary care is seeing unprecedented demand. With that demand comes … more
REGION — It seems like every telephone pole has a sign, and they’re all heartbreaking.  Someone’s dog is lost.  It may seem like missing pets are on the rise, but … more
I was slightly nervous about going in for a COVID-19 test. Even though I had no reason to suspect that I might have contracted the dreaded virus, my doctor recommended it as “a matter of … more
It’s Monday, as I write this, and it’s snowing out there. I mean really, really snowing. Wasn’t it just last week that I was extolling the power of positive thinking and crowing … more
I can’t recall exactly when I first heard the term “retail therapy,” but I do know who said it. It was my friend, Robin, who—along with her mother, Rosalie—owned a … more
We’ve all heard it bandied about: “Red sky at night, sailor’s delight; red sky at morning, sailors take warning,” but is there any validity to the old proverb? According to … more
With what turned out to be a fairly weird Thanksgiving behind us, and what could easily be a bizarre Christmas and Kwanzaa ahead, here comes Hanukkah, hot on their heels. The Festival of Lights … more
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