Showcasing Talent: Opening Reception for RoCA Student Exhibit, Camp Open House

Showcasing Talent: Opening Reception for RoCA Student Exhibit, Camp Open House

BY JANIE ROSMAN Paintings, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, glass and more showcasing students’ work drew crowds to Rockland Center for the Arts last Sunday, “We planned it (art show) with the camp open house so the public can enjoy the show and learn about our summer programs,” Camp Director and Program Coordinator Amy Alinkofsky said. The […]

Marc My Words: West Nyack’s Solar keeps swinging away as collegian

Monaghan, Simon, Cortland teams tournament-bound BY MARC MATURO        Devin Solar of West Nyack regularly handles his dad, Vincent, on the golf course, but it’ll be a horse of a different color when the Clarkstown South alum and his teammates at St. John Fisher College in Pittsford compete at the NCAA Division III […]

Timelines April 30, 2015

Long-time Nyack nightlife fixture O’Donoghue’s closes O’Donoghue’s Tavern, one of Nyack’s oldest and best-known local institutions, closed up shop on Thursday night after decades of operation under the O’Donoghue family name. The restaurant and bar hosted one last night of bittersweet celebration last week, bringing in patrons and musicians to honor the storied Nyack tavern […]

What’s Happening, April 30

BY GEORGE J. DACRE – Blues Rock Workshop, a summer rock camp for teens who want to rock set for June, July and August at Rockland Country Day School in Congers. Registration and information at 845-268-4644. – A Tribute to Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge at Westchester Broadway Theatre, Elmsford Tuesday, May 5, dinner and show. Tickets […]

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