Gonzo Iconography in the Hudson Valley

Gonzo Iconography in the Hudson Valley

In December, photo journalist Aaron Moeller will present his recent work at Art Cafe in Nyack. The collection of photographs is a string of stories told through strikingly raw portraits. It is a narrative that builds as the photographer travels north and south of the Hudson. He takes his camera for a foray into music festivals, […]

Tis the Season! Suffern Christmas Parade takes place Saturday

Tis the Season! Suffern Christmas Parade takes place Saturday

  The Village of Suffern will hold their annual Christmas Parade down Lafayette Avenue on Saturday, December 3 at 6p.m. The Salvation Army will provide caroling and music at the Gazebo, beginning at 5 p.m.    Local fire departments, the Suffern High School Marching band and various floats will be featured in this festive arrival of Santa to […]

Grace gearing up for album release

Grace gearing up for album release

Grace Vanderwaal will release her first studio album tomorrow Friday, December 2. The Suffern resident won first place on America’s Got Talent earlier this year. She has been busy promoting her album “Perfectly Imperfect,” performing last week at the Today Show and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. VanderWaal will also perform the national […]

Shades Rep Artistic Director Samuel Harps Writes Play About The Underground Railroad

Shades Rep Artistic Director Samuel Harps Writes Play About The Underground Railroad

BY GEORGE J. DACRE Samuel Harps is the writer and Joe Albert Lima the director of a new play “Underground,” about the Underground Railroad. Harps first public reading of the play will be presented Saturday, December 17, 1 p.m. at the Nyack Library, which is appropriate as the Underground Railroad, a network of clandestine routes used by slaves […]

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