Shakespeare Under the Stars — Free and Open to the Public

Shakespeare Under the Stars — Free and Open to the Public

Rockland Community College and Rockland Shakespeare Company are proud to celebrate their 15th year of offering free outdoor Shakespeare productions each summer. To celebrate this milestone the company invites the Rockland community to a special party and one night’s performance of “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged),” in addition to several scheduled performances of […]

What’s Happening

BY GEORGE J. DACRE — Hudson Valley High School Metro awards in musical theater go to Clarkstown High School South for Duet Performance; “Hello Little Girl” by Gina Tenore and Mitchell Schneider (Little Red Riding Hood and Big Bad Wolf) in “Into the Woods;” Instrumentalist, Pearl River High School, “Damn Yankees” David Aver (Bass); Musical […]

Dumb & Dumber

Dear Editor, Every time you have run into Dumb & Dumber there is always another situation that is Dumber. I have shopped in the Shoprite Supermarket in Garnerville for many years but had never purchased a six-pack of beer. Bought a lot of things and the beer today. Got to the ‘checker’ and she said […]

Garnerville Arts Center Announces Rebirth

BY SARA GILBERT The Garnerville Arts Center announced at a meeting on Thursday, May 24 that it was added to the Preservation League of New York State’s “Seven to Save” list and would be working with local politicians, businesses and community members to rebuild the center. It also announced its first grant to begin the […]

Looking for Fresh and Local Fruit and Vegetables? Visit Rockland’s Farmers’ Markets!

Public Service Message from Rockland County Department of Health Wondering what to make for dinner tonight? The Rockland County Department of Health suggests you shop at one of the many local Farmers’ Markets to find fresh, delicious and nutritious food! “Since the produce is locally grown, it does not have to travel as far as […]