By the Spectator, John Maloney As I write this column, Washington D.C. seems to be in a state of chaos. There’s trouble with Ukraine, with Russia, with Turkey. The other word you hear is impeachment! It ‘s a crazy town and the rest of the world isn’t much better. I’ve made a list of bad […]
The Village of Suffern Halloween Parade will take place on Sunday, October 27 at 2 p.m., village officials announced this week. The parade will start at the corner of Orange and Lafayette Avenues. Costume judging, and refreshments will follow at the Suffern Gazebo. In case of rain, parade will be cancelled, but costume contest and […]
The Rockland Symphony Orchestra’s 2019 Young People’s concert program on Oct. 20 is the inaugural concert of the 2019-2020 season led by newly-appointed Music Director Brent Chancellor. The program will feature two concerto movements performed by winners of the Rockland County Music Teachers Guild Concerto Competition, plus orchestra-only selections performed by the Symphony. The Young […]
Rockland Center for the Arts increases accessibility of the arts for the blind and low-vision art enthusiasts in a new exhibition sponsored by Crystal Run Healthcare
Visions of Awareness, is an exhibit exploring VISION and seeing creatively. Vision does not solely rely on the function of our eyes: sight starts in the brain as an idea or thought. The exhibit is on view October 13 through November 24, 2019. An artists reception will be held on Sunday, October 20 from 2-5 […]
BY SCOTT WATERS The Suffern Hose Company’s 8th Annual Car, Truck and Bike Show was held Oct. 6, 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. in the AVON lot across from 35 Washington Ave.
Jim Fyfe, renowned TED talk coach, will lead an interactive, fun and useful master class, “Connecting Through Story” for artists and creatives from all disciplines, Monday, October 21, at the Rockland Center for the Arts, West Nyack, 7-9 p.m. “All artists need to know how to explain their work—and themselves. Connecting Through Story is a […]