BY JEN RINI In November of 1995, 17-year-old Scott Vaccaro not only brewed his first homemade batch of Cranberry Celebration Ale, but also his passion for the brewing arts. “It’s a tangible delicious beverage and you can be very creative,” Vaccaro said. Vaccaro, now 34, and of legal drinking age, is the owner and head […]
On July 13 at 9 p.m., the Turning Point in Piermont will be hosting world renowned acoustic English guitarist Adrian Legg. The “Genius of Acoustic Wizardry” will be performing in support of his first self-released recording, “Slow Guitar,” that includes fan requests from shows over the past two decades. Legg, a London native, was voted […]
Puddin’ Don’t is a creation of Jake Barlow, inspired by all manner of silliness, like Berkeley Breathed’s Bill the Cat, Chuck Norris Facts, The movie Machete, and the great Marty Feldman. Puddin’ Don’t can be found daily online at www.puddindont.com.
BY GEORGE J. DACRE – “George M” winds up at Westchester Broadway Theatre in Elmsford July 1. “The Music Man” starts July 5. Tickets at 914-592-2222 or broadwaytheatre.com. – “Of Mice And Men” extended at Antrim Playhouse June 29 and 30 both at 8 p.m. Tickets at antrimplayhouse.com. – “The Last Days of Mickey and […]
BY HEATHER HACKNEY In the last few weeks some interesting new records have been set for the Guinness Book. One was for the title “World’s Largest Parade of Boats.” This record was set in the United Kingdom on June 6, 2012, with 670 boats in attendance, during the celebration of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee. Right […]
Local Artist Bill Batson Turns Visual Artists into Performers and Art Making into a Spectator Sport It took months of planning and the work of dozens of volunteers to unleash a Flash Sketch Mob of over 100 artists in Nyack on Saturday, June 16. All of the hallmarks of the flash mob phenomenon were on […]