Westchester Broadway Theatre’s Presentation Rates Three Stars BY GEORGE J. DACRE WBT does a real professional job with “Newsies,” the story of a group of young newspaper delivery boys led by Jack Kelly in a protest against the rising prices of the New York newspaper, The New York World, published by Joseph Pulitzer. Most of […]
By Vincent Abbatecola In 1983, Stephen King’s horror novel, “Pet Sematary,” was published. Six years later, a film adaptation was released that was sunk by a bland lead performance and a severe lack of frights. Now, King’s book is given a second chance to scare audiences with the help of directors Kevin Kölsch and Dennis […]
The Suffern Recreation Department has announced that the Village of Suffern’s Easter Egg Hunt and Breakfast with the Bunny will be held on Saturday, April 13. The hunt for eggs will begin at 11 a.m. at the Avon Park, Virginia Menschner Gazebo, for children up to 10 years of age; children are invited to bring […]
New Registered Dietitian Offers Cooking Classes for Adults and Kids ShopRite of Pearl River’s new Registered Dietitian, Corinne Brier, will be offering free adult and kids cooking classes focused on nutrition throughout the month of April. “The kids’ classes will help build character and confidence in our youngest chefs,” Brier said. “Classes for kids have […]
National Library Week is April 7 – 13, an annual celebration highlighting the valuable role libraries, librarians and library workers play in transforming lives and building strong communities by providing critical resources, programs and expertise. Libraries are at the heart of their cities, towns, schools and campuses. They have public spaces where people of all […]
BY AARON MOELLER Monday evening sunset looking west from the Tallman Wal-Mart parking lot.