An old Dutch sandstone house crucial to Rockland County’s early days will be celebrated on November 16 at the Nyack Boat Club. The public is invited to participate in this benefit party, which will also be honoring architect/historian/preservationist Win Perry. The John Green House was built by its namesake in Nyack near the foot of […]
PHOTOS BY SCOTT WATERS STORY BY DYLAN SKRILOFF This Sunday Rockland County marked the the 38th anniversary of the Brink’s armored car heist, which claimed the lives of a Brinks armored car guard and two Nyack policemen. The brazen October 20, 1981 heist was conducted by a group of left wing radicals, including six members […]
Submitted by Jeannine Rippa On Saturday, July 27, 2019, the 5:30 p.m. mass opened the 150 year anniversary celebration at St. Ann Church, Nyack.
Joachim and Anne were the father and mother of Mary, and the grandparents of Jesus. On July 27, 2019, Jefferson Street, in front of St. Ann RC Church, Nyack was renamed St. Ann & St. Joachim way, to honor Grandparents. Marie Lorenzini, Nyack Trustee, was instrumental in navigating the paperwork of changing the name of […]
Local film makers dominate the 8th annual film festival with a visual feast of subjects and story lines. We open and close with Christopher “Kit” Lukas‘s feature film, Pete Seeger’s Legacy, If I Had A Hammer 90 mins. Unlike previous Seeger films, this shows the music from the earliest banjo hoe-downs to Seeger’s political songs. There is also rare […]
“Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vines: for our vines have tender grapes.” (Song 2:15 KJV) Elmwood Playhouse of Nyack NY will be presenting “The Little Foxes”, written by Lillian Hellman and directed by Alan Demovsky. “Little Foxes” runs Friday, July 12 through Saturday, August 3 – Fridays and Saturdays at […]