People to People, which operates Rockland County’s largest food pantry, is holding a fundraising event to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy at 9 p.m. today at Harbor Hill at 92 Main St., Nyack.
North Rockland’s Omar Idolor, left, drives on Nyack’s Khalid Shabazz during their game at Nyack. North Rockland won 57-46. See more photos of North Rockland at Nyack basketball
The creative mind behind “Hopper Happens” (Photo by Seth Harrison: Kris Burns, in the tiny office upstairs at Hopper House in Nyack, from which she has been coordinating this week’s “Hopper Happens” multimedia festival.) Kris Burns’ office, up a narrow flight of stairs at the Hopper House in Nyack, was… Read More →
Do you recognize any of this? The litter shown here survived the winter just fine, having taken up residence along a Pomona roadside. You’ve seen similar trash all over the county, unfortunately. But now’s the time to act. You can get some fresh air, good companionship and the personal… Read More →
JP Morgan Chase Nyack is one of the 3,236 employers nominated by National Guard and Reserve service members for the 2012 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award. This year, 133 large and small businesses as well as public sector employers from New York were nominated for the award. Each… Read More →
One of Rockland’s prettiest restaurants just got a facelift — and with it, a chef who’s revamping the menu, too. The Hudson House of Nyack, the restaurant in the old village hall — complete with the former jail as its wine cellar — has plenty of history in its walls,... Read More →
A delectable-sounding Devil’s Food Cake for Two that’s for sale at Pie Lady & Son in Nyack is a romantic little idea for a Valentine’s Day treat — and it’s even sweeter when you share the fun backstory with your sweetheart. Sadie Mae Burns, left, a Nyack High School junior… Read More →
Neither snow nor wind nor sleet shall delay an art exhibit opening. The 68 Summit gallery opened its doors from 2 to 6 p.m. Oct. 29 despite the Halloween Nor’easter. Jorge Blanco says they’ll do it again, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 6. He said that “Believe it… Read More →
Fittingly, the home of the late M. Constantine Bettelheim has been outfitted with artworks that rise to the summit of the house. “68 Summit” is the working title for the home/gallery at 68 Summit St. in Nyack, where works have been positioned up a three-story stairwell and on the ground… Read More →
Family Connections is always in need of dedicated mentors for adults and children as part of programs for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated parents and their children. Family Connections is run by the Rockland Parent-Child Center, located in Nyack. If you’re interested, contact Selena Nixon at 845-300-9003. Learn more at www.rocklandparentchild.org.