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.
Hopper House is seeking sponsors for its weekly Music in the Garden series that starts July 28. Contact Hopper House if you are able to help cover the costs of the concerts. This is the series’ 31st season. The phone number is 845-358-0774 and the website is www.edwardhopperhouse.org.
Nyack’s Neil Berg is readying his show “Broadway and Berg: Broadway Show Stoppers and the Theater Songs of Neil Berg,” which opens next week. If you want to get a taste of what to expect, set your DVR and check out Berg on Fox 5’s “Good Day NY” this Friday… Read More →
Last week’s torrential downpour created a tsunami of sorts, a six-foot wall of water than raged down the Main Street hill in Nyack and right into Riverspace in Nyack, causing extensive damage that might take months to fix. Producer Danielle Rudess of the Helen Hayes Youth Theater tells me she… Read More →
The weather’s good, the fresh air is healthy and you’ll feel great after you’ve been rowing. If that sounds good to you, see what the River Rowing Association has to offer during its 2011 Summer Season Open House at 5:30 p.m. Monday (June20) at the Nyack Center, 58 Depew Ave…. Read More →
Good Friday afternoon. Here’s a glance at opinion content published today in The Journal News: Honoring heroic officers: Editorial We salute the police officers honored at Thursday’s Westchester County Law Enforcement Memorial Day Service & Awards Ceremony. In particular, we applaud the fortitude of Luigi Osso Jr., the Irvington police… Read More →
Good afternoon. Here’s a look at opinion content published today in The Journal News: Nyack’s Riverspace: Editorial We comment on news that Riverspace Arts and the village of Nyack are poised to team on the development of an arts-based “superblock” in the Rockland village’s downtown. We write: … At tonight’s… Read More →