Veteran DJ Bruce Figler has curated another strong lineup for the Pleasantville Music Festival, mixing A-listers with locally grown talent.
Michael James Brody Jr. and his wife, Renee Dubois, set off a mad money scramble in 1970. Photo: Discovery +
“We have certain tangible links to the past and they’re vanishing because they’re making way for development.”
Fifty years after a collision involving a school bus and freight train took five young lives and changed safety regulations nationwide, the Rockland County, N.Y., town where the tragedy occurred is marking the date with a memorial.
From the days of the Civil War, the various owners of this saloon have been welcoming visitors from near and far. Photo by Robert Brum
This small park hidden in the woods atop Cheesecote Mountain has been a favorite destination since my days growing up nearby. The drive up the narrow, twisting road to get there isn’t always easy, but it’s worthwhile. Read the full story by clicking the link below. https://hudsonvalley.town.news/g/nanuet-ny/n/66666/long-and-winding-road-cheesecote-pond
Numbers, not names, mark hundreds of graves in a Thiells cemetery.
Fifty years ago, American Pie reached No. 1 on Billboard’s charts. Here’s some backstory on the making of a record that was born here in the Hudson Valley.
Brooks Arthur, the engineer behind hit records by Carole King, Neil Diamond, Janis Ian, and the Shangri-Las, was the founder of 914 Sound Studios. Photo by Betsy Hammer
The early recordings that would one day be part of a catalog that would earn Bruce Springsteen $550 million were captured in a music studio in an abandoned garage in suburban New York – not Asbury Park.