Just another night at Piermont’s Turning Point, where rock, folk and blues have lived for decades.
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Mysterious creations saved from dumpsters and disasters
Her work was nearly lost to history, then to the ravages of Hurricane Irene in 2011
‘Think Grey Gardens, not Better Homes and Gardens’
The garage-door style rollup windows in Jasper Johns’ former studio, photographed Oct. 28 by Mark Vergari/The Journal News
RIP Brooks Arthur, 914 Sound Studios hitmaking wizard
Brooks Arthur, award-winning engineer and the founder of 914 Sound Studios. Photo by James J. Kriegsmann Jr.
Rockland’s most famous home can’t hide from history
A high brick wall and towering trees can’t obscure the notoriety of this Nyack mansion from curious onlookers.
One last ride through God’s country
The Tour de Goshen, billed as the Hudson Valley’s longest-running charity bicycle ride, winds through the towns and villages of Chester, Montgomery and Goshen; and the town of Warwick. The routes feature rolling terrain and pass through the county’s fertile Black Dirt Region, with Mount Eve as a backdrop in Warwick.
Riverfront villages plug into e-bike craze
No parking? No car? No problem. Just hop on an electric bike and go, if these Westchester County riverfront villages have their way.
Photo by JavyGo on Unsplash
Who will become RCC’s 8th president?
The two-year college is seeking the eighth president since its founding in 1959.
Their fate was sealed. Or was it?
Eminent domain is usually the end of the story for most towns. Not this time. As this hamlet celebrates its 125th anniversary, here’s a tale of resourcefulness and survival in the face of catastrophe. https://hudsonvalley.town.news/g/white-plains-ny/n/79723/how-town-wouldnt-drown-survived-nyc-takeover
‘Those who shall not be forgotten’
Numbers, not names, mark hundreds of graves in a Thiells cemetery.