The garage-door style rollup windows in Jasper Johns’ former studio, photographed Oct. 28 by Mark Vergari/The Journal News
Brooks Arthur, award-winning engineer and the founder of 914 Sound Studios. Photo by James J. Kriegsmann Jr.
A high brick wall and towering trees can’t obscure the notoriety of this Nyack mansion from curious onlookers.
“As expected with any big project you take on, there were many bumps in the road,” said Nicole Riad of her Eagle Scout project. “And leadership was key, quite literally, to fix all these bumps.”
Descendants of this tiny village’s founding family are putting up a fight against encroaching urban sprawl and a disregard for historic preservation. Photo by John Meore for The Journal News
The two-year college is seeking the eighth president since its founding in 1959.
Veteran DJ Bruce Figler has curated another strong lineup for the Pleasantville Music Festival, mixing A-listers with locally grown talent.
“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.
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