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Lexington Comic-Con: Comic book writer Denny O'Neil has mixed feelings about genre's evolution
Denny O'Neil jumped in the 1960s from writing newspaper articles to writing comic books, but he never lost his interest in the real world.
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Wed Mar 12, 2014
'Bout The Band: Regret The Hour
Nyack High School graduates Nate and Ben McCarthy, Anders Fleming and the late Jesse Yanko formed their band Regret the Hour before enrolling at Hunter College.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
As Others See Us: Who Designed The Tappan Zee Bridge?
The Tappan Zee Bridge is under construction and is viewed from Nyack's waterfront.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
6 Best Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Deals
Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is quickly approaching and with so many amazing offers from great restaurants, the options can feel almost overwhelming.
Explore "Joseph Cornell and Surrealism" at U.Va.'s The Fralin Museum of Art
Joseph Cornell, American, 1903-1972. Untitled , c. 1935-38. Box construction, 13 7/8 x 12 1/8 x 2 1/2 in, 35.24 x 30.8 x 6.35 cm.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
A Guide to First Friday March
For one night, civic decisions and courtroom deliberations will yield to the realm of art and culture at Nyack's Village Hall.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The Play's The Thing This Spring
Now that the brutally cold, snowy winter is finally winding down, it's time to get a sitter for the kids and see some live theatre.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Restructuring Nyack Middle School: BOE Update
On the agenda at the Nyack Board of Education meeting tonight is an update on the Nyack Middle School restructuring plan.
Candle Causes Fire, Injures New City Resident: News Report
A New City resident whose hands and head were burned while trying to put out a fire was assisted by members of the New City Volunteer Ambulance Corps and Rockland Paramedics March 2, according to the Nyack Free Press.
Nyack Sketch Log: African American Entrepreneurs in the Nyacks 1800-Present
As a trail blazing entrepreneur, who overcame racial and gender, discrimination, Cynthia Hesdra amassed a fortune by 1879.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
The Journal News
Tappan Zee Bridge ramp in Tarrytown to close March 10
The entrance ramp to the northbound Tappan Zee Bridge from Route 9 will be sealed to traffic next Monday for the next few years but will its closure lead to the traffic nightmares that haunted commuters for three nights in December? 'We'll see,' Tarrytown Mayor Drew Fixell said.
Senator Carlucci Forecasts Budget Issues with Snow Removal Costs
This winter is already one of the snowiest in State history and has stretched local village and town budgets to the breaking point.
Oscar Winner 12 Years A Slave has Local History
State history won big at the Oscar's last night. 12 Years A Slave , a movie about a kidnapped NYS African American resident, won Best Picture, Best Supporting Actress for Lupita Nyong'o and Best Adapted Screenplay for John Ridley.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
The Journal News
140 swimmers brave frigid Hudson to help stricken children
The water was a biting 36 degrees but that didn't stop more than 140 brave souls from stripping down and rushing into the Hudson River Sunday for the Penguin Plunge.
Fun(d) On The Farm: RFA Gets Greenway Grant
The Rockland Farm Alliance, a coalition of farmers, community groups and activists and elected officials, has been awarded a $5,000 Greenway Communities Grant from The Hudson River Valley Greenway to support their farmland expansion program.
The Hudson Valley's "Virtual Pipeline": Carrying Crude Oil by Train
A new "virtual pipeline" carries crude oil by train through Hudson Valley communities including Albany, Kingston, Newburgh, Haverstraw and West Nyack, New York.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
From Orangetown Town Hall by Andy Stewart, Orangetown Supervisor
I believe that good government depends on an alert and informed citizenry, and for this you need independent news media.
Saturday Farm Market
Coming in June, 2014: Saturday Farm Market Beginning in June 2014, the Nyack Chamber of Commerce will bring you a Saturday Farmers' Market.
Underground Railroad by Bill Demarest
The narrow, two-story block and wood structure for years has been popular among local photographers and artists because of its faded look and its awkward tilt at the top.
Empire State News
Mass transit task force recommends bus rapid transit system on new TZ Bridge
TARRYTOWN The New NY Bridge Mass Transit Task Force on Friday recommended a new bus rapid transit system to be in place when the new Tappan Zee Bridge is open in 2018.