First of a series of stories about that interesting person “Behind The Counter”
A Tuesday afternoon scorcher, in that refuge known at Zuzu’s, in Beacon . . .
When many of us think of a Ã¢â‚¬Ëœfood pantry’ we see stacks of canned goods, with maybe a donated ham or turkey on the side. Of course every donation is valued, and all are accepted with gratitude. Yet fresh vegetables and other produce often remain beyond the reach of those most in need of healthy diets.
Community Day 2010 was capped off by a performance by Gandalf Murphy and the Slambovian Circus of Dreams.
Habitats For Artists was initiated in the summer of 2008 and came out of the work of Cold Spring artist Simon Draper. He invited several artists to participate in the project and they took up residency creating small studio spaces
A celebration of neighbors who make this world a better place to live: Let us now praise a most uncommon common man.
The art deco Beacon Theatre (445-449 Main Street, Beacon) was recently sold to 4th Wall Productions. A full renovation of the 10,500 sq.ft. facility is planned.
Mary C. Pearl, Ph.D., former chief executive at Stony Brook Southampton has been unanimously selected CEO of The Garrison Institute