Kacy Coyle Dow's Blog Posts

Tangos Cafe In New City Is An Excellent Choice For Cuban Food

Looking for an awesome Cuban-American restaurant? Look no further, Tangos Cafe in New City offers delicious food, with wife and husband owners who are both hostess/waitress and chef.  My

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Tips For Buying A Home In Rockland County

Looking to move out of NYC and relocate to the suburbs?  Well Rockland County is a great place to consider. Many people prefer the suburban lifestyle, and for good reason. Whether New

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Tips For Organizing Your Kitchen Whether Selling Or Staying

The kitchen. It’s one of the most used rooms of the house, yet somehow becomes one of the most disorganized. Whether you are thinking of selling, moving into a new home, or just want to get

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Six Household Items You Should Replace Regularly

You know there are certain household items that need to be replaced regularly. But just how regularly is where things might start to get fuzzy. Especially those big tickets items that need to be

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How To Keep Your Lawn Green All Summer Long

Many of us grew up with the chore of mowing the lawn or pulling weeds at our parents’ house. It can seem like common sense that grass mostly just takes care of itself.However, there’s a lot more

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Holy Week In New City 2017

Living or visiting in the New City, NY area and looking for Holy Week services?  Journey with St. John's Episcopal Church through Holy Week to Easter.   Yesterday was Palm Sunday, and

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Comedy Night In Nyack

Looking for something to do this weekend?  Well I've got the perfect thing for GNO, or date night.  Strawtown Elementary School PTA is hosting a Comedy Dinner Show, Fri. night 3/3/17, at

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New City Christmas Eve Services

Looking to attend a Christmas Eve service in New City?  Please consider joining us for  a Blessed Christmas,  St. John's Episcopal Church, 365 Strawtown Rd., New City.

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Nyack Homeless Project Collecting Coats

Time to clean out those closets and to donate all those coats you no longer wear.  If you have gently used winter coats, hats or gloves, consider donating them to the Nyack Homeless Project.

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New City Open Houses For Oct 30th

You may think that the spring is the only time to sell a home, but I am happy to tell you the fall is also a great time to sell.  The fall brings out many serious buyers, and sellers

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West Nyack Fall Festive

Looking for a fun day, filled with family activities?  Plan on attending the 4th Annual Fall Festival in West Nyack, Sunday, Oct. 23rd, 12-4.  The event will take place at Germonds Park,

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2nd Annual Fall Festival In New City

Red Hill Nursery and Red Hill Cafe in New City along with Rockland Farm Alliance's will be hosting their 2nd Annual Fall Festival on Sat. Oct.1st and Sun. Oct. 2nd., 11am-5pm, 220 S. Little Tor

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Steves Prime Meats And Catering In Congers The Best

I recently hosted a party, and wanted the food to be something a little different. So we decided on BBQ, which seems to be a favorite for many.  I had called a few places, and it wasn't until I

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4th Of July Celebrations In Rockland County

Looking for a place to see fireworks this July 4th in Rockland County?  Well you have a variety of places and dates to choose from.  Starting on Thurs.  June 30th, the Town of

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Panoramic Views Atop Hook Mountain

Looking for a great outdoor activity this Saturday, June 25, 2016?  Saturday is suppose to be a beautiful day, why not spend it hiking Hook Mountain?  Starting at 10am-12:30pm you can hike

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New City Street Fair 2016

Summer Beach Party Street Fair, Main St., New City will be held on June 12th 10am-5pm.  Come be a part of the fun rain or shine! The annual event is co hosted by the Town of Clarkstown and the

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Rockland The Perfect Location For The Gran Fondo

What is the Gran Fondo you ask?  Well I asked the same thing when my husband said he was going to be a part of it.  The Gran Fondo is a 100 mile bike race, starting on the George

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Calling All Firefighters In New City

New City Fire Engine Co. No. 1 will be holding an Open House this Sunday 4/24/16 from 9a.-3pm. The firehouse is located at 15 Maple Ave., New City.  If you or someone you know is

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Check Out Red Hill Cafe

Last year I blogged "What is going on at Cropsey's?", and no one really knew.  Well a year later, I could not be happier with what happened at "Crospey's".  Red Hill Cafe opened last

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Summer Fun At Tallman Beach And Pool Club

Looking for a place for summer fun?  Tallman Beach and Pool Club offers swimming fun in the beautiful setting of Tallman State Park overlooking the Hudson River.  Only 1 day left for the%

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Clarkstown Open Houses On Feb 28th

Are you thinking of buying a house in the Clarkstown area, or are you actively looking in the Clarkstown area?  If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you should check out my

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Homes In New City That Are Just Listed

You may think February is not a good time to start looking for a home, but you may be wrong.  If you are thinking of purchasing a home in the New City area, please click on the

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Rockland A Great Location

I was reminded today how fortunate we are, to live so close to 3 major airports.  JFK, LaGuardia and Newark are all less than an hour away, without traffic of course which could be

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Bow Tie Cinemas In New City

As the award season is upon us, many of us are looking to go to the movies so we can actually know the movies and actors that are up for awards.  This can be a very costly experience if you

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Snowflake 5K In Nyack

Calling all runners!!!  (and walkers too) The 3rd Annual Snowflake 5K to benefit The Nyack Community Ambulance Corps will be held on Sunday 12/27/15 at 10am.  The run will start at

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Santa Visits New City At Red Hill Nursery And Cafe

Santa will be making an appearance this Sat. 12/5/15 in New City at Red Hill Nursery & Cafe. He will also be stopping by on 12/12/15 and 12/19/15.  So if you aren't available this Saturday, you

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Small Business Saturday In Nyack

Today is the day, Nov. 28, 2015.   Small Business Saturday!  Time to go to your local downtown area and start your holiday shopping. Forget Black Friday at the malls, or Cyber Monday, time

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Wreath Sale And Adoption Event At Hi Tor Animal Shelter In Pomona

Help an animal while making your home festive!  On Sat. 11/28 and Sun. 11/29 from 12-5pm, Hi Tor Animal Shelter, 65 Fireman's Memorial Dr., Pomona,  will be holding their 3rd Annual Wreath

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Safety Tips For A Fun Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner, and what is better than it happening on a beautiful Saturday?? This fun day of trick or treating can start in the daylight, and go into the night with no

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Harvest Festival In New City

Red Hill Nursery/Cafe and Rockland Farm Alliance's host their First Annual Harvest Festival on Sat. Oct. 17th, 12-5pm.  Rockland Farm Alliance is also known as Cropsey Community Farm. There are

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A Fun Day At Warwick Winery

Since last Saturday was such a beautiful day, my husband and I decided to check out Warwick Winery, it's only about 45 mins from New City.  I had looked it up, and they have a cafe, live music

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Red Hill Cafe Open For Business

Red Hill Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch and starting this weekend, Sat. Sept 19th weekend brunch!  Brunch on Sat and Sun starts at 10am.  Red Hill Cafe is located on the corner of

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Rocklands Got Talent And Water Conservation

The"Rockland's Got Talent Revue, Tuesday- September 29th, 2015, an old timey, good old fashioned family FUNdraiser for The Rockland Water Coalition, is set at Nyack Center, 58 Depew Avenue,

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Labor Day Weekend And Beyond In Nyack

Pretty soon, we won't be wearing our summer whites as per dress protocol and we will be nibbling away at the last of the remarkably sweet New Jersey corn- dripping with melted sweet cream butter and

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Its That Time In Rockland County

Oh the smell of freshly sharpened pencils and  those hard pink erasers, (although my preference was always the softer pale white erasers) and stacks of spiral bound college lined paper

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Warriors Of The Dream In New City

"Warriors of the Dream" will be visiting St. John's Episcopal Church, 365 Strawtown Rd., New City, Sunday 8/30/15 from 4-6pm. What is "Warriors of the Dream"?  It is a drumming

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What To Do With All That Squash

Well, there are lovely squash soups, creamed or pureed which can be served hot or cold- I have consulted my treasured James Beard and the NY Times Cookbook as well as having referred to the Silver

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Back To School With Dignity In Nanuet

It's back to school time, and People to People in Nanuet, NY is holding their Back to School with Dignity program. This program is a vital part of the People to People organization,  they

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Summer Concerts In West Nyack

Last week I attended a summer concert at Germonds Park in West Nyack and was so surprised at how nice it was. Of course, the fact that it was a beautiful night, and The Mighty Spectrum Band was

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News From Nyack Park Nyack NY

This just in from Nyack Park tonight- Tuesday July 28th, 2015.The music was wild down at Nyack Park tonight as Mistress of Ceremony Yvette Mclarty  got the crowd pumped and  primed

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Nyack Has It All

I just had the most marvelous weekend here in Nyack and the most exciting part of it was the 4th Annual WALKING TO THE BEAT festival. It was a joyful experience full of sound and thunder, color

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Three Willows Fellowship In New City

Three Willows Fellowship will be performing at St. John's Episcopal Church, 365 Strawtown Rd., New City on Sat. July 18th at 5:30 pm.   What is Three Willows Fellowship?  Well they

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Janes Ice Cream Finally Opens In New City

Jane's Ice Cream opens in New City!  Many of us will refer to the location still as "Cropseys", but for those who aren't familiar with "Cropseys" will find Jane's at the corner of Red Hill Rd.

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Beat The Summer Heat

I wanted to let you know of a few tried and true ways to beat the summer heat- all of them enjoyable- at least to me!1-Eating lots of watermelon is a terrific way to stay hydrated, eat it by itself

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Nyack To NY China Through The Looking Glass

There is an exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art  from now through August 16, 2015 which, according to the Washington Post, " offers a thoughtful, expressive and... utterly

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Congers Lake Memorial Park Trail

Being a Clarkstown residence, I have heard people talk about Congers Lake Memorial  Park and the walking trail.  Well I am embarrassed to say, I finally went there for the first time

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Dining On The Hudson River In Piermont

Last night was a great night to dine outdoors, so where better than Pier 701.  A few friends and myself decided to dine on the Hudson, and made reservations at Pier 701 in Piermont.  The

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Clarkstown High Schools Rank Among The Best

As another academic year comes to a close, many of our graduating seniors move onto college.  Thankfully for these Clarkstown students, they are graduates from Clarkstown South and Clarkstown

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Coming To A Town Near You Nyack

Grace Church is a happening place! The Rockland Symphony Orchestra's (RSO) Annual Benefit Chamber Music Concert will take place at Grace Church, 130 First Street, Nyack at 4:00 PM on Sunday,

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See It First

See it first! China- Through The Looking Glass. Member Preview Days are May 5th and May 6th, 2015. And do not miss the current exhibition- The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky- on view

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The New Whitney Opens May 1 2015

On Friday night, April 24, 2015, The Whitney Museum of American Art hosted it's opening night gala, celebrating the Whitney's move to it's new and wonderful space in  New York City's Meat

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Clarkstown Outdoor Shopping Extravaganza And Festival

The students from Clarkstown South High School, Clarkstown North High School and Felix V. Festa Middle School invite you to a great afternoon of shopping and fun.  This shopping extravaganza is

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From Nyack NY To The NYBGY

The Orchid Show: Chandeliers, went up on February 28, 2015 and runs through April 19, 2015. So there are still a few days left to enjoy a magnificent aerial display unlike any other seen in recent

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What Is Going On At Cropsey Farm

What is going on at "Cropsey Farm"?  For many of us, it will always be Cropsey's, even though there have been several owners over the past several years.  But very recently, there is major

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From Nyack To New York Butterflies And Back

Not far from Nyack, New York is the American Museum of Natural History. Founded in 1869, the American Museum of Natural History is still guided by it's global mission to discover, interpret and

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Has Spring Really Sprung

Although Spring officially sprung when it was scheduled to, the winter wouldn't quit and so, in Nyack and elsewhere, we were treated to a small snow storm instead. This event used to be quite

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Woman Dine For A Cause In Nyack

Woman Dine for a Cause hits Nyack this month with The Nyack Center being the focus  of their cause.  This event is to take place on Thur. March 26th, 6-8pm at the Nyack Center, 58

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St Patricks Day Parade In Pearl River

As St. Patrick's Day quickly approaches, many maybe getting ready for the Pearl River St. Patrick's Day Parade.  You may think that it is this Sunday March 15th, but it Sunday March 22nd.  

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Toulouse Lautrec Does It Best In NYC

At MoMA's home page, www.moma.org , you will find listed many enticing shows from which to  choose for your especial delight and  education. Go deeper into MoMA&

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Union Restaurant In Haverstraw Event

Kudos to Union Restaurant, in Haverstraw, for hosting their 7th Annual "We Care Event".  This event is Union's way of giving back, by offering a buffet meal to those who have been hard hit by

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Late Lookers For Valentines Day

I know. I know! It happens to all of us at some time or another! Time passes as it usually does and then, all of a sudden, it speeds up like a race car being driven by a maniac at the Indy 500. And

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Laughter Saves Lives In Blauvelt

Laughter Saves Lives presents a comedy fundraiser for The Rockland County Fire Chief's Association on Feb. 27, 2015, 8:30pm.  This comedy fundraiser will be held at Casa Mia Manor

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The Astro Twins In Upper Nyack

Yes indeed. Ophira and Tali Edut claim Upper Nyack, New York as their place in the Universe right now. These incredibly beautiful identical twins, known as the AstroTwins are professional

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Be There Or Be Square Egon Schiele

Egon Schiele: Portraits. October 9, 2014 through April 20, 2015. Oh what joy! One of my favorite artist of all time (right up there on the pedestal with Rembrandt and Van Gogh, with the same

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Ritas Comes To New City

I am so excited that New City will now have a Rita's, opening in March 2015!  What is Rita's you ask?  Rita's is an ice cream place of sorts, they will offer their famous  

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From Me To You 2015

I hope that 2015 will be a kinder, more gentle year than 2014 has been for many people. There has been financial hardship and severe emotional distress all around the world. Turmoil and,

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Christmas Eve In New City

Looking to attend a Christmas Eve service today?  Please consider joining us for  a Blessed Christmas,  St. John's Episcopal Church, 365 Strawtown Rd., New City.  

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Soup Angels In Nyack

Soup Angels in Nyack, an all volunteer, donation based non-denominational, non-profit group held their 8th Annual Thanksgiving Feast on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, for any hungry person

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Andy Golub Comes To Nyack

Watch out Nyack, Andy Golub is coming home!!  If you don't know who Andy Golub is, you certainly know his work.  Golub is known for his controversial style of art, live bodypainting.  

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Making A Splash Droplet By Droplet

You may have heard of Planet Water, a United States non-profit development organization devoted to bringing clean water to the world's most disadvantaged communities through the installation of

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The Little Train Station In Piermont

50 Ash Street, Piermont, New York.  Telephone. 1-845-398-2313. Coordinates  41.04152*N 73.91837*WNo longer in existence, the first train station in Piermont, New York, located on the

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Holiday Lights Of Nyack

The holidays are quickly approaching, so you better get ready.  To kick off the holiday season, come on out to Veteran's Park in Nyack, corner of Main St. and Cedar St on Dec. 6th, from 4-6pm.

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Woman Dine For A Cause In Montebello

Wow, is all I can say about the event that Woman Dine for a Cause  provided. Last night, Woman Dine for a Cause held it's 2nd event at my listing at 603 Haverstraw Rd, Montebello.  This

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The Iconic Hand House Is Handed On

In 1856, the architect and builder  Azariah Ross acquired the land where he built this enduring great home  from Garrett Tallman for $5,000.- dollars. Ross had many interests in many of

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Women Dine In Montebello

Dine for a Cause!  Join Women Dine on Wednesdays for this bi-monthly series of inspirational, fun-filled Wednesdays with smart, community-minded womewn to dine-in for a cause. On Nov.12th at

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Blood Donors And Platelet Donors Needed

There is an urgent need for people to not only donate blood, but to donate platelets. According to the New York Blood Center, the hospitals that they serve have an EMERGENCY need for platelet.

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Matisse At MOMA Heaven On Earth

Henri Matisse- The Cut- Outs- opens today, Sunday October 12, 2014 and will be up until February 8, 2015. This exhibition could be the long waited for sequel to the large Matisse retrospective

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The Leaves Are Turning

I am sure that all of you have noticed a certain nip in the air, a general cooling off of the air, bringing with it scattered- hopefully soft- showers and of course with that slight chill, you

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Brickhouse Food And Drink In Nyack

The Playhouse Market in Nyack has re opened as Brickhouse Food and Drink, located at 20 S. Broadway, Nyack, NY.  This restaurant is a Barbecue Restaurant, Gastropub and Pizza Place.  

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House Party For Water

Local musicians say NO to Desal on September 28th. There is still time for you to buy your ticket on  the website below. This is a wonderful fundraiser for the Rockland Water Coalition in their

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Bambini Childcare And UPK In New City

Looking for a Universal Pre Kindergarten (UPK) program where your child can stay all day?? Well Bambini Childcare in New City fits the bill.  Bambini  Childcare can provide a pre

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Oh Joy Pottery Up Next

Pottery is coming up sooner than you think. I know I always talk about the pottery sale at The Art School At Old Church. It is one of the high points I make sure to hit in the Autumn and in the

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New City Street Fair 2014

The New City Street Fair, will be held this Sunday Aug. 31st. from 10am-5pm.  The street fair will happen rain or shine, but looks like it should be a good day.  The fair will be on South

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Is Summer Already Slipping Away

Today it kind of feels like the end of summer is right around the corner. And for the past couple of nights it has been perfect sleeping weather in Nyack, in my little part of the world. So perfect

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The Beach At Pier 701 In Piermont

"The Beach" is open at Pier 701!  The other night I went to dinner at Pier 701 in Piermont.  I thought with the cool weather coming, sooner than I had hoped, we better get there before it

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Whats New And Old At The Met

Well it is really old- from 1615- 1868, but fairly new at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The  Flowereing of Edo Period Painting, Japanese Masterworks from the Feinberg Collection has been on

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Walking To The Beats In Nyack Today

The 2nd Annual Percussive and World Music and Dance Festival is TODAY- July 26- all day and all night and all FREE! All over Nyack, up Main Street, North and South Broadway, Memorial Park- upper and

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Playhouse Market In Nyack A Great Place To Dine

What a unexpected delight my husband and I found last Saturday night.  It was a nice night, and decided that we wanted to eat outside.  It was on the late side, so we knew some of the

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4th Of July Activites In Nanuet

Get ready for fireworks and a concert Clarkstown residence.  Thursday, July 3rd at the Nanuet High School, 103 Church St., Nanuet you can enjoy a great family night.  Starting at 6pm-9pm

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Where Have All The Hummingbirds Gone

Sung to the tune of... Where have all the flowers gone? Unfortunately the hummingbirds are not quite in sync with the Global Warming of our planet Earth. Actually, the glacier lily, a tall, willowy

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The Demise Of The Passenger Pigeon 1914

I was listening to the radio in my car (NPR)  while driving to one of my appointments today and heard the terribly sad story of the passenger pigeon, and of the only one who's stuffed

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CVS Pharmacy In Bardonia

CVS is coming to Bardonia.  Construction is well underway at the corner of Rte 304 and Bardonia Rd.  The old strip  mall is coming down, making way for a new CVS.  There has been

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Enjoying The Hudson River

Another wonderful day enjoying the Hudson River.  Whether you are hiking along the river, or boating on the river, the views are spectacular.  Last summer my husband and I went kayaking on

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Jimmys Team In Bardonia

For the past few years, I have driven by Albertus Magnus High School in Bardonia and noticed a sign "Jimmy's Place".   I attended soccer games, lacrosse games there and always,

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Take A Walk With Me Through History

There is a lot you can learn just by walking down a street and then up another. If you look for Historical markers, and you can walk and think at the same time (Sort of like patting your tummy while

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Wave Hill Surfing In The Bronx

It always pulls me in with all of it's exquisite prettiness and seduces me with it's complete and joyful sense of peace. To be in the natural world, walking and observing spring bursting into bloom

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School Vote In Clarkstown

Today is your day to be heard. Vote YES for the Clarkstown Central School District Budget.  The polls will be open from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM.  This is your opportunity to make a difference,

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Twilight At Number Fifty Three

I thought that it would be nice for a change to take it easy regarding my blog and all of the endless and endlessly fascinating information I share with you.  You might have, by now, come

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Nyack Will Be Blooming Soon

Waiting, waiting, waiting for Spring to arrive. For the warmth of the sun to kiss my face and soft breezes to ruffle my hair. Soon, soon, soon... I am actually glad that I haven't gotten around to

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Holy Week In New City NY

As Holy Week approaches, St. John's Episcopal Church in New City, offers several services.  Maundy Thursday Service will be at 7:30pm, with Holy Eucharist and washing of the feet. The youth of

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Michaels On Main In New City

Last Friday night, a few of my friends and myself decided to check out the new restaurant in New City, Micheal's on Main.  Since it is so new, I wasn't able to find the phone number on line,

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Pearl River St Patricks Day Parade

This Sunday, March 23, 2014 at 1:30pm, marks the start of the 52nd Rockland County St. Patrick's Day Parade in Pearl River, NY.  The parade is the second largest St. Patrick's Day Parade in New

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The Islands Of Key West At NYBG

In the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory at the New York Botanical Gardens, the living design inspiration is based strictly on a particular Key West estate garden. The most exotic and  astonishingly

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It Starts At Seven

The Oscars are looming large on my horizon. I've seen all of the movies and I am prepared. I have my picks with very, very good (albeit sometimes very convoluted) reasons why) and I can't wait to

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Sufferns Lafayette Theatre Celebrates 90 Years

Lafayette Theatre in Suffern, NY will be hosting their Gala 90th Anniversary Celebration on Sunday March 2, 2014.  The celebration will include the 75th edition of the Wizard of Oz in 3-D. ;

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The Stone Barn Center At Pocantico Hills

Think ahead and get your tickets for- Foraged: A Wild Edibles Walk and Taste on March 23, 2014 at the Stone Barn Center For Food and Agriculture at 630 Bedford Road, Pocantico Hills, New York,.

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Pearl Rivers Pucci In Sochi

Pearl River's Josephine Pucci and the Woman's Hockey team will be taking on Canada, their arch rivals, tomorrow at 7:30am.  They have already beat Finland 3-1 and Switzerland 9-0, but tomorrow

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A Little History And Traditions Of Valentines Day

Valentines Day goes all the way back to Ancient Rome and the Early Christians and as an observance, Valentines Day goes back to the High Middle Ages.Well, the day is really called St. Valentine's

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Thursday In Review January 30 Piermont And Nyack

This is that time of year when we have already become sick and tired of this extraordinary new phenomenon called The Polar Vortx and pray that hope springs eternal in that spring will come sooner

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Y Z Kami At Gagosian In The City

The current exhibition on view at the Gagosian Gallery at 980 Madison Avenue, NY, NY, 10075 is incredibly beautiful, and has such a positive spiritual presence that, just for your own peace of mind,

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Pearl River Athlete Goes To Sochi Russia

Josephine Pucci, of Pearl River, NY, will be heading to Sochi, Russia with the 2014 USA Woman's Olympic Hockey Team. Josephine grew up in Pearl River and played youth hockey for the Ramapo Saints.

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New Years Eve In Haverstraw

This year a large group of us decided to spend New Year's Eve in Haverstaw. What a great way to ring in 2014, The Hudson Water Club in Haverstraw and The Mighty Spectrum Band.  Hudson Water

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Narcissus According To Aubrey Flowers In Piermont NY

Lynne Aubrey, proprietoress of Aubrey Flowers and Goods in Piermont, NY sells extraordinarily beautiful objects d'art, and other most useful items for the garden and the house. I adore her.

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The Art Of Eyewear In Nyack

I will always be grateful for the day I discovered Meg Yong and her elegant yet funky Optical Shop right in the center of Nyack. Her clients range from the East Coast to the West Coast and

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New City Church Offers Christmas Eve Services

Christmas Eve is almost here, are you looking for a place to attend church to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ?  St. John's Episcopal Church, 365 Strawtown Rd. in New City offers 2 services

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The Shops At Nanuet

Today, while it was snowing, my daughter and I went to The Shops at Nanuet.  I thought to myself, besides us, who would to be outside shopping on a snowy day? Well, I was surprised to see that

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Deck All The Halls With Matzoh Balls

Most of us have recovered somewhat from all the indulgences (PURE GLUTTONY) of our Thanksgiving celebrations with family or friends or families AND friends- or helping out at a soup kitchen. Soup

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Brushfire Raises Controversy On Clausland Mountain

As more science and technology is developed and generated from more and more in depth research in the area of Climate Change and Global Warming- Just ask Wally Broeker at Lamont Dougherty Earth

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Turkey Trot At Rockland Lake State Park

Join the fun and help a wonderful cause.  The Rockland Road Runners'  Club, will be hosting once again, a 5 Mile Turkey Trot for The Marisa Fund on Thanksgiving morning.  This event

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Winter Wonderland At Down To Earth In Pomona

The weather outside may not be quite frightful yet, but that doesn't mean that the holidays aren't coming.  This Saturday, Nov. 9th, Down to Earth nursery in Pomona, NY will be kicking off the

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Burger Loft In New City Back On Tap

"The Tap is Back".  This is what you will see on Burger Loft's facebook page.  Burger Loft in New City has not had been serving alcohol since the summer.  In August, I went to Burger

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Imran Qureshi Miniatures And The Roof Garden Commissionn

This is the first large scale installation in the United States  by the artist Imran Qureshi (born 1972, Hyderabad, Pakistan). In the spills of paint are the inspiration  he uses to create

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This Is One Of My Favorites

One of my favorite shows is coming up soon and it's NOT on Broadway! When the snap of Fall becomes apparent and a damp chill starts to get into your bones, and all you can think about is a hot cup

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Great Hike From Nyack To Piermont

What a great day to hike from Nyack to Piermont.  It was suppose to be a rainy day, but when I woke up and the sun was shining, I knew we needed to take advantage of this beautiful day, a bonus

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Frances Wells Harvest Moon

My friend, the artist Frances Wells, is a person I can talk about endlessly and promote to my hearts desire. Simply put, I love her work. The Piermont Straus Gallery and Bookstore in Piermont is

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Pomona Offers Flu Vaccine

How can it already be time to be thinking of flu shots?  Even though we are enjoying these last few days of summer weather, it is also time to start thinking about getting your flu shot.  

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Rockland Restaurants Rally For Safe Water

Dozens of Rockland County Restaurants are joining together to raise funds to help the Rockland Water Coalition in it's fight against United Water's proposed Hudson River Desalination Plant to ensure

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Congers Elementary School BOE Meeting

Whether your are a parent of a Congers Elementary student or not, you should attend this meeting. Thurs., Sept. 12, 8pm at the Board of Education, 62 Old Middletown Rd., New City.  What is

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Admission Is Free And The Public Is Invited

Save the day- Sunday, September 8th, 2013, 5:00 pm for a most beautiful concert in memory of the victims and heroes of September 11th.  The performance will be at the Grace Episcopal Church,

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See Ken Price Retrospective At The Metropolitan Museum

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New City Farm is back to Farming

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Gone to the Dogs...

So we adopted a puppy! Yep well he is a big puppy but a puppy nonetheless. Two things I learned: one hire a dogwalker at least for a little while. It takes the pressure off! And if you get the

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For many years Rockland County has offered numerous retail sources for organic produce and helath food related items.The Fellowship Community in Chestnut Ridge was established in the 1950s as a

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I have been riveted to the stories coming from Japan. Without any real connections to the country except a deep love of the culture, the food the art, I found myself trying to find some way to.

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New City fix nears strartup

The Journal News reported today, that the "long-delayed, much-anticipated reconstruction of New Hempsead Rd. might begin during the spring." I had no idea that this project was approved by the

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With spring around the corner, I want to remind everyone of the newly revamped and cleaned up Hudson river walking and bike trail that connects the base of Main St. (left down the hill, not Civile)

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When the Guggenheim was built in the 1950's the Tappan-Zee Bridge from Nyack had just been finished. The Museum as many know was Built By Frank Lloyd Wright (although he never saw it completed) an

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Living in Rockland County in Tappan; formerly in Nyack and Congers. I have found the proximity to the city and its arts and cultural programs are an incredible resource. So I am going to continue to

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Good afternoon everybody! How are you today? Just like I promised, I am back in the full swing and that means time for a February real estate market snapshot, of

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Recently, the Clarkstown Hockey Club held a fundraiser at The Clubhouse in New City. The fundraiser was to benefit a scholarship in memory of Clarkstown High School

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Good afternoon everybody! How are you today? I just wanted to check in real quick and let all of my

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