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Local News

  • Granville Man Found Dead After Motorcycle Crash

    Police say a Granville man was found dead on the side of a road after being reported missing Friday. 63 year old Lawrence Feola had been on his motorcycle on State Route 149 from Granville to Hartford. At some point, the friend noticed that Feola was no longer in sight and became concerned. The friend […]

  • Free Fishing Weekend Upcoming

    Governor Cuomo announced Monday that Saturday, June 26 and Sunday, June 27, is a Free Fishing Weekend in New York State, the second of six Free Fishing Days recognized across the state each year. During designated free fishing days, New York residents and non-residents are permitted to fish for free without a fishing license. Participating […]

  • NY Announces Camper Loyalty/Reward Program

    DEC has announced the first-ever Camper Loyalty/Reward Program for overnight stays at state campgrounds across New York. The introduction of the new Loyalty program coincides with the opening of the nine-month online reservation window for the 2022 Camping Season. The new Loyalty program will allow visitors to earn points for every dollar spent on overnight […]

  • The SLEEP Act In New York

    If you’ve ever been rattled by loud cars or motorcycles, there’s a new measure in New York aimed at bringing you some relief. The Stop Loud and Excessive Exhaust Pollution (SLEEP) Act specifically bans selling or installing devices that increase the sound of a muffler on a motor vehicle or motorcycle. It would also increase […]

Today in Country Music History

  • On this day June 22, 2011

    Glen Campbell announced he has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. This news came five months after Campbell announced his retirement from the music business.

Community Calendar

  • Principessa Elena Society Monthly Take-Out Dinner

    Dinner to go from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. on Friday, June 25. Menu: Macaroni with sauce; Meatballs with sauce; Sausage with Sauce; Salad; Italian Bread and Butter. This will likely be the last dinner until September. Principessa Elena Society is located at 13-Oak Street.

  • Film: Brasslands (2013)

    BRASSLANDS spotlights the rhythm and excitement of World Music as it chronicles the Zlatne Uste Brass Band en route from Brooklyn to an international trumpet festival in Guča, Serbia. As a special treat, two members of the band will be on hand to introduce the film and relay some unique experiences of attending the festival and serving as the focus of an independent documentary.

    at The Sembrich
  • Zlatne Uste Balkan Brass Band

    Take a musical tour of the Balkan region with North America’s premier Balkan brass band! This lively performance features wedding music from South Serbia, a traditional table song from Bulgaria, and melodies from the Roma in Serbia and Macedonia, as well as songs and dances from around the Balkans. This outdoor afternoon promises lively rhythms and upbeat melodies in an energizing, toe-tapping performance. Founded in 1983, Zlatne Uste is the premier Balkan Brass Band in North America, whose repertoire spans the most important stops in the traditional music of the Balkans -- Serbia, Macedonia, Bulgaria and Romany traditions. The band has played with the late singer Šaban Bajramovic and many other legendary Roma musicians from Eastern Europe. Zlatne Uste is a six-time invited guest at the Dragačevo Brass Festival in Guča, Serbia, who represented the United States in the first International Competition at Guča in 2010 is and featured in the documentary film Brasslands. Sponsored by Touba Family Foundation

    at The Sembrich
  • The Lark Ascending: Violin and Nature

    Experience the beauty of nature with violin virtuosa Kinga Augustyn, from singing birds in the soul-captivating Lark Ascending by Ralph Vaughan Williams to the shimmering water of Karol Szymanowski’s La Fontaine d'Arethuse and the Japanese cherry blossoms of Yui Kitamura’s Yumezakura. The program includes Bela Bartók’s “Romanian Folk Dances,” Gershwin’s “Summertime,” and Pablo de Sarasate’s “Gypsy Aires.” Born in Poland, New-York based Augustyn has performed at venues across Asia, Europe, and the United States including Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She completed undegraduate and graduate degrees at The Juilliard School and received a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Stony Brook University. Augustyn first appeared at The Sembrich in 2016 and was a featured performer in our 20/20: Virtual Visionaries Summer Festival. Sponsored by Alfred Z. Solomon Charitable Trust

    at The Sembrich

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