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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Richard Quinn quinn@modernmetro.com

GRAPHICS & LAYOUT Andrew Blau

PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS Jesse Frayne, Mike Lombardi, Alex Hausner, Jaclyn Falk PHOTOGRAPHY BY Richard Quinn, Carolyn Magnani, and John Prizzi MMZ AD SPACE IS NOW AVAILABLE Contact us at info@modernmetro.com for specs + special pricing CONTRIBUTORS Laurie Lago Rispoli, Jesse Frayne, Alex Hausner, Cora Harrell, Star Blossom Goddess, Carolyn Magnani, Richard Quinn SUBMISSIONS Send articles, annoucements + listings to info@modernmetro.com

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distributed online at modernmetro.com + rocklandworldradio.com modernmetrozine is a quarterly digital publication. our content cannot be reproduced - ask us first. Š 2011 modern metro studios 94 Main Street Nyack, New York 10960

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“sweet spring is your

but shining who by thousands mean

time is my time is our

only one amazing thing

time for springtime is lovetime and viva sweet love

(secretly adoring shyly tiny winging darting floating

(all the merry little birds are

merry in the blossoming

flying in the floating in the

always joyful selves are singing)

very spirits singing in are winging in the blossoming)

sweet spring is your time is my time is our

lovers go and lovers come

time for springtime is lovetime

awandering awondering

and viva sweet love�

but any two are perfectly

E.E. Cummings

alone there’s nobody else alive (such a sky and such a sun i never knew and neither did you and everybody never breathed quite so many kinds of yes) not a tree can count his leaves each herself by opening 6

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table of contents Media Mashup by Alex Hausner

Let’s Talk About it Cora by Cora Harrell

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Wild Children

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Dog Sees God

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Where Have All The Blue Birds Gone?

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by Laurie Lago Rispoli

Spotlight on Local Farming

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CSA Shares Available for 2013 Season

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Earth Day 2013: The Face of Climate Change

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table of contents Nyack Village Theatre Goes To the Hard Rock Cafe

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photos by Carolyn Magnani

Nyack Village Theatre Events

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Nyack Village Theatre Schedule Of Events

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Rockland World Radio Program Guide

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[local Internet broadcast leader] is gearing up for Rockland World Radio itsthe10th season. No small task, considering the hold traditional media has had in convincing the public they’re the only game in town. The Internet will no longer be looked upon as a passing phase - digital is here to stay. Worldwide, the broadcasting industry is being turned on its head by the Internet. It’s no different locally, where technological advances — online and otherwise — are taking place at an unprecedented pace and leaving a wave of uncertainty in their wake. But it’s all about opportunity, not catastrophe. “For advertisers there’s the ability to better target audiences online where they are better defined. Financial people have a better idea of how their budgets are being used. For consumers there’s the ability to watch or listen to programming whenever and wherever they want — they decide, guided in some form by broadcasters. Nothing illustrates this more effectively than the rise of YouTube, now owned by Google. Take the stats: YouTube receives approximately 2 billion views a day — more than double the prime-time audience of the three major American TV networks combined. Last year more than 13 million hours of video were uploaded to the site, and 35 hours of video are uploaded every minute. Put another way, more video is uploaded to YouTube in 60 days than the three major American networks have created in 60 years.

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ELLLLLLLLLL it is spring time again ladies and gentleman and we are in for a great season of programming and all other sorts of shenanigans. The last article I wrote was for the winter edition of MMZ. That was a very good freaking article. We have increased in episodes and Media Mashup has almost existed for a year. A YEAR?! 365 Days! 52 Weeks! That is a long ass time. We at Media Mashup are very grateful to have fans like yourselves. SO. BIG NEWS HERE FROM MEDIA MASHUP. Alex “The Greatest Radio Show Host Ever Sold” Hausner got into Hofstra University and soon will get into Boston University, George Washington University, Northwestern University and Clown College. Yeah, I said it, clown college. It is a very prestigious school. Soon, I will show whichever college I choose that I am indeed the GREATEST RADIO SHOW HOST EVER SOLD. They will be amazed, I know it already. ON THE MUSIC FRONNNTTTT. Justin “Sexy Back” Timberlake had just released his new album, The 20/20 Experience and it is terrific. He brings his old NSYNCness back to his voice. Kidding, NSYNC is still irrelevant. Anyways, Timberlake is back and we all love him for it. Little Wayne or “Lil Wayne” almost died recently. The dude is still taking lots of drugs. He reminds me of Charlie Sheen, just Wayne doesn’t have Tiger Blood like Sheen has. Classic Shenanigans there, amirite?!?!?!?!?! ITS MOVIE TIME! BEN AFFLECK DID NOT WIN AN OSCAR FOR BEST DIRECTOR. Thats a load of bullshit, but he did win for best film, which was awesome. Jennifer Lawerence is the funniest female in the whole entire world, just ask Meryl Streep. He ended up winning Best Actress, which was a no brainer. After the awards, she was asked stupid questions by the press. What else is new. OH! IRONMAN THREE IS COMING AGAIN! YEAH TONY STARK AND THE SHIELD AND RON BURGANDY! Well thats all time we have here. The Mayor of Nyack is in need of Alex Hausner again. This time she wants Alex Hausner to go on a mission to North Korea and bring Dennis Rodman back, dead or alive. Preferably alive. Wish me luck! Tune into Media Mashup at Rocklandworldradio.com on Mondays at 4. Alex Hausner Media Mashup Superstar 12

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THE YOUTHOLOGY HOUR A group of teenagers presenting the urban world of Hip Hop. We have been live since 2010, showcasing many artists and small buisness owners. No Mercy Squad (the group behind the show) is a Hip Hop/ Rap group live representing the Bronx. Lucky 7, the main lead in group (also the Host on show), has interviewed a serious amount of artists, LIL Q (Live Engineer/ Videographer) along with G-Netics (third member). NMS Youthology Hour is from 7-8 pm eastern New York Time, Broadcasting Live On www.RocklandWorldRadio.com.

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INDEPENDENT INDEPENDENT INDEPENDENT

Mondays @ 3pm

Want new music? Hear it on Rockland World Radio! Listen live or check out the archive page! Got new music? Get it played! Send submissions to music@rocklandworldradio.com - Punk - Indie - Folk - Jazz - Rock - Hip/Hop -

Local | National | International

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LISTEN LIVE RocklandWorldRadio.com Wednesday @ 9pm Cora Harrell officially celebrated the launch of her radio show ÒTalk About It Cora!!!!!Ó and birthday at RocklandWorldRadio where she talks about beauty, fashion, celebrity and glamour. Cora is not only the Host of her own show, she is the Co-producer/Editor of her own column right here in MMZ. Cora gives backstage tips on beauty as well as talks about the new hot seasonal trends. Cora Harrell is also a Celebrity Hairstylist. Cora specializes in hair weaving, extravagant up dos and high fashion runway styles.

Cora has been a licensed NYS cosmetologist since 1995. Reputable and reliable Cora began working in the salon and soon after began working with celebrity photographers and designers for photo shoots, high fashion runway shows, installations, etc. Eager to promote her unique skills Cora joined WhoÕs WhoÕs to extend her eponymous brand services. Not stopping there, Cora realized she wanted to provide quality service worldwide, which brought her to RocklandWorldRadio.com modernmetrozine

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Fashion Week Of Spring/Summer 2013 brought out some of the most talented designers beyond compare, everyone presenting their own individuality of flare and flavor: Celebrity Designer Adrian Alicea held his exclusive showcase at 160 Central Park West, Corner of 76th St, Landmark of the park. The theme was called ÒChrysalisÓ inspired by his perceptions of the universe. Cocktails and hors deÕ oeurves where served, there where special guest performances as well as celebrity friends and socialites, that appeared in the posh atmosphere. Adrian Alicea has been featured on the Ellen Degeneres show, Fox 5 and other tv shows. His work can also be viewed in Vogue Russian, Instyle and Marie Claire. Always putting his best foot forward this reserved and humble young man has a fashion sense beyound extravagant!!!!!! Adrian is self taught......Yes! Blessed and gifted. Raising eyebrows and creating a buzz in the media that a fly swatter cant kill. Everything his hands touch, a transformation of personal design, is made just for you. His exclusive clients consist of Zoe Saldana, Linda Evangelista, Blanca Soto, Marilyn Manson, India.Arie, Nick Cannon and Paris Hilton. Gracing The runway of his own unique showcase was The Plus Size Super Model Christina Mendez(seen on BET Rip the Runway 2013), and Karen & Rizzo from VH1Õs mob wives. The show was hosted by Fidel Vicioso of Law and Order. To follow the latest on Adrian you can go to his website. **Celebrity Desinger Adrian Alicea Ceo/Model/Photograher/Dancer www.adrianalicea.com Bookings: PR @ Marketing Director Yvonne Forbes Yvonne@ adrianalicea.com

Buyers: PR @ Marketing Manager Evelyn Rivera Evelynr@adrianalicea.com Adrian Alicea Spring/Summer 2013 “Hybrids of the Deep Blue Sea” Road to NYCFW www.youtube.com modernmetrozine

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Tuesdays @ 8pm Only On Rockland’s newest pop culture critic shares news and reviews on music, movies, tv shows and Internet media.

brought to you by Greg’s Auto Body & Mr. Plumber

www.rocklandworldradio.com

MONDAY’S @ 4:00 pm www.rocklandworldradio.com

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VINCENT PASTORE’S “WILD CHILDREN” TO PREMIERE AT NYACK VILLAGE THEATRE. TAPPAN PRODUCTIONS in association with the NYACK VILLAGE THEATRE presents an original play by VINCENT PASTORE WILD CHILDREN Nyack, New York (March 26, 2013) - Vincent Pastore (The Sopranos, Malavita) and local actor/filmmaker Paul Borghese (HBO’s 61*, Malavita), team up again after their successful sold out run of their Off-Broadway production of Louis LaRusso’s Tony Award Nominated “Lamppost Reunion” but this time with an original play by Pastore. Wild Children premieres in scenic Nyack on thewww.nyackvillagetheatre.com Hudson at Nyack Village Theatre on April 12, 2013. Directed by Richard Quinn, produced by Paul Borghese and co-produced by Brooke Malloy. This Hollywood-Meets-Hudson Valley production will star former “Sopranos” alumn Al Sapienza and Anthony J. Ribustello along with Rocco Parente (Boardwalk Empire), Peter Evangelista (The Rascals Once Upon a Dream) and Sam Waymon (Ganja and Hess). Together they will join local actors Steve Zarro, Dana Duff, Wes Laga, Jonathan Baldwin, Ted Odell, Shana Lin, Leigh Pupps, Vincent Cueva, Warren Bub, and Joe DeSpirito. Runs April 12, 13, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27 at 8pm and April 14, 21, 28 at 3pm. Tickets $25 online at www.nyackvillagetheatre.com or $30 @ door with Reservations suggested. The Nyack Village Theatre is located at 94 Main Street, Nyack, NY 10960 Synopsis: Wild Children is a riveting story about a man and his dreams, but also his demons. Set in a Westchester bar and filled with very real and interesting characters from wise guys to blues singers, from drug dealers to strippers, and how they effect the bar owner’s judgment. If you would like more information on this show, to make a reservation to review it or to schedule an interview with Mr. Pastore, Mr. Borghese, Mr. Quinn or the cast, please contact: Brooke Malloy at 201-647-3156 or email brookemal@verizon.net. Please visit www.nyackvillagetheatre.com for more information and online ticketing. 28

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Don’t Miss 2013 VCS Programs

gaypriderockland.org ~ 845 634-5729 x307 Sat April 20, 8pm - Cabaret with Anne Steele Join Anne for a very different kind of evening . . . As she goes back to where she came from with an intimate look at her inspirations, challenges and triumphs all with only voice and piano. $25 Advance, $30 Door. Nyack Center, 58 Depew, Nyack. Cash Bar, Merchandise for Sale Doors at 7:30pm ~ Tix at www.gaypriderockland.org

Sun June 2, 1 - 5pm - Art Exhibit & Sale to Benefit VCS

Gay Pride Rockland

Opening Gala Artist’s Reception featuring light fare, wine and champagne. FREE! Everyone Welcome! Artists from Rockland County and surrounding communities: At RoCA ~ Rockland Center for the Arts, 27 S. Greenbush Road, West Nyack. Exhibit runs through June 16

Sun June 9, Noon - 5pm VCS GAY PRIDE ROCKLAND FREE! Family Friendly! Balloons, Face Painting, Supervised Children’s Art and other Activities, 22’ Slide, Bouncers, Wonderful Street Vendors and more. Featuring: Art of Stepping (AOS) is dedicated to the fight against childhood obesity and fights the growing epidemic through this unique art form that utilizes the body as an instrument to produce rhythms and sounds through hand claps, spoken word, and footsteps.

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Robert S. Lewis Law Offices, P.C. Specializes in Divorce, Bankruptcy, & all other legal services

53 Burd Street Nyack NY 10960-3220 Phone: 845-358-7100 Fax: 845-353-6943

visit www.modernmetro.com for more info

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“The Lighthouse” (voice of Spirit) Join Star Blossom Goddess Thursday at 4 o’clock pm on Rockland World Radio The new year is an exciting time for all. It is a time where the energies are helping to awaken and shift the entire planet. That shift includes animals, humans and of course Mother Nature her self. If you are experiencing reminders of your past challengers, not yet healed, it is important that when they come up, to stay in your heart and release any fears to move in trust and love. Everything happens for a reason and knowing that will allow yourself to move to vibrate at a higher frequency in-order to be peaceful.

There is alway some chaos before new great things begin and it is so very important to focus on the new opportunities that come from being in the heart. We have enormous capabilities as the new human of compassion Love awakens. And many will begin to become aware of their spiritual intuitive gifts. Embrace the real you as being divine and release the judgments towards others that only cause separation. Welcome in these new times for it is the Age of Aquarius and it is the time to fly inside ones heart here on the precious home we call Earth.

Join Star Blossom Goddess She will share channeled messages, read inspirational poetry and share her insights on different spiritual issues. There will be guests on future shows who will share their insights and gifts as well.

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Jaclyn Falk www.jaclynfalk.com

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Where have all the blue birds gone? by Laurie Lago Rispoli

Laurie Lago Rispoli, Tappan, Nature Photographer and Master Gardener, Cornell Coop

In the early part of the twentieth century, we saw a decline in the Eastern bluebird when the more aggressive European starlings and house sparrows were introduced to the USA. The 1960’s started an effort to recover the population of this species of bird and people began putting up nesting boxes designed to keep the larger European starlings out. So, let’s look at this bird a little closer: The male Eastern bluebird is royal blue on the back and head with a reddish-brown on its breast. While the female is more grey on the head and back with blue tinges on the wings and tail feathers and more subdued reddish-brown feathers on its breast. Bluebirds sleep in nest cavities and on sheltered branches of trees and shrubs. When they are ready to mate, 34

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the male will entice the female to a nesting spot by carrying material in and out of the proposed nest, perching and fluttering his wings. Once the female accepts his invitation, she will create her actual nest which will be constructed loosely of grasses and pine needles and lining it with fine grasses. Here are some suggestions: Have native plantings that will provide fall and winter food. This would include flowering dogwood, American holly, mulberry, juniper, wild grape, blueberry, viburnum and Virginia creeper to name a few. That “weed” you may have in your yard – pokeweed – is also a food source for this bird. You can also put up bluebird houses. If you decide to put up multiple houses, it is suggested that they are 100 yards apart allowing the bluebirds to establish a territory; about 3-6


feet from the ground facing open areas and away from prevailing winds. Having a tree or other suitable perch 40-100 feet away from the house, helps young on their first journeys out of the nest. Houses should be specific for bluebirds. You can check the internet (or books) on bluebird houses, or one of the websites below for more specific information on this bird and their abodes. Install a predator guide below the box to prevent predators from climbing up and a 5” roof overhang to prevent attacks from above. It is also recommended to remove any house sparrow nests that may take up residence. Personally, I let anyone take up residence in my bird houses – which included a flying squirrel one time (you can read my previous blog below “Anyone Home???” on that incident). If you decide to supplement their diet, their preferred food is mealworms, which can be purchased at many stores, including Wild Birds Unlimited and Lowes. They may occasionally eat shelled sunflower, safflower and peanut chips, but they do not usually eat birdseed. Suet may be a lifesaver for them in the cold winter months when their natural diet of berries and insects are scarce, but you may have to coax them to the suet. You can do this by crumbling the suet into bite sized

pieces and putting it on a platform feeder with mealworms and/or berries that they like. Make sure your suet is tasty by having items like peanut chips, berries and sunflower hearts incorporated it in. Avoid using pesticides on plants in your yard. This is something that is important to help all wildlife and life in general! I hope that this information has been helpful and will encourage you to help bring bluebirds back to your area. For more information, please see the sites listed below. Happy Wildlife Gardening! http://www.allaboutbirds.org/ guide/ Eastern_Bluebird/id http://www.sialis.org/eablbio.htm http://www.audubon.org modernmetrozine

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Spotlight on Local Farming A Well Worth the Wait at Cropsey Community Farm As most farmers will tell you, the basics of growing food are good soil, plenty of sunlight and an ample supply of water. With support from the county and approval from the county department of health, drilling for the irrigation well at Cropsey Community Farm finally began last week, an exciting turning point since plans for the well began in early 2011. “The well is the lifeblood of the farm,” said Mike Clark, an area landscape designer and contractor who has been volunteering his time, equipment and experience to Rockland Farm Alliance on several large projects at the farm over the last few seasons. “Without the water in drought conditions, we could lose the whole crop. It is also essential for expansion into the south field,” Mike continued. Even without drought conditions, it is important to have a way to manage water from a clean, reliable source free of potential contaminants in runoff from Rockland roads and lawns, particularly considering the weather patterns of the last few seasons. “Now when rain comes, it comes heavy. Not soft like it used to,” said Mike. Read more about Mike Clark below. The process to establish a new well requires a plan that abides by strict regulations from the Health Department, a landscape architect, an electrician, a well driller, a plumber, a carpenter and sufficient funding. 36

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“The strict regulations are another reminder that we, as individuals, need to work in a more environmentally conscious way,” said John McDowell, RFA co-founder and board president. “We began this process several years ago and now that we have approval, we are very blessed to have several angels from the community as part of this process.” For the farm team, the well means they can sleep easier at night, knowing that one of the essential elements for growing produce is within reach of the field. Rockland Farm Alliance would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their time, energy and involvement in the planning and installation of the irrigation well at Cropsey Community Farm: · · · · ·

Mike Clark, Forsite Landscape Design R & H Plumbing Rick Ell Electrical Service Turnbull Well Drilling Associates Frank Barreira, Carpenter

CSA Shares Available for 2013 Season

Join Rockland’s Only Local CSA, Now in its 3rd Season! Do your health a favor and join the Cropsey Community Farm CSA! Enjoy locally grown, organic produce and support local agriculture. Purchase a working share and lend a hand at the farm, or opt for a non-working share and still enjoy the local harvest throughout the 22-week season. For the first time, we are offering an optional extra month of pickups up to Thanksgiving. For more information visit cropseyfarm.org/about/join, call us at 845-634-3167 or email info@rocklandfarm.org. modernmetrozine

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Every year on April 22, more than one billion people take part in Earth Day. Across the globe, individuals, communities, organizations, and governments acknowledge the amazing planet we call home and take action to protect it.

Earth Day 2013: The Face of Climate Change

that our grandchildren may have to solve. But that’s only because they’re still fortunate enough to be insulated from its mounting consequences. Climate change has very real effects on people, animals, and the ecosystems and natural resources on which we all depend. Left unchecked, they’ll spread like wildfire.

Climate change has many faces. A man in the Maldives worried about relocating his family as sea levels rise, a farmer in Kansas struggling to make ends meet as prolonged drought ravages the crops, a fisherman on the Niger River whose nets often come up empty, a child in New Jersey who lost her home to a super-storm, a woman in Bangladesh who can’t get fresh water due to more frequent flooding and cyclones… And they’re not only human faces. They’re the polar bear in the melting arctic, the tiger in India’s threatened mangrove forests, the right whale in plankton-poor parts of the warming North Atlantic, the orangutan in Indonesian forests segmented by more frequent bushfires and droughts… These faces of climate change are multiplying every day. For many, climate change can often seem remote and hazy – a vague and complex problem far off in the distance

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Luckily, other faces of climate change are also multiplying every day. Every person who does his or her part to fix the problem is also a Face of Climate Change: the entrepreneurs who see opportunity in creating the new green


economy, the activists who organize community action and awareness campaigns, the engineers who design the clean technology of the future, the public servants who fight for climate change laws and for mitigation efforts, the ordinary people who commit to living sustainably…

their concerns for the planet, and take action to protect it. We’ll harness that power to show the world The Face of Climate Change. And we’ll call on our leaders to act boldly together, as we have, in this pivotal year. Between now and Earth Day, we’ll collect and display images of people, animals, and places directly affected or threatened by climate change – as well as images of people stepping up to do something about it. We’ll tell the world their stories. But we need your help. We need you to be climate reporters. So, send us your pictures and stories that show The Face of Climate Change. On and around Earth Day, an interactive digital display of all the images will be shown at thousands of events around the world, including next to federal government buildings in countries that produce the most carbon pollution. The display will also be made available online to anyone who wants to view or show it.

On April 22, 2013, more than one billion people around the world will take part in the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day. From Beijing to Cairo, Melbourne to London, Rio to Johannesburg, New Delhi to New York, communities everywhere will voice

Together, we’ll highlight the solutions and showcase the collective power of individuals taking action across the world. In doing so, we hope to inspire our leaders to act and inspire ourselves to redouble our efforts in the fight against climate change.

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Goes to Hard Rock Cafe Light of Day Concert Photos by Carolyn Magnani

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Richard Quinn and Willie Nile

Hard Rock Stage

Gary US Bonds


Richard Quinn, Vincent Pastore, and friend.

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Events Photos by Carolyn Magnani

Dana Duff & Anthony Ribustello

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Vincent Pastore

Smut Busters


Antics Piano Man

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*NOW ON DEMAND* Only on RocklandWorldRadio

“If you’re going to crave anything, crave living life to the fullest. Maximize all you have and squander nothing.”

Cheryl Adler, MS, LCSW, DAPA, FAPA has a private psychotherapy practice in Nyack, NY. She is an OASAS Treatment Provider for New York State. She works with adolescents, and adults, addressing addictions issues, anxiety, depression, life transitions, and chronic illness. Cheryl is the author of “Sober University Your Next Step To Successful Recovery”c2011,iUniverse. She can be reached by phone at 845.358.4652 or visit her website at www. soberuniversity.com or email her at info@soberuniversity.com Cheryl can also be reached at rocklandworldradio.com

NEW PROGRAM JOINS RWR!

Join hosts Liz Benuscak & Lizanne Fiorentino

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New book from writer, Christopher (Kit) Lukas

Featured on Amazon’s Hot New Releases List

SHRINK RAP:

A Guide to Psychotherapy from a frequent flier. is now available in paperback.

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From the author of Blue Genes, comes an easy-to-read anecdotal book from a long-time consumer of psychotherapeutic services, explaining why he fervently believes that psychotherapy can be very helpful to people with emotional problems.

Christopher Lukas is a writer, an Emmy-Award winning television producer & director who, for the past 45 years, has worked primarily for public television. He has produced over 200 hours of programming for the public broadcast station WNET in New York City. Lukas’ has published a number of books, primarily concentrating on both end-of-life matters & writing+producing for broadcast television. 50

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Pep Talk With Preston Pepper *NOW ON DEMAND* only on

Creating Health: Mind, Body & Spirit With host Dr. Ken Davis Discussions of health, healting, spiritual growth & transformation

Tune in to RocklandWorldRadio.com *NOW ON DEMAND*

with tons of other programs

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Check out all the releases from Woodstock Records www.woodstockrecords.com

The long awaited book by Dr. Ken & Lisa Davis. “Climbing Mountains� is now available for purchase. Photos from book signing in Ridgewood, NJ Photo Credit: Richard Quinn

Part guide book for spiritual growth and part inspiring memoir, Climbing Mountains leads the reader on a journey of self discovery. modernmetrozine

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4/05 7:00pm

Open Mic

4/06 6:00pm

Mike Lombardi Spring Fest Load in at 5:30

4/07 3:00pm

Peter Furlan and Neil Alexander

4/12 8:00pm

WILD CHILDREN a new play by Vincent Pastore

4/13 8:00pm

WILD CHILDREN a new play by Vincent Pastore

4/14 3:00pm

WILD CHILDREN a new play by Vincent Pastore

4/19 8:00pm

WILD CHILDREN a new play by Vincent Pastore

4/20 8:00pm

WILD CHILDREN a new play by Vincent Pastore

4/21 3:00pm

WILD CHILDREN a new play by Vincent Pastore

4/25 8:00pm

WILD CHILDREN a new play by Vincent Pastore

4/26 8:00pm

WILD CHILDREN a new play by Vincent Pastore

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Be sure to visit www..nyackvillagetheatre.com for up to date performance schedules


4/27 8:00pm

WILD CHILDREN a new play by Vincent Pastore

4/28 3:00pm

WILD CHILDREN a new play by Vincent Pastore

May 5/18 8:00pm

IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN a new play by Myles West

5/19 3:00pm

IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN a new play by Myles West

5/27 2:00pm

Lottie and the Manatee

June 6/27 8:00pm

Dog Sees God

6/28 8:00pm

Dog Sees God

6/29 8:00pm

Dog Sees God

For booking and rental information Contact the Nyack Village Theatre (845-826-2639)

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Wednesdays @ 3:30pm

Connections with Deborah Turner Healthy Living, Healthy Planet

Tuesdays @ 10pm David Biedny is just a human being who realizes that we’re in a dangerous epoch, and he’s concerned about the denial which is rampant in our society. Complacency is a disease of the soul, and Angry Human is the cure

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MMZ Spring 2013