Members of the internationally-acclaimed ReadNex Poetry Squad will perform in the Great Room, Kaplan Hall 101, on Thursday, October 20, 2011, at 5 pm. During the performance, murals by young local artists will be on display, sponsored by Newburgh Youth Art. A reception will follow the performance.
Through words and music, the ReadNex Poetry Squadentertains audiences nationally and around the globe, uplifting urban communities with their unique style influenced by Hip-Hop, Soul, Latin and Caribbean music.
Newburgh Youth Art encourages the city’s young artists to have their voices heard and facilitates and supports their creative expression.
Cream Vintage is the new retro cousin of Cream Boutique, now on Liberty Street selling vintage and high-end consignment. There’s nothing better than searching for one of a kind finds after brunch or buying a chocolate croissant. You can find everything from Christian Louboutins to Woolrich. Although the store is stylish, I found the items […]
Yesterday new benches were being installed at Safe Harbors Green Park. This is a welcome sight as the park is becoming very popular. This summer a salsa event drew over 600 visitors to the park. People need someplace to sit when they aren’t dancing. The park has become such a wonderful amenity to the community. […]
Newburgh is in the latest issue of New York Magazine (and the Chronogram for that matter). You’ll have to wait till the link is live, or purchase a digital or hard copy if you want to read the full article. It’s been quite encouraging to see positive articles pop up about Newburgh in the recent […]
Come hang out with us! Providing temporary public open space . . . one parking spot at a time. Join us in Newburgh as we create public spaces for all to share. Locations: Broadway & Clark Panja – 15 Liberty St Blacc Vanilla – 197 South St Time: 12-4pm PARK(ing) Day is an annual open-source […]
On September 5 everyone was excited for a movie being filmed in Newburgh staring David Arquette about organized crime in Apalachin in the 1950’s. The crew was set up on Liberty Street with vintage cars. They were also in the town and other parts of the city.