ALSO just opened on Catskill’s
NOT MOVING out and away, says publisher Roger Coleman, is GreeneLand’s one daily newspaper. Mr Coleman disconfirms rather assured gossip to the effect that a single trans-Hudson newspaper, The Daily Star, will emerge from eradication of the Catskill operation.
SOON TO OPEN on Main Street are Hood & Co. (household furnishings); N & S plumbing supplies; Retriever Roasters (fresh-roasted coffee and tidbits including, we hope, fresh sourdough bread); and an art show called “Sea Graves.” The latter, composed of pictures by Francis Hines, will open Saturday (7/29) at Gallery 384 (=
ALSO IN PROSPECT for
SPEAKING OF CONFECTIONS, GreeneLand writer Paul Smart recently served to Ulster Publishing Group readers (six weeklies) a bit of discourse suggesting (under the headline “
NOT SO SWEET is the court action of accountant Alexander Varga against
MEANWHILE, way out west in the incipient Catskill Commons, Lori Berkowitz is transforming Joey’s Pizza into a full-bore restaurant, Pomodoro’s Italian Eatery. 943-4446.
FARTHER NORTH, on Route 9W, what most recently was Marty Dibble’s Auto Mall is now a refurbished, 1950s-style car sales outlet. Although it’s called Sawyer Motors, it’s run by Macy Siracusano, who’s the daughter of Larry Siracusano, who runs Sawyer [sic.] Chevrolet here and is the brother of Bob Siracusano, who runs the Sawyer [sic.] Daimler/Chrysler dealership in Saugerties. The new Sawyers is worth a visit just for the décor.
NOT EXPANDING, on the other hand, is Lacy Ford (&Mercury&Lincoln&Subaru) of Catskill. A nearly-done deal with
ALSO IN PROSPECT for
COMING EVENTS. For a canvass of coming GreeneLand attractions, check the Calendar in the GreeneLand chamber of commerce’s website: www.greenecounty-chamber.com . Mentioned there are the opening of the Youth Fair (Angelo Canna Park in Cairo, from 9 a.m. Thursday); classical music in Windham and in Round Top; pop music at Dutchmen’s Landing (Thursday night); closing performances, at the Historic Catskill Point warehouse, Friday and Saturday nights, of “Our Town”; and more. (Sorely needed: a comprehensive GreeneLand calendar that includes public meetings, movie offerings and night club acts to the present selection. Good project for the new Chamber manager, along with updating the whole web site.)