by Marianne Olive Olive’s is hosting a huge fund raiser for the victims of the devastating earthquake in Haiti. Their will be at least 16 acts from 2p until 2a on Sunday Jan 31. We have so much talent at Olive’s and I am pleased that our bands, singers and[...]
by Marianne Olive Olive’s is holding a huge fundraiser on Sunday, January 31st at 5p till 4a. We will have at least eight bands of every genre for all musical tastes, continuously playing throughout the night. It will be the most enormous group of talent all in one big venue.[...]
On Jan 23-34, come in from the cold for a hot time in Nyack.
The Knickerbocker Ice Festival returns to Rockland Lake with award winning ice sculptures from professional international ice artists. Then come to Nyack’s first annual “Fire and Ice” weekend extravaganza at participating restaurants throughout the village.
Nyack, Dec 24 — A singing Santa and his guitar was the center of attraction on Tuesday at The Head Start Holiday Christmas Party Sponsored by Restaurant Row of Rockland.
by Marianne Olive Come one, come all to Olive’s Holiday Party Extravaganza to celebrate our wonderful Nyack Community and get a chance to mix and mingle while you enjoy some lovely food and drink on Monday 12/14. All village employees, Nyack professionals and merchants are welcome. So come and listen[...]
by Marianne Olive After many grueling months of campaigning, debating, forums, fund raisers and political battles, the people of Nyack have chosen their new leaders; Mayor Richard Kavesh, Trustee Jen Laird-White and Trustee Doug Foster. Congratulations to all of you for the hard work and dedication you’ve given during this[...]
by Marianne Olive It’s time to put criticism behind us and start working together like a community. I can’t take all of the negative press, tearing each other apart like a bunch of wild hogs. Let’s try a new approach to Nyack’s problems. Let’s work together to weed the garden,[...]
A cold wet summer threatens our honey bees — and the food and flowers that depend on their good work next Spring. by Marianne Olive After a week of freezing cold, honey bees are clustering, forming a ball around the queen to maintaining her body temperature at a constant 90[...]
by Marianne Olive Crowds of people came to honor of Julie Springman, a longtime waitress at the “Hudson House” on Monday night. Julie, 47, suffered a serious major stroke that left her disabled and no longer able to work or to care for herself. A host of great entertainers came and gave[...]
by Marianne Olive Julie Springman waitressed at Nyack’s Hudson House restaurant for many years until one fateful day when she suffered a severe stroke which left her paralyzed. At age 47, Julie’s life took a sudden change. She was no longer able to work or be independent. After spending several[...]