Month: July 2016

Orange County News Roundup, July 20

Entrance to the New York Air National Guard base at Stewart Airport in New Windsor, on June 24, 2016. (Yvonne Marcotte/Epoch Times)   County Legislature Considers One Commissioner for Two Departments Darcie Miller has been acting commissioner of the Department of Social Services (DSS) as well as permanent head of the Health and Mental Health

Theater Reviews: ‘No End of Blame: Scenes of Overcoming’ and ‘Good’

(L–R, Forefront) Soviet comrades (Alexander Burnett, Valerie Leonard, Christopher Marshall, and Christo Grabowski). (L–R, Back) Cartoonist Bela Veracek (Alex Draper) and his cartoon (by Gerald Scarfe) are a little too direct in their political commentary, says Soviet officer (Jonathan Tindle) in “No End of Blame.” (Stan Barouh)   NEW YORK—Potomac Theatre Project is presenting in

Lessons We Learned At Pitti Uomo 89

Checked Tailoring Is Still A Thing If there are two things Pitti types rate, it’s tailoring and gutsy statements. Put them together and you’ve got something they go pretty much pazzo for. Checked tailoring – whether plaids, windowpanes or Prince of Wales – was (not for the first time) front and centre at this season’s

8 Reasons To Be More Like Idris Elba

1. He Knows The Trends That Work For Him Time’s a great teacher. With over four decades under his belt, Elba has learned to trim the fat from his wardrobe, refining it so that timeless staples are kept stocked high and flash-in-the-pan fare is weeded right out. You won’t find any sliders, extreme longline tees