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2020 kept us on our toes. Adapting became a way of life—especially for films and their fans. Part of the adjustment movie lovers had to make was viewing films on VOD and streaming services while only a few enthusiasts ventured out to near-empty theaters. Within that context, here’s a look at the best and the brightest in films—no matter where you saw them. Pictured above on the the left is a screenshot from the film “Hamilton” and on the right is a culmination of various screenshots from the various 2020 films that are reviewed.

A Look Back at Some of the Best Films of the...

By Dwight Brown NNPA Film Critic 2020 kept us on our toes. Adapting became a way of life—especially for films and their fans. Part of the...
Artist Philippe Halaburda, who recently arrived in the Hudson Valley from France via Brooklyn, is exhibiting some of his latest works through April 1st at the AGC Gallery, 65 Liberty Street in Newburgh.

“Spatial Representation of Emotion” Exhibit Open

NEWBURGH - Artist Philippe Halaburda, who recently arrived in the Hudson Valley from France via Brooklyn, is exhibiting some of his latest works through...
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