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Darryl Gangloff

A World Full of Stories

Books: ‘A Murder of Crows’

Wassaic, N.Y., resident Terrence McCauley has an entire fictional universe swimming through his head “in a big soup.” As ideas rise to the top, he grabs the nearest device — his phone, his iPad, his computer — and starts to write. 

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Towne Crier Hosts Lúnasa (Before Leaving Pawling)

The Music Scene

It’s settled. After a year of waiting, fans have learned that The Towne Crier, which lost its lease in Pawling, NY, has found a new home in Beacon. But the club’s founder, Phil Ciganer, says the music will continue without interruption while construction of the new Towne Crier in Beacon is underway.
That means that Lúnasa, “the hottest Irish acoustic band on the planet” so named by The New York Times, will kick off its month-long U.S. tour with a performance at the Towne Crier as planned, in Pawling, on Friday, Feb. 22.

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