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Live music returns to Long’s Park as a way ‘to move forward’ after hiatus | Entertainment

to the park for the first time in nearly two years with an in-person audience. 

The popularseries was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19, preventing people from flocking to the Lancaster city park to enjoy the free weekly concerts. 

Starting with tonight’s performance, David Wauls, president of the Long’s Park Amphitheater Foundation, is looking forward to giving the community an opportunity to move forward from the past year through music.  

“It’s going to be an opportunity for people to get back to enjoying life,” Wauls said. “We have to realize that life does go on…

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Check Out These Vintage Posters for Each National Park

This new book celebrates all 59 national parks with a collection of vintage-inspired posters.

In 2016, Fifty-Nine Parks began a journey of celebrating America’s public lands through poster art. By now, you’ve probably seen its work somewhere; each boldly inked piece celebrates a different aspect of the United States’ natural beauty.

Its new book, The Art of the National Parks, collects its body

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Music returns to gazebo, now located at Children’s Home Memorial Park

NEWARK — Music is again playing at the gazebo, but instead of downtown on the Courthouse Square, the concerts are at the Children’s Home Memorial Park on East Main Street.

The second of four summer concerts will be July 8, when Barefoot McCoy provides the music and Taquitos provides a food truck for the outdoor event, which is 6-9 p.m. at 745 East Main St., the former site of the Licking County Children’s Home.

The first concert was June 17, when Big Bad Stache performed and Poppy’s Roadside Diner supplied the food truck.

More:Newark gazebo reappears 20 months

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Tom Mulroy is building an eco-friendly lifestyle in Hyde Park

Construction is booming along Dutchess County’s Route 9 corridor and one developer who is seizing the moment is Tom Mulroy.

T-Rex Capital Group CEO and Founder Tom Mulroy (left) and his building and design team’s “quarterback,” Larry Boudreau, director of Land Use Development for Chazen Cos., on site in Hyde Park.

Mulroy is planning what he hopes will become a model for others striving to strike a balance between the region’s natural beauty and its inevitable development.

Bellefield at Historic Hyde Park is the name of the live-work-play neighborhood planned for 340 acres of woods across from The Culinary

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