Monthly Archives: January 2014

Sandy brings state money to Red Hook for local improvements, by George Fiala

At a January 6 committee meeting for the Red Hook portion of NY Rising, almost 100 potential Sandy-related projects were discussed. The meeting took place at PS 15 and was attended by a host of consultants, committee members and other … Continue reading

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The Star-Revue Red Hook wish list for 2014, by George Fiala

This year marks five years of publishing the Star-Revue. I did not grow up in Red Hook, nor did I live here for years and then decide to start a paper. It was shortly after moving my business from one … Continue reading

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Cora Dance’s Red Hook Live, by Kimberly Gail Price

Cora Dance is staging a showcase of varietal talent Red Hook has to offer on Saturday, January 25. The performances encompass a vast array of performance art, all from local talent. Shannon Hummel created Red Hook LIVE to intersect people … Continue reading

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BASIS Independent School’s for-profit strategy, by George Fiala

The initial controversy surrounding the BASIS Independent School stemmed from their under-the-radar approach in entering our community. While they assured a Community Board 6 (CB6) committee that they had done sufficient groundwork, it turned out that very few in the … Continue reading

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