At a tea shop for Myanmar exiles, songs from home and resistance in the air     This artist covered his mansion in doodles, fulfilling a childhood dream     Ukraine hammers Russian forces into retreat on east and south fronts      At a tea shop for Myanmar exiles, songs from home and resistance in the air     This artist covered his mansion in doodles, fulfilling a childhood dream     Ukraine hammers Russian forces into retreat on east and south fronts      U.K. facing massive train strikes, in new blow to Liz Truss’s government      Ukraine live briefing: Kyiv breaks through in south and east; Putin set to formalize illegal annexations     North Korea fires ballistic missile over Japan, prompting evacuation order      At a tea shop for Myanmar exiles, songs from home and resistance in the air     This artist covered his mansion in doodles, fulfilling a childhood dream     Ukraine hammers Russian forces into retreat on east and south fronts      At a tea shop for Myanmar exiles, songs from home and resistance in the air     This artist covered his mansion in doodles, fulfilling a childhood dream     Ukraine hammers Russian forces into retreat on east and south fronts      U.K. facing massive train strikes, in new blow to Liz Truss’s government      Ukraine live briefing: Kyiv breaks through in south and east; Putin set to formalize illegal annexations     North Korea fires ballistic missile over Japan, prompting evacuation order      
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HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO: ‘Made in New York: The Art of Wood’ exhibit opens at the Art Association 08-20-21
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for FRIDAY, AUGUST 20

‘Made in New York: The Art of Wood’
exhibit opens at the Art Association

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OPENING RECEPTION – 5 – 7 p.m. Celebrate opening of ‘Made in New York: The Art of Wood’ a fine craft invitational exhibit. Also opening is the ‘Daily Draw: Revisited.’ On show 8/20 thru 9/24. Cooperstown Art Association. 607-547-9777 or visit www.cooperstownart.com

2 Dozen Concerned Citizens Discuss Oneonta Theater Fate

2 Dozen Concerned Citizens

Discuss Oneonta Theater Fate

Meg Hungerford, City of Oneonta finance director, advises two dozen people concerned about the fate of the Oneonta Theater that supporters should develop a plan of action if they want City Hall to help them in seeking grants and annual CFA state funding. The citizens had gathered at a “Community Conversation” this morning at the Oneonta History Center, concerned about reports that theater owner Tom Cormier, who has had the property on the market for the past year, is running out of patience.  Full details in this week’s Hometown Oneonta, on newsstands tomorrow afternoon.  (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
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