In My Humble Opinion


Photos by Sierra Gaglione

There really was standing room only for both of Jonathan Fox’s performances at the Delaware Valley Arts Association’s Salon Series in Narrowsburg, NY last weekend.

Standing room only

Those three words, and the accompanying abbreviation (SRO) are what every performer wants to see posted outside the theatre prior to a performance, even though they might jangle one’s nerves on opening night.


TRR photos by Jonathan Charles Fox

Like a gleaming phoenix rising from the ashes, Resorts World Catskills is ushering in a Sullivan County renaissance.

Let the games begin!

Anticipation was the name of the game over the last few days, as the excitement surrounding Resorts World Catskills (RWC) built to a crescendo and its doors were flung open for the first time last Thursday morning.


TRR photos by Jonathan Fox

Fans showered Bethel’s Shlomo Franklin, center, and his band with love during their appearance last Saturday at Cabernet Franks in Parksville, NY.

Stop! In the name of love…

Let’s face it: Valentine’s Day can be rough, and not just for the single folks out there. If one is in a committed relationship of any kind, there’s an inherent expectation of flowers, candy and jewelry sparkling in the candlelight of romantic dinners being held all over the world on February 14th.


TRR photos by Jonathan Charles Fox

Northeastern Regional Finalist Anastasia Gromova calls the ice rink her “second home,” because she has been skating since the age of two.

Skating on thin ice

As I sit at my desk, the rain spatters against the windowpane, eroding the ice and snow that had built up just a few short days ago. Feeling pensive, I can’t help but reflect on the past week, which was both entertaining and thought provoking—centered, in a way, around water.


TRR photo by Jonathan Charles Fox

“Birch fragment IV,” glazed ceramic by Naomi Teppich

With a little help from my friends

So far, 2018 has been a rollercoaster that knows only one direction—and it ain’t up. I might have mentioned having contracted the flu, which began Christmas day and hung in far longer than anticipated, but that issue seems to be fading away.


TRR photos by Jonathan Charles Fox

Knowing that warmer temps will inevitably follow the bone-chilling air that currently presides keeps me going, as I look forward to photographing the endless variety of flowers that dot the landscape of the Upper Delaware River region come spring.

Like sands through the hourglass…

Sitting at my desk trying not to listen to the drip, drip, drip of the kitchen faucet (you all know why) behind me, my mind wanders as I steel myself for the task at hand… cleaning up the desktop files from the previous year and preparing to begin anew.


TRR photos by Jonathan Charles Fox

Father & son duo Michael and Gabriel Schleifer were among the many entertainers at Dutch’s in Rock Hill last Monday during open-mic night. 

Sing for your supper

The instant that I picked up the phone I knew I was in trouble. “Go out on a Monday?” I barked into the receiver. “What, are you crazy? It’s a school night!” The caller was gal pal Jamee Schleifer and the reason for her inquiry was simple.


TRR photos by Jonathan Charles Fox

“Look, Joe— he’s smiling!” exclaimed a grinning Amy Ronai (of In2retro) as I arrived at the Bethel Business Association (BBA) holiday mixer held at the Airport Café.

Hallelujah!

As Hanukkah winds down and I hear the faint ringing of sleigh bells approaching, memories of holidays past once again flood my reverie. I made a conscious decision this year to avoid the “Bah Humbug” and embrace all things “Merry and Bright” and so far… all is well.

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