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Skip Pearlman

Reporter/Photographer

Skip Pearlman is an award-winning photojournalist who has been photographing and covering news, sports and features in Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties for three decades, and currently resides in Dutchess County.

Skip Pearlman's Contributions

  1. Police Dish Out 25 Tickets In Sprain Parkway Speeding Detail

    Police Dish Out 25 Tickets In Sprain Parkway Speeding Detail

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- State police issues 25 tickets during a speed enforcement detail on the Sprain Brook Parkway on Tuesday in Westchester.The detail was between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., state police said.A total of 21 tickets were issued for speeding, three for other violations and one for a seat-belt violation.

  2. Rockland Dead Heads In Their Glory At Torne Valley Vineyards Festival

    Rockland Dead Heads In Their Glory At Torne Valley Vineyards Festival

    HILLBURN,. N.Y. - Area Dead-Heads were in their glory Saturday, as large crowds flocked to the Torne Valley Vineyard's We Can Share The Wine Music Festival in Hillburn.This was the second year the vineyard has hosted the event, which featured Grateful Dead tribute bands Stella Blue's Band and Dead on the Tracks.Families, as well as Dead-Heads of all ages, filled the spacious lawn in ...

  3. Visitors Enjoy History Lesson At Storming Of Stony Point Reenactment

    Visitors Enjoy History Lesson At Storming Of Stony Point Reenactment

    STONY POINT, N.Y. - Visitors to the Stony Point Battlefield State Historic Site on Saturday got a history lesson, but in a way that was fun. The site hosted a reenactment of an 18th century military encampment to commemorate the daring midnight assault on the British fortifications at Stony Point in July 1779. Musket, artillery and marching demonstrations were staged, visitors talked to ...

  4. Brothers Bring 'Taste Of South Of France' To Rockland

    Brothers Bring 'Taste Of South Of France' To Rockland

    HILLBURN, N.Y. - Like a hidden gem from the south of France or the Napa Valley, Rockland County's own Torne Valley Vineyards is still being discovered and appreciated by area residents.Torne Valley Vineyards was founded in 2009, and opened in 2013 by brothers Jonathan and Stephen France - who wanted to 'bring a taste of southern France to Rockland County' - and has the proud distinction ...

  5. Storms Over Hudson River End With Painted Skies, Calm Waters

    Storms Over Hudson River End With Painted Skies, Calm Waters

    Scattered thunderstorms hit the Hudson Valley Monday night, making for some wind-blown, painted skies after the storms passed.Daily Voice captured some of the skies over the Hudson River, near Cold Spring, on the Putnam/Dutchess border.Skies are expected to be clear Tuesday night for viewing the full Buck Moon, or Thunder Moon. Wednesday and Thursday's temps look to peak in the low 80s, ...

  6. Full Buck Moon (Thunder Moon) Lights Up Rockland Skies

    Full Buck Moon (Thunder Moon) Lights Up Rockland Skies

    The full moon is back, and this time it's showing off its antlers as the Full Buck Moon, or Thunder Moon.Daily Voice captured this image of the nearly full moon Monday night- as thunderstorms fittingly hit the area.July is the month of the Full Buck Moon, because Bucks begin to grow new antlers at this time. This Full Moon is also known as the Thunder Moon because thunderstorms are so ...

  7. TV's Property Brothers Draw Big Crowd In Area Appearance

    TV's Property Brothers Draw Big Crowd In Area Appearance

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - The HGTV phenoms known as the Property Brothers drew a large crowd last week at a book signing at Barnes & Noble in White Plains.Hundreds of enthusiastic fans waited patiently for their heroes - some for hours - in a line that snaked its way around the many book shelves in the store for a chance to get their book signed and get a 'selfie' with Drew and Jonathan ...

  8. TV's Property Brothers Draw Big Crowd In Area Appearance

    TV's Property Brothers Draw Big Crowd In Area Appearance

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - The HGTV phenoms known as the Property Brothers drew a large crowd Monday evening at a book signing at Barnes & Noble in White Plains.Hundreds of enthusiastic fans waited patiently for their heroes - some for hours - in a line that snaked its way around the many book shelves in the store for a chance to get their book signed and get a 'selfie' with Drew and ...

  9. Nyack High Salutes Senior Class At 2016 Commencement Ceremony

    Nyack High Salutes Senior Class At 2016 Commencement Ceremony

    NYACK, N.Y. -- Nyack High School toasted the Class of 2016 Thursday evening at a commencement ceremony attended by a large crowd at MacCalman Field.Jeffin James of the Class of 2016 was the Master of Ceremonies, Student Council President Hunter Andrasko welcomed the crowd, Aoife McGirl was Salutatorian, and Natalie Espeso and Katya Grossman were Class Valedictorians.Board of Education ...

  10. Rockland Comes Out To Battle Cystic Fibrosis In Bardonia

    Rockland Comes Out To Battle Cystic Fibrosis In Bardonia

    BARDONIA, N.Y. - A crowd estimated at around 325 people came out to Albertus Magnus High School on a rainy Sunday morning for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's 7th annual Rockland/Orange County Great Strides 3K Walk.The walk (1.86 miles around the Albertus Magnus High School track) raised approximately 60,000.00 dollars for the CFF at last year's event. Huge strides have been made in the ...

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