The O-town Scene

June 07, 2012

The O-town Scene - Oneonta, NY

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Scene the O-Town Vol. 2, No. 19 The Scene is published by The Daily Star the first Thurs- day of each month. Free copies are distributed through- out Oneonta, as well as parts of Otsego, Delaware and Schoharie counties. 102 Chestnut St., P.O. Box 250, Oneonta, NY 13820 FOUNDER / EDITOR IN CHIEF Cassandra Miller Vicki Bodine, Mark Boshnack, Kevin Eggleston, Emily Ernsberger, Julie Lewis, Ashok Malhotra, Raul O'Toole, Banjamin Patton, Jeffrey Pegram, James Derek Sapienza and Heidi Tanner-Brantley, (607) 432-1000, ext. 206 CONTRIBUTORS ARTS CALENDAR/ COPY EDITOR Adrienne Wise, (607) 432-1000, ext. 214 PUBLISHER Mitchell Lynch, (607) 432-1000, ext. 235 ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Sean Lewis, (607) 432-1000, ext. 208 Member of The Associated Press and CNHI News Service EDITOR OF THE DAILY STAR Sam Pollak 2 O-Town Scene June 7, 2012 CONTENTSJune 7 3 4 4 5 6 7 9 9 10 Editor's Note A Single Dad's final column Yoga for Stress FIT TIPS – Set a Goal for Fitness Success PHOTO SPREAD – Spring Planting COCKTAIL – Garden Sun Tea Cooler New Music Notes, a review of Lower Dens' 'Nootropic' Vinyl Vault, a review of The Rolling Stones' 'Satanic Majesties' LOCAL EATS – Emily's Petite Berry Rhubarb Tarts 12-13 Fresh Starts for Downtown Dining Establishments 14 15 17-19 Coming Events & Editor's Picks 20 Calendar 22-23 Classified ads Adrienne Wise will take on editorial responsibilities beginning with the July issue of the Scene. Adrienne and I started as full-time employees of The Daily Star within a day of each other, in August 2009. She has been the Scene's calendar and coming events guru since its inception in October 2010, and she will do a marvelous job as the editor of the Scene. DIVERSITY – Why We Should Celebrate Gay Pride Year-Round DIVERSITY – How Dark is Too Dark for White Americans? -July 4 Originally from Ohio, she has more than 10 years experience as a copy editor in upstate New York, beginning her career at Binghamton's Press and Sun Bulletin. Adrienne Wise, left, and me back- stage during Orpheus Theatre's production of 'Rent' in 2010. Although we have been coworkers for three years, she and I become friends through community theater productions; our first show together was Orpheus Theatre's production of "Bye, Bye Birdie" in 2010. She has been moral support and a sounding board for the last two years, and I am going to miss working with her. I've taken pride in the look and design of this publication, but this will also be changing in July. Starting with next month's issue, the Scene will be designed at a sister paper of The Daily Star in a suburb of Buffalo. Lots of changes happening, but the Scene will still aim to be the go-to guide for what's happening in the area. By Cassandra Miller, founding editor of the O-Town Scene

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