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Payton Orlando, Ruby Kim, Clara Ritterman-Peña, Rose Hornyac, and Kathryn Richards rehearse for the annual Senior Revue at Ardsley High School, which was staged Jan. 13-14. The revue, titled “Change the Channel,” incorporated popular TV series from the 2000s.

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In four rooms, filmmaker shares 600-mile journey

By Danielle Golds

HASTINGS — On a snowy Saturday afternoon, a group of filmmakers and artists gathered at the Square Peg Gallery in Hastings to discuss a documentary called “Go Without Fear.” It's not yet finished, but as filmmaker James Dean Conklin said, “There’s still cause for celebration.”

The celebration takes the form of an art exhibition called “Pilgrimage: A Journey Through the Life of the Buddha,” featuring film clips by Conklin as well as photography by Nancy Jo Johnson. The film and still photographs center around travels in Nepal, India, and Tibet. At an opening reception last Friday, Jan. 6, about 40 people enjoyed the multimedia exhibit while sipping Chai and eating momo, meat dumplings common in Nepal. Read more >

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Maarten Olthof leads a meditation at the Square Peg Gallery on Jan. 8.