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Jilliane Borrelli, owner of JJ Beans Café, holds 7-year-old Taylor Denike and 3-year-old Matthew Moon as Dobbs Ferry Police Officer Justin Kamke offers them a doughnut during a Coffee with a Cop event at the café on Saturday, Oct. 8.

5+3+8 = a crossroads of faiths in Hastings

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Nuns unleash fun at Town Hall Theater

By Julian Caldwell

Nuns cause a ruckus with an atypical amount of attitude in the Clocktower Players’ production of “Sister Act,” the comedic musical based on the 1992 hit film starring Whoopi Goldberg.

The show tells the story of a singer, Deloris Van Cartier, who witnesses a murder and enters the witness protection program. She assumes the identity of Sister Mary Clarence and hides out in a convent attached to a church in danger of closing. Sister Mary Clarence livens up the church — especially the normally reserved nuns.
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Rene O’Neal (center) plays Deloris Van Cartier in the guise of Sister
Mary Clarence.