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Artist Jean Tock Ready to Bite the Big Apple

January 19, 2018

MAHOPAC, N.Y.-You know what they say about New York—if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere!

Longtime Mahopac resident and artist Jean Tock, who has exhibited her work internationally for decades, is finally getting her first show in Manhattan. She will be one of eight “emerging” artists at a three-day pop-up show at the First Street Gallery at 526 W. 26th St. in ...

Jean Tock Photos of China on Display at Mahopac Library

Mahopac photographer Jean Tock has opened an exhibit of photos at the Mahopac Library titled “Wild China”—a photographic journey through the remote central mountains of China with a few urban stops along the way.

Sixteen photographs, representing Tock’s recent trip to China, are on display on the second floor of the library. The images provide a glimpse into the ...

Mahopac Author's Second Book Already Attracting Accolades

MAHOPAC, N.Y.- Mahopac resident Traci Medford-Rosow never set out to be an author. Though a lawyer by trade, she is about to see her second book published (Morgan James Publishing) in April and it’s already on the way to becoming another best seller.

“Unblinded: One Man’s Courageous Journey Through Darkness to Sight,” chronicles the story of New Yorker Kevin Coughlin, ...

Mahopac Grad's 'Puppy Tales' Helps Kids Deal With Emotions

MAHOPAC, N.Y. - Mahopac High School graduate Jim Vought never thought he’d become a writer, but when he had a chance to combine two of his passions—dogs and children—it was an opportunity he couldn’t pass up.

Over the past few years, Vought, an intensive care coordinator who works with children, self-published two books, the second of which, “Puppy Tales II: ...

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