Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Arts

As Others See Us: Nyackers Under New Names

The Orlando Sentinel has a piece about a chance meeting between two former Nyackers living under new names in new places. Both have influenced many who followed their work over the years.

“I’ve always loved this small-world story from a column years ago,” says Orlando Sentinel entertainment columnist Commander Coconut. “Local TV anchor Carole Nelson was having a pre-show chat with songwriter Rupert Holmes, a guest on her noon newscast, and noticed he was from Nyack, N.Y., a town she was familiar with, and after a bit, she looked at him more closely and said, “David Goldstein?

“He looked back at her with recognition and said, “Miss Brown?” Carole had had him as a student ‘€” at the time both had different names, Nelson being her married name. (I saw Carole Nelson at a funeral a few weeks ago, and she is still lovely; she’s married, lives in Deltona and teaches at Seminole State College.)”

Source: Orlando Sentinel, 12/4/2009


Nyack People & Places, a weekly series that features photos and profiles of citizens and scenes near Nyack, NY, is sponsored by Sun River Health.


You May Also Like

The Villages

This week in the Villages we look at the rumor-filled and then abrupt ending of Starbucks in Nyack and what it means.

The Villages

This week in the Villages, we look delve into all the empty storefronts downtown and look back at St. Patrick's Day festivities through the...

The Villages

This week in the Villages, we take a closer look at Nyack's school board election and more.