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Moment of peace

Martina Verba relaxes during a fundraiser at the James Harmon Community Center on Saturday, July 9. Hastings resident Susie Caramanica, who led a yoga session, and Yonkers resident Kelita Gonzalez, who led a meditation session, organized the event to benefit the National Compassion Fund, which is collecting money for the victims of the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., on June 12.

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

rivertowns headlines this week

Homegrown hip-hop artist gains ground with new album

By Kris DiLorenzo

DOBBS FERRY — In what may be a first for a Rivertown, Dobbs Ferry has received a “shout-out” on a new hip-hop album.

In the title cut, “No Music,” lifelong village resident JSWISS (Julian Caldwell) sings:

“You want quality lyrics, well then I'm that guy

I rep the D-O-B-B-S F-E-R-R-Y

That's the 9-1-4 you know the area code.”

The song covers most of Caldwell’s history, from being a shy boy to his days at Dobbs Ferry High School:

“Didn't grow up ducking from guns for survival

And not many looked like me in my high school

Cuz you know it's Dobbs Ferry not Bed-Stuy.”

Caldwell, 24, released the album online last month, and the buzz is building; bloggers around the world are commenting on it. After he performed at the album’s June 24 release party at The Bitter End in Manhattan, club-goers from several countries congratulated him.

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Julian Caldwell released his new album last month.

 

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