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Hastings volunteer firefighter Ron Gagliardi and his dog, Teddy Paretti, sit alongside 2-year-old Oliver Orkus of Hastings during a block party celebrating the 140th anniversary of Protection Engine Co. No. 1 on Warburton Avenue on Friday, Sept. 23.

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

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By Patricia Robert

“Music is a great way to unite people, and with jazz being one of the most diverse art forms that exists, I think the concert will stress the importance of community and the way people come together to do good,” said John Patitucci of Hastings, three-time Grammy-winning bassist. He will lead a specially assembled band in the “Jazz 2 Benefit Yonkers Sharing Community and Hillside Food Outreach” concert at First Reformed Church next Saturday, Oct. 8, at 4 p.m.

Trinity Presbyterian Church, which holds its services at First Reformed, is presenting the concert. Patitucci is a founding member of Trinity, which was formed three years ago. Read more >

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Grammy-winner, friends team up to help the hungry

Fundraiser melds arts, athletics and more

By Kris DiLorenzo

Irvington Town Hall Theater will be the scene of a ball next Saturday night — but not the kind that requires a tuxedo or gown. The Artist’s Ball on Oct. 8, sponsored by Robert Jacobson Sports (RJS), is a fundraiser for the Ardsley-based organization’s many athletic programs — most of them involving a ball.

Proceeds from the event will be shared equally among RJS, the International Sports and Music Project, and Team KAT, a group that raises money for children’s cancer research.

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