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Toast of the town

Hastings High School’s production of “Les Misérables” won three honors during the ceremony for the annual Metropolitan High School Theater Awards (aka The Metros), which was held at Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains on June 6. “Les Miz,” which was staged this past April, received Metros for outstanding overall production, chorus, and costume design. The Helen Hayes Youth Theatre, based in Rockland County, presents the awards. Forty-eight schools in Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, and Bergen counties participate in the program. Pictured are Nick Bernstein and Teja LoBreglio as Monsieur Thenardier and Madame Thenardier.

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

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Art and action aim to curb gun violence

By Kris DiLorenzo

REGION — Wearing orange was a symbolic wardrobe choice on June 2, the second national Gun Violence Awareness Day, and some Rivertowns residents made that choice easy for rush-hour commuters.

In orange T-shirts and with signs proclaiming “We can end gun violence,” Nicole Lesser, Pat Colella, Nan Berke, Kit Demirdelen, and Marisa Silverstein distributed orange lapel ribbons at Hastings' Metro-North train station, while Keira Smith, Marian Hoffman, her son Walter, 11, and his friend Anthony Magras, also 11, did the same in Irvington.

Orange is the color associated with the gun control campaign because it is the color worn by hunters to protect themselves against being shot accidentally.

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Marisa Silverstein stands next to her installation “92 Americans. Every Day.” at the Hastings Public Library.