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February 23. In the same neck of the woods as Quinn's is another new nightspot, the Dogwood, which has been presenting a singer-songwriter series on the last Sunday of each month since January. "The series will spotlight the remarkable amount of talented artists in the Hudson Valley and beyond," say the curators of the evening. To that end, this month's installment features area acoustic-based folk rock unit the Pembles, whose wistful and autumnal style should play well in the bar, gallery, and eatery's warm, inviting atmosphere. (Open Book holds forth March 30; KJ Denhert sings April 27.) 8pm. Donation requested. Beacon. (845) 202-7500; Dogwoodbar.com.

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