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Pleasantville Public Access

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Pace Rewind

Pleasantville Public Access Series | Produced by: Mike Winn

Pace Rewind is a weekly highlight show dedicated to Pace University Athletics. Rewind features game footage, interviews with coaches, athletics and gets you closer to your Setters sports teams than you've ever been before.

Pet Talk

Pleasantville Public Access Series | Produced by: Nick Antonaccio, Barbara Clemmens

Pet Talk is a series that delves into issues revolving around pets whether it's nutrition or what's the right pet for you.

Plastic Television

Pleasantville Public Access Series | Produced by: Andrea Garbarini

Plastic Television highlights how Reducing, Reusing and Recycling can and will help the environment.

Pleasantville Community Garden

Pleasantville Public Access Series | Produced by: Wayne McPartland

The idea of the Pleasantville Community Garden was conceived by 7th grader, Devin Juros in 2012 at the age of 12. The PCG provides fresh produce to the hungry and food insecure people of Westchester County - through the Hillside Food Pantry and was built in June 2014 and is managed by volunteers from the area. We maintain a 600 square foot garden on the grounds of St. John's Church in Pleasantville, NY and have donated over 1500 pounds of fresh vegetables to the food pantry in 2014!

Pleasantville Connects To VISUAL ARTS

Pleasantville Public Access Series | Produced by: GG Kopilak

Spending the bulk of her time isolated in her studio while she paints, her dream was to have a place where other artists would come together and talk about art....stimulating discussion being an incentive to creation. In her interview program she connects with other artists, albeit, usually one at a time. Interviewed artists tell the stories of how they create, how they got to where they are in their artwork, their work is shown on screen, and the viewing audience acquires knowledge about art in the surrounding area.