Journaling: Silent Storefronts

Will Rogers never met a man he didn’t like and suburban shoppers never saw an empty storefront they did like. Vacant venues that once contributed to the local economy and […] Read more »

Journaling: Resolve 

We tend to think of resolutions as reaching beyond the everyday inertia of static behavior that holds us back, even though we know we should be changing for the better. […] Read more »

Journaling: Vote Your Conscience

Endorsing candidates running for public office used to be a standard practice in the media, notably by local newspapers. The trend in recent years, though, is that fewer and fewer […] Read more »

Journaling: Editor’s Sampler

I’m sure most of you more (ahem!) mature readers recall Whitman’s Sampler, which is what our fictional fllm friend Forrest Gump was referring to when he uttered the famous epigram […] Read more »

Teatown Gala to Honor Tarrytown Superintendent Dr. Raymond Sanchez, Connie Curran

This year’s theme is From Seed to Forest: Celebrating 60 Years of Education and Conservation Read more »

Get Your Motor Running for the Croton Rotary Auto Show

The 39th Annual Croton Rotary Auto Show takes place Sunday, Oct. 1, from 11 am – 3 pm at Croton Harmon Train Station. On display will be classic vehicles as well as […] Read more »

Journaling: Now You Zee It, Now You Don’t 

Every so often I eavesdrop on a couple of locals whom I call Mom and Pop Culture. Let’s hear what they have to say about a certain bridge…   POP: […] Read more »

Journaling: Culture Vultures

“Wouldn’t it be nice to live in paradise, where we’re free to be exactly who we are, living in a Rainbowland, where you and I go hand in hand. Oh, […] Read more »

Journaling: The New Bard

Have you heard about ChatGPT? It’s from a juggernaut Silicon Valley tech firm named OpenAI. If it sounds like I’m speaking an outer space dialect of English, that’s not far […] Read more »

Breaking News! Holtec Holds Up May Wastewater Discharge into Hudson

'We have decided not to go forward with the planned discharge in early May,' Holtec told the Indian Point Decommissioning Oversight Board on Thursday, April 13. Read more »