Performing Arts, Jr. Your Handy Guide to Local Schools for Kids

That’s Entertainment! If your children are budding musicians, actors or dancers, there’s no need to travel to get them the training and experience they need. Our towns have some of the best... Read more »

Celebrating Pride: What Pride Means to Us

To me, Pride is the acknowledgement and celebration of the existence, dignity, and intrinsic worth of the LGBTQIA+ community.   Education will always be the first line of defense against ignorance. The Queer... Read more »

Local Pride

In Westchester County, as well as in many parts of the world, June is officially recognized as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Pride Month. The Christopher Street Liberation Day Parade... Read more »

Celebrating Pride in Westchester – 2021 Events

Below is a list of Pride events happening throughout Westhchester County. Local Pride Events May 31 through June July 27, 2021 (in person) ART OUT LOUD Peekskill Presented by Peekskill Pride in... Read more »

Miraculous Hearing Implant Gave Cortlandt Resident Her Life Back  

This past year has been difficult for so many people in so many different ways. As someone with hearing loss, Cortlandt resident Valerie Candela has her own unique challenges, since social distance and face coverings greatly impair communication.   According to a new study conducted by... Read more »

What Black History Month Means to Me: Quotables from Local Notables

This story was edited by Caedra Scott-Flaherty. Black History Month is about honoring African-American history, which is American History, but much was untold. For example, we have blood banks and blood transfusions... Read more »

Hope is Here : Covid-19 Vaccine Roll-Out in Westchester

TO SEE IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR A VACCINATION, TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT, AND MORE, VISIT … Hotline # 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829) In what Governor Cuomo has called “the most ambitious governmental operation... Read more »

Air, Earth, Water, Humanity: This Wall Says It All  

What are your hopes and dreams for the future? For yourself and your loved ones, for our community and the world? These are the questions Kersten Harries and Diana Loja asked their village of Sleepy Hollow in August.   In 2019, Harries and Loja organized the first Sleepy Hollow Cultural... Read more »

Harvest Happenings & Hauntings – A Horn of Plenty of Things to Do to Celebrate Fall 

The lower Hudson Valley is spectacular in the fall. Especially October, when it seems to be in its most natural state—crisp, colorful, a little spooky, and full of fun. While the fall events in our... Read more »

Coming Across Culture High Across the Hudson

There’s something about a bridge.   Maybe it’s the way it seems to defy structural logic. Maybe it’s the way it makes you feel momentarily airborne, both safe and unsafe every time you cross it.  There’s something about art. About huge pieces of public art you... Read more »