Gullotta House Takes the Plunge – Twice!

Saturday, February 12, is going to be a big, bold, goose bump-y splash of a day along the Hudson River. For the first time, there will be not one but two fund-raising plunges into the... Read more »

Nurse’s Choir Goes from AGT to Carnegie Hall 

Nurse Practitioner Jenny Chacko, who grew up in the Bronx and now works in the pre-surgical testing unit at Phelps Hospital in Sleepy Hollow, has always loved to sing. “I grew up singing in church, but... Read more »

From Swimming in the River to Keeping it Clean

It all began with a dip in the Hudson.  When Tracy Brown, who became the first woman president of the Riverkeeper advocacy organization on Nov. 1, was house hunting around Sleepy Hollow in... Read more »

Home Away from Home for Your Four-Legged Friends 

“It’s a seven-day-a-week, 365-days-a –year job. And the buck always stops here.”  For Chris Gatti, vice-president of Gracelane Kennels – the oldest continuously-operating dog kennel in the US – the business of caring for other people’s animals is not something he takes lightly.... Read more »

Loving Locavore – Saucy, Herby, Sour(dough) 

The River Towns are home to a smorgasbord of outstanding artisanal food and drink makers. Here are three more local, passionate crafters of high-quality tastiness.  Dave Mundis and Mike Vincent, frat brothers at Colgate University, were... Read more »

Seventy Years on Point – The Westchester Ballet Company Set to Soar Again

For 70 years, Ossining-based Westchester Ballet Company (WBC), one of the longest-running regional non-profit youth ballet companies in the United States, has served our county. WBC, made up of 100 young dancers from... Read more »

Wellbeing Tips for Women during Covid Times 

If, as Mao Zedong said, “Women hold up half the sky,” the Covid era has only enlarged that fraction. Added to the lion’s share of cooking, domestic work and childcare, the female... Read more »

Health and Wellness Tips for Women to Cure the Pandemic Blahs 

If, as Mao Zedong said, “Women hold up half the sky,” the Covid era has only enlarged that fraction.   Added to the lion’s share of cooking, domestic work and childcare, the female... Read more »

March Tonics, and Toast 

In our bid to share great local artisanal food and drink makers, here are three more passionate local suppliers offering diverse deliciousness.   If your body is in need of health-giving herbal pick-me-ups , look no... Read more »

Cortlandt’s Bucci Coffee Has Fresh Approach to Cold-Brewed Java 

Need a pick-me-up? Then head over to Cortlandt Manor-based coffee producer Bucci Coffee, which specializes in fair trade, single origin beans, cold brewed. Owner Nik Bucci’s interest in the beverage was inspired by time spent in... Read more »