Marquee Records Rocks the Music Hall

Tarrytown’s Main Street got a little bit hipper this November when The Tarrytown Music Hall opened its doors to a permanent used record shop. Located in second floor office space, Marquee Records is run completely by volunteers, with... Read more »

The Season to Give – Volunteering in the River Towns

After so much time in quarantine, getting back into our communities isn’t exactly easy. If you’d like to become more engaged through volunteer work, then we’ve got you covered. Check out these... Read more »

Local Entrepreneur Offers Natural Beauty Products 

With some extra time on her hands during quarantine in 2020, Nicole Alicea found herself experimenting with macrame. She was working at a financial firm but keeping her hands busy alongside her mother became... Read more »

Friends and Neighbors Remember ‘Chick’

Compiled by Gina Carey   “Chick had an incredibly magnetic personality and he spoke with such energy and passion. The students listened intently…. so much so that you could hear a pin... Read more »

Friends and Neighbors Remember ‘Chick’

Compiled by Gina Carey   “Chick had an incredibly magnetic personality and he spoke with such energy and passion. The students listened intently…. so much so that you could hear a pin... Read more »

Sasha Knows Seafood

With a steady line, often wrapping around the corner of her farmer’s market stall, one has to wonder what magic is happening at Sasha’s Seafood. Sasha Skon is a River Towns fishmonger (the only woman... Read more »

Where Art Meets Community – Bethany Arts Community

If you haven’t yet visited Ossining’s Bethany Arts Community (BAC), make some space on your calendar. Since incorporating in 2015, the locally focused non-profit has launched arts programming— exhibits, classes, and performances— on its expansive... Read more »

Tarrytown Mayoral Race Heats Up Early

River Journal, as a matter of policy, does not endorse any candidates for local elections. Tarrytown residents will have a packed ballot come November in the village’s 2021 mayoral race. Three candidates... Read more »

Congregation Gathering Details on Former Pace Campus

The religious congregation that purchased the former Pace campus in Briarcliff Manor has yet to divulge its plans, but has been scoping out the site and recently obtained documents from the village... Read more »

Sleepy Hollow’s Communal Closet Has Found a New Home

After temporarily operating out of Riverwalk Center in Kingsland Point Park, Sleepy Hollow’s Community Wardrobe has found a new home at Westchester Community Opportunity Program (WestCOP). The volunteer-run group, which offers free... Read more »