Mezzapallooza Battle of the Bands Fundraiser Returns to Benefit the Rowe Family

Briarcliff Manor’s “Mezzapallooza,” an annual battle of the bands concert that raises money to help local families needing aid after a life-changing event, is returning this year after a long […] Read more »

Bethany Arts Community Exhibit Highlights Collaboration Between the Black and Jewish Communities 

In a time of growing antisemitism and racial tensions both locally and nationally, it is heartening to discover an exhibit that highlights the collaboration between the Black and Jewish communities […] Read more »

Gullotta House Recalls Past and Looks to Future

Amid sorrow and loss, Ossining resident Matthew Gullotta has sowed the seeds of goodwill and hope. Gullotta is the president of Gullotta House, a charity he started in 2015 with […] Read more »

River Journal Guide to Halloween Events in the River Towns

With Halloween around the corner, the River Towns are gearing up for a full calendar of events that will entertain and thrill (maybe even scare!) area residents and visitors. Below […] Read more »

Ossining Little League 11U Wins District 33 Championship 

Congratulations go out to the Ossining 11U Little League Tournament Team, who won the District 33 championship this past July in the Little League World Series. District 33 is made […] Read more »

Coffee Labs Roasters in Tarrytown Celebrates 20th Anniversary

The husband-and-wife team of Alicia and Mike Love are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their Coffee Labs Roasters on Main Street in Tarrytown this year. The couple also has lived […] Read more »

Juneteenth Celebration Inspired by Jewish Passover Seder to Take Place in Ossining

For those looking for a unique way to celebrate Juneteenth, a national holiday which commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans, there will be a special ceremony and meal taking […] Read more »

Croton Resident Brings Music Talent to Koop Studios in Irvington 

Bianca Mancinelli has been in love with music since as far back as she can remember. The Croton-on-Hudson resident was born in Rome, where her mother was an opera singer. […] Read more »

Briarcliff Synagogue Helps Two Refugee Families Settle in Ossining

So much has taken place since Briarcliff Manor residents Julie Peskoe and Abbe Marcus, co-chairs of Congregation Sons of Israel Refugee Resettlement Committee, first met in the fall of 2021 […] Read more »

Neuroscientist and Artist Displays Work at Irvington Public Library  

In the professional arena, Tarrytown resident Dr. Alan M. Jacobson is highly regarded by his colleagues for his work in neuroscience and psychiatry. However, Jacobson has also been a prolific […] Read more »