Transition in Tarrytown: A Conversation with Tarrytown Mayor Karen Brown 

Karen Brown was sworn in as mayor of the Village of Tarrytown on Dec. 6, 2021, succeeding Thomas D. Butler, Jr., who retired.  Brown had served as a village trustee […] Read more »

Orchestra 914 Dials in to Westchester

After a pandemic hiatus that played out for a year, the former Chappaqua Orchestra has a new leader, a new home base, and a new identity.    After public performances were […] Read more »

Happy Anniversary Sleepy Hollow!

December 10 marked 25 years since the election whereby the citizens of North Tarrytown chose to change the name of their village to Sleepy Hollow. Village trustees ratified the decision on Dec. […] Read more »

Irvington Resident Named to Senior Hall of Fame 

Dr. Sanat, a pediatrician and a longtime Irvington resident, will be inducted into the Westchester County Senior Citizens Hall of Fame in December.   “The Senior Hall of Fame is a special tradition honoring seniors who give […] Read more »

A Fine New Place for Fine Art Arrives in Verplanck 

Some Verplanck residents have known for a while what’s about to happen at KinoSaito, the new non-profit, contemporary art center occupying the former Saint Patrick’s Catholic School on 7th Street.    Mikiko Ino, President, Director and Chair of the nonprofit’s board, brought cookies around to her new neighbors to introduce […] Read more »

Brett Hall Gets Animated

One of the perks of living in the New York metropolitan area is that among our neighbors are people who work on the other side of the screens where we […] Read more »

A Cherished Local Music Organization’s Plans for Survival 

Like all of us, Friends of Music Concerts (FoM) has had to adjust to the reality of Covid-19.  FoM has brought world-class chamber music to the River Towns for over 60 years, and the group had […] Read more »