Her Blessed Life Is a Blessing to Others 

The year 1920 “was the worst time in Ireland,” says Sister Canice, R.S.H.M., of Marymount College and Convent in Tarrytown. “Peace with England wasn’t secured until 1922.”   She recalls the British soldiers as “the black and tans,” and to this day despairs of the division of Ireland into 32 counties.   The well-told tale of... Read more »

Coping with Coronavirus: A Grim Business Made Ever So Grimmer 

The truth of this pandemic was coming in our door every day.” That is how Carmine Carpinone, the owner of Dwyer & Michael’s Funeral Home, in Tarrytown, concisely captures the grim reality... Read more »

Coping With Coronavirus: Keeping the Community on Course

An interview with Kristopher Harrison, Superintendent of Schools, Irvington Union Free School District  (Interviewed by Lily Alig) As Covid-19 continues to affect our communities, donations of time and resources have emerged from... Read more »

‘Bike Tarrytown’ Peddles Cyclist Safety and Business Profits

Bike Tarrytown takes a three-pronged approach in its mission to improve and cultivate a biking culture in the River Towns, especially Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown. In their attempts to convince residents, business owners and local... Read more »

Artist Spotlight: The Dynamic Art of Susan Lanzano

Susan Lanzano, an editor turned botanical artist, believes strongly that a person can have sequential meaningful careers. Her own trajectory is proof of that, as she did not begin painting the breathtaking... Read more »