Independent Movie Houses Set to Host Live Screenings

After more than a year delivering an eclectic array of films via livestream, two of the area’s independent movie houses are set to welcome audiences this spring.  The Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville and the Bedford... Read more »

After a Dark Year, Hope and Curtains Rising at Local Stages

In a year of incalculable loss for so many of us, the arts community has endured not only deaths among its performers that could not be properly mourned, but also the absence... Read more »

Heaven and Earth: Solar Installation Reflects Maryknoll Mission

An Ossining-based Catholic missionary group is looking to the heavens to reflect its commitment to protecting the Earth. Groundbreaking is scheduled for April 19 at the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers’ Ryder Road... Read more »

Meg Griffin Remembers WRNW FM, Rock’s ‘Glorious Playhouse’ in Briarcliff Manor

From 1973 to 1981, a shabby building off the main drag in Briarcliff Manor was home to one of the metro area’s most progressive and unconventional FM rock stations, WRNW 107.1. The... Read more »

Rock to Rubble: Howard Stern’s One-Time Studio Faces Wrecker’s Ball

A rundown shack on a dusty Briarcliff Manor street where “The King of All Media” launched his career may soon be reduced to rubble. The two-story building on Woodside Avenue that once... Read more »

Shining a Bright Light on the Power of Solar  

Croton-on-Hudson’s legacy of political and social activism forged a century ago has been more recently buttressed by its role in ​battling to cap a waterfront dump and repelling a gas pipeline from... Read more »

Strong Reception – A Q&A with The Peak’s Jimmy Fink

Editor’s note: This interview has been edited for brevity. Like so many of us, FM radio mainstay Jimmy Fink’s been working from home since mid-March when the pandemic walloped New York. The... Read more »