Kayaking: Slow Down and Enjoy the Glide

Hudson River Recreation’s 2021 kayaking, paddle boarding and river canoeing season is underway, with opportunities from now into November to get out on the water. The company offers lessons, rentals […] Read more »

Will New York State Bicyclists Finally get a Brake? 

Will New York finally join some 35 other states that require drivers to give bicyclists at least 3 feet of space when passing on them on the road?  While similar […] Read more »

Ossining’s Jazz at the Lodge Gets its Groove Back 

The sound of the Hammond B3 organ runs through American music like a soulful stream, informing every genre from gospel hymns, to jazz and R&B standards, to some of the […] Read more »

Rock’n’roll Lost & Found: Briarcliff’s Wizard Recording Studios 

A derelict building hidden behind a car repair shop is an unlikely place to discover a remnant of rock’n’roll history.    The nondescript cinderblock structure off North State Road in Briarcliff […] Read more »

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 […] Read more »

Ossining Solar Project Breaks Ground – What You Need to Know

A giant crane-mounted corkscrew was the center of attention during the recent groundbreaking of Maryknoll’s solar power project, which will install more than 2,000 energy-generating panels on the Ossining campus.   The […] Read more »

Everyone Wants a bicycle, but Getting One’s Not Easy

It’s been the best of times and the worst of times for local bike shops and their customers.  The pandemic has stoked an unprecedented demand for bicycles, while at the […] Read more »

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 […] 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 […] 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’ […] Read more »