Historic Hudson Valley and Brian Clowdus Announce Extension of The Sleepy Hollow Experience

Due to popular demand, Historic Hudson Valley and Brian Clowdus are announcing the addition of eight performances to the run of The Sleepy Hollow Experience, extending the production through November 10. All... Read more »

Houlihan Lawrence Presents Humanitarian Award to Lin Crispinelli

Top Producing Somers agent honored for her charitable work In recognition of the extraordinary volunteer contributions made by its real estate agents and employees, Houlihan Lawrence presented its first-ever Humanitarian Award at... Read more »

Congratulations to the October 2019 River Journal Pet of the Month!

Meet Mina Belladonna (Bell, for short). She’s a one-year-old lab mix. She got her name Mina, from the novel Dracula, and Belladonna, meaning not only a beautiful lady, but a deadly nightshade.... Read more »

How Long Should I Age or Cellar My Wine? 

With time, wine evolves and develops a different color, nose, and taste than when it was bottled. This is the allure of aging wine: holding on to it to see how it... Read more »

Training the Body, Mind and Spirit in the River Towns for Over 20 Years 

In 1997, Grand Master Sung Keun Yoo opened a small, second floor martial arts studio on North Broadway in Tarrytown. After ten years, with his business growing, Yoo was looking to move to a ground floor... Read more »

Scholar Athlete of the Month: Nolan Lenaghan 

Stepping onto the field as the newest member of the boy’s varsity soccer team, Nolan Lenaghan initially felt nervous attending his first practice. Not only was he small and scrawny, he was also just an 8th grader. To his surprise, rather than be welcomed with hostility, Nolan was immediately accepted... Read more »

Real Estate Takes to the Skies with Drones

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), commonly referred to as “drones,” elicit a wide range of emotions from people. Some think of the gadgets as a fun recreational activity for racing other drones or as... Read more »

Sharing the Beauty of Music Behind Bars

You know the power of music. You know that feeling that kicks you in your gut or brings tears to your eyes when you hear the first few bars. But what if... Read more »

When Day-to-Day Stress Takes Hold 

Over the past couple of years, my colleagues and I have talked about our practices being beyond full.  It’s a nice problem to have, but it’s also disconcerting to think that there is an... Read more »

The Rockefeller State Preserve and Stone Barns Carry On a Legacy of Giving Back

  Glorious parkland or progressive farmstead? If you were a well-funded philanthropist, which would you donate to your local community? For the Rockefeller family, the answer was both. And for us fortunate residents of this corner... Read more »