Irvington Theater Continues Fall Family Tradition with Under-the-Stars Screening of Coco

The Irvington Theater invites audiences to the Main Street School Lawn on Friday, October 14 for an outdoor screening of Disney/Pixar’s 2017 hit, Coco.  Presented as part of IT’s ongoing […] Read more »

Celebration of Gratitude: Sleepy Hollow Cultural Festival Community Art Exhibit

As part of the recent Sleepy Hollow Cultural Festival, the organizers invited artists and community members to submit pieces of their art or creative work that embodies, reflects, or answers […] Read more »

Sleepy Hollow Announces Full Slate of Halloween-Themed Events

Sleepy Hollow ushers in Halloween season with a full calendar of family friendly events. From Hayrides — to a glass pumpkin patch — to a Washington Irving-inspired circus, Sleepy Hollow […] Read more »

Benise “The Prince of Spanish Guitar” 20th Anniversary Tour at Paramount September 23rd

Emmy Award winner, Benise, “The Prince of Spanish Guitar,” is coming to the Paramount Stage in Peekskill, New York on September 23rd. Benise is an artist that has evolved the tradition of […] Read more »

The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow Rides Again in All New Cirque Performance Starting Sept. 23

Washington Irving Narrates Story via Hologram to Commemorate 200 Year Anniversary  Step back in time. It’s the 1800’s. Hear the clamoring metal horseshoes click across cobblestone roads in this dark […] Read more »

Cortlandt Playwright’s ‘Angels Among Us’ Touches Down in Yorktown

Elise Milner believes some people enter our life and change it for a moment — or for a lifetime. That is the premise of Angels Among Us, written by the […] Read more »

Local Authors, Local Books: Tearing Down the Wicked Wall

One-hundred years ago, a decade before Gloria Steinem was born and 40 years before Betty Friedan identified “the problem that has no name,” American newspaper columnist Elsie Robinson pushed readers […] Read more »

Explore the Region with Gateway Chamber’s Dynamic Directory  

Finding places to shop, dine, and stay just became a lot more dynamic in the Hudson Valley, thanks to a $25,000 grant awarded by State Senator Peter Harckham to the […] Read more »

My Friendship With John Cheever

Literature has been the salvation of the damned, literature has inspired and guided lovers, routed despair and can perhaps in this case save the world. – John Cheever We lived in […] Read more »

Choices: A Rock Opera to Hit CPAC Stage

Following 3 oversold premiere performances at Whippoorwill Hall in Westchester County, NY, the creative team of Choices: A Rock Opera went back to the drawing board to improve the show […] Read more »