An Easy Guide To Choosing The Right Turntable

As vinyl records are making a comeback, there has been an influx of turntables on the market. This is great for people who want to get in on the latest trend before... Read more »

Different Types Of Interesting Funeral Traditions Around The World

Death is always a dark time in anyone’s moment and finding out that a loved one has passed away is extremely difficult. However, the burying process can make grief easier, and it... Read more »

Local Authors, Local Books: Ah, Sweet (and Sour) Mystery of Life 

I’m a lifelong resident of Westchester County with a long career in youth services, going back to the ‘70s as Director of Yonkers Neighborhood Youth Corps. I enjoy travel, reading, golf, and gardening, and... Read more »

Orchestra 914 Dials in to Westchester

After a pandemic hiatus that played out for a year, the former Chappaqua Orchestra has a new leader, a new home base, and a new identity.    After public performances were suspended from... Read more »

On Screen, Sol Miranda Shines Brightly

When they say “talent will out,” it means someone with obvious skills at their craft ultimately will be rewarded. Casting directors say they know within 15 seconds of an actor’s audition if... Read more »

Ocean Morisset Sets His Sights on a New Horizon 

It will be a huge loss to the community when Peekskill resident and award-winning photographer Ocean Morisset moves to Costa Rica in early 2022. Morisset, who has lived in Peekskill since 2014,... Read more »

Do You Collect Cards? Here Are Some Useful Tips

Card collecting has captured the minds and imaginations of young people for well over a century. Card collecting as we know it today began a few decades ago, with the release of... Read more »

Marquee Records Rocks the Music Hall

Tarrytown’s Main Street got a little bit hipper this November when The Tarrytown Music Hall opened its doors to a permanent used record shop. Located in second floor office space, Marquee Records is run completely by volunteers, with... Read more »

A Local Mecca for Cinema Artists and Audiences

‘People are coming back to the theater,’ says Jacob Burns Film Center Executive Director Mary Jo Ziesel (r), seen here at a screening (and Q&A) of Spencer, about Princess Diana, with the film’s director Pablo Larraín (c) and JBFC Founding Director of Film... Read more »

Majority Leader Stewart-Cousins nominates Tarrytown Music Hall to the NYS Historic Business Preservation Registry 

State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins has nominated the Tarrytown Music Hall for inclusion in the New York State Historic Business Preservation Registry. This is the inaugural year for the registry, which... Read more »