Philipsburg Manor to Celebrate Pinkster on Saturday, May 18

African drumming and dancing highlight celebration of oldest African American holiday Drumming, dancing, a reading from celebrated author Michael Twitty, an interactive documentary and movie screenings are just some of the exciting... Read more »

ArtsWestchester’s ArtsBash Set for May 16 Featuring More than 20 Top Chefs

ArtsWestchester’s is bringing together chefs from more than 20 top area restaurants for an evening of food, fun and art including Chef David DiBari, Restaurateur John Crabtree, and “Restaurant Hunter” Rob Petrone... Read more »

Best-Selling Author Douglas Brinkley to Launch Author Series at the Ossining Public Library

The Ossining Public Library is announced this week that the Bob Minzesheimer Author Series will host its inaugural session on Wednesday, June 12th, with author and historian Douglas Brinkley, whose most recent... Read more »
Synchronicity, Pit Stop Players

From Irvington School Band to Broadway and Beyond

When Garah and Greg Landes were growing up in Irvington, performing on Broadway and Lincoln Center were far from their thoughts. They were just kids attending the Main Street School and eventually,... Read more »
Antonio Alvarez and his paintings

Irvington Artist Donates Collection of His Work to Decorate Lifting Up Westchester’s Men’s Shelter

Antonio Alvarez, a long-time resident of Irvington, recently donated two dozen of his works on canvas and wood paneling to Lifting Up Westchester for use in decorating its Open Arms Men’s Shelter... Read more »

ArtsWestchester’s ArtsMobile: Bringing the Arts to a Neighborhood Near You

ArtsWestchester, with major support from White Plains Hospital and Con Edison, today announced the launch of the ArtsMobile in Westchester County. ArtsWestchester’s new ArtsMobile, a colorful van custom-fit with all kinds of... Read more »

Collaboration between Businesses Leads to a Picture Perfect Result

When Jesse and Maria Rinka set up their photography studio at the tail-end of Main Street in Tarrytown in 2015, they immediately began to work with other businesses and organizations in the Rivertowns... Read more »
Acorn and Oatmeal, Scattered Books

Rabbits & Reading – Easter Book Recommendations 

Not all rabbits have the pleasure of living in a bookstore like we do. Not only do we have a chance to read, but we love to share our thoughts on books too,... Read more »
Tappan Zee Bridge, Cuomo Bridge, David Rocco

Artist Spotlight – David Rocco: Photographer’s Focus on the Tappan Zee 

  When construction began on the new Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, David Rocco set out to photograph the project from start to finish. Rocco has nearly 10,000 photos in his collection, marking the beauty of the... Read more »

BHS Spring Musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Is an Immersive Hit! 

The Briarcliff High School theater was abuzz with students rehearsing roles, building a car and creating stage magic through models, video projection and sound effects for the original production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang presented March 1, 2... Read more »