Pleasantville Music Festival Adds Crash Test Dummies After 10,000 Maniacs Cancel Due To Health Issue 

The Pleasantville Music Festival announced that due to a serious health issue in the band, 10,000 Maniacs has been forced to cancel their ongoing summer tour and will not be […] Read more »

Hunter Begun and Ma’s House Studio Selected for Creatives Rebuild New York’s Artist Employment Program

Former Briarcliff Manor and Cortlandt Manor (Hen Hud class of 2016) resident and current River Journal videographer, Hunter Begun, has received an Artist Employment Program (AEP) grant from Creatives Rebuild […] Read more »

Irvington Shakespeare Company Announces 2nd Annual Summer Shakespeare Production

The Irvington Shakespeare Company, an Irvington Theater Arts Partner, announced their 2nd annual Summer Shakespeare Festival. This summer, they will present a production of William Shakespeare’s: Love’s Labor Lost. The […] Read more »

Tarrytown Cartoonist’s Graphic Novel Traces Life of ‘Smahtguy’ Barney Frank

Eric Orner was working as a cartoonist for an alternative Boston weekly in early 1989 when he first met Barney Frank at a function in the city’s South End.  The […] Read more »

Scott Camera Announces Summer Photography classes

Mothers and very young children– How to take good photographs while enjoying parenting! 4 Meetings at Scott Camera Store July 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 from 9:30 AM – 11:00 […] Read more »

Tarrytown Music Hall Announces Rock the Hall Showcase

Rock The Hall, a competition that offers emerging musicians a chance to showcase their talents and earn a chance to perform on the Tarrytown Music Hall stage, will take place […] Read more »

Students Learn How Artistic Expression Can Affect Change With Artist Visit to SHHS

“When looking at art, you’re able to see––almost feel––a physical representation of history versus just words printed on paper in your textbook or written sources,” expressed one student in Jessica […] Read more »

Local Musicians & Arts 10566 to Host “Feel Good Music Series” at Charles Point

Local musicians Kristina Koller and Alex Smith have teamed up with nonprofit organization Arts 10566 to present the second annual “Feel Good Music Series” this summer featuring musical performances paired […] Read more »

A Dreamy Midsummer Night

Throughout time and across cultures, the summer solstice has been a time of giddy celebration. It signifies new beginnings, abundance, and beauty. On this year’s longest day, June 21, those […] Read more »

Women’s Work is Far From Done at Lyndhurst Mansion

“People assume that for things of significance, they have to go to New York City. That’s easy to do from the River Towns, but people often overlook what’s in their […] Read more »