New Exhibit at Rockefeller State Park Preserve Art Gallery 

Rockefeller Park Preserve’s gallery is presenting “Spacial Impressions”, a photography exhibition featuring work by five photographers.   Michael Garber, a nature, landscape, and portrait photographer, Bobbi Lane, an award-winning still life, people, and corporate photographer, Lee... Read more »

Under Peekskill Impresario Peggy Boyce, ‘Ladies of Laughter’ Is No Joke  

Peekskill resident and Ladies of Laughter (LoL) Executive Producer Peggy Boyce had a knack for comedy at an early age. Growing up in Levittown, Long Island, with her parents and four siblings, she always was making jokes and was known from grammar school through college as the class... Read more »

Local Authors, Local Books: Understanding Special Needs Parenting, From the Inside 

When I take my son to special needs programs around Westchester, I often hear autism parents quote a particular statistic – 70% of special needs couples break up. I’ve never been able... Read more »

Pocantico Hills Students Mount Annie JR. the Zoomsical 

The March 19 performance of . took place in the Pocantico Hills School auditorium, but instead of on stage, cast members were spaced around the edges of the empty audience seats. Each stood in... Read more »

National Poetry Month – Pure Poetic Pleasure

For this year’s National Poetry Month, Bethany Arts Community’s first celebration of the event, a packed agenda has been planned, with exhibits, talks, workshops and readings inspired by the power of the word. ... Read more »

Rehabilitation Through the Arts (RTA) Celebrates 25th Anniversary with Launch of Spring Events

Virtual concert “Uplift” features RTA members in prison, alumni and acclaimed actors including star of The Wire, Michael K. Williams   Short Film “Unlocked” to raise awareness about prison reform to premiere... Read more »

Wins for the Wishing Wall, Tarrytown Jazz and Photography

The Village of Sleepy Hollow Wishing Wall, photographer Elijah Goodwin and the Jazz Forum Arts: Jitterbugs Program were all named 2021 Arts Award Honorees by ArtsWestchester at their annual Arts Awards Celebration, held virtually on April 7.  They were among the... Read more »

National Poetry Month – The Power of Poetry

April is National Poetry Month, a time to honor the legacy and achievements of so many extraordinary poets as well celebrate our first Westchester Poet Laureate, B.K. Fischer. This April is even... Read more »

Seventy Years on Point – The Westchester Ballet Company Set to Soar Again

For 70 years, Ossining-based Westchester Ballet Company (WBC), one of the longest-running regional non-profit youth ballet companies in the United States, has served our county. WBC, made up of 100 young dancers from... Read more »

Meg Griffin Remembers WRNW FM, Rock’s ‘Glorious Playhouse’ in Briarcliff Manor

From 1973 to 1981, a shabby building off the main drag in Briarcliff Manor was home to one of the metro area’s most progressive and unconventional FM rock stations, WRNW 107.1. The... Read more »