My Westchester: Nick Bruel and Esmerelda

In this issue we’re launching a new column, My Westchester, a Q&A featuring some of our more high-profile neighbors in the River Towns. Turn to page 15 for the first in the... Read more »

Why Pair Wine with Your Meal?

For centuries Europeans from wine growing regions such as Italy, France and Spain have been drinking wine every day with their lunch and dinner. Wine is almost a food group in these... Read more »

Trail & Tunnel Notes … From the Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct

You might not realize it, but the trail that slices through many of these river towns sits atop a rich vein of history. Just below the surface lies the Old Croton Aqueduct,... Read more »

Life in the Woods Debuts at Washington Irving in Tarrytown

Washington Irving fourth and fifth-graders explored the themes of kindness, acceptance and consciousness in an original musical revue called Life in the Woods, inspired by Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods and Disney’s... Read more »

International Film Festival Coming to Sleepy Hollow

It’s October. It’s Sleepy Hollow. It’s the setting, each year, for one of the most historically spooky Halloweens in all of the US.    But now, in 2019, it’s even more. The River Journal can exclusively announce... Read more »

Irvington High School Musicians Holiday Performance at MetLife Building

The Irvington High School Wind Ensemble and Chorale performed a variety of holiday classics during the annual Bernard Kaplan Memorial Music Program Concert Series, held in the main lobby of the MetLife... Read more »

An Artful New Year’s Resolution We Can All Keep

When pondering New Year’s Resolutions, we’d like to suggest a new type of goal setting. We recommend building visits to local art galleries into your 2019 calendar. How will such planning lead... Read more »