Paul Jacobs Recital in Pocantico Hills

Paul Jacobs, Chair of The Juilliard School’s Organ Department, will be in recital April 7, on The Laurance S. Rockefeller Memorial Organ, at The Union Church of Pocantico Hills, 555 Bedford Road,... Read more »

Irvington UFSD Students Keep Their Eyes on Art

  The art of Japan’s Yayoi Kusama, top-selling female artist in the world, inspired students at Dows Lane Elementary School and Main Street School to express their imagination and create their own art through the PTSA-funded Eyes on Art program. ... Read more »
Sleepy Hollow Film Festival

SHIFF Update: Film Submissions Around the Corner

In the month since co-founders Taylor White, Matt Verboys and Dale Cunningham announced the Sleepy Hollow International Film Festival (SHIFF), which will take place in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown on Oct 10-13, they’ve returned... Read more »
R. Wayne Reynolds Sing Sing Kills

Unique Interactive Art Project in Ossining

This winter Sing Sing Kill Brewery will present an interactive event in collaboration with local artist R. Wayne Reynolds and Bethany Arts Community. The public is invited to be part of the... Read more »

ArtsWestchester Awards 60 “Arts Alive” Grants Totaling $105,000

ArtsWestchester today presented 60 “Arts Alive” grants totaling $105,000 to help fund more arts workshops, free concerts, theater performances, children’s murals, film festivals and much more throughout Westchester and Rockland counties. Administered... Read more »

Greenburgh and the Arts

Greenburgh has a rich artistic culture and history. Below are the stories of a few notable artists who either currently live in Greenburgh, lived here in the past, or were born here.... Read more »
Bethany Arts Council

Ossining’s Bethany Arts Community Receives Grants from NYS Council on the Arts

Bethany Arts Community ( BAC ), a new 44,000 sq. ft. multi-arts space just completing its first year of operations, received $202,347 in funding from the New York State Council on the... Read more »

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 »

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 »