Local Residents Help School Secure New Grand Piano 

When Amy Monachelli, a Tarrytown resident and General Manager at Oxford Properties, heard that the Steinway Grand Piano played in the public atrium of Olympic Tower on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan needed a new home,... Read more »

The Supernatural Was Brought to Life at the Sleepy Hollow International Film Festival  

For four days from October 10-13, the first annual Sleepy Hollow International Film Festival (SHIFF) shared the seasonal spotlight in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown. Film fans—as well as lovers of live performances... Read more »

‘Tis the Season for Merrymaking with Historic Hudson Valley

Dickens’s ‘Christmas Carol,’ Holiday Boutique Offer Festive Fun Visitors can get into the spirit of the holiday season with dramatic performances of Dickens’s ‘Christmas Carol’ at the historic Old Dutch Church in... Read more »

Historic Hudson Valley and Brian Clowdus Announce Extension of The Sleepy Hollow Experience

Due to popular demand, Historic Hudson Valley and Brian Clowdus are announcing the addition of eight performances to the run of The Sleepy Hollow Experience, extending the production through November 10. All... Read more »

Sharing the Beauty of Music Behind Bars

You know the power of music. You know that feeling that kicks you in your gut or brings tears to your eyes when you hear the first few bars. But what if... Read more »

Local Authors, Local Books: Christopher Rondina’s ‘Legends of Sleepy Hollow: The Lost History of the Headless Horseman’

Christopher Rondina is a writer and folklorist with a passion for tales of ghosts, witches, and the unknown. ‘Legends of Sleepy Hollow: The Lost History of the Headless Horseman’ explores the fascinating lore and reality behind the Hudson Valley’s most... Read more »

Original Flamenco Performance Coming to Bethany

Featuring a cast of fierce and female flamenco dancers and musicians, “Nosotras Somos…” is an original Flamenco production created by artistic director Rebeca Tomas. The show pays tribute to female empowerment and showcases choreographies that range from traditional flamenco... Read more »

Jeffrey Sterling, CIA Whistleblower and Political Prisoner, to Speak at Warner Library

On November 13th, Rivertowns Episcopal Parishes Action on Inclusion and Racec(REPAIR) and the Warner Library will host Jeffrey Sterling, former CIA agent, for a free reading and discussion about his new book,... Read more »

Local Playwrights among Festival Finalists

River Journal Education Roundup editor Evelyn Mertens of Briarcliff Manor was recently among four finalists in the annual Aery 20/20 Festival at the Philipstown Depot Theatre in Garrison for her play, Plattsburgh.... Read more »

Westchester County Executive & Legislators Join ArtsWestchester for Start of the  2019 Art$WChallenge Matching Fund Drive

The Art$WChallenge has raised over $5.4 million for the arts in Westchester since 2007 Westchester County Executive George Latimer and members of the Westchester County Board of Legislators today joined with ArtsWestchester... Read more »