Performance at Ossining Public Library Highlights Iconic Figures Speaking on the Holocaust and Human Rights

On Wednesday, January 31st the Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center (HHREC) and the Ossining Public Library hosted a live theatrical performance of Letters from Anne and Martin, a unique […] Read more »

Bethany Arts Community Exhibit Highlights Collaboration Between the Black and Jewish Communities 

In a time of growing antisemitism and racial tensions both locally and nationally, it is heartening to discover an exhibit that highlights the collaboration between the Black and Jewish communities […] Read more »

Revolutionary Westchester 250 Highlights Contributions of Black Soldiers, Indigenous Soldiers and Women in the Revolutionary War 

As the 250th anniversary of the founding of the United States approaches, there is no better time than Black History Month (February 2024) and Women’s History Month (March 2024) to […] Read more »

Two Local Students Among Finalists in Regeneron Science Talent Search Competion

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Society for Science (the Society) today announced the top 40 finalists in this year’s Regeneron Science Talent Search, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and […] Read more »

New & Noteworthy: Stand Tall. Breathe Deep. Feel Better.  

For Corina Miranda-Risnes, owner of Ossining-based Stand Tall Breathe Deep, the decision to become a Certified Personal Trainer, Pilates Mat instructor, and NYS Licensed Massage Therapist was rooted in her […] Read more »

Powerful Pulitzer Drama ‘Clybourne Park’ Is on Stage at WCT January 19-28

The play is inspired by stage and film classic A Raisin in the Sun, by Lorraine Hansberry (who resided in Croton-on-Hudson) Read more »

Bistro 512 Brings New Flavor to a Familiar Location

Goodbye, Briar’s, hello Bistro 512.   An Ossining pub that was a local landmark has been replaced by a stylish newcomer with a fresh, updated look and menu.  The new upscale […] Read more »

Grandpas Offer Guidance from Years of Experience.

One need not be an actual grandfather to volunteer with the Grandpas United mentoring program.   “All it takes to be successful is for role models to step up and provide […] Read more »

Bethany Arts Community Presents Black History & Culture: Black Presence. Profound Influence.

Bethany Arts Community (BAC) is honored to announce its 4th annual Black History & Culture exhibition, titled “Black History & Culture: BLACK PRESENCE. PROFOUND INFLUENCE.” The exhibition is curated by […] Read more »

Drama Recalls Only Black Woman Executed at Sing Sing

On Nov. 16, 1944, Helen Ray Fowler died in Sing Sing prison’s electric chair, becoming the only Black woman legally executed in New York State.   Her death at age 37 […] Read more »