Is It Too Early to Start Planning?

Event planners and self-planning advice articles and blogs will tell you, “No, it’s never too early to start planning.” As with everything else these days, that answer doesn’t feel so simple anymore.... Read more »

Independent movie houses set to host live screenings

After more than a year delivering an eclectic array of films via livestream, two of the area’s independent movie houses are set to welcome audiences this spring. The Jacob Burns Film Center... Read more »

Ossining Club Prevails During Pandemic 

Torview Swim and Tennis Club is a member-owned, community pool based in Ossining. Although the club has been around for 65 years, the tucked-in, 13-acre gem is unknown to many, but will be... Read more »

A 60-Year Love Affair Resumed

After a year of phone and through-the-window visits with his wife of 60 years, Gordon Yunge finally had an opportunity recently to reunite with his beloved Jane, afflicted with Alzheimer’s and now... Read more »

Independent Movie Houses Set to Host Live Screenings

After more than a year delivering an eclectic array of films via livestream, two of the area’s independent movie houses are set to welcome audiences this spring.  The Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville and the Bedford... Read more »

After a Dark Year, Hope and Curtains Rising at Local Stages

In a year of incalculable loss for so many of us, the arts community has endured not only deaths among its performers that could not be properly mourned, but also the absence... Read more »

The Sound of Silence; Pleasantville Music Fest Cancelled Again

For the second year in a row, the Pleasantville Music Festival has been cancelled. The event, scheduled for July 10th has fallen victim to NY State’s Corona Virus restrictions that prohibit large... Read more »

Lifting Up Westchester Announces Winners from Student Essay Contest Exploring the Lessons Learned from the Pandemic

Lifting Up Westchester, a non-profit agency committed to helping individuals restore their independence, announced the winners of their fourth annual student essay contest. Open to all Westchester students in the 7th to... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Help for the Cruise Industry

I own Chris Caulfield-CruiseOne in Croton on Hudson, NY. My business has been severely impacted by the CDC order to shut down cruises from US ports. The long-awaited instructions issued on April... Read more »

Rotary Club Raises over $140,000 for Meal Program

When the pandemic began last March, it didn’t take long for the Rotary Club of the Tarrytowns to take action. Inspired by the Meal Train for Phelps Hospital that organized meals for health care workers, the Club... Read more »