In+The+Mood Tarrytown Music Hall

In The Mood – 1940’s Musical Revue Coming to Tarrytown Music Hall

IN THE MOOD, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary of touring, will visit the Tarrytown Music Hall on Friday, April 19, 2019 at 7:30pm. IN THE MOOD celebrates America’s Greatest Generation through... Read more »

Coming Next Month – River Town Science Students to Pair with Regeneron Scientists

  Beginning in the April River Journal, Tarrytown-based Regeneron will partner with local high schools to match a student with one of their scientists for a one-on-one meeting and interview to see real-world scientists at work.... Read more »

Tarrytown Breakfast to Discuss New York Election Law Reform

On March 19, the League of Women Voters of the Rivertowns will present expert discussion of the newly changed New York election laws over a continental breakfast. Speaker John Nonna will break... Read more »

Greenburgh Town Board to Discuss Issues Related to Possible NYS Legalization of Marijuana

Meeting with Colorado officials on March 19TH at 11:00am Town Board Work Session. Should the town of Greenburgh pass a law banning or allowing marijuana sales within our borders after New York... Read more »

The 2019 Lyndhurst Flower Show & Antiques Show Set for April 6-7

The annual Lyndhurst Flower Show and Antique Show opens Lyndhurst’s spring season with an explosion of color and surprising floral installations April 6-7, 2019 from 10 Am to 5 PM.  Over a... Read more »
Tarrytown Sleepy Hollow Bike Lanes

Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow Bike Lane Debate — Bring Balance to Broadway 

Op-Ed: Daniel Convissor, Bike Tarrytown    Most trips we take are short: school, friends, library, activities, shopping. When picking how to get places, we quickly calculate the best choice based on time, safety, enjoyment... Read more »
Tarrytown Sleepy Hollow Bike Lanes

Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow Bike Lane Debate — Balancing the Needs of the Villages

Op-Ed: By Drew Fixell, Mayor of Tarrytown and Ken Wray, Mayor of Sleepy Hollow  We both support efforts to increase walkability and biking in Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow.  Where we differ with... Read more »

A Health Scare Leads to a Life of Healing Others 

In 2005, Sean Chillemi, who was born and raised in Tarrytown, was an Economics major in his final year at Pace University. Along with his girlfriend – now wife – Renee, he led a... Read more »

Picasso People Foster Art Appreciation at W.L. Morse

Students at W.L. Morse appreciated art in an entirely new way when Picasso People visited on January 25. The group provides an Arts in Education experience by developing an appreciation for the... Read more »
Shames JCC 90th Anniversary

The Shames Jewish Community Center – 90 Years Young and Growing

  1929 was a memorable year. For good reasons and bad. Chicago had the St. Valentine’s Day massacre. Hollywood celebrated the first Academy Awards. Herbert Hoover was sworn in as our 31st President in Washington,... Read more »