History/Culture

Et Tu, Brute?

Et Tu, Brute?

I woke up this morning, and the first thought that popped into my head was that today is March 15.  So, you say?  Well…shouldn’t we “beware the Ides of March”?  So said the Soothsayer in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.  After all, it was a pretty rotten day in 44 B.C. for one Roman guy.  Being stabbed […]

"Angel" by Lee Cappabianca

PHOTO OF THE WEEK – ANGEL, BEECHWOODS CEMETERY NEW ROCHELLE

    [box type=”bio”]  Lee Cappabianca, of PHOTOZBYLEE, is a Multimedia Photographer serving the NY Tri-State area. Lee specializes in head shots, portraits and behind the scene photos of all aspects of the entertainment business. Lee can be found on www.Facebook.com/photozbylee, and on her website www.photoz-by-lee.com. She can be reached via email at [email protected][/box]

Where were you?  A 9/11 Remembrance.

Where were you? A 9/11 Remembrance.

I have been feeling a pit in my stomach lately.  Its a pit that is associated with writing this article.  I still don’t want to write about 9/11…and its hard to talk about it.  But, I have children.  One of my children is almost 13, and she has questions.  She is fascinated.  She wants to […]

LET FREEDOM RING!  Westchester County 4th of July Guide 2011

LET FREEDOM RING! Westchester County 4th of July Guide 2011

The July 4th holiday is our National Independence Day.  It is a day Americans celebrate with pride, pomp and circumstance.  Did you know that two of the most important battles of the Revolutionary War were fought in Westchester?  Our county saw more fighting and battle than any other location in the country.  It was our […]

Westchester Happening This Week

Westchester Happening This Week

There are so many things going on this weekend around Westchester County.  In addition to our guide for Father’s Day, there tons of things to do, places to go, and people to see around the county. Don’t forget to check out the GREAT HUDSON RIVER REVIVAL at Croton Point Park this weekend.  It runs on […]