Margaret Highland, Program Chair and Historian of the Anne Hutchinson Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Bronxville, NY, encourages “anyone that likes a good story, to come to the FREE program on Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015, 1PM” at the Yaeger Community Room of Bronxville Public Library, 201 Pondfield Road, for “The Invisible Irish […]
This Halloween, ghouls of all ages are invited to celebrate the holiday where it started—in church. On Thursday, October 31 at 5 p.m., The Reformed Church of Bronxville presents its first ever Halloween Organ Spooktacular, a concert of spooky organ classics performed by the church’s eerily talented Minister of Music, Dr. Sándor Szabó—in costume! A […]
by Matt Tomasino Westchester is full of alternative therapy options that parallel some of the world’s renowned modalities across the globe. Local practitioners work amongst Westchester residents who may be unaware of the talents that surround them, however each year those that search for alternative remedies dramatically increases. According to a 2011 report by The World […]
On a rare occurrence, the other half and I decided to step out for dinner on a Thursday, this past week. We never get out during the week, between our career schedules, and the kids’ schedules. But, we both got home late, and I was not in the mood to cook. So, we jumped in […]
On Saturday, July 9, 2011, the rock radio station, 107.1 The Peak, the Village of Pleasantville, and Westchester Medical Center present the 7th Annual Pleasantville Music Festival. This is one of the greatest music festivals around, because it combines the small-town and friendly feel of the Village of Pleasantville with premium, world-class musicians and bands.
When is the last time you stopped into a local, small business to buy a shirt, some soap, or a pair of fashion earrings? Most of us in Westchester are often so busy that we like to shop in the department stores to hit all birds with one stone. We are constantly on the go, […]