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iPic Theater in Dobbs Ferry to Close Monday

By Rick Pezzullo The iPic Theaters Westchester will screen its last film this weekend as the Dobbs Ferry theater will close as part of a company restructuring. The official closure will be on Monday, November 11 and follows parent company, iPic Theaters, filin... More »


The Swan’s House Opens in Tarrytown

by Barbara Moroch “Home is where your story begins,” author Annie Danielson once said, and that’s something Arthur Gandy and Sara Swan have taken to heart. She made a career out of studying fine art and fashion design. He made a career in carpentry. Together, ... More »


New Rivertowns Service: Fitness Equipment Repair

by Barrett Seaman –  Don’t you hate it when your elliptical machine breaks down and you can’t find the part needed to fix it? Not just individual fitness equipment owners but clubs, gyms and companies that offer their employees a way to work out on premises al... More »


Fred Astaire Tarrytown Celebrates 20 Years and the American Dream

by Alexander Roberts –  They came to the United States with $2,000 and a dream. Dancing partners since the ages of 15 and 13 in the Ukraine, Sasha and Olga Bylim achieved worldwide recognition in 1989 when they were invited to represent the Soviet Union in a b... More »


Jewish Business Network to Host Breakfast Forum in Tarrytown

by Alexander Roberts – The Jewish Business Network (JBN) will host a Business Breakfast Forum on Thursday, September 12 (7:45-9:45 a.m.) at the DoubleTree in Tarrytown and features an array of business leaders, headlined by Mario Gabelli, Founder and CEO of GA... More »


9/14 from 11 am to 5 pm

Save the date! Saturday, September 14 Rivertown Public Market at Dobbs Ferry Waterfront Park 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Hudson Independent is proud to support the Rivertown Public Market as an official media sponsor. For a complete list of vendors and updates about... More »


Seaman Speaks to Rivertowns Rotary

At the group’s August 20th meeting, Jean Sears, president of the Rivertowns Rotary, introduced Barrett Seaman, chairman of the editorial board of The Hudson Independent, who spoke on his experiences as White House correspondent for Time Magazine during the Rea... More »


Art Studio Geared to the Whole Family Opens in Irvington

by Katherine Cain –  Nestled on the bottom of Main Street in the village of Irvington is the newly opened Art XO Studio, a family-owned and operated studio that offers walk-ins (pay-to-play opportunities to express one’s self artistically), as well as classes ... More »

photo by Tim Thayer - Tarrytown Nearly New Shop closes

Nearly New Shop Closes Doors

The Hudson Independent expresses heartfelt gratitude to The Nearly New Shop in Tarrytown for its indispensable service to the community.  The shop, which opened in 1942 as a part of the Junior League of Westchester-on-Hudson, closed its doors at 35 South Broad... More »