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RiverArts Presents Internationally Acclaimed Dancers September 20

by James Miranda –  Dancing sensations Caleb Teicher and Nic Gareiss’s innovative, percussive talents will be on full display at the Irvington Theater on Friday, September 20 at 8 p.m. The performance will be an intimate duet between Teicher and Gareiss, hoste... More »


Award-Winning Armonk Outdoor Art Show Returns September 21-22

The 58th Annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show (AOAS) will feature 185 juried artists from 26 states and three countries (including 32 new artists) on Saturday and Sunday, September 21 and 22.  Located at 205 Business Park Drive in Armonk, AOAS is ranked the #2 Fine ... More »


8th Annual JazzFest White Plains Returns September 11-15

JazzFest White Plains 2019 is a five-day celebration of jazz, culture, and community — for music lovers of all ages — from Wednesday, September 11 through Sunday, September 15.  A partnership between ArtsWestchester, the City of White Plains, the White Plains ... More »


River Spirit Reigns over Hastings’ Draper Park

A long, languid, sunny September day framed the second annual River Spirit Music & Arts Festival at Hastings on Hudson’s Draper Park Saturday, as crowds were treated to 22 different bands playing on two stages while arts, crafts and food were on sale around th... More »


School News: Hall of Fame Essay Contest Winners

The annual Hall of Fame Essay contest, part of the curriculum for 10th graders at Sleepy Hollow High School, was won last semester by Maya Weitzen and Arya Glenn. The Tarrytown School District, The Historical Society Serving Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown, and th... More »


Tree of Life Benefit Concert at Irvington Theater Sept. 27

by W.B. King – While Rob Rosman is an ardent fan of music, leaning toward the San Francisco Bay Area sound that produced the likes of the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane, he’s also a father whose eldest son is autistic. So, for the seventh time, Rosman is... More »


Tarrytown Painter Takes Long Road on Her Artistic Journey

Arts & Entertainment by Rich Monetti –  Clara Shen was sitting in her Tarrytown studio a few years ago and had the impetus to go for a ride. Instead, the Chinese immigrant began splattering an easel with the scene of a colorful sports car taking a road trip al... More »


Three More Years of Free Outdoor Jazz

Rivertowns aficionados of summer jazz concerts will be heartened to hear that Mark Morganelli, Executive and Artistic Director of Jazz Forum Arts in Tarrytown has signed a new contract with Montefiore Health Systems to extend their presenting sponsorship of hi... More »