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Flowers Behind the Mountain, A play by Barbara Bennion

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  CONTACT: Christ Episcopal Church & San Marcos at 914-631-2074  Flowers Behind the Mountain A staged reading of the powerful, prize-winning play followed by a Q & A panel discussion                                     This reading is FRE... More »

Camilla Calhoun

A Vivid Chronicle of Tuscan Life in Local Writer’s The White Moth

by Linda Viertel –  Memoir and romanticism collide in Tarrytown author Camilla Calhoun’s loving tribute to her late husband Aldo Rafanelli and his family in her book, The White Moth: Three Generations at a Tuscan Villa. Beautifully designed and stylishly writt... More »


Community Voices Heard Concert Fundraiser at Jazz Forum: January 31

  Increased political activism in the lower Hudson Valley has resulted in activists from different communities working together to support a wide range of initiatives.  Community Voices Heard (CVH)’s Jazz and Soul Night, on January 31st at Tarrytown’s Jazz For... More »


Tarrytown Resident Releases New Christmas Album

by Kevin Brown –  Melinda DeRocker, a local Tarrytown resident, performed for a large gathering of friends and supporters celebrating the release of her newest album, “Christmas Time is Here,” on a blustery Saturday night in November. DeRocker grew up in the d... More »


Irvington Theater to Screen “RBG” on December 14

Arts & Entertainment Introduction by Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins and Q&A with Film’s Director by Shana Liebman –  An audible sigh of relief could be heard round the world when Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg quickly recovered from her recent fall ... More »


New Novel by Irvington Librarian, Written for Young Adults

by Barrett Seaman Tom Evans has been living virtually his entire life with the central characters in his new novel, Where Do The Children Play? (Black Rose Writing 2018). Like the twin boys, Wesley and Rory, he and his twin brother spent their early years in f... More »

Russell Shorto

Writer Russell Shorto to Speak in Irvington on Latest Book

by Barrett Seaman –  On November 9, narrative historian Russell Shorto returns to the rivertowns as the featured speaker at the Irvington Historical Society’s annual meeting. The author of Amsterdam: A History of the World’s Most Liberal City and The Island at... More »