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Westchester Dinner Theatre Takes Its Final Bow

By Linda Viertel– After 46 years, The Westchester Broadway Theatre (WBT), Westchester’s longest running Equity theatre, will be closing its doors, another victim of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Over the years, WBT has produced 217 musicals, hosted numerous concerts... More »

The Wishing Wall: Well Worth the Walk

By Barrett Seaman— At first it was just a wall—a 520-feet long, 10-feet high barrier separating the vast Edge-on-Hudson construction project from the RiverWalk along the banks of the Hudson, out by the Tarrytown lighthouse. Last year, when planning the annual ... More »


Lyndhurst Swimming Pool Building Opens with Site-Specific Art Exhibit Lyndhurst continues to enhance every architectural, cultural and landscape component of the mansion’s extensive property on South Broadway in Tarrytown. Following on several successful art e... More »

A 3.6-Mile Art Gallery

By Annabelle Allen– The new Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, the largest infrastructure project in the nation, now has another claim to fame as the Highline of the Hudson Valley.  At 3.6 miles long, the bicycle and pedestrian path is home to the largest permane... More »

Stuck at Home? Why Not Write a Song?

Tarrytown’s Ellie Johnson, erstwhile student at SUNY Binghampton, has been housebound since the Great Lockdown. So she had her dad Joe reworked the old Kool and the Gang number “Ladies Night” to reflect these hard times, renaming their version “Corona Night.” ... More »