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Jacob Burns Film Center Set to Reopen April 30

By Rick Pezzullo—  The Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville is set to reopen on Friday, April 30. Tickets for the week of April 30 to May 6 will go on sale Monday, April 26 at noon as a Member Pre-Sale. Any remaining tickets will go on sale to the general ... More »

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Irvington Theater Restarts Live Performances — Outdoors

This is the second in a series about the return of live performance art to the rivertowns. By Brianna Staudt– The Irvington Theater was built in 1902 and doesn’t have a ventilation system. For anyone living through the Covid-19 pandemic, that statement raises ... More »

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Tarrytown Music Hall Welcomes Back First Arts Patrons In-Person

The first in a series about the return of live performance art to the rivertowns.   By Brianna Staudt– When the “two-man, psych-funk orchestra,” Paris Monster, took the stage Sunday evening at the Tarrytown Music Hall, it marked an extraordinary moment: it was... More »

Jane Kang Lawrence (left) and Monica Carrier with their current show at Peep Space
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Stop By for a Peep Into Tarrytown’s New Art Space

By James Carsey— On any given day we make small talk with strangers. It’s usually inconsequential and helps us pass time, fill voids of silence, and show politeness in social situations. On rare occasions, the conversation alters the future. That’s what happen... More »

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Sleepy Hollow Resident Chosen as First Westchester Poet Laureate

By Rick Pezzullo— Sleepy Hollow resident B.K. Fischer was named Tuesday as Westchester County’s inaugural Poet Laureate. Fischer, an author of five books of poetry, was selected by the county and ArtsWestchester over 22 other applicants who sought the position... More »

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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 »

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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 »

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WATERSHED MOMENT

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 »

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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 »

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