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A Fairytale Reality

A Fairytale Reality

By Gia Miller Photography by Justin Negard Deep in the forest, the morning sun is bursting through the canopy. Its ...
A Day at Sagamore Hill

A Day at Sagamore Hill

Writing and photography by Justin Negard For this issue, we thought a travel story to someone’s home was appropriate. However, ...
Hole in One

Hole in One

Writing by Robin Goetz Artwork by Justin Negard Fourteen-year-old Max Lazarowitz stands on the river’s edge, skipping stones. One after ...
A Day at Sagamore Hill

A Day at Sagamore Hill

Writing and photography by Justin Negard For this issue, we thought a travel story to someone’s home was appropriate. However, ...
Upcycling Your Clutter

Upcycling Your Clutter

Writing by Susan Trumpbour Artwork by Phoebe Polk Ready to embark on a  spring cleaning journey?  Here’s what to do ...
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    2024-05-22
  • Wild Roots Foraging Walk and Potluck
    2024-05-23
  • Farm Yoga at Fishkill Farms
    2024-05-25
  • Spring Medicinal Plant Walk
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  • Bedford Barks
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  • On the Farm Dinner
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  • Pound Ridge Color Run
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  • Bowl for Kids' Sake on June 4 to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Westchester & Putnam
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  • Household Saints—Opening Night Reception and Q&A!
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  • Pride Parking Lot Party + But I'm A Cheerleader
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    2024-06-07
  • Backyard Apothecary, spring session
    2024-06-08
  • FREE EVENT | Soundscapes
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  • Celebrating Pride: Jasmine Rice LaBeija
    2024-06-13
  • FREE EVENT | Celebrating Juneteenth: Charles Turner & Uptown Swing
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  • Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
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  • Tavern On The Trails
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  • Roomful of Teeth | Concert on the Lawn
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  • American Roots Music Festival | Evening Headliner: Madison Cunningham
    2024-06-29
  • The Knights & Aaron Diehl
    2024-06-30
  • Pops, Patriots, & Fireworks | Curt Ebersole, conductor/music director
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  • Concerts for Little Ones: Mariel Bildsten Trio
    2024-07-05
  • Calidore String Quartet with Bridget Kibbey, harp
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  • Duo Kayo | Music & Meditation in the Garden
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  • Kiki Valera y su Son Cubano | Concert on the Lawn
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  • Sphinx Virtuosi | Tommy Mesa, cello
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  • Concerts for Little Ones: Lucy Kalantari
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  • Lost Bayou Ramblers | Concert on the Lawn
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  • Kevin Zhu, violin & Maxim Lando, piano
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  • Sutton Foster
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  • Orchestra of St. Luke’s & Miloš, guitar | Xian Zhang, conductor
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  • René Marie & Experiment In Truth | Jump in the Line: The Music and Life of Harry Belafonte | Concert on the Lawn
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  • Geneva Lewis, violin | Music & Meditation in the Garden
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  • Purcell’s The Fairy Queen
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  • FREE EVENT | THE JUMP UP! Sandbox Percussion
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  • Time for Three | Concert on the Lawn
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  • Jazz Festival | Evening Headliner: Matthew Whitaker
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A Fairytale Reality

A Fairytale Reality

By Gia Miller Photography by Justin Negard Deep in the forest, the morning sun is bursting through the canopy. Its ...
A Day at Sagamore Hill

A Day at Sagamore Hill

Writing and photography by Justin Negard For this issue, we thought a travel story to someone’s home was appropriate. However, ...
Hole in One

Hole in One

Writing by Robin Goetz Artwork by Justin Negard Fourteen-year-old Max Lazarowitz stands on the river’s edge, skipping stones. One after ...
A Day at Sagamore Hill

A Day at Sagamore Hill

Writing and photography by Justin Negard For this issue, we thought a travel story to someone’s home was appropriate. However, ...
Upcycling Your Clutter

Upcycling Your Clutter

Writing by Susan Trumpbour Artwork by Phoebe Polk Ready to embark on a  spring cleaning journey?  Here’s what to do ...
Coconut Fat Wash

Coconut Fat Wash

By Dr. Elixir Mixing cocktails at home can easily result in your cocktails matching or exceeding cocktails served in most ...

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The Home Issue

A Day at Sagamore Hill

A Day at Sagamore Hill

Writing and photography by Justin Negard For this issue, we thought a travel story to someone’s home was appropriate. However, rather than drag you to a glitzy mansion with a ...
Upcycling Your Clutter

Upcycling Your Clutter

Writing by Susan Trumpbour Artwork by Phoebe Polk Ready to embark on a  spring cleaning journey?  Here’s what to do with  all your “trash.” Spring is in the air, and ...
How to Refresh Your Home

How to Refresh Your Home

Writing by Clare McAlpin Artwork by Aeneas Eaton Do you want to breathe new life into your home this spring without completely redecorating? Would you like your rooms to better ...
How to Create a Productive Workspace

How to Create a Productive Workspace

Writing by Kayla Schmidt Artwork by Aeneas Eaton In the age of artificial intelligence, productivity can no longer be measured by a person’s efficiency to complete tasks.  “Productivity needs to ...
How to Airbnb Your Home

How to Airbnb Your Home

Writing by Clare McAlpin Artwork by Aeneas Eaton Looking to rent out your home but don't know where to start? Try listing your home on Airbnb or similar sites. But ...
Finding a Home

Finding a Home

Writing by Gia Miller Photography by Justin Negard Author’s note: Beginning in 1987, the Sudanese civil war caused an estimated 20,000 young boys to flee their homes in southern Sudan ...
A Happy Home

A Happy Home

What is family therapy and who is it for? Writing by Ana Dorta Artwork by Tal Doron You’ve likely heard a lot about the many benefits of therapy—it can help ...
Navigating the Transition to Senior Living

Navigating the Transition to Senior Living

Writing by Aerin Atinsky Artwork by Aeneas Eaton There are social outings, opportunities for new hobbies and activities, friends within walking distance, delicious meals prepared for you, housekeeping services and ...
Dear Luz #9

Dear Luz #9

Writing  by Luz Michelle Artwork by Justin Negard Dear Luz, I’m in love with my neighbor. We’re both married to other people, but she’s my soulmate.  She’s everything I always ...
Out Loud: Listen

Out Loud: Listen

Writing  by Laura Hull Founders’ note: Not everyone is born with the ability to use their voice. Not everyone can easily communicate their thoughts, feelings, hopes and dreams. On this ...
How to Protect Your Home From a Disaster

How to Protect Your Home From a Disaster

And what to do if it happens to you Writing by Lindsey Gaynor Artwork by Cara McPartland Here’s a riddle for you: What is difficult to imagine but impossible to ...
Connecting with Andre Catrini

Connecting with Andre Catrini

Writing by Oscar Andy Hammerstein Northern Westchester native André Catrini graduated from John Jay High School in 2007 and is now a musical composer and lyricist in Manhattan. A graduate ...
By Gia Miller Photography by Justin Negard Deep in the forest, the morning sun is bursting through the canopy. Its rays beam down, straight into a gushing, cascading waterfall. A Read More

People Profiles

Got a Sec?

Got a Sec?

“Hi Susanne, this is John calling from United Auto Warranty to let you know your car warranty expired earlier this month. Would you like to extend your warranty and protect your car for another two years?”  Be honest — more often than not, your phone is ringing from a spam call rather than a friend. But have you fallen for ...
Traveling with Kids

Traveling with Kids

By Gia Miller Photography by Justin Negard  We’ve all heard the travel horror stories (and many of us have our own to share) – kids crying the entire fight, throwing tantrums in the middle of a museum, refusing to put their electronic device away for even just a few minutes, etc. But traveling with kids can be a good, perhaps ...
Digging his Own Graves

Digging his Own Graves

Writing  by Clare McAlpin Photography by Gia Miller and Justin Negard For the past ten to 15 years, Katonah’s Terrace Heights is the place to be on the night of October 31st. With hundreds of trick or treaters roaming the street, Peter Linz’s home is often the number one destination for kids and adults alike. And it’s hard to miss.  ...

Life

The Secret to Better Skin is In the Produce Aisle

The Secret to Better Skin is In the Produce Aisle

Writing by Susan Trumpbour Artwork by Joey Cervoni Healthy eating and glowing skin go hand in hand, but did you know some foods can do wonders when applied directly to the skin? Aviral TikTok trend, #bananabotox, claims that rubbing the inside of a banana peel onto the skin can reduce wrinkles, leaving you with younger-looking skin. Sounds amazing, doesn’t it? ...
Think You're Too Busy to Green Your Home?

Think You’re Too Busy to Green Your Home?

Here's how start, while barely lifting a finger. By Gia Miller When it comes to making your home more environmentally friendly, the lengthy (and potentially expensive) “to do” list can be paralyzing. Do I install a heat pump first? Invest in solar panels? Buy new appliances or get a “smart” thermostat? The answer to all these questions is “no.” Instead, ...
The Science Behind Nutritious Food

The Science Behind Nutritious Food

A peek inside the Bionutrient Food Association (BFA) Founders’ note: Every once in a while, we find a person or group that transforms our thinking. The BFA is one of those organizations. In fact, they were the initial inspiration for our farm theme. So, we asked our local BFA chapter leader, Ellen Best, to highlight their amazing research and educational ...

Bringing Charity Home

We proudly worked with local charities to bring attention to their well-deserved causes. Check out our day of glamour and fun.

Home & Garden

Navigating the Transition to Senior Living

Navigating the Transition to Senior Living

Writing by Aerin Atinsky Artwork by Aeneas Eaton There are social outings, opportunities for new hobbies and activities, friends within walking distance, delicious meals prepared for you, housekeeping services and even entertainment—there's plenty to be excited about when it comes to community living.  ProMatura, a market research firm focusing on residential communities, reports a nearly 90 percent satisfaction rate of ...
The Science Behind Nutritious Food

The Science Behind Nutritious Food

A peek inside the Bionutrient Food Association (BFA) Founders’ note: Every once in a while, we find a person or group that transforms our thinking. The BFA is one of those organizations. In fact, they were the initial inspiration for our farm theme. So, we asked our local BFA chapter leader, Ellen Best, to highlight their amazing research and educational ...
Soil

Soil

Greetings readers. After a short winter hiatus, I am back and eager to sink my hands in the earth and get growing. Though some of us began starting seeds indoors in January or February, I consider the true start of the growing season to be the last frost date. This date is determined using historical climate data and your garden’s ...

Cooking & Cocktails

Citrus Fling

Citrus Fling

Citrus Fling Spring has finally arrived! That means longer days filled with outdoor activities like sports, hiking and yard work. But my favorite spring activity comes at the end of a long day – relaxing with a cocktail while I watch the sunset from my front porch. If you don’t have a porch, this cocktail will taste just as good ...
1683 Taproom

1683 Taproom

It happens at least once a month – we’re having a conversation with someone and, regardless of the original topic, the subject turns to the lack of a good bar in the area. “I really wish there was a place where we could just hang out at night,” they’ll say. “Not a restaurant with a bar, but an actual bar ...
Mai Tai

Mai Tai

Photography by Justin Negard On a hot summer day, I find classic tropical drinks very refreshing, and a Mai Tai is one of my favorites. This version is only slightly different from the standard recipe as I’ve added pineapple liqueur to the mix.  To elevate the drink from “poolside bar” to “cocktail worth bragging about,” focus on your ingredients – ...
Writing  by Lindsey Gaynor Photography by Amy Drucker Exercise enthusiast Linda Murphy is introducing a new type of sweat to Katonah, incorporating different exercise styles into one studio – yoga, Read More

Health & Wellness

"Soul Deep" Self Care, Part 2

“Soul Deep” Self Care, Part 2

Creating a “soul deep” self-care routine Sure, bubble baths are great, but real self-care is a daily routine that improves the quality of your life If you read the previous article on the what and why of “soul deep” self-care, you’re ready to move on to the actual doing. If you haven’t, please read that one first – it’s quick, ...
The Basics of Meditation

The Basics of Meditation

Did you know that meditation can actually change the structure of the brain? According to researchers, it can enhance the part of your brain that governs learning and memory, and it can also promote emotional regulation and self-referential processing. That same study also found that regular meditation practice can decrease the number of cells in the part of the brain ...
What to Know Before You Begin A New Exercise Routine

What to Know Before You Begin A New Exercise Routine

By Emma Richman Studies show that regular exercise is good for you. It helps prevent excessive weight gain, improves your mood, boosts your energy, can prevent certain health conditions and even helps you fall asleep faster. Plus, recent research from Kaiser Permanente in southern California has shown that regular exercise also helps decrease the severity of COVID-19.  But exercise also ...

Events

Friends of Karen: 45 Years of Helping Families in Need

Friends of Karen: 45 Years of Helping Families in Need

By Emily Meehan Friends of Karen, a North Salem-based nonprofit that helps over 1,200 sick children and their families annually, is kicking off its 45th anniversary celebration on Thursday, July 13 at Captain Lawrence Barrel house in Mount Kisco. Their “Cheers From The Heart” celebration will be held from 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m., and everyone’s invited (you can purchase ...
A Night with Robin & Friends at The Bedford Playhouse

A Night with Robin & Friends at The Bedford Playhouse

I was ready to take the world by storm. I was one semester away from earning my Global Liberal Studies degree from NYU when life came to a halt. I’d learned so much about our incredible, interconnected world, and just when I was ready to make a name for myself on this beautiful planet, everything stopped.  There was no way ...

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