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Out Loud: Courage

Out Loud: Courage

Writing  by Declan Toth Founders’ note: Not everyone is born with the ability to use their voice. Not everyone can ...
Self-esteem and Ice Cream

Self-esteem and Ice Cream

You send your child to school to learn “hard skills,” like reading, writing and math. But what about the “soft ...
Creating Conversations

Creating Conversations

Picture it. The movie just ended and all you can think is “What did that mean??” You want to discuss ...
Pause, then keep going…

Pause, then keep going…

By Cathy Deutsch Artwork by Jennie Carr Dr. Corinne Menn recently co-led a four-day medical cruise for women and their ...
Finding Hope

Finding Hope

Struggling with hard-to-treat depression, OCD, anxiety or pain? TMS can get you over that “hump.” Plus, promising signs for brain ...
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Out Loud: Courage

Out Loud: Courage

Writing  by Declan Toth Founders’ note: Not everyone is born with the ability to use their voice. Not everyone can ...
Self-esteem and Ice Cream

Self-esteem and Ice Cream

You send your child to school to learn “hard skills,” like reading, writing and math. But what about the “soft ...
Creating Conversations

Creating Conversations

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Pause, then keep going…

By Cathy Deutsch Artwork by Jennie Carr Dr. Corinne Menn recently co-led a four-day medical cruise for women and their ...
Finding Hope

Finding Hope

Struggling with hard-to-treat depression, OCD, anxiety or pain? TMS can get you over that “hump.” Plus, promising signs for brain ...
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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By Cathy Deutsch Artwork by Jennie Carr Dr. Corinne Menn recently co-led a four-day medical cruise for women and their partners. Over 150 men and women attended, all there to Read More

People Profiles

Pirates, Legos and Feeding the World

Pirates, Legos and Feeding the World

Writing by Elisa Jacobs  Photography by Justin Negard Meet Vanderbilt Klein. He's a pirate-loving Lego-building 4-year-old boy who goes to The Rewilding School. He loves to talk about his favorite superpower, color, food and animal, as well as what he would do with $100. https://connecttomag.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/Vanderbilt.jpg This article was published in the November/December 2023 print edition of Katonah Connect ...
Got a Sec?

Got a Sec?

We spent our Saturday at Caramoor’s American Roots Music Festival. And because Americana, jazz and blues were on the table, we decided to ask folks what topic they’d choose if they wrote a blues song. From Roe vs. Wade to the environment and even a beloved dog, there was no shortage of blues topics at this music festival. Tahra Delphi, ...
Trucks, Tacos and Transformers

Trucks, Tacos and Transformers

Writing and photography by Justin Negard This article was published in the May/June 2023 print edition of Katonah Connect ...

Life

Cultivating Community

Cultivating Community

Local farms are integral to our community: they grow food we eat, educate people of all ages and support vulnerable people. In Westchester, a handful of non-commercial farms prioritize people over profits. They grow food that’s healthy for our bodies and the planet. They empower students, volunteers and curious people of all ages in classes, workshops and activities, and they ...
Five Local-ish Picnic Spots to Visit This Year

Five Local-ish Picnic Spots to Visit This Year

Picnicking is the activity for the spring and summer. What’s better than laying out in the sun, snacking on sandwiches, enjoying fresh berries, listening to music or reading a good book?  Go alone, bring a friend, have a picnic party – whatever you decide to do, it’ll be a good time.  This spring and summer, we recommend you check these ...
A Haven in Cross River

A Haven in Cross River

Elizabeth Kemler wanted a shop that would feel like home. She envisioned a space with relaxing music and bohemian decor that enveloped visitors as they entered, and to quickly shake away the chilly distance that normally lingers between purveyor and customer. For her, a shop should be less about buying and more about relaxing. This was the vision she brought ...

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

Mill River Supply

Mill River Supply

Nestled in the hamlet of Bedford Hills sits the closest thing many local gardeners, landscapers and farmers will likely ever have to their own version of Cheers. You know, the place where everybody knows your name. But this place doesn’t serve beer or have a tall, rangy guy named Sam running the joint. Yet everybody knows the regulars, and for ...
The Future of Farming

The Future of Farming

Climate change, a shrinking water supply, land scarcity, invasive species, disease, trade wars, mega farms – the farming industry is simply not sustainable in its current state. Something must change. But what? Those with their eye toward the future of farming say it’s the farmer and their practices that should change. The broad focus, they say, should center around caring ...
Prescriptions for the Winter Gardener

Prescriptions for the Winter Gardener

Writing by Leslie Dock Whether you are an avid gardener or brand new to plant parenting, facing the shorter cold days ahead and grieving the loss of warmer growing days can be rough. Fret not – you have options to continue your gardening adventures indoors. Here are some indoor plant care prescriptions to help ease you into winter.  To choose ...

Cooking & Cocktails

The Strawberry Cobbler

The Strawberry Cobbler

The Inn at Pound Ridge’s Millwood says he created this drink based on his girlfriend’s request for “something strawberry.” Serves two. 2 strawberries 1 oz. simple syrup 1 ½ oz. lemon juice 1 oz. aloe liquor ½ oz. blood orange liqueur 3 oz. white rum Place the strawberries and simple syrup in a shaker, then muddle the strawberries to a ...
World Cuisines and the People Who Miss Them

World Cuisines and the People Who Miss Them

Writing by Gia Miller, Justin Negard, Emma Richman and Maddie Slogoff We asked our neighbors to tell us about the foods they remember from their native countries. It reminded us that we could learn a thing or two from other cultures. Lucia Gonzalez Katonah via Bogotá, Colombia Please describe Colombian food. It depends on the region. Colombia is very different ...
Summer's Fall

Summer’s Fall

Summer's Fall Just when you think crisp fall days and cooler nights are upon us, that last dose of hot and humid summer air returns. What’s a person to do? Maybe combine the best of summer and fall in your cocktail… Dr. ElixirDownload & Printhttps://connecttomag.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/P2070714-copy-225x300.jpg Ingredients Serves: Two 1 ounce pear brandy 1 ounce apple brandy 1 ounce apple cider ...
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, ...
Reframing Your Mental Health Condition

Reframing Your Mental Health Condition

by Rich Monetti artwork by Andrea Jaffee If you deal with the symptoms of anxiety or depression, you might view them as scourges that hinder your day-to-day well-being. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, if you’re able to view your symptoms in a different and more positive manner, you may actually learn to live with them ...
Empowered Optimism

Empowered Optimism

Empowered Optimism – The only kind that really works We hear a lot about the importance of keeping a positive attitude, a.k.a. being optimistic. Like gratitude, it’s an overused term that we’re told we must do if we’re going to “live our best life” and “shed the negative beliefs holding us back.” The question is, how? With numerous not-so-positive things ...

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 RARE Celebration

A RARE Celebration

by Emma Richman There’s a birthday party in town, and you’re all invited. The third annual RARE Community Event will be held on June 11th, 2023 at the newly renovated Lewisboro town park from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Thanks in large part to Gossett Brothers Nursery, the main sponsor, this party will include pony rides, a disabled petting zoo, ...
2023 Pride Events

2023 Pride Events

Before this year, I’d never been to a pride event before, and I didn’t know there were any in Northern Westchester. I felt alone, and like my community didn’t support me. But now that I’ve learned what’s around us, I want to shout it from the rooftops….or write it about online. Here’s what’s on the gay agenda for June, so ...

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