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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

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Creating Conversations

Creating Conversations

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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

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 ...
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

Kids and Sports

Kids and Sports

By Gia Miller Photography by Justin Negard  Leah Pizer Goldens Bridge parent of a 19-year-old boy who plays baseball for the University of Tampa Nic Denyer South Salem parent of 16-year-old twin boys; Rugby coach at Marist College  Craig Kelly Katonah parent of a 9-year-old boy and 7-year-old girl; PE teacher at PS 267 in Manhattan Exercise is an important ...
Working Girl

Working Girl

Writing  by Kaitlyn Hardy Photography by Justin Negard At only 14 years old, Bedford’s Madison Lagares has already starred in two Broadway musicals and has numerous film and television credits under her belt. Plus, she’s a singer/songwriter who is working on her debut album. And she’s just getting started. At age five, Madison Lagares walked up to the Jedi better ...
All The World's A Stage

All The World’s A Stage

When COVID-19 hit the United States in 2020, 12-year-old Waccabuc resident Colby Kipnes began distance learning, just like her peers. But unlike most other children, Kipnes also took on the very adult role of working from home. But, her work couldn’t be done at her desk – she had to work in a closet, her mother’s closet, to be precise ...

Life

The Newest Home Trend: Optimizing Spaces

The Newest Home Trend: Optimizing Spaces

The economy and current events heavily influence our homes. We can thank the end of the 1918 flu pandemic and World War I for the glitz and glamour of the 1920s. The stark modernism of the 1930s is due to the Great Depression and the beginning of World War II. The rebelliousness of the 1960s brought bold, youthful colors and ...
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 easily communicate their thoughts, feelings, hopes and dreams. On this page, we’re giving non speaking people in our community the opportunity to be heard. The authors are students at Mouth to Hand Learning Center in Mount Kisco. You can read ...
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

Piece By Piece

Piece By Piece

By Cathy Deutsch Seventeen years ago, when Katonah resident Ali Voron was a newlywed, she began collecting unusual odds, ends and furniture she found interesting.  “We were just starting out, and we didn’t have the funds or the desire for typical mass manufactured furnishings,” says Voron, who opened Piece Revival in Cross River in March 2023. “I've always been artistic ...
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 ...
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 you know what that means—it’s time to give your home a good old-fashioned cleaning. It’s the perfect opportunity to declutter, organize and freshen up your living space.  According to the ...

Cooking & Cocktails

Zen Merge

Zen Merge

Hewins developed this cocktail for his wife Maria Elena, using her favorite flavors. Serves two. 3 oz. white agave syrup 3 oz. mixture of fresh lemon and lime juice 6 oz. vodka 2 two-inch pieces of cucumber, peeled and chopped 15-20 fresh mint leaves 2 slender spears of peeled cucumber 2 mint sprigs In a shaker, muddle the chopped cucumber ...
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 – ...
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 ...
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

“Soul Deep” Self Care

The term self-care gets bandied about quite a bit these days – here’s what you need to do before you can take care of yourself properly For many people “self-care” brings to mind the image of candlelit baths and aromatherapy massages. And while those are two stellar ways of caring for yourself, if you’re dealing with any kind of mental health challenge, ...
5 Myths About Mindfulness Meditation with Dan Harris

5 Myths About Mindfulness Meditation with Dan Harris

Have you ever tried to meditate? Were you successful? Or did you stop and think “I must be doing something wrong,” because your whole world didn’t magically change? Or your mind wandered? Perhaps you felt silly or uncomfortable?  There are a lot of myths surrounding meditation, so we sat down with Chappaqua resident Dan Harris, to dispel some of the ...
Making Meaning Where You Can't Make Sense

Making Meaning Where You Can’t Make Sense

“Some things in life cannot be fixed; they can only be carried.” ― Megan Devine, author of It's Ok that You're Not Ok I’ve spent many years trying to make sense of my psychological and circumstantial struggles, ever on the lookout for “signs” that would clue me in to the reason for it all — the spiritual rationale, the big “why.”  ...

Events

Back to the 80s

Back to the 80s

I did it again – I went out! And I had a blast! My former middle school put on a show called “Back to the 80s.” I’d never heard of it, but I do love vintage Madonna. Plus, I knew some of my former castmates would want to see what John Jay Middle School is up to these days and ...
Katonah Love: The New Sewer

Katonah Love: The New Sewer

When one thinks of Katonah, the word ‘spicy’ invariably comes to mind. It’s the ultimate singles scene. The perfect hotspot for romance, dating, and whatever hookups someone might want. Even the word “Katonah” translates roughly to “nights of passion.” (I think?) So, when I told my city friends that I was moving to this sizzling Northern Westchester neighborhood, they all ...

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