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Uncorking Change

Uncorking Change

By Serena Norr Photography by Adria Ellis On October 6, Bedford resident Christy Counts was drenched. She’d spent her day, ...
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We spent Saturday, June 29 at Caramoor's American Roots Festival and heard many incredible musicians perform. The weather was perfect ...
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We spent Saturday, June 22 at Lewisboro’s fourth annual Pride in the Park, and we met so many incredible people ...
A Day in Hudson

A Day in Hudson

Writing & Photography by Justin Negard There are several good “New York rivertown” comeback stories in our area. Places like ...
Getting Personal

Getting Personal

By Gia Miller The year is 2040 and you receive a stage four cancer diagnosis. Your oncologist says you’ll need ...
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The Bedford Playhouse
Thu, 18 Jul, 07:00 PM
During an election year with over two million Americans currently incarcerated, BEYOND BARS exposes the continuing impact of white supremacy,…
 
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Caramoor
Thu, 18 Jul, 07:00 PM
Presented in Collaboration with Jazz at Lincoln Center. This concert, led by René Marie on vocals, intersperses the most beloved…
 
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Caramoor
Fri, 19 Jul, 07:30 PM
Grammy-nominated pianist Joyce Yang is hailed for her “poetic and sensitive pianism” (Washington Post) and a “wondrous sense of color”…
 
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Caramoor
Sat, 20 Jul, 11:00 AM
Center yourself within the tranquility of the Sunken Garden in full mid-summer bloom, as a solo violin gently guides you…
 
Pet of the Week: Candy
  • René Marie & Experiment In Truth | Jump in the Line: The Music and Life of Harry Belafonte | Concert on the Lawn
    2024-07-18
  • Let's Talk: Beyond Bars Screening + Q&A
    2024-07-18
  • Joyce Yang, piano
    2024-07-19
  • Geneva Lewis, violin | Music & Meditation in the Garden
    2024-07-20
  • Sensory Screening: Despicable Me 4
    2024-07-20
  • Purcell’s The Fairy Queen
    2024-07-20
  • FREE EVENT | THE JUMP UP! Sandbox Percussion
    2024-07-21
  • Local Student Film: The Woodpile
    2024-07-23
  • Our Song, Our Story: The New Generation of Black Voices
    2024-07-25
  • Time for Three | Concert on the Lawn
    2024-07-26
  • Jazz Festival | Evening Headliner: Matthew Whitaker
    2024-07-27
  • Swim Across America - Long Island Sound
    2024-07-27
  • Apollo’s Fire
    2024-07-28
  • Classic Tuesday: Witness (1985)
    2024-07-30
  • Mark Morris Dance Group
    2024-08-01
  • Concerts for Little Ones: Gabriel Globus-Hoenich
    2024-08-02
  • Richard Goode, piano
    2024-08-02
  • Clayton Stephenson, piano
    2024-08-03
  • Summer Lawn Series: Not Dead Yet
    2024-08-03
  • Rhiannon Giddens
    2024-08-03
  • Orchestra of St. Luke’s & Jeremy Denk, piano | Thomas Wilkins, conductor
    2024-08-04
  • Cult Classic: Four Weddings and a Funeral
    2024-08-08
  • Lun Li, violin & Hanzhi Wang, accordion | Music & Meditation in the Garden
    2024-08-10
  • Katonah Classic Stage Film Festival
    2024-08-10
  • Summer Lawn Series: Broadway In Bedford - West End Hits
    2024-08-11
  • In The Whale: The Greatest Fish Story Ever Told
    2024-08-13
  • Mokoomba | Concert on the Lawn
    2024-08-16
  • Author Talk: Hard To Kill with James Patterson
    2024-08-18
  • Classic Tuesday: Viva Las Vegas
    2024-08-27
  • Support Connection's Support-A-Walk for Breast & Ovarian Cancer
    2024-10-06
  • 2nd International Conferences on Biotechnology and Bioengineering ,2024
    2024-10-24
  • 2nd International Conferences on Biotechnology and Bioengineering ,2024
    2024-10-24
  • 3rd International Conference on Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering
    2025-02-20

Connect To | Connecting with Better than Ezra's Kevin Griffin (Pleasantville Music Festival)

Connect To | Connecting with Nathaniel Galka

Connect To | Five Questions with Pulse Performing Arts Academy

Uncorking Change

Uncorking Change

By Serena Norr Photography by Adria Ellis On October 6, Bedford resident Christy Counts was drenched. She’d spent her day, ...
Got a Sec?

Got a Sec?

We spent Saturday, June 29 at Caramoor's American Roots Festival and heard many incredible musicians perform. The weather was perfect ...
Got a Sec?

Got a Sec?

We spent Saturday, June 22 at Lewisboro’s fourth annual Pride in the Park, and we met so many incredible people ...
A Day in Hudson

A Day in Hudson

Writing & Photography by Justin Negard There are several good “New York rivertown” comeback stories in our area. Places like ...
Getting Personal

Getting Personal

By Gia Miller The year is 2040 and you receive a stage four cancer diagnosis. Your oncologist says you’ll need ...
Tiki Tango

Tiki Tango

Writing by Dr. Elixir Photography by Justin Negard Two of the things I enjoy about fat-washing alcohol are the layered ...

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By Serena Norr Photography by Adria Ellis On October 6, Bedford resident Christy Counts was drenched. She’d spent her day, beginning at 7 a.m., working with her all-female team to Read More

People Profiles

DIY Hero

DIY Hero

In the modern world of YouTube videos and ‘how-to’ websites, the DIY solution can be tempting. A two minute video can be all the inspiration needed to break out the welding torch and chainsaw. But should you? How do you know what’s within reach and what’s going to burn the house down or leave you knee-high in a basement full ...
Like, Love, Follow

Like, Love, Follow

How to use social media in a healthy way By Susan Trumpbour Social media—the double-edged sword of our digital age. It’s a modern-day wonderland that grants us access to a world of communication, self-expression and social connection, yet it leaves us vulnerable to a Pandora’s box of cyberbullying, curated content and constant comparison to others. It’s a bittersweet relationship that ...
Cracking the Cooking Code

Cracking the Cooking Code

Writing by Oliver Berke Artwork by Erin Nazzaro It’s a kitchen nightmare that has haunted all of us. A canvas of sauces and spices blanketing the floor tiles, smoke billowing out from a crazed assortment of pots and pans on the stovetop, and the fire alarm ringing through your ears. Your hands streak across the cookbook’s pages, eyes scanning each ...

Life

Happiness is the Best Medicine For You and Your Dog

Happiness is the Best Medicine For You and Your Dog

by Dr. Sarah J. Cutler Dogs have evolved alongside humans for thousands of years.  We’ve bred them to work for us: herding, hunting, guarding, policing, sniffing out drugs and disease, working in search and rescue, and serving people with physical or mental health conditions.  However, most dogs in the United States are companions and treated like family members.   Some dogs ...
A Day at the Tin Building

A Day at the Tin Building

Writing & Photography by Justin Negard For over 180 years, the Fulton Fish Market in lower Manhattan was a true center of New York City commerce. Founded in 1822, this bustling market was one of the busiest fish markets in the world, and it holds a nearly two-hundred-year history that began before the Civil War and lasted through its mafia-laden ...
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 ...

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

Keep it Growing

Keep it Growing

Writing by Leslie Dock Artwork by Zoe Stevensy Tips for a consistent harvest Afew months ago, my brother asked me what farmers do during the winter. My immediate response was, “We rest.” Compared to the absurd amount of activity farmers engage in during the other nine months of the year, this statement is largely accurate. When not resting, a farmer ...
Hydrangea Mania

Hydrangea Mania

Writing by Leslie Dock Artwork by Elizabeth Gourlay *Editor’s note: Hydrangeas are so beloved in our area that Leslie Dock created a complete printable guide on what to buy and how to care for them. Click here to download your expert tips. Igrew up in the Midwest—Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to be exact. The small suburban gang of kids I ran with ...
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

Impossible Noodles

Impossible Noodles

Serves 2-3 people Ingredients 4 oz. dry Dandan noodles 1 lb. Impossible beef 2-3 Tbsp. chili oil, plus more for the noodles Cilantro Splash black vinegar Fried scallions Peanuts Fried Shallots (optional) 2 Tbsp of a neutral flavored such as canola or grapeseed oil 2 shallots Homemade chili oil (optional) 1 cup of a neutral flavored such as canola or ...
From Truck to Table

From Truck to Table

Writing by Ava Fleisher Photography by Justin Negard Envision, if you will, a hot summer day amidst the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in June 2020. With the sun beaming down on the parking lot of Northern Westchester Hospital, healthcare workers flocked to a trailer where free lunches were served by Jason Charles and his family, who own what is ...
Hanukkah Themed Chocolate-Covered Oreos

Hanukkah Themed Chocolate-Covered Oreos

Writing  by Cathy Deutsch Looking for a fun, easy, Hanukkah-themed dessert that's a step up from your average gelt packet? You've found your match. These chocolate-covered Oreos are a perfect holiday recipe to make with kids and don't require too many ingredients or make a big mess. Plus, you can decorate the Oreos in any way you'd like, with your ...
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

Like, Love, Follow

Like, Love, Follow

How to use social media in a healthy way By Susan Trumpbour Social media—the double-edged sword of our digital age. It’s a modern-day wonderland that grants us access to a world of communication, self-expression and social connection, yet it leaves us vulnerable to a Pandora’s box of cyberbullying, curated content and constant comparison to others. It’s a bittersweet relationship that ...
Stop Dieting and Start Eating Well

Stop Dieting and Start Eating Well

By Gia Miller Diet – it’s a four-letter word that makes a lot of people cringe. Some people spend their life uttering that word, others do it before milestone events so they “look good in the pictures,” and there are those who avoid it altogether. Regardless of which category you fall into, most of us know diets don’t really work ...
Want to Improve Your Health? Be Kind.

Want to Improve Your Health? Be Kind.

Writing by Ana Dorta Yhen we walk into our local coffee shop every morning, some of us take the time to wish the cashier a good day, while others might saunter out without saying anything. But while a simple act of kindness like wishing someone well may seem purposeless and trivial, both anecdotal and scientific discoveries demonstrate the benefits that ...

Events

Chili and Spice

Chili and Spice

Spicy. I wanted spicy. After a few months in Katonah, I still hadn’t found the hot singles scene that I was looking for. Sure, I tried the sewer ribbon-cutting in December – that was a big dump. I’ve sauntered the aisles of DeCiccos in a striking pair of Louboutins, but I always leave with dinner for one. I even bought ...
Caramoor’s sensory-friendly Reggie Harris concert

Caramoor’s sensory-friendly Reggie Harris concert

Is there a person in your life (child or adult) who is neurodiverse, has sensory sensitivities and/or simply can’t sit still when the music moves them? If so, you probably avoid taking them to concerts, events or other loud/crowded places, but you wish you could. Everyone should experience the power of live music, right? Thankfully, Caramoor sees you, and they’re ...
A Quick Connect with Eilen Jewell

A Quick Connect with Eilen Jewell

When You Meet a Singer Who Wants to Have a Drink with Bob Dylan and Create Acoustic Renditions of Lizzo’s Songs, You Just Have to Write About Her Eilen (pronounced “eee-lynn”) Jewell was seven years old when she wrote her first song and 15 when she first picked up a guitar. The songstress from Idaho, who describes her music style ...

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