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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
  • Community Farm Work Day
    2024-04-21
  • An Afternoon with Samuel Adoquei
    2024-04-21
  • Farm Stand Open
    2024-04-25
  • Friends of the Kensico Cemetery: Free Tree Planting Workshop
    2024-04-27
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Westchester & Putnam to Host Ice-Skating Mentor Meetup
    2024-04-27
  • The BRLA 5K Family Fun Run!
    2024-04-28
  • Family Day: Symbols, Stories & Self
    2024-05-04
  • Abeo Quartet | 2023 – 24 Ernst Stiefel String Quartet-in-Residence
    2024-05-05
  • Bus Trip: The North Fork
    2024-05-07
  • Hope's Door Spring Gala - May 9th
    2024-05-09
  • Jake Blount
    2024-05-11
  • Mother's Day Meditation with John Baitsell
    2024-05-12
  • Tales on the Trails: Family Walk + Storytime with Bedford Library
    2024-05-14
  • Seong-Jin Cho, piano
    2024-05-15
  • SPCA Westchester Annual Dog Walk & Pet Fair
    2024-05-18
  • An Evening Of Wine | A Benefit for Caramoor's Education Programs
    2024-05-18
  • BRLA 2024 Spring Hunter Pace
    2024-05-19
  • Family Concert: Sonia de Los Santos
    2024-05-19
  • The Mount Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry's Inaugural Spring Event - Join us at our "Community Table"
    2024-05-22
  • Farm Yoga at Fishkill Farms
    2024-05-25
  • On the Farm Dinner
    2024-06-01
  • Sip N' Stretch Yoga
    2024-06-07
  • FREE EVENT | Soundscapes
    2024-06-09
  • Celebrating Pride: Jasmine Rice LaBeija
    2024-06-13
  • FREE EVENT | Celebrating Juneteenth: Charles Turner & Uptown Swing
    2024-06-16
  • Caramoor's Summer Gala
    2024-06-22
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
    2024-06-22
  • Chamber Feast
    2024-06-23
  • Tavern On The Trails
    2024-06-27
  • Abeo Quartet | 2023–24 Ernst Stiefel String Quartet-in-Residence
    2024-06-27
  • Roomful of Teeth | Concert on the Lawn
    2024-06-28
  • 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
    2024-07-04
  • Concerts for Little Ones: Mariel Bildsten Trio
    2024-07-05
  • Calidore String Quartet with Bridget Kibbey, harp
    2024-07-05
  • Duo Kayo | Music & Meditation in the Garden
    2024-07-06
  • Kiki Valera y su Son Cubano | Concert on the Lawn
    2024-07-06
  • Sphinx Virtuosi | Tommy Mesa, cello
    2024-07-07
  • Owls
    2024-07-11
  • Concerts for Little Ones: Lucy Kalantari
    2024-07-12
  • Lost Bayou Ramblers | Concert on the Lawn
    2024-07-12
  • Kevin Zhu, violin & Maxim Lando, piano
    2024-07-13
  • Sutton Foster
    2024-07-13
  • Orchestra of St. Luke’s & Miloš, guitar | Xian Zhang, conductor
    2024-07-14
  • René Marie & Experiment In Truth | Jump in the Line: The Music and Life of Harry Belafonte | Concert on the Lawn
    2024-07-18
  • Joyce Yang, piano
    2024-07-19
  • Geneva Lewis, violin | Music & Meditation in the Garden
    2024-07-20
  • Purcell’s The Fairy Queen
    2024-07-20
  • FREE EVENT | THE JUMP UP! Sandbox Percussion
    2024-07-21
  • 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
  • Apollo’s Fire
    2024-07-28
  • 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
  • Rhiannon Giddens
    2024-08-03
  • Orchestra of St. Luke’s & Jeremy Denk, piano | Thomas Wilkins, conductor
    2024-08-04
  • Lun Li, violin & Hanzhi Wang, accordion | Music & Meditation in the Garden
    2024-08-10
  • Mokoomba | Concert on the Lawn
    2024-08-16
  • 3rd International Conference on Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering
    2025-02-20
  • Community Farm Work Day
    2024-04-21
  • An Afternoon with Samuel Adoquei
    2024-04-21
  • Farm Stand Open
    2024-04-25
  • Friends of the Kensico Cemetery: Free Tree Planting Workshop
    2024-04-27
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Westchester & Putnam to Host Ice-Skating Mentor Meetup
    2024-04-27
  • The BRLA 5K Family Fun Run!
    2024-04-28
  • Family Day: Symbols, Stories & Self
    2024-05-04
  • Abeo Quartet | 2023 – 24 Ernst Stiefel String Quartet-in-Residence
    2024-05-05
  • Bus Trip: The North Fork
    2024-05-07
  • Hope's Door Spring Gala - May 9th
    2024-05-09
  • Jake Blount
    2024-05-11
  • Mother's Day Meditation with John Baitsell
    2024-05-12
  • Tales on the Trails: Family Walk + Storytime with Bedford Library
    2024-05-14
  • Seong-Jin Cho, piano
    2024-05-15
  • SPCA Westchester Annual Dog Walk & Pet Fair
    2024-05-18
  • An Evening Of Wine | A Benefit for Caramoor's Education Programs
    2024-05-18
  • BRLA 2024 Spring Hunter Pace
    2024-05-19
  • Family Concert: Sonia de Los Santos
    2024-05-19
  • The Mount Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry's Inaugural Spring Event - Join us at our "Community Table"
    2024-05-22
  • Farm Yoga at Fishkill Farms
    2024-05-25
  • On the Farm Dinner
    2024-06-01
  • Sip N' Stretch Yoga
    2024-06-07
  • FREE EVENT | Soundscapes
    2024-06-09
  • Celebrating Pride: Jasmine Rice LaBeija
    2024-06-13
  • FREE EVENT | Celebrating Juneteenth: Charles Turner & Uptown Swing
    2024-06-16
  • Caramoor's Summer Gala
    2024-06-22
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
    2024-06-22
  • Chamber Feast
    2024-06-23
  • Tavern On The Trails
    2024-06-27
  • Abeo Quartet | 2023–24 Ernst Stiefel String Quartet-in-Residence
    2024-06-27
  • Roomful of Teeth | Concert on the Lawn
    2024-06-28
  • 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
    2024-07-04
  • Concerts for Little Ones: Mariel Bildsten Trio
    2024-07-05
  • Calidore String Quartet with Bridget Kibbey, harp
    2024-07-05
  • Duo Kayo | Music & Meditation in the Garden
    2024-07-06
  • Kiki Valera y su Son Cubano | Concert on the Lawn
    2024-07-06
  • Sphinx Virtuosi | Tommy Mesa, cello
    2024-07-07
  • Owls
    2024-07-11
  • Concerts for Little Ones: Lucy Kalantari
    2024-07-12
  • Lost Bayou Ramblers | Concert on the Lawn
    2024-07-12
  • Kevin Zhu, violin & Maxim Lando, piano
    2024-07-13
  • Sutton Foster
    2024-07-13
  • Orchestra of St. Luke’s & Miloš, guitar | Xian Zhang, conductor
    2024-07-14
  • René Marie & Experiment In Truth | Jump in the Line: The Music and Life of Harry Belafonte | Concert on the Lawn
    2024-07-18
  • Joyce Yang, piano
    2024-07-19
  • Geneva Lewis, violin | Music & Meditation in the Garden
    2024-07-20
  • Purcell’s The Fairy Queen
    2024-07-20
  • FREE EVENT | THE JUMP UP! Sandbox Percussion
    2024-07-21
  • 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
  • Apollo’s Fire
    2024-07-28
  • 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
  • Rhiannon Giddens
    2024-08-03
  • Orchestra of St. Luke’s & Jeremy Denk, piano | Thomas Wilkins, conductor
    2024-08-04
  • Lun Li, violin & Hanzhi Wang, accordion | Music & Meditation in the Garden
    2024-08-10
  • Mokoomba | Concert on the Lawn
    2024-08-16
  • 3rd International Conference on Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering
    2025-02-20
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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

Mary Ellis

Mary Ellis

Writing by Ava Fleisher Photography by Justin Negard This story begins when artist Mary Ellis was “very, very young.” An abstract expressionist painter and owner of Fifth Avenue Manufacturers, Ellis ...
Understanding the Legal and Financial Pieces of Buying a Home

Understanding the Legal and Financial Pieces of Buying a Home

Writing by Aerin Atinsky Artwork by Aeneas Eaton Buying a home is usually the largest purchase you’ll ever make, and the happiness of walking into a home designed to your ...
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, ...
Tips for Hosting a Memorable Dinner Party

Tips for Hosting a Memorable Dinner Party

By Gia Miller When it comes to dinner parties, a lot has changed over the years. When Emily Post’s book “ETIQUETTE” was first published in 1922, the wealthy were still ...
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 ...
The Next Chapter

The Next Chapter

A comprehensive guide to empty nesting, downsizing and retiring in Westchester and beyond By Josephine D'Ippolito Stepping into the next chapter of life, which is usually triggered by kids leaving ...
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 Read More

People Profiles

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 ...
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 of the College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati (CCM), Catrini composed the score for the new musical S/He & Me, which tells the story of Alexandra Billings; ...
Dear Luz #7

Dear Luz #7

Writing  by Luz Michelle Artwork by Tal Doron Dear Luz, I don’t think I can handle another winter in New York. It’s just too cold for me! I’ve lived here my entire life, and I’m ready to pack up my gloves, hats and scarves for good. But the problem is that I still have kids at home, so I can’t ...

Life

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 Hair Wharf's Springtime Tips

The Hair Wharf’s Springtime Tips

It's finally spring – chirping birds, blooming flowers, beautiful sunshine and....dry, limp hair. Thanks winter, we owe you one. After several months of dry air, icy winds, snow in your face and static clingy wool hats, your hair has taken a beating. It's dehydrated, prone to breakage, frizzy, and just generally rough. But lucky for you, Madi Tiso-D'Aquanni, owner of ...
How to Give Great Gifts

How to Give Great Gifts

Writing  by Josephine D'ippolito Artwork by Marilena Perilli There’s a certain pleasure that comes with giving the perfect gift.  It could be a hard-to-find toy for a nephew, a first (or signed) edition for a voracious reader or a meal delivery subscription for the friend who burns toast. Whatever it is, matching the right gift with a loved one can ...

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

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 if you’ve never done this sort of thing before, how do you get started?  Katonah resident Jeanine Isabella, who rents out her Vermont condo, and Cross River resident Kristen Tegtmeir, ...
Digging in the Soil

Digging in the Soil

This article was published in the March/April 2023 print edition of Katonah Connect ...
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 ...

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 ...
Sugar Rush

Sugar Rush

Writing  by Cathy Deutsch Artwork by Elizabeth Gourlay Photography by Justin Negard Holidays – especially Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and Christmas – are often where we gather with family and friends around the dining table in celebration of honored customs and traditions. For this Connecting in the Kitchen, we’ve skipped all the boring stuff (the turkey and ham, infinite variations of potatoes, ...
Brothers Fish & Chips

Brothers Fish & Chips

Chef Elmer Oliveros enjoys fine dining, and he’ll save for an entire year to indulge in the tasting menu at Per Se. “I see God while I eat, and it’s amazing,” he says. But it’s always difficult to get his friends to go with him – it’s intimidating, and he can relate. “I remember going to a restaurant and they ...
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

Understanding the Key to Longevity

Understanding the Key to Longevity

by Ava Fleisher It’s easy to use the phrase “we’ll all die someday” as an excuse to neglect your health. But the truth is, it’s really not that easy. Sometimes, if you focus on the right things in the right places, the average American lifespan of 77 years can be more lively and even lengthened. Ask yourself: “Wouldn’t I rather ...
"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, ...
Inclusivity in Action

Inclusivity in Action

Writing  by Ava Fleisher Artwork by Zoe Stevens As Wendy Belzberg strolled through the quaint streets of Rhinebeck, something suddenly became obvious: Every town should be doing this. Rhinebeck had established a concrete initiative to tackle the issue of inclusion by creating accommodations for people who are neurodivergent – an issue that is often swept under the rug. In nearly ...

Events

Hollywood Comes to Goldens Bridge

Hollywood Comes to Goldens Bridge

That’s a wrap! The upcoming Netflix movie, “Leave the World Behind”, finished filming in Goldens Bridge on Monday, May 23.  On May 19, 20 and 23, the crew set up shop at a house on Todd Road, according to a police officer working on the set who asked to remain anonymous. Trailers and equipment could also be seen at the ...
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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