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 ...
Hey Harvest Fest, Blues Traveler Would Like Some Pita Chips, Please

Hey Harvest Fest, Blues Traveler Would Like Some Pita Chips, Please

When The Pound Ridge Partnership asked us if we’d like to interview Blues Traveler guitarist Chandler Kinchla (who goes by ...
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 ...
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 ...
Hey Harvest Fest, Blues Traveler Would Like Some Pita Chips, Please

Hey Harvest Fest, Blues Traveler Would Like Some Pita Chips, Please

When The Pound Ridge Partnership asked us if we’d like to interview Blues Traveler guitarist Chandler Kinchla (who goes by ...
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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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?

As summer slowly approaches, the one thing we’re most excited for is ice cream. With ice cream on the brain, we strolled through Scott’s Corners in Pound Ridge to hear about some of the weirdest ice cream flavors people have ever tried. Some sounded surprisingly good, others… not so much.  Drew, Katonah Katonah Connect: What is the weirdest ice cream ...
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 Quiet Man with the Loud Voice

The Quiet Man with the Loud Voice

Writing  and photography by Justin Negard "They call me the quiet guy,” says painter Richard Chandler. “But I’m really not. If you pay attention, I’m actually making a lot of noise.” Chandler is a man of contradictions. His slender appearance and thick-rimmed glasses are unassuming yet visually striking. He speaks in soft tones yet serves as the voice of many ...

Life

Fancying a Feline?

Fancying a Feline?

Writing by Dr. Sarah J. Cutler Felines are fantastic friends. They’re the cat’s meow, if you will.  While there are millions of cats in the U.S., no two are the same, and there is a wide range of temperaments and physical attributes. Still, most cats have retained much of the instinctual behaviors and physical attributes of their wild ancestor, Felis ...
Police report: April 12,2024

Police report: April 12,2024

Best of the Police Report Eve is on vacation this week, so we compiled some of our favorite incidents over the past two months. Join us as we journey back in time in our first “Best of the Police Report.” Written by Eve Marx Compiled by Ava Fleisher Artwork by Cara McPartland Bedford: Let me out  A woman accidentally locked ...
5 Things to Enhance Your Meditation Practice

5 Things to Enhance Your Meditation Practice

If you’re not already a meditator, you’ve likely met at least one person who recommend you give it a try. Even though it can seem a bit silly or unnatural at first, the more you do it, the more you’ll want to make it a part of your daily routine. And the more you’ll turn to it in moments of ...

Bringing Charity Home

We proudly worked with local charities in our community to bring attention to these 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 ...
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 ...
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 personal taste is unparalleled. But how do you get from point A to point Z as seamlessly as possible?  If you’ve purchased a home before, and even if you haven’t, ...

Cooking & Cocktails

Gingerbread

Gingerbread

Writing  by Cathy Deutsch Photography by Justin Negard Another husband-and-wife team, British pond skippers Jason and Dawn Bowman, started a home baking business in January 2020. With help from Pound Ridge neighbor Booksy, they were able to sell their pastries, cookies and bread curbside during lockdown.  “We promised loyal customers we would get them through the pandemic, one pastry at ...
Jayloma

Jayloma

Another popular drink during the spring/summer at Jay Street Café, this one focuses on one of the trendiest cocktail ingredients, mezcal. Serves two. 4 oz. mezcal 4 oz. grapefruit-flavored syrup 1 ½ oz. lime juice 4 whole sage leaves Tajín Clasico chili salt Club soda 2 lime wedges Add all ingredients to the shaker and fill with ice. Shake well ...
Connecting at the Bar: Shake it Up

Connecting at the Bar: Shake it Up

Writing by Cathy Deutsch Photography by Justin Negard Dust off your martini shaker, fire up your ice maker and join the latest trend in libations: cocktails. But please don’t settle for just any cocktail, try the ones featuring tequila and Bourbon – they’re the leaders of the pack in our neck of the woods, according to local liquor stores and ...
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

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 ...
Northwell Health's Meet & Move App Is Kinda Brilliant, And We're Here for It

Northwell Health’s Meet & Move App Is Kinda Brilliant, And We’re Here for It

When Joel Seligman, the former president of Northern Westchester Hospital, returned from his vacation to China several years ago, he didn’t talk about the extraordinary Great Wall of China, the ancient Three Pagodas or even the numerous breathtaking mountains. What caught Seligman’s eye was something else entirely: seemingly everywhere he went, he noticed septuagenarians outside, moving, doing tai chi. It ...
Holiday Mood Boosters

Holiday Mood Boosters

Along with the holiday coping tips article in the November/December print edition, below are a handful of mood boosters you can use during the holiday season or anytime you need a little boost. MORNING Slow Breaths When you first open your eyes, slowly inhale through your nose for five seconds, then slowly exhale through your mouth for four seconds. Repeat ...

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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