Steffi Nossen/Burke Rehab Offer “Dance Party for Parkinson’s”

You are Invited to Dance Party for Parkinson’s, a Partnership of Steffi Nossen School of Dance and Burke Rehabilitation Hospital Join the summer series of Dance Party for Parkinson’s, a collaboration of the Steffi Nossen School of Dance and Burke … [Read more...]

Broadway Talent in Armonk at Hudson Stage

By Brian Donnelly The curtain goes up, the lights shine and 180 voices go silent as the play begins. On stage actors and actresses bring their experience working on Broadway, television or both to the Hudson Stage Company in Armonk. Backstage, … [Read more...]

Sharing Dance A Tribute to Kathleen Fitzgerald’s Extraordinary Career

By Matt Smith “Since my first class, I have loved dance, and I want to share that with everyone.” While she presumably meant those words to be a wish for the future, by the looks of it, Kathleen Fitzgerald, speaker of the above, seems to … [Read more...]

The Armonk Players presents a free reading of “One Night with fanny Brice” March 3

One Night with Fanny Brice Thursday, March 3, 2016 at 8pm Simply Theatre! Play Readings By The Armonk Players Tonight: One Night with Fanny Brice By Chip Deffaa Featuring Christine DiTota (Fanny Brice) and Assaf Gleizner (Musical … [Read more...]

Music Conservatory Students Meet a Master

Photo credit: Kate Koenig Music Conservatory of Westchester students were thrilled to meet internationally renowned violinist Itzhak Perlman following his performance at the Westchester County Center on Jan. 30. Pictured behind Mr. Perlman (left … [Read more...]

Inside Westchester Art Studio

By Amy Shaw A long and winding road...many forks, twists, turns and here we are... Coming from very different backgrounds, Alan and I formed Westchester Art Studio in the summer of 2015 after creating and teaching art for many years. We … [Read more...]

Chappaqua’s Marianne Campolongo Photos at “Upstream Gallery” Exhibit in Hastings

One of the most wonderful aspects of being a publisher is the opportunity to meet and get to know and be friends with talented journalists, photographers and illustrators around town. I have had the privilege of publishing photos by Marianne … [Read more...]

Musical Minds

By Kaila Allison Kids these days are bombarded by activities. After school, the To-Do list seems endless! So how is it possible to prioritize? What activities are most effective for a child’s development? Music lessons can be an answer. Music … [Read more...]

June 5 and June 6: “Spring Awakening” at Yorktown Stage

The Armonk-based Lighthouse Youth Theater will perform the Tony Award-winning musical “Spring Awakening” on Friday, June 5th, and Saturday, June 6th, at the Yorktown Stage Theater. The show is being performed by the very talented teens involved in … [Read more...]

What Music Means to Us: Music in Chappaqua

By Kaila Allison When you come into our studio, you’ll hear many sounds. In one room, a piano student will be blazing through scales; in another, a rock band will be plugging in and tuning up. Each day at Music in Chappaqua, students come to relax … [Read more...]