Autumn is, by far, my favorite time of year. I know some people love the Christmas season; other people can’t wait for summer. For me, it’s all about autumn. I know it might sound odd, but there’s just something about the smell of wood smoke and the sound of a… Read More →
Many tennis players in Scarsdale’s public courts know Yonkers resident William Hibbard Sr., who turns 90 today. Hibbard has worked at various Scarsdale parks for 22 years and he currently serves as the court attendant at the Brite Avenue Park. He typically works three 12-hour days a week and today… Read More →
The town’s 35th annual Columbus Day celebration begins Friday with four days of activities including a show by Cirque du Soleil, the traditional parade and a raffle to benefit the family of fallen Yonkers firefighter Patrick Joyce, Randi Weiner reports today. Read her full story on the planned festivities here.
North Calahan sent this press release of a commercial filmed on Concordia campus grounds on Sept. 29. A 90-staff production crew and actors spent 14 hours shooting a TV spot for Verizon that is slated to air nationwide. Several campus locations were used for the filming, including the Quad archway… Read More →
File this under “idle questions answered.” Had a nice chat with Gene Sgarlata Tuesday, who along with his wife, Wanda, own Womrath Bookshop in the middle of downtown Bronxville on Pondfield Road. Since I’m new to the area, I asked him how Womrath got its name. Apparently when the store… Read More →
Happened to walk by Village Hall on Monday and spotted Mayor Mary Marvin on the front lawn with microphone in hand. Joining her were Peter C. North and Nancy Vittorini. Peter is the village’s videographer, Nancy is the producer of the mayor’s show, “One Square Mile” and what I caught… Read More →