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Deborah Skolnik

  • DeCicco & Sons Has a Daily Shopping Hour for Seniors and the Immunocompromised

    The markets have instituted several measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
  • 4 Helpful Programs for Small Business and Start-ups in Westchester

    These helpful programs, found throughout the county, give newly launched ventures a chance to survive — and thrive.
  • Get Your Farm Stand Fix at These 6 Winter Farmers’ Markets

    You’ll still find locally grown produce, meats, fish, prepared foods, and more during the coldest months of the year.
  • Good Things Come in Small Plates at This New, BYOB Tapas Bar

    From garlicky shrimp to savory sausage, enjoy a taste of Spain at this tiny Mamaroneck eatery.
  • Cocktails, Chic Décor, and Killer Tiramisù Are the Calling Cards of This New Italian Spot

    Granita is bringing Manhattan-style dining to Hartsdale.
  • 7 French Bistros in Westchester Perfect for Cold Winter Nights

    We’re trading swimsuit season for steak frites season.
  • Astara N. Crews

    “I like to have a challenge, just to keep my wheels spinning,” says Astara N. Crews. Given her position at ENT and Allergy Associates, LLP, in Tarrytown, Crews — and her wheels — remain in constant motion.    Helping the healthcare company successfully manage audits from federal agencies, insurance companies, and other entities requires constant […]
  • Lydia A. Milone, Esq.

    It takes a good attorney to earn her client’s praise. But to earn praise from the opposing party? That takes a highly skilled attorney like Lydia A. Milone, one of the founding partners of BodnarMilone, LLP, a White Plains practice of family and matrimonial law. After one divorce case wrapped up, “the spouse of my […]
  • Susan Fox, PhD

    The Westchester Institute for Human Development (WIHD) serves some 5,000 people with disabilities and 450 vulnerable children each year. Yet, before Susan Fox, PhD, became its president and CEO in 2016, board members and staff felt that the Valhalla-based organization wasn’t very well-known beyond its clientele. Fox immediately set about to remedy that: “We’ve used […]
  • Angela Gonzalez-Perez

    Angela Gonzalez-Perez was a student volunteer in the gift shop at what is now NewYork-Presbyterian Columbia University Irving Medical Center when an administrator recruited her to become an executive assistant. That moment, some 20 years ago, changed her life. Being exposed to senior hospital leadership “inspired me to focus my education on healthcare because I […]