Westchester Magazine January 2022

Pop Over to Greenwich for the Latest in High-End Beauty and Shopping

Already jam-packed with shopping options and beauty havens, Greenwich continues to add new offerings near Westchester County.

Belly Bell Kids Does Clean Mommy & Me Makeup in Westchester

A mother-daughter duo creates Belly Bell Kids, a Yonkers-based clean lipstick and jewelry brand with vegan and cruelty-free ingredients.

Comedian Periel Aschenbrand Lives a Life of Laughter in Westchester

Comedian, author, and producer Periel Aschenbrand trades rats for bunnies and is serious about being funny in Scarsdale.

Croton Musician Paul Connors Jazzes up the Elks Lodge in Ossining

Croton-on-Hudson jazz master Paul Connors is raising the roof and lifting spirits from an otherwise humble Ossining parking lot.

Feel It! Healthy Spot Gives Low-Cal a Delicious Twist in New Rochelle

A New Rochelle couple’s smoothie/juice bar specializes in health-minded drinks and snacks, including 30-calorie mini-doughnuts.
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Where to Find Truly Great Steaks in Westchester County

Some of the finest steaks this side of the Lone Star State are sizzling at Westchester’s premier steakhouses and at some unexpected eateries in all corners of the county.

Town House Tempts With American Brasserie Fare in New Rochelle

As the cityscape of New Rochelle transforms with the construction (and completion) of multiple high-rise rentals, so does its dining scene. The latest is the multilevel Town House, serving American brasserie fare.

This Rye Brook Renovation Led to a Picture-Perfect Family Home

From a home layout perfect for family heirlooms to a client relationship-turned-friendship, this Rye Brook home reno was meant to be.

Never Forget: Westchester Residents Remember the Holocaust

This January 27, it will be 77 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, yet for Holocaust survivors, the memory of the war is as vivid and clear as if it were yesterday.

Sounding off on Loud, Aggressive Driving on Westchester Roadways

Columnist Phil Reisman discusses the high-decibel driving and road rage that have become more common during the pandemic.
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