Westchester Magazine November 2019

Charcoal Toothpaste May Not Be as Safe for Your Teeth as You Thought

Local experts weigh in on the hot oral hygiene trend and whether or not it’s healthy.

Meet Westchester County’s Leading Top Doctors in 2019

Nowadays, many feel that equivalent technology, treatments, and expertise exist right here in Westchester. But are we really there yet?

A New and Unusual Plant Store Blooms in Westchester

Mossy Fern, a plant company focusing on rare botanicals, opens in Hastings-on-Hudson.

This Charming Purchase Home Is Well Under the Median Price

This is Westchester, where a home doesn’t have to be “cheap” to be a bargain.

Westchester Homebuyers Aren't 'Downsizing Anymore — They're 'Resizing'

One local company is capitalizing on this trend — and helping Westchester homebuyers with their next phase.
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Here Are 5 Fresh Ways to Do Florida This Winter

Fly south for the season and head to these hot destinations.

Life After Indian Point

When Westchester’s controversial nuclear power plant fully shuts down in 2021, the economic, environmental, and energy consequences will ripple across the county.

Here's How to Spend a Day Trip to Nyack

Nyack gives Westchesterites plenty of reasons to cross the Cuomo Bridge.

Yale History Professor Paul Freedman Dreams up His Ideal Dinner Party

Award-winning author and Pelham resident Paul Freedman talks about his interests in medieval and culinary history and who he’d invite to dinner.

'Half Baked' Star Jim Breuer Brings His Standup to Westchester

SNL alum and Half Baked star Jim Breuer discusses the joys of self-discovery, a curious new project on the horizon, and his upcoming Tarrytown show.
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