Westchester Magazine June 2019

3 Mount Kisco Dishes We Can't Stop Craving

1 town, 3 quick stops, and countless happy bellies are the only math you'll need to prove this is the place to be.

The 8 Most Fun Things to Do in Westchester This June

Our favorite reasons to get out of the house this month

Westchester Food Businesses Face a Widespread Plastic Problem

Restaurants and other food-related businesses do their part to cut back on plastic consumption as towns enact legislation.

Religion in Westchester: How Holy Are We?

Religion may not be the driving force it once was, but many Westchesterites are still keeping the faith in their day-to-day lives.

Elevate Your Coffee Table With This Photographer's Stunning Landscape Shots

Westchester's Andre Baranowski showcases nature’s beauty near and far in two books that will turn your coffee table into a great escape.
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A Report on the Border Wall Won This 23-Year-Old Writer a Pulitzer Prize

Ardsley’s Jill Castellano nabs a Pulitzer for her work on one of the country’s most polemical subjects.

A First Annual Holistic Expo Kicks off in Ossining This June

The event includes a variety of wellness presenters, yoga, and other activities centered around quality-of-life practices.

Greenburgh Nature Center Reopens After $1 Million Renovation

The center plans to continue updating the facility in upcoming years, including the addition of a new barn and classroom space to service their school programs.

A Byram Hills Senior Scores Top-10 in Regeneron's Science Talent Search

The young scientist took home $70,000 for his efforts.

Review: Maria Restaurant

Brothers Giovanni and Peter Cucullo hit the sweet spot between peasant and polished at this New Rochelle charmer.
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