We round up the best activities of the week for Westchester residents, including EagleFest in Ossining and an art exhibit in Purchase.
Long Island Medium’s Theresa Caputo is making her way to Port Chester for a live reading at The Capitol Theatre.
Is your nightstand growing ever taller with the mountain of books on your 'to read' list? Local booksellers offer tips to tackle your literary resolutions.
Take a peek inside Tarrytown’s new David Rockefeller Creative Arts Center, which brings multiple art spaces to the community.
John Krupa’s breakout musical is set for a second showing at the Chappaqua Performing Arts Center in November.
Scary stories, historic haunts, and spooky movie nights will keep you entertained all month with the best Halloween events in Westchester.
We caught up with Blues Traveler’s Chan Kinchla in advance of a free, headliner performance at the Pound Ridge Harvest Festival.
New York-born music star Rufus Wainwright talks making music, embracing creativity, and performing at Tarrytown Music Hall.
Add a pop of local color to your walls with a painting by White Plains mom and clothing designer Catherine Stirling.
Cortlandt Manor’s Elise Maurine Milner is bringing her powerful production, Angels Among Us, to Yorktown Stage.
Croton River Artisans Gallery provides local artisans with a space to showcase their work in Croton-on-Hudson.
There’s nothing like savoring the brisk autumn air while shopping from Westchester-area artisans at the region’s most colorful craft fairs.
Ever wanted to find a creative hobby? Try your hand at producing masterpieces of your own at any one of these learning centers.
Westchester native Jillian Hayes opens Hayes Gallery, a contemporary art gallery in Greenwich, to much success.
At just 14 years old, Westchester’s Eli Golden is already rocketing to fame in the new Netflix original film 13: The Musical.
With Deceive, Bronxville filmmaker Severine Reisp delivers a short film that echoes a long time in the dance industry and beyond.
Talk about top talent! This year, a total of 70 Emmy nominations were handed out to shows shot in Westchester County.
For Juneteenth, the City of Yonkers debuts a new, permanent art exhibit that honors the legacy of the nation’s first freed slaves.