We round up the best activities of the week for Westchester residents, including design awards in Rye and fireworks throughout the county.
For Juneteenth, the City of Yonkers debuts a new, permanent art exhibit that honors the legacy of the nation’s first freed slaves.
The Hudson Valley Summer pass will provide discounted ticket bundles to events by Caramoor, the JBFC, Historic Hudson Valley, and Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival.
With a long history in Westchester County, the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse stands tall as a historic site and iconic destination for visitors.
With a range of American art from the 19th century to present, Lincoln Glenn is a gallery dedicated to presenting the best of American art.
Missed touring historic sites like Kykuit and Sunnyside during the pandemic? Now's your chance to visit your favorite Westchester destinations.
Local arts organizations and artists embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion as an expectation to create community in Westchester.
Missed the movies? LOOK Dine-In Cinemas in Westchester promises to bring entertainment, food, and fun for the whole community.
For Westchester comedian Paul Virzi, comedy is a serious business and a means of expressing himself and reflecting upon his past.
With venues varying from performance spaces, museums, and galleries to historic locations, Westchester is a one-stop shop for things to do.
Bedford-based artist Jeffrey Terreson brings a collaborative take to his creative process to create a lasting impact for all.
As artistic director and CEO, Eduardo Vilaro has taken Ballet Hispánico to new heights in Westchester County and beyond.
The Comedy Central comedian sits down with Westchester to discuss comedy, The Daily Show, and his performance in Port Chester.
In the KinoSaito nonprofit arts center, Verplanck welcomes a vibrant, cultural nexus complete with a classroom, offices, café, and more.
The Picture House Regional Film Center introduces three new screens, thanks to an expansion into the former Bow Tie Cinemas Bronxville.
Larchmont composer and clarinetist Sam Sadigursky celebrates the music of New York’s Borscht Belt with his new album, The Solomon Diaries.
Rye’s Jorge Otero-Pailos is an internationally renowned artist and preservationist known for his daring installations, which combine history, design, and destruction.
Pelham artist Katy Garry is engendering joy with her unique paintings, which make use of mixed media and bright, cheerful colors.
Named for famed Westchester photographer Robert Capa, the Ossining gallery showcases artistic activism by local William Abranowicz.
Comedian, author, and producer Periel Aschenbrand trades rats for bunnies and is serious about being funny in Scarsdale.