For up-and-coming recording artists, videos provide an opportunity to not only share new projects but also demonstrate the visionary process involved in creating music. That is exactly what Gorilla River Productions is helping Westchester musicians ...
It’s about time you’ve heard of Galactic. Perhaps you’re in the know and your tickets to their show this Friday night at The Capitol Theatre are already secured. But in the off-chance you’re not, we’re ...
The local non-profit is teaming up with Brooklyn-based textile artist Amanda Browder to cover their iconic building in 10,000 square feet of colorful fabric — and you can help!
The Netflix miniseries will tell the life of this African American icon.
Martin Scorsese’s Westchester-filmed mob movie is now a frontrunner for this year’s Academy Awards.
Live out your rock star dreams (with a little liquid courage) at these local music destinations.
17-year-old Benjamin Araujo’s work “Nine Portraits for Solo Piano” will be performed January 8 at Carnegie Hall by renowned pianist Irena Portenko.
Break out your red carpet best, county-based film and television productions are up for 9 awards at this January’s Golden Globes. How many have you seen?
Westchester’s biggest blow-outs are here to help you ring in the new year!
We take a look at six of the county’s brightest rising stars.
Based on Charles Brandt's true crime novel, I Heard You Paint Houses, the Netflix-produced film is in select theaters only.
Cash B, Lady Slim, Keem, and Jaewon — son of Jadakiss — talk making a track to celebrate the Sixth Borough’s many varied neighborhoods.
We sit down with Miles Clyatt, Rye native and drummer of the rising, genre-defying crossover band you can catch live at Garcia’s this weekend.
We sit down with Scarsdale producer Sherry Mirafzali and director Shidan Majidi to find out what went into creating “Me, the ‘Other.’”
The village is delving deep into its special history with the technicolor masterpiece.
From tap dancing to acrobatics, these routines are sure to blow you away.
Whether it’s an art-house gem, spellbinding thriller, or a golden oldie you’re hoping to watch, Westchester has a film screening well worth a gander.
These exhibits featuring thought-provoking pieces worth seeing up close.
Kevin James, Paula Poundstone, and more.