The New York Times opines that Chappaqua won’t be next Hyannis Port. Good—we have enough traffic as it is.
Even though its article is all about the Castle’s conversion to sustainable energy, the Huffington Post still calls the Castle on the Hudson a “giant anachronism.”
White Plains native Sloane Crosley, author of I Was Told There’d Be Cake, tells Radar that her “muted” Westchester upbringing means “her name is the most unusual thing about her.” So what did she write about in her book?
A New York City blogger laments the lack of IMAX theaters in Manhattan—but still disses the one we have in White Plains. We’d be pissed…if he weren’t right.
Deep into this article, someone remarks that punks from Westchester aren’t <i>true</i> punks because we have houses to sleep in (real punks sleep on the street). And yet we’re okay with that.
…and what they’re saying about us: