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Why Send Your Child to Private School?

Despite the impeccable reputation of many of the county’s public schools, some parents willingly shell out upwards of $40,000 annually in private-school tuition. Here are their reasons...

The Stranger Next Door

Do any of these contiguous communities share anything besides borders, or are they as different as they seem?

22 Things Every Westchester Resident Needs to Do

It’s been six years since our editors presented a list of local must-dos. Now we offer an updated collection, showcasing the next generation of essential county events, attractions, and activities.

Westchester's 15 Most Expensive Homes

Even if you don’t have the bank account to make an offer on any of these $7-million-plus homes, you can still get a voyeuristic thrill with this glimpse at the 15 most expensive listings currently on the market in Westchester.
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MoreFirst Things First

This 17-Year-Old Leukemia Survivor Turns Good Fortune Into Philanthropy

Kate Stevens shares her fortune with others.

March 28 Is National Something on a Stick Day — Here's How to Celebrate

We're not sure where this life-changing event originated, but we also don't care!

CBS2's Mary Calvi Debuts a Novel About Revolutionary Love

The book tells the story of the relationship between our first president and his first love, Mary Eliza Philipse.

Chelsea Clinton Hits Eastchester to Promote Her New Book

Former first daughter turns up at B&N to promote a recent release.

Westchester Knicks' John Jenkins Shares His 2019 World Cup Journey

The local shooting guard opens up his journal exclusively with WM.
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This Local Music Lover Changed the Face of Modern Radio

Valhalla resident Bill Winters turned his lifelong love affair with music into a storied career, affecting the lives of countless students.
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MoreThe Good Life

Hit These Westchester Stores for Kids' Clothing, Gifts, and More

Peep some of our county's top boutiques for our littlest capitalists.

6 Things You Can Eat and Drink to Look and Feel Healthier

The right kinds of food can serve as all-natural, easy remedies to help revitalize the body, says certified health coach Liz Zuckerberg of Chappaqua.

Ride the Cowboy-Boot Trend With These Hot Items

Keep those doggies rollin' in style by embracing the cowboy boot.
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MoreComing Attractions

Here's Where to Catch Iconic Talk-Show Host Dick Cavett Chat With Actor Blythe Danner

Rapier-wit Dick Cavett is set to make his way to the area for a conversation with the award-winning actor.

Three Questions for Legendary Lawyer David Boies

Boies heads to the Bedford Playhouse for a Q&A following a screening of a new documentary, The Case Against 8.

8 of the Coolest Things to Do in Westchester This March

Our favorite reasons to get out of the house this month.
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MoreEat & Drink

These Local Cookies Aren't Your Basic Batch

Milk N Cookies offers massive cookies in flavors like Unicorn, Oreo cheesecake, and chocolate-peanut-butter-chip.

Review: Peekskill's Fin & Brew Rocks Surf and Suds, Plus So Much More

A hands-on chef-to-watch proffers beautiful plates at this dock-to-dish Peekskill riverside restaurant.

The Most Notable News From Westchester's Dining World This March

All the latest openings, new menus, and new talent you'll need to know to be a truly knowledgable local foodie.

These All-Natural Fruit Liqueurs Capture the Sweetness of Home

Inspired by her German grandmother’s recipes, Ute Londrigan pours passion into every beautiful bottle of Heimat New York’s fruit liqueurs.

Bear Mountain Coffee Roasters Debuts a Café in the Jefferson Valley Mall

Bear Mountain has been a wholesale coffee roaster for 13 years.

Recipe: Roasted Brussels Sprouts With Walnuts & Parmesan

One of winter's most perfect sides, in 10 ingredients or less.

Preview: This Spot-On Gastropub Is a Touch of England in Dobbs Ferry

At The Rare Bit, chef/co-owner David DiBari is rehabbing the reputation of iconic UK dishes, from Sunday roast with Yorkshire puddings to currant-studded, custard-drizzled Spotted Dick.

Italian-Born Chefs Bring Real-Deal Flavor to Westchester

Local restaurants are getting a credibility — and culinary — boost from Italian-born chefs.
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MoreSaturday In...

How to Spend an Ideal Saturday in Ossining

Find the charm of living in this North County town.
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What's the Deal With This Paul Bunyan Statue's Missing Arm?

You have seen him and probably wondered about him — the 24-foot tall fiberglass figure of the mythical hero in Elmsford.
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MoreHome & Property

A Subscription-Based LED Light Bulb Kit Hits Westchester

A new local company is shining a light on the bulbs in your home.

Get Your Garden Ready for Spring

Sean Jancski, principal of Sean Jancski Landscape Architects in Rye, shares his tips for whipping your flower and garden beds into shape.

Scoop This Charming Scarsdale Colonial for An Unbeatable Bargain

This is Westchester, where a home doesn’t have to be “cheap” to be a bargain.

These Stylish Chairs Are Perfect for Any Room in Your Home

These chairs are as inviting as they are stylish.

This Custom Estate Is a “Wow” From Start to Finish

The Pound Ridge market offers a dramatic and expansive home.

3 New Luxury High-Rise Rentals Go Up in Yonkers

The new projects add to the city’s buzzy, urban appeal.
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