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Dig In to the Best Cheap Eats Found Around Westchester

Who says you must spend a small fortune to get a superior meal in our well-heeled county? Here are some of Westchester’s inexpensive — yet delicious — eats.

Meet Westchester's Media Mavens

Meet six women at the top of today’s crazy media game —who all happen to call Westchester home.

Wonderful Ideas for Celebrating the Holidays in Westchester

Here’s your guide to making the most of December, with performances and parties, lights and latkes, and everything else you’ll need to make the season merry.

The Blunt Truth: Medical Marijuana in Westchester Is on Shaky Ground

Though the legalization of medical marijuana has been a godsend for some Westchester patients, the industry is struggling. High costs coupled with weak demand and limited buy-in from area doctors threatens to kill the buzz.
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MoreFirst Things First

This Nonprofit Auction House Offers Great Finds for Worthy Causes

The Benefit Shop is treasure-trove full of amazing items.

Breaking the Chains on Opioid Addiction

Mother and son Nancy and JP Vericker of Scarsdale share their family’s struggle with opioid addiction in Unchained.

Do You Know Westchester's 'The Tonight Show' Connection?

America’s late-night icon has 60-year-old roots in Westchester.

Adopt or Foster a Paw-fect Puppy With This Local Rescue Organization

County-based SNARR fosters dogs in need and places them in forever homes.

Get the Buzz on This Barbershop's Wacky 50-Year History

Local one-chair barbershop celebrates a major milestone.

Create Colorful Snowscapes With This Snow-Coloring Kit

Local mom creates a new way to revel in the snow — and beyond.
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Real to Reel

A family legacy of recording history, and making it, helped produce the brilliant career of celebrated documentary filmmaker Peter Kunhardt.
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MoreThe Good Life

Dress to Impress With Bloomingdale's Fashion-Forward Personal Shopper

Not sure what to wear to your next holiday party? Let local stylist Kendra Porter help you bring the glam.

Flaunt Everlasting Flowers From This Local Floral Designer

Deck the halls with flowers, and keep them ’til next year.

Here's How to Prepare Your Skin, Nails, and Hair for Winter

Three beauty experts give tips on winterizing yourself for the chilly months ahead.
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MoreComing Attractions

8 of the Coolest Things to Do in Westchester This December

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

Maria Full of Grace

Comedian Maria Bamford opens up about mental health, her upcoming Tarrytown performance, and the inequalities of comedy.

Three Questions For Ben Vereen

Ben Vereen came to national attention on TV hits like Roots, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
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MoreEat & Drink

A Port Chester Bartender Brings Creatively Elevated Bar Offerings to Rye House

Native Texan Sarah Pyles uses culinary skills to elevate behind-the-bar offerings in one of the county’s top foodie villages.

Find a Taste of the Old Country at This European Market in Hartsdale

Take a European culinary journey — without leaving Westchester — to G&G Euro Market.

Restaurant Preview: Mister Chen Authentic Chinese Cuisine

A fated detour brings some well-traveled Chinese food to Westchester.

This Pound Cake Recipe Will Have Your Friends Begging for Seconds

The holidays mean it's time to take out your measuring spoons and dust off your electric mixer. This pound cake is a classic that makes an excellent — and yummy — gift for your party host.

Not Beer? Doesn’t Matter. It’s Still on Tap

Something besides suds could appear on your bar’s tap.

News and Notes from Westchester's Dining Scene

All the latest openings and evolutions to the local foodie community.

Review: The Equation of Expectation at Rafele Rye

With an Italian-born Manhattan chef and an award-winning cheesecake, can Rafele Rye live up to the hype?

Path Coffee Roasters' Jason Richter Gives Us the 'Scoop' on the Local Bean House

All the work — and work ethic — that goes into brewing a grade-A cup of java.
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Should New Rochelle Grow Marijuana on David's Island?

Phil Reisman dives into this proposal that might surprisingly hold some traction.
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From Saw Pit to Port Chester

A look back as the village celebrates 150 years.
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MoreHome & Property

Bargain Hunt: This Home Is Quite Reasonably Priced — for Rye

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

Condos Are (Finally) Going up at the Site of the Former GM Plant in Tarrytown

The $1 billion mixed-use redevelopment includes a variety of townhomes, apartments, and condominiums on the property.

Snuggle Up All Winter Long With These Cozy Accessories and Furnishings

Enduring winter gets so much easier with a few of these items.

Make This Trim-Happy Holiday Wreath

Jana Platina Phipps, a.k.a. the Trim Queen, creates a beautiful holiday wreath out of trim.

A 1920s Estate With Classic, But Contemporary Vibes

Standout rooms include a masterful eat-in kitchen, luxurious master bath with radiant-heat floors, and an all-glass dining room with conservatory roof.

A Dobbs Ferry Furniture Store Features Global Style, Locally

Luteca offers Mexican- and Latin-American-influenced design right in our backyard.
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