Month: April 2017

Natalie Schifano. Contributed photo
Community

Arts council hosts printmaking lecture

Artist and arts educator Dr. Natalie Schifano will discuss the surprising array of printmaking techniques in the next Arts Live lecture at 3 p.m. May 7, in the Mamaroneck Public Library at 136 Prospect Ave., Mamaroneck. Do you know what makes one print a relief and another an intaglio? Do […]

Consistent coverage, like this, of the residential development concerns in the village of Larchmont and town of Mamaroneck received recognition at the New York Press Association’s annual awards contest earlier this month. File photo
News

Review honored for moratorium reporting

The Review’s James Pero took home an honorable mention for his reporting on the residential development concerns in the village of Larchmont and town of Mamaroneck that arose last year. Pero grabbed “In-Depth Reporting” honors at the New York Press Association’s Spring Convention and Better Newspaper Contest Awards, an annual […]

Forks, Corks & Cocktails is back
Community

Forks, Corks & Cocktails is back

Björn & Company will kick off the summer season with the fourth annual Forks, Corks & Cocktails—a food, wine and cocktails event serving the LGBTQ community of Westchester and Lower Hudson Valley—taking place on Friday, May 5 from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Ritz-Carlton Westchester, located at 3 […]

Is bottled water really safer?
Opinion

Is bottled water really safer?

Charming, handsome and homeless, the 25-year-old we’ll call Bruce and I were eating dinner at the small downtown shelter where I volunteer once a month. We were both enjoying the pasta provided by another volunteer, but only one of us was drinking a $3 bottle of water. “WHAT?” I exclaimed […]

Sarah Bowen wrote “Void if Detached” after receiving her father’s sermons. Photo courtesy Facebook.com/Voidifdetached
Features

Reverend’s daughter captures father’s legacy

Sarah Bowen, the daughter of a late reverend, is working to spread the teachings of her father through a collection of his sermons that have since become her book, “Void if Detached: Seeking Modern Spirituality through My Father’s Old Sermons.” Bowen’s father, Rev. Dr. Richard “Dick” Murdoch, was a senior […]