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Jack Shapiro skates down the ice against Mahopac. The Titans scored first, but the Indians responded with 4 first period goals to take control of the game.
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RTH scores at Ebersole Tournament

After a rough start to the 2018-2019 season, the Rye Town/Harrison Titans proved that their relative inexperience shouldn’t necessarily be cause for concern. With two wins in three games at the annual Guy Matthews Invitational in White Plains, the Titans appear to have the depth—and the skill—to make waves in […]

Dubrovnik Restaurant brings authentic Croatian cuisine to Westchester
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Dubrovnik Restaurant brings authentic Croatian cuisine to Westchester

Dubrovnik Restaurant is expanding its menu with a brunch section. Named for the city in Croatia where Zeljko Tomic, owner of Dubrovnik, was born, the restaurant offers a variety of Croatian-inspired dishes including roasted meats and grilled fishes and slow-cooked produce. “People are traveling from Connecticut, New Jersey and Long […]

Boundless Adventures has 14 different courses of varying skill levels.
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Boundless Adventures zips into Westchester

Boundless Adventures, an outdoor aerial obstacle course, will open its first New York state location in Harrison next month. With nine different eco-friendly, treetop courses, participants are given the choice of four different skill levels with 14 different courses. The first skill level, yellow, starts at 10 feet off the […]

Priska Diaz, founder and CEO of Bittylab. 
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Westchester mother reinvents the baby bottle

After noticing an issue with the way her newborn was feeding, Priska Diaz, founder and CEO of Bittylab, created a line of baby bottles and lids that are now being tested to become certified medical devices. Diaz’s line of products include the Bare Air-Free bottles that expel air from the […]

“Redress” by Laura Garcia Colvin.
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ArtsWestchester exhibition celebrates centennial of suffragist movement

ArtsWestchester’s latest exhibition “Give Us the Vote” pays homage to the centennial of the women’s suffragist movement of 1917 and brings new light to the issue of voter restriction throughout the following years. “Give Us the Vote” features 20 artists and their interpretations of the struggles marginalized groups have faced […]