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Dancing with the Stars
A local rendition of "Dancing with the Stars" will be held in Stamford this Saturday, featuring the owner and dancers from the Arthur Murray Grande Ballroom of Greenwich tearing up the dance floor with other local personalities and dance instructors to benefit the beloved Curtain Call Theater.
Rye World War II Veterans Project: Not Just a Name on a Wall
The stories behind the names on the Honor Roll at City Hall are beginning to unfold on the www.Ryeww2.org website.
Close to Home: Something Good Brewing in Port Chester
Do you ever drive through Port Chester on the way to the grocery store or the movies and catch a whiff of freshly ground coffee?
A Taste of Italy Right Next-Door
Every day Paul Cortese makes fresh mozzarella, whips up marinara and pesto sauce, and, along with his staff, creates the many savory specialties of an authentic Italian home.
Babs Simpson, Century of Style
The Miriam A. Osborn Foundress Luncheon to benefit the H.O.P.E. Center for Memory Care at The Osborn could not have picked a more appropriate person to honor than Mrs. Babs Simpson, Vogue’s legendary fashion editor from 1947 to 1972.
Getting in the Swing at Rye Golf
Over 100 members participated in Rye Golf Club’s Opening Day Scrambles on April 28.
Enchanted April for Sterling Seniors
Sterling Park Independent Living residents at The Osborn enjoyed a number of lively events in April.
A Group With a Lot of Character
Members and guests of SPRYE gathered on a recent Sunday afternoon at a member’s home for a reading of the classic comedy, “You Can’t Take It with You,” by Kaufman and Hart.
Rest Assured with Angie on the Case
This summer, Angela Galeano-Santiago will celebrate her tenth anniversary as a customer service and sales representative at the Ralph Borsella Allstate Insurance Agency on Elm Place.
Organic Veggies and Fruit Coming Soon
Join the Rye/ Soundshore Community Supported Agriculture in buying, eating, and enjoying fresh farm organic fruits and vegetables this summer and fall at the Rye Community Synagogue.
ON THE HOME FRONT: What’s On and Off the Residential Market
Houses in our neck of the woods sell all year long, but this time of year, new listings are cropping up by the dozens.
One Nifty, Thrifty Business
People flock to the basement of Rye Presbyterian Church every Thursday from 10 to 1.
Empowering Women at Work
Nicole Sheindlin, founder and executive director of Her Honor Mentoring, discussed the organization at a League of Women Voters luncheon on April 12.
Designing Women, Come Out and Shop for a Cause
Springtime brings the shopping event we all look forward to — The Ninth Annual Designing Women of Rye and Beyond boutique fundraiser.
Creating a Greater Culture of Civility and Caring in Rye
More than 80 citizens and local leaders gathered the night of April 3 at Community Synagogue to discuss the state of civility in Rye.
Serendipity Loves Company
The arts can be a bit of serendipity, as recently noted at the recent opening of “Cameragenic,” a photography show at Serendipity Labs in Rye through May 27.
Join the Walk for a Cure
Four years ago this month, Gigi Shanes-Hernandez died after a brave battle with pancreatic cancer.
Children Flock to Candy Rox for Yummy Craze
Hundreds of children could be found trading bagels for strawberries, or eggs for popsicles earlier this month at Candy Rox, 84 Purchase Street.
Sweet Sounds of Music
The birds are chirping, spring is in the air, and the Chorister Program of Christ’s Church is hosting an open house for children in grades 2-5 in the choir room of Christ’s Church Thursday, April 25 from 4:30-6 p.m.
Exercise That’s Good for the Soul
I tried SoulCycle last month, which was a little gutsy since I was deep into a serious athletic hiatus.
Going Above and Beyond
In downtown Rye, where hair salons abound and small businesses come and go on a regular basis, celebrating a seventh anniversary is an achievement.
Got Pain? MELT it Away
Those plagued with nagging pain that persists, even after a myriad of treatments, may finally find relief with MELT.
Miriam’s Attic Opens Select Saturdays
A Well-Read Crowd
Close to 400 guests, dressed in novel-inspired costumes, cocktail attire, or draped in gold, danced the night away, enjoying drinks, delicious food, and a silent auction at “Novel Night 2.0, The Golden Ages.”
A Little Night Music at the Meeting House
Music resonated from the Meeting House on Milton Road on the cold night of March 1, leaving the audience mellow, happy, warm, and wanting more.
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