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Caramoor Announces Summer 20/2.0

by Jeffrey P. Haydon on May 21, 2020

Caramoor announces flexible programming for Summer 20/2.0 with new, on-site, livestreamed performances featuring live open-air concerts, and public access to gardens, woodlands and sound art.


Meandering Through Lyndhurst

by Howard Zar on April 29, 2020

While our offices are closed and all our programming has been suspended, Lyndhurst has been in a unique position to offer its 67-acre parkland as a place of respite and beauty during this pandemic. This is in keeping with Lyndhurst’s history. Lyndhurst was likely constructed in response to the 1832 cholera epidemic in New York City when half the residents fled to the countryside. During World War II, Anna Gould, Duchess of Talleyrand, used Lyndhurst as a place of respite for soldiers from the Brooklyn Navy Yard and the convalescence buildings on the Lyndhurst property were known to sailors as “Club Lyndhurst.”


Marsha on the Move: May 2020

by Marsha Gordon on April 29, 2020

A collection of movie reviews and opinions from Marsha Gordon, President/CEO of The Business Council of Westchester. When she is not advocating for business, building the economy or creating job opportunities, you can find her at the movie theatre enjoying many different film genres.


Music From Copland House

by ArtsWestchester on April 29, 2020
Now may be a good time to head off to the mysterious, faraway land – and its world of magic, sprites, and spells – that William Shakespeare conjured in his idiosyncratic play The Tempest. In July 2011, Music from Copland House visited the Manhattan studios of WQXR for a “Café Concert” (something of a precursor ... Read More »