Ossining Village Mayor Victoria Gearity, Actors Conservatory Theatre’s “Singin’ In the Rain” Director George Croom, Yonkers Tribune Publisher Hezi Aris, and Holistic Dr. VIctor Zeines, DDS, on Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris – Friday, February 24, 2017 @10am EST

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — Ossining Village Mayor Victoria Gearity speaks to the challenge now being presented intentioned to dissuade the building of a round-about despite its proven efficacy. Discussion will also delve into Thursday’s screening of the film, “What’s Race Got to Do With It”. Yesterday’s showing proves to be the first of a series of discussions over concepts and …

Hezi ArisOssining Village Mayor Victoria Gearity, Actors Conservatory Theatre’s “Singin’ In the Rain” Director George Croom, Yonkers Tribune Publisher Hezi Aris, and Holistic Dr. VIctor Zeines, DDS, on Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris – Friday, February 24, 2017 @10am EST

What’s Race Got to Do With It? – Thursday, February 23, 2017 with Seating @6:15pm and Screening at 6:30pm EST

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The first in a Series of Community Discussions on Racism…. “What’s Race Got to Do with It?” will help audience participants recognize and challenge racial inequities by providing a starting point for a productive level of community conversation — one grounded in real-life issues and experiences. The stories of the students who are the subjects of the film help get …

Hezi ArisWhat’s Race Got to Do With It? – Thursday, February 23, 2017 with Seating @6:15pm and Screening at 6:30pm EST

Delving Into a Recap of The Ossining Documentaries & Discussion Series Presentation of “Hudson River at Risk II” Screened on February 10, 2017

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VILLAGE OF OSSININ, NY — February 22, 2017 — Thank you to Riverkeeper, Jon Bowermaster: Writer, filmmaker, adventurer, and stellar panelists, Zephyr Teachout, Rob Friedman, Artie Carlucci, and John Lipscomb. They provided inspiring words and concrete ways one can defend the mighty Hudson River. Watch the panel discussion below. Join them this Thursday, February 23, 2017th for “What’s Race Got …

Hezi ArisDelving Into a Recap of The Ossining Documentaries & Discussion Series Presentation of “Hudson River at Risk II” Screened on February 10, 2017

Celebrating Black History Month with Lecture on Legendary Soprano Ellabelle Davis

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YONKERS, NY — February 15, 2017 — Author Karen S. Allen will discuss her soon-to-be-released biography, “Lo! Here the Gentle Lark: An Inspirational Story of Ellabelle Davis’ Journey from Seamstress to Songstress” on Saturday, Feb. 25 at 1 p.m. at the Grinton I. Will Library. A book signing will follow the discussion. Ellabella Davis, born and raised in New Rochelle, …

Hezi ArisCelebrating Black History Month with Lecture on Legendary Soprano Ellabelle Davis

She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not: A Kindle’s Valentine Lament
By GAIL FARRELLY

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The song claims “Love is a many splendored thing.” Rubbish! Okay, maybe it is “splendored” sometimes; but in my brief experience, well, not so much. It’s an on-again, off-again kind of thing. My name is Kenny. I’m an Amazon Kindle, one of those little electronic book devices that can hold tons of books. My owner is a twenty-something, self-proclaimed lover …

Hezi ArisShe Loves Me, She Loves Me Not: A Kindle’s Valentine Lament
By GAIL FARRELLY

JCC Salutes the Arts Featuring the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra – Thursday, March 30, 2017

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For information: 914-747-0519 or direct email to:  Benefit2017@jccmw.org. To accomplish ticket purchase online visit the jccmw.org/benefit2017 Website.

Hezi ArisJCC Salutes the Arts Featuring the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra – Thursday, March 30, 2017

Harriet Tubman: The Chosen One – Saturday, February 18, 2017 @ 3pm

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Mount Vernon‘s own GWENDOLYN BRILEY-STRAND returns home to perform Ms Briley-Strand is the daughter of the late Rev & Mrs Alexander Briley, Sr sister of “Village People” member Alex Briley (group position: soldier/sometimes sailor) http://www.officialvillagepeople.com/alex-briley-soldier and the late Jonathan Briley (who perished on 911 / Twin Towers) http://www.seethefruits.com

Hezi ArisHarriet Tubman: The Chosen One – Saturday, February 18, 2017 @ 3pm

Delbert McClinton & Self Made Men “Prick of the Litter” Review By BOB PUTIGNANO

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  Hot Shot Records – www.Delbert.com   Delbert McClinton defies age as singer and songwriter on “Prick of the Litter” his first for (I believe his own label) Hot Shot Records. It’s co-produced by Delbert with longtime band-mates keyboardist Kevin McKendree and guitarist Bob Britt. From the opening “Don’t Do It” (authored by McClinton and another longtime associate Gary Nicholson) …

Hezi ArisDelbert McClinton & Self Made Men “Prick of the Litter” Review By BOB PUTIGNANO

The Hudson: A River at Risk Part II – A Free Screening Presentation by the Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series – Friday, February 10, 2017 @7pm

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Film Summary – The Hudson: A River at Risk Part II For many years, the Hudson River, like so many waterways across the U.S., was treated like an infinite waste barrel, a receptacle for poisonous chemicals, hazardous waste and trash of all descriptions. During the past forty years, thanks to a committed group of environmentalists and their agencies, the river …

Hezi ArisThe Hudson: A River at Risk Part II – A Free Screening Presentation by the Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series – Friday, February 10, 2017 @7pm