“Summertime is always the best of what might be,” says it all. This quotation is from Charles Bowden, who was an American non-fiction author, journalist and essayist. While we make our vacations and summer plans, our village governments support local events, carry out ongoing projects and plan for new ones.
It was one of those small, plastic plug-in night lights that cast just enough light for me to continue reading after my mother turned out my bedroom light. I just didn’t want to put my book down. I often wonder if my nearsightedness was caused by those endless nights of surreptitious reading.
There has been a flurry of recent activity at Phelps Memorial Hospital Center involving leadership, associations and facilities. All of the changes that have occurred support the hospital’s mission to serve the people who live in its communities and depend upon Phelps to meet their healthcare needs.
Carlo Pellegrini did not run away from home to join the circus because he was trying to escape reality. He joined because he believed in something which was larger than himself. Joining meant becoming part of a family that fashioned their whole lives on the belief that “anything was possible.”
From River Journal
With the warmth upon us and in many ways a sense of relaxation from the rigors of routine, it is time to acknowledge those who cannot relax and bask in summer. 1st Lieutenant Patrick Coughlin grew up in Tarrytown and attended Transfiguration School, and then Regis High School in Manhattan.
Although school is out, students are relaxing on the beach or at the pool, and teachers are busy regaining their sanity, all is not quiet on the area schools front. Summer is a great time for school districts to get in some much-needed maintenance and repairs on their buildings, or to make capital improvements to their facilities,
Downsizing is occurring all around us for a myriad of reasons. Boomers are retiring and looking to simplify, families are choosing award-winning school districts over square footage, and former McMansioners reeling from heating and cooling costs (not to mention taxes) are opting for smaller spaces.
In August…at the Westchester Broadway Theatre
Ginger Rogers will always be remembered as the cool, lithe blonde in the arms of Fred Astaire. But did you know she started as a dancer in vaudeville after winning a Charleston contest at age 15? That her first success on Broadway was in a show with Ethel Merman? Or that she won an Academy Award for best actress in 1940 in the dramatic tearjerker “Kitty Foyle”?
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Residency Program. Front row l-r: Sara Paul, MD; Batel Isenstein, MD;
London Muse, MD. Back row, l-r: Anesh Badiwala, MD; George Elkomos, MD; Jorge M. Espana, MD. The first six... Read more..