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Committee for Historic Preservation Weighs Next Steps Following An Illegal Demolition

Committee for Historic Preservation Weighs Next Steps Following An Illegal Demolition

Work continues at 41 Hampton Road after a developer razed half of an historic ho...

Here's Georgie! An Energetic Wheaten in Fox Meadow

Here's Georgie! An Energetic Wheaten in Fox Meadow

This week's featured pet is Georgie, a 1 1/2 year old Soft Coated Wheaten Terrie...

Holiday Crime Prevention Tips from the Scarsdale Police

Holiday Crime Prevention Tips from the Scarsdale Police

The Scarsdale Police Department, in partnership with the community, want you to ...

After Thirty Years on Death Row, Anthony Ray Hinton Tells His Story to Scarsdale Students

After Thirty Years on Death Row, Anthony Ray Hinton Tells His Story to Scarsdale Students

A man who spent 30 years on death row in Alabama, after he was wrongly convicted...

Oh Donna! Village Clerk Donna Conkling Retires After 20 Years in Scarsdale

Oh Donna! Village Clerk Donna Conkling Retires After 20 Years in Scarsdale

As Deputy Mayor Justin Arest said at Donna Conkling’s last Village Board meeting...

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Music to Your Ears

organFree Organ Concert at Hitchcock Presbyterian Church: Nathan Laube will be performing a FREE organ concert in the sanctuary at Hitchcock Presbyterian Church on Sunday, November 15th at 4 PM, on the J. W. Walker pipe organ. The FREE concert is in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the installation of the instrument, considered one of the finest in the regional area. The 1 hour program will include some of the most famous music written for organ and is appropriate for the entire family. There will be a reception following the concert. All are welcome. Please reserve FREE tickets in advance by calling the office at (914) 723-3311.

A star among young classical musicians, concert organist Nathan Laube (age 27) has quickly earned a place among the organ world's elite performers. In addition to his busy performing schedule, Mr. Laube serves as Assistant Professor of Organ at The Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. Recent and upcoming performances by Mr. Laube include major venues spanning four continents. These include Laube5X7the Vienna Konzerthaus (Austria); the Berlin Philharmonie and the Dortmund Konzerthaus (Germany); the Sejong Center, Seoul (Korea); in the USA at Washington National Cathedral (DC), Walt Disney Concert Hall (CA), Verizon Hall (PA), The Kauffman Center's Helzberg Hall (MO), and Spivey Hall (GA). During his time as a student at the Curtis Institute, Nathan also served as an Assistant Organist at the Wannamaker Grand Court Organ at Macy's Department Store in downtown Philadelphia.

Westchester Symphonic Winds at Congregation Kol Ami

On Saturday, November 21st, at 8PM at Kol Ami the Westchester Symphonic Winds will be performing a concert to benefit the Kol Ami Music Fund. The concert will feature Cantor David Rosen and Musical Director Lenora Eve singing the songs of Irving Berlin and Trustee Rachel Eckhaus on the piccolo. The program will include works by Holst, Williams, Markowski, Porter and Sousa. Tickets are $36 for the concert and $50 for the concert and a dessert reception. Purchase tickets online or at the door. Visits www.nykolami.com for more information.

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Good Work

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Pay It Forward: Fresh Produce Delivered to Those In Need for Thanksgiving

Pay It Forward: Fresh Produce Delivered to Those In Need for Thanksgiving

One local business is doing yeoman’s work to feed the needy this Thanksgiving. Mike Zalon who runs Westchester Produce is providing fresh produce to f...

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Around Town

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Calling All Artists: Sketch the 'Dale

Calling All Artists: Sketch the 'Dale

The Village of Scarsdale Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department is looking for all of the artists of Scarsdale to participate again in this spe...

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Neighborhood News

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Holiday Crime Prevention Tips from the Scarsdale Police

Holiday Crime Prevention Tips from the Scarsdale Police

The Scarsdale Police Department, in partnership with the community, want you to help make the Village a safe place to live, work and visit. The Scarsd...

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On Our Minds

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After Thirty Years on Death Row, Anthony Ray Hinton Tells His Story to Scarsdale Students

After Thirty Years on Death Row, Anthony Ray Hinton Tells His Story to Scarsdale Students

A man who spent 30 years on death row in Alabama, after he was wrongly convicted of murder, visited Scarsdale High School on November 17, 2021.

Student...

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On Our Radar

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On Your Walk Today: Reader Photo Gallery

On Your Walk Today: Reader Photo Gallery

Griffin Avenue Autumn This week we resume our feature, On Your Walk Today, with photos of fog on the Fox Meadow field, autumn leaves ablaze on Griffin ...

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Parenting

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Hockey Teams Shine in Thanksgiving Weekend Tournaments

Hockey Teams Shine in Thanksgiving Weekend Tournaments

Coaches: Jon Waldman, Becky Bach Goalie: Blake Barrow Team:Caleb Levine, Vincent Lin, Yoni Avini, Evan Waldman, Grayson Fix, Johan Schuerlein, Matthew...

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Village Voices

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School News

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Edgewood PTA Delivers 180 Thanksgiving Pies

Edgewood PTA Delivers 180 Thanksgiving Pies

The Edgewood Elementary School Fifth Grade Committee sweetened many Thanksgiving tables this year by delivering pies from Baked by Susan in Croton-on-...

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Schools

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SHS Drama Club Performs Before a Live Audience for the First Time in Two Years

SHS Drama Club Performs Before a Live Audience for the First Time in Two Years

Charlie Milberg (Dad), Isabelle Haller (Olive Ostrovsky) and Taylor Levin (Mom) singing “The I Love You Song” Trio. Olive’s parents are absent from th...

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The Goods

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Oh Donna! Village Clerk Donna Conkling Retires After 20 Years in Scarsdale

Oh Donna! Village Clerk Donna Conkling Retires After 20 Years in Scarsdale

As Deputy Mayor Justin Arest said at Donna Conkling’s last Village Board meeting on November 23, “she might be unreplaceable.” Conkling, who has been ...

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Today's News

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Police: Jewelry, Cash and Luxury Pens Stolen in Brite Avenue Burglary

Police: Jewelry, Cash and Luxury Pens Stolen in Brite Avenue Burglary

Burglary: On Nov. 28, a Brite Avenue resident returned home and found his rear house door broken. Numerous bedrooms were tossed. Stolen items included...

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Arts and Entertainment

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Shop the 'Dale for Holiday Gifts, Eats and Experiences

Shop the 'Dale for Holiday Gifts, Eats and Experiences

The holidays are early this year, with Hanukkah on the heels of Thanksgiving and Christmas just a few weeks away. Local retailers, restaurants and spa...

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People

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No Mo Robo Calls

No Mo Robo Calls

Assemblymember Amy Paulin (D-Scarsdale) announces that two of her bills to stop the daily nuisance of spam robocalls have been signed into law by Govern...

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Health

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Thinking About Getting Pregnant? Three pieces of advice from an OB/GYN

Thinking About Getting Pregnant? Three pieces of advice from an OB/GYN

Here is advice from Dr. Nabil Khoury, OB/GYN from White Plains Hospital.
Just deciding that it’s time to start your family is cause for celebration! Be...

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Pet of the Week

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Here's Georgie! An Energetic Wheaten in Fox Meadow

Here's Georgie! An Energetic Wheaten in Fox Meadow

This week's featured pet is Georgie, a 1 1/2 year old Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier. She is a member of the Mulvey family. They got her from a wonderful...

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