Friday, March 24 @ 7pm, Saturday, March 25 @ 7pm & Sunday, March 26 @ 2pm
Disney's BEAUTY & THE BEAST [link] | Irvington Town Hall Theater
Presented by Clocktower Players ADULT Troupe. Simply Enchanting...
The weekend the live action film opens in theaters around the country, Clocktower will offer the international sensation, Disney's BEAUTY & THE BEAST live on stage! This tale about very different people finding strength and love boasts an unforgettable score, enchanting characters, humor and hope, making this beloved fairy tale a musical for the entire family! Be transformed and see the romantic and heartwarming tale with someone you love!

Friday, March 24–Sunday, March 26 & Friday, March 31–Sunday, April 2
Glass Ceiling Breakers [link] | Axial at St. John's, 8 Sunnyside Avenue, Pleasantville
Axial's next production, Glass Ceiling Breakers, celebrates Women's History Month with eight original one-act plays by New York-based women playwrights! Fridays @ 8pm, Saturdays @ 3pm & 8pm, Sundays @ 4pm

Friday, March 24 @ 8pm
Ralphie May [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley Theater 1008 Brown St., Peekskill
He’s been on the comedy scene for over 25 years, he was runner-up on the hit TV show “Last Comic Standing,” and he is coming to The Paramount! Funny man, Ralphie May will perform his stand up act on March 24, 2017! The Tennessee native currently has his own Netflix production called Unruly, which he describes as, “the biggest launch in Netflix history. The wave for “House of Cards” is tsunami and I’m the fat guy trying to body surf.” May began his professional comedic career at 17 when he opened for his idol and mentor, Sam Kinison. He’s best known for his unfiltered, unadultered and uncensored jokes that are realistically understandable, but are hysterically funny.

Saturday, March 25, April 8 & 22 from 9am - 1pm
Irvington Winter Market [link] | Main Street School, 101 Main Street
It's going to be big!

Saturday, March 25 @ 3pm
Family Film Series: “Beauty and the Beast” [link] | Philipse Manor Hall, Yonkers

As the live action version appears in theaters during the same week, visitors to the Manor Hall can view the acclaimed animated version of the classic tale. Follow the link for the complete Series Schedule.

Saturday, March 25 from 4pm–8pm
2017 Beer Fest of Westchester [link] | Westchester County Center, White Plains
Featuring over 300 craft beers, local breweries and micro brews, plus live music by Shilelagh Law. Guests under 21 must be accompanied by an adult.

@ 6:30pm
Yonkers Arts - Arts Speak featuring Barbara Segal [link] | Philipse Manor Hall; 29 Warburton Ave; Yonkers
Barbara Segal will be making a presentation on her career two Saturdays from now, March 25 at 6:30pm at Philipse Manor Hall, grand second floor community hall.
Barbara is honored as one of ArtsWestchester's 50 outstanding artists living or working in Westchester. Barbara is an internationally recognized and widely exhibited artist appearing in notable public institutional collections such as The White House, Neuberger Museum of Art, and in numerous private collections including Malcolm Forbes and Leslie Wexner of Unlimited. Please visit her website to see more of her work... [link]
Saturdays: March 25; April 1 & 8. Fridays: March 31 (LGBT Night) & April 7 from 6:30–9:30 p.m.
Orchid Evenings [link] | New York Botanical Garden, Bronx
Stroll through The Orchid Show: Thailand in the lush conservatory, while music, dance, and unmatched beauty create one of New York City’s most unique and spectacular evening outings. This year’s exhibition features an astonishing array of blooming orchids that culminates in a jaw-dropping scene of a large arched façade in the style of a traditional Thai pavilion. Throughout the night, enjoy the sights and sounds of live DJs from a variety of musical backgrounds, and the renowned traditional dance routines of the Somapa Thai Dance Company. Round out your experience with refreshments for sale headlined by a specialty cocktail—the Dancing Lady—created for Orchid Evenings by Edible Bronx’s head mixologist. (Entry times at 6:30, 7, & 7:30 p.m.)

Saturday, March 25  @ 7:30pm
RiverArts Film Series "Dr. Strangelove" [link] | Andrus on Hudson, 185 Old Broadway, Hastings
Seats are not reserved, but those who purchase tickets in advance will not have to wait on line and can sit in a premium section towards the front of the auditorium. A Moderated Conversation/Talkback will follow each screening. Popcorn will be sold!

Saturday, March 25 @ 7:30pm
The Mammals (feat. Mike + Ruthy) [link] | Common Ground Coffeehouse, At the First Unitarian Society of Westchester, 25 Old Jackson Ave., Hastings
Americana stand-outs Mike + Ruthy have assembled a new band and, as was the case with their last one, The Mammals, fans and critics alike are showing a lot of love.

Saturday, March 25 @ 7:30pm
RiverArts Film Series "Dr. Strangelove" [link] | Andrus on Hudson, 185 Old Broadway, Hastings
Seats are not reserved, but those who purchase tickets in advance will not have to wait on line and can sit in a premium section towards the front of the auditorium. A Moderated Conversation/Talkback will follow each screening. Popcorn will be sold!

Saturday, March 25 @ 8pm
10,000 Maniacs [link] | Tarrytown Music Hall
A Music Hall/Music Without Borders Co-presentation, supported by WFUV.  A 30 year collaboration of Jerome Augustyniak, Steven Gustafson and Dennis Drew joined by vocalist/violinist/songwriter Mary Ramsey in 1993 and guitarist Jeffery Erickson. 10,000 Maniacs have sold more than 9 million albums with hits including “More Than This,” “These Are The Days,” “Hey Jack Kerouac,” “Trouble Me,” “What’s The Matter Here,” “Candy Everybody Wants” and more. Their multi-platinum album “In My Tribe” was named one of the Top 100 100 Most Important Releases of the decade by Rolling Stone. The band is still driven by “the immaculate jangle and gorgeous vocal/musical arrangements that have informed every Maniacs effort for the last 30 years.” – Buffalo News

Saturday, March 25 @ 8pm
Shadows of the 60's: A Tribute to Motown [link] | White Plains Performing Arts Center
In this highly interactive and visually stunning production, SHADOWS OF THE 60’s perform the hits that span several decades. Featuring top industry musicians and singers dressed in exquisitely designed costumes and performing dazzling choreography, SHADOWS OF THE 60’s present the music of Motown with the intensity of the orignal recorded performances. Each singer and musician were chosen because they embody the spirit, style and excitement of the original artists in concert.
Close your eyes and you will hear the magic of Motown, open them and you will see and feel the raw “front row” experience of attending a live Motown concert, circa 1964.

Saturday, March 25 @ 8pm
Shen Wei Dance Arts [link] | Performing Arts Center, Purchase
One of the premier international dance companies, Shen Wei Dance Arts transcends East and West, fusing these disparate forms to forge a new hybrid form of dance. Their dances reflect the compositional rigor of Shen Wei the visual artist, dancer, and choreographer—incorporating vivid colors, striking design, and imaginative use of space into theatrical, kinetic paintings. The program will feature Shen Wei's latest work Neither, which was co-commissioned by The Performing Arts Center, Purchase College.

Saturday, March 25 @ 8pm
Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone [link] | Paramount Hudson Valley
Herman’s Hermits sold over fifty-two million recordings. In all, fourteen singles and seven albums went gold. At the age of fifteen, Peter achieved international fame as “Herman,” lead singer of the legendary pop band Herman’s Hermits. His classic hits include: “I’m Into Something Good”, “Mrs. Brown, you’ve Got a Lovely Daughter”, “I’m Henry VIII”, “Silhouettes”, and “Can’t You Hear My Heartbeat”. Ultimately, Herman’s Hermits sold over fifty-two million recordings. In all, fourteen singles and seven albums went gold!

Continued on our Calendar [link]


Yup, it's true, UberEATS is now delivering some of your favorite Westchester restaurants right to your door!

from LoHud
"Well, as of Thursday, there’s a new solution. UberEATS, the on-demand food delivery app run by Uber car service, is now available in southern Westchester.
Having partnered with 86 restaurants to launch in the Lower Hudson Valley — such as RocnRamen 914, Harrison Tavern and Polpettina—the new service could be a game changer for both time-strapped customers and independent business owners."

Go to LoHud or visit UberEATS

 

Now open,
Restaurant Edition...

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Slice Shop

106 Main Street, Irvington
from their Facebook page:
a classic ny pizza joint meets a modern american kitchen
eric korn // rob vankeuren // julia blandori



Boro6 Wine Bar

549 Warburton Avenue, Hastings
from their Facebook page:
An new wine bar located in Hastings on Hudson just 30 minutes north of NYC. Featuring 20 wines by the glass, cheese, charcuterie, sandwiches and snacks


Red Zebra

31 Beekman Avenue, Sleepy Hollow
from their Facebook page:
Red Zebra, in the heart of Sleepy Hollow, is taking a modern look at Italian with locavore integrity.


Bread & Brine

19 Main Street, Hastings
from their Facebook page:
Raw Bar, Cocktails & Fish House. Traditional "Down East" cuisine in the heart of Hastings-on-Hudson.


 

 

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