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William M. Losapio, restaurateur and WAG adviser, dies at 80

William M. Losapio – co-owner of the former Sergio’s and Gregory’s restaurants in Hartsdale and White Plains respectively and an adviser for Westfair Communications'...

Doctors under the microscope: The politicization of medicine in the U.S.

Has medicine become politicized — weaponized even — in America in the age of the coronavirus? With the World Health Organization and the federal Centers...

New chapter for Scarsdale couple as they open bookstore

Mark Fowler and Jessica Kaplan are bucking a tide. They just opened an independent bookstore, Bronx River Books, in a 1,200-square-foot space in Scarsdale.

Local fashion leader Mary Jane Denzer dies

Denzer, a former model, was at the center of local fashion, serving as a conduit between the runways and the suburbs.

Past present at Pokahoe

The village of Sleepy Hollow is the kind of cozy community where yesterday and today happily coexist. Think Philipsburg Manor, an 18th century mill...

ArtsWestchester honors 50, announces $5M challenge grant

ArtsWestchester has announced that an anonymous donor will match its fundraising efforts dollar for dollar – up to $5 million.

NY Health & Wellness supports a passion for living

NY Health & Wellness Westchester in Harrison takes a proactive approach to aging and preventing disease.

ArtsWestchester launches ‘50 for 50’ campaign

The White Plains nonprofit commences a series of initiatives and events for its 50th anniversary year.

Panelists discuss leveraging tech in the fashion world

Discussion at “Powerful Women in Retail/Fashion” often came back to the relationship between the very tactile world of fashion and the digital world.

Food is the only subject at this Schoolhouse

The Wilton restaurant is in a former one-room schoolhouse that dates from 1872.

Stylish new White Plains digs for Mary Jane Denzer

A recent ceremony marked the opening of Mary Jane Denzer’s 5,000-square-foot couture store near The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester.

Retired military chief offers ‘pearls’ on leadership

Is there a difference in the leadership styles of men and women? “Yes and no,” says retired Brig. Gen. Becky Halstead.

Old Salem Farm acquires neighbor

Equestrian center proves a regional boost.

A symphony of investment savvy

At a time when arts organizations continue to struggle and some like the New York City Opera have folded, the Shelton-based Barnum Financial Group and the Westchester Philharmonic are making beautiful music together.

Reporter’s notebook

A unique spa experience comes to the region.