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Mary Shustack

Mary Shustack writes features for Westfair’s WAG magazine, as well as for the business journals. A graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia, her previous experience includes more than 20 years with the Gannett Company.

ArtsWestchester plans ‘When It All Began’ gala

The organization's major fundraiser this year is drawing inspiration from the 1960s, a nod to its 1965 launch and upcoming 50th anniversary.

A marriage of nature and art in YoHo

Catherine Latson creates nature-influenced, fashion-themed art in Yonkers.

Mittmans give back with Foundation Fighting Blindness

Evan Mittman, who is legally blind, and his wife, Debi, are committed to volunteer work after his retirement from a 40-year career in the fashion industry.

Jazz Fest aims to bring business to downtown White Plains

ArtsWestchester, the White Plains Business Improvement District and the city of White Plains team for the third annual festival, set for Sept. 2-7 in the city.

Charming respite at Kathleen’s Tea Room in Peekskill

Kathleen’s Tea Room, an English-style tearoom in Peekskill, offers not only a charming place to pause but also plenty of choices sweet and savory.

ArtsWestchester initiative gathers ‘STEAM’

As it approaches its 50th anniversary next year, ArtsWestchester aims to initiate 50 new arts-and-business partnerships to help ensure a thriving future.

Standing up, again, for women veterans

Lessons learned from the inaugural edition have been incorporated into the second annual "Stand Up for Women Veterans" event set for June 13 in Tarrytown.

An eye on design at The Mansion on Madison

There’s a Fairfield County presence at the annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House, a prestigious interior-design event that continues through May 29 in Manhattan.

Business incubator program expands at RCC

RCC and iCANny will offer free business development resources to entrepreneurs, small and medium enterprises, and innovators in the Hudson Valley.

Ron Howard’s estate hits the market

Actor-director Ron Howard’s 32 plus-acre estate in the Conyers Farm enclave that straddles Armonk and Greenwich is on the market for $27.5 million.

Playhouse Market opens with ambition on the menu

Executive chef David Anderson talks about Nyack’s new food destination, where adventurous cuisine is served against an artistic, ambitious background.

Knollwood Country Club undergoes a renaissance

A five-year renovation is underway at the Elmsford destination, with features designed to attract new and younger members, especially young families.

A most comfortable career

Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams celebrate the 25th anniversary of their furniture company, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, this year

Caring for the caregivers

Though construction has not yet begun, the new Caregiver Center at the Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla is already offering services to family and friends of its patients.

Special honors

Nyack College held its annual Social Justice Day Luncheon.