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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.

New Nyack shop features Kenyan handiwork

Walking down South Broadway in Nyack, it’s not unusual to see Kajogo Iguna seated in a folding chair on the sidewalk, a spindly carved...

Garden center puts emphasis on the artistic

When landscape designer Dan Sherman was planning to open Carriage House Gardens in Greenwich, he tapped old friends Bill Walsh and Joe Serra of The Outside In Piermont.

PepsiCo employees gear up to give back again

Hundreds of PepsiCo employees are preparing to fan out to do volunteer work throughout Westchester and Fairfield counties July 18. This fifth edition of the...

Volunteerism a part of Dannon’s culture

The Dannon Co. may employ only 225 people in its national headquarters in Greenburgh, but in any given year, 75 percent of them volunteer...

A (meeting) room with a view

Overlook Lodge at Bear Mountain offers companies the chance to combine business meetings, seminars or conventions with the attractions of one of the Hudson Valley’s most picturesque destinations.

Tapping into a tradition of leadership

Leadership – what it means and what it takes – is never far from thought at the historic Thayer Hotel at West Point. The 151-room...

Famed coach Nick Bollettieri talks tennis

Veteran tennis coach Nick Bollettieri, who has guided more than a few of the world’s top tennis players, was in Mount Kisco to participate in a tennis conference and festival at the Saw Mill Club.

Show house puts spotlight on decorating with art

The ArtFull Living Designer Show House, open June 3 through Sept. 9 in Cold Spring, is teaming up contemporary fine artists from the region with interior designers to help visitors see just how they can integrate art into their own surroundings.

A refurbished home helps YWCA further its mission

The YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester has completed a two-year, $25 million green renovation, allowing it to expand its mission of providing housing for low-income women.

New warehouse helps Food Bank meet growing need

Food Bank for Westchester held the grand opening for its new facility, a massive warehouse in Elmsford. The new space will allow the nonprofit organization to better meet the growing need for its work.