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Ginsburg opens transformed building at 1 Martine Ave. in White Plains

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrUPL62Jm44 Developer Martin Ginsburg, founder and principal of Ginsburg Development Cos., on Thursday formally opened the first apartment building in Westchester County to be converted...

ArtsWestchester says, ‘ReStart the Arts’

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMyAdGE11kg&t=1s While plans are being developed to reopen Broadway and off-Broadway theaters by September and bring back the $15 billion a year New York City...

Public sculptures helping bridge the arts gap

One of the least likely places many people expect to find works of art has become a popular destination for those seeking unique cultural...

Bike, pedestrian path on Cuomo bridge opens; New rules for cops

During a news briefing held today at the Tarrytown entrance to the new 3.6-mile bicycle and pedestrian path across the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge,...

With rehab begun at 50 Main St. in White Plains,...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzED4OT0ftQ Developer Martin Ginsburg on Jan. 28 hosted the grand opening of the newly renovated amenity mezzanine in the office building at 50 Main St....

Developer Martin Ginsburg says making a project ‘special’ means including artwork

"The architecture and the site and then the sculptures that we add, or the paintings that we add, are part of creating an exciting environment," says the founder and principal of Ginsburg Development Cos. LLC.

Janet Langsam: ArtsWestchester presents ‘Brick by Brick: The Erie Canal &...

Ordinarily, one wouldn't juxtapose the Erie Canal and ArtsWestchester. Yet, there is at least one similarity. They are both, in their own way, good for the economy.

Nonprofits brace for economic impact from tax law changes

Alana Sweeny, president and CEO of United Way of Westchester and Putnam, along with other nonprofit leaders, is concerned about what the new tax law will mean for charities like hers.

ArtsWestchester exhibit to spotlight Hudson Valley brick industry and Erie Canal

“Brick by Brick: The Erie Canal and the Building Boom” will open this fall at the arts council in White Plains.

Arts generate $172 million in Westchester County, study finds

The national study found that the sector delivered $25.8 million in local and state government revenues and supported 5,179 jobs in 2015.

Westchester arts organizations receive $110,000 in grants

The grants are a part of more than $30 million awarded to nonprofit organizations and individuals across the country.

Kite Realty teams with ArtsWestchester to brighten City Center

A partnership between ArtsWestchester and Kite Realty Group, owner of City Center in White Plains, will bring some artistic flair to the downtown shopping center. The...

ArtsWestchester to offer grants for artists and community projects

These grants are specifically designed to support community-based artists and emerging arts organizations.

ArtsWestchester announces 2016 Arts Award recipients

The awards, announced Tuesday, recognize individuals and organizations “whose vision, commitment, and leadership enrich Westchester."

Medical treatments benefit from artistic touch

As part of Westchester Medical Center’s Healing Arts Program, the new Infusion Center in Hawthorne is filled with paintings, prints and photographs by local artists. It’s all designed to boost the morale of not only patients but also of their caregivers, family members and the center’s own staff.