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Seeking Wisdom Under the Shade of a Tree

As spring approaches, I yearn for warmer, longer days when I can sit under a tree with a favorite philosophy text, pondering the mysteries of the universe.

My hope has always been that this exercise will lead to an intellectual breakthrough, which I can then share with you. Although I’m still awaiting my first epiphany, this “contemplation under a tree” practice has worked ...

My Weekend Theater Binge

Netflix popularized bingeing on TV series by making it easy to view entire seasons of episodes back to back, for hours at a time—if that’s your thing.

My thing is seeing local live theater—and there is, thankfully, an increasing amount of it in the Hudson Valley. Last weekend, I binged on stage productions, catching four of them four days in a row. I had a blast. Here are my ...

Stuck in Traffic

March 20, 2019

Yorktown has been my home for nearly three decades, but I didn’t really start paying attention to local government until 2012.

That was the year that I started covering this town as a reporter.

Before then, admittedly, I couldn’t tell you a thing that happened inside 363 Underhill Ave. (that’s Yorktown Town Hall, for the uninformed). I didn’t care about politics, I ...

Moon over Manhattan

“Hey, look at that,” said my husband staring out the window. “There are people doing yoga on the roof of that building.”

We were on the 20th floor of a building in New York City, having a romantic dinner at a chic restaurant known for its great food and beautiful views.

“What are they doing?” he wondered aloud. “Oh. Oh no!”

“What? ...

Get Yorktown Moving Again

March 20, 2019

Yorktown is a place for families. I’m proud of growing up here and my wife and I are raising our family here, too.

For Yorktown to be a place where young families grow and seniors can retire, we must have both a plan and a commitment to achieve smart growth.

As I’ve begun knocking on doors in my campaign for town supervisor, I’ve heard one overarching theme: Yorktown is ...

Yorktown Land Trust Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Turkey Mountain

March 20, 2019

The Yorktown Land Trust is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Turkey Mountain Nature Preserve. The park has been enjoyed by thousands of citizens seeking nature study, hiking opportunities and unsurpassed views from its 831-foot summit, the highest in Yorktown.

The summit’s 360-degree panorama extends south across the Croton Reservoir as far as the skyscrapers of New York City, west ...