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North Salem Teen's Spirit Buoys 'Art Against Abuse' Exhibit

February 23, 2018

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-In its 12th year, Art Against Abuse still delivers a powerful message about dating abuse among young people.

The annual event is held in memory of Elizabeth Butler, the 17-year-old North Salem High School senior brutally raped and murdered in 2005 near the Croton Falls Train Station by an ex-boyfriend who had been stalking her.

She was weeks away from graduating high ...

Art Forms and Their Exposure Evolve in North Salem

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-Jean Goldsmyth is already known to most of North Salem News readers through her weekly cartoon, “Happily Ever After,” but with the use of technology, she’s getting back to her fine art roots.

Using a pixel app called Procreate on her iPad, Goldsmyth can create realistic sketches and brush strokes and have the freedom to work anywhere she wants without ...

North Salem Students' Artwork on Display at Katonah Museum

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-Teens from North Salem had their artwork on display this weekend in the annual exhibition for young artists at the Katonah Museum of Art.

The event, now in its 35th year, puts aspiring artists in a professional setting and involves the teens in all aspects of the museum exhibition. With employees of the museum and input from art teachers, the teens organize, publicize, curate ...

Westchester Bluegrass Club Plans Purdys Performance

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-The Westchester Bluegrass Club presents Redwood Hill on Jan. 20 at the Lake Purdys Clubhouse, 33 Lake Way, Purdys. Redwood Hill features Dave Orlomoski on mandolin and vocals, Dave Shaw on banjo and vocals,  Keith Edwards on guitar and vocals and Lillian Fraker on bass. They will play mostly first-generation bluegrass with a heavy emphasis on the Country Gentlemen.

Doors ...

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