- Harder for Homeless to Enter N.Y.C. Shelters, Report FindsThe Coalition for the Homeless said the number who were denied shelter had increased, and many had been forced to reapply multiple times.
- Metropolitan Diary: Standard Morning Fare, on the GoEnjoying breakfast in the back of a cab bound for La Guardia.
- Medicaid Fight Lands in New York, Crossing Party LinesAn amendment to the massive and divisive health care overhaul, singling out New York’s state government to assume certain Medicaid costs, set off a political firestorm.
- About New York: Why Jimmy Breslin Matters: Fresh Truths, Bluntly ToldFrom the long arc of his public work and life, the New York City columnist often stepped away from the crowd and told stories of people who were ignored.
- Freed From Custody, and Accused of Killing E.M.T. Three Weeks LaterThe case of Jose Gonzalez, who is charged in the death of an emergency medical technician, shows the limitations judges have in setting bail.
- Off the Menu: Alex Stupak Unveils His Empellón Flagship in Midtown ManhattanA move by James Kent, Masa Takayama’s non-sushi project moves forward, and other restaurant news.
- Morton Deutsch, Expert on Conflict Resolution, Dies at 97Professor Deutsch, who founded the International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution, was known for his theory of cooperation and competition.
- Fired U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara to Join N.Y.U.’s Law SchoolMr. Bharara, who was abruptly dismissed by the Trump administration after refusing to resign, will be a distinguished scholar in residence.
- Front Burner: When the French Chef Becomes the Pitmaster’s PupilThe new executive chef at Benoit in New York, Laetitia Rouabah, is teaming up with Hometown Bar-B-Que’s pitmaster, Billy Durney.
- Front Burner: Treasures From the Sea, and Tastes From SingaporeThe cafe at the Asia Society is serving Peranakan food, a blend of Chinese and Malay recipes from Singapore, in conjunction with a shipwreck exhibition.
- Harder for Homeless to Enter N.Y.C. Shelters, Report Finds
- CAREGIVER FEMALE NIGHT SHIFT (YONKERS, NY)
- Bartender Wanted (Pleasantville)
- Office Manager - F/T (Mount Kisco)
- $50 cash - Online Health Insurance Research Study (VIRTUAL) (remote ok)
- ROUT DRIVER (Manhattan)
- ** Looking for Hostess, Pizza Man, Servers, and Buss Boy
- busboy dishwasher/lavaplatos (Westchester)
- Driver/ Mover Wanted (Westchester)
- Carpenters Helper/Laborer (westchester)
- Experienced and Skilled Carpenter
- 2 Technics 1200 Turntables and 1000 Vinyl Records (Mahopac) $5000
- ATV tires and rims (Mamaroneck) $250
- 4" recessed light trim (Mamarneck) $1
- CANNONDALE BAD BOY 1 (THORNWOOD) $975
- Cub cadet chipper , vacuum (Thornwood) $325
- Moving Sale (Ossining)
- Ceiling fan (Thornwood) $25
- Specialized rockhopper pro evo - 29 (Thornwood) $785
- 1929 Mercedes Gazelle Kits. (Cortlandt Manor) $5000
- WATCH FOR SALE! $20
- 20' TV! $40
- antique glenwood stove (north stamford) $3800
- 6x12 enclosed trailer (Yonkers) $3000
- WATCH FOR SALE! $20
- BLACK & WHITE CHAIR! $100
- WHITE CHILDS CHAIR! $200
- WATCH FOR SALE! $20
- 20' TV FOR SALE! $40
- 24 ft deli case (deli case)
- NAUTICA COAT! $80
Category Archives: Mount Kisco
Birthday Parties! Let a Mathnasium instructor run a fantastic party for your birthday child and their friends. Enjoy private use of our center for 1.5 hours. Your party host will engage your guests in fun and engaging LEGO build challenges! We’ll … Continue reading
Chili Cook-Off, Touch-A-Truck and Cookie Walk Saturday, November 14, 2015 11:00am 3:00pm Whose chili is the best? Come taste all and vote for your favorite at Pound Ridge Elementary School. Purchase cookies by the pound at the PRCC Women’s Cookie … Continue reading
â€˜The Ghosts of Ridgefieldâ€™ Return to Hemlock Hills Saturday, October 24, 2014 October is the month of shadows. As Halloween approaches, the spirit world meets the living, and in certain places, ghosts can be seen by mortals. Ridgefield’s own Hemlock … Continue reading
Spooky Tales Stories to Tickle Your Spine All Ages, Kids & Families Music Room Adult: $12.50, Child: $9 Come with your little ones to a riveting performance in the Music Room with storyteller LuAnn Adams to kick off your Halloween … Continue reading
5th Annual ArtsFest Sunday, September 20, 2015 1pm – 4pm Silvermine Arts Center Free On Sunday, September 20th, Silvermineâ€™s FREE annual ArtsFest celebrates its 5th year. Join Fairfield Countyâ€™s premier arts center for an afternoon of fun for all ages.Â … Continue reading
2015 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Click Here to Register Cheerleading offered to 3rd, 4th and 5th graders. Pound Ridge Cheer is where kids can learn innovative choreography and enhance their physical skills while building self confidence. Children experience structured … Continue reading
Ron White Sat, October 17, 2015 Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm The Capitol Theatre Port Chester, NY For more information visit:Â http://www.thecapitoltheatre.com/ Comedian Ron â€œTater Saladâ€ White first rose to fame as the cigar-smoking, scotch-drinking funnyman from the Blue … Continue reading
Searching for butterflies will happen Saturday, August 15th at 10:00 A.M. in the parking area on the corner of Simpaug Turnpike and Route 7 (near the Norwalk River Study Area).Â The Discovery Center at Ridgefield is hosting a Butterfly … Continue reading
Saturday July 18 12:00pm Jazz Festival /Â All Day & Evening Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra withÂ Wynton Marsalis and CÃ©cile McLorin Salvant / and more! All Ages, Jazz, Kids & Families Multiple Locations $30, $40, $50, $60, $70, $80, $90, $100, … Continue reading