Let it Snow: Fourth Graders Ski Free in New York

Let it Snow: Fourth Graders Ski Free in New York

BY CAROLYN JOHNSON Ski and snowboarding season is here, minus the natural snow, but that hasn’t stopped New Yorkers from hitting the manmade snow-filled slopes, especially over the last holiday week. As skiers eagerly wait for the first real snow of the season, (Do we count the October storm?) here is some useful information about […]

How to Have the Best Relationship in 2012

How to Have the Best Relationship in 2012

BY AMY & MICHAEL SHERMAN It’s the New Year and everyone is making their resolutions. Most of us set goals about losing weight and making more money. However, if we look at our relationships, there are goals we should be making there, too. Most couples are functioning on a day-to-day basis in survival mode. Get […]

One door closes, another opens in Chestnut Ridge

BY CAROLYN JOHNSON I recently wrote about how disheartening it was to see many small businesses closing in a strained economy. Within days of writing that article, I heard wonderful news: two renowned yogis are opening a yoga studio in the same area where a beloved local store had closed. I recall the adage, “one […]

The Jokes Were Silent, the Laughs Were Loud at Rivertown Film’s Tenth Anniversary Celebration

By Carolyn Johnson Rivertown Film celebrated its tenth anniversary on December 15 at The Nyack Center with two silent film classics and a performance by village resident and master of physical comedy Bill Irwin. This uniquely talented actor whose many credits include “Mister Noodle” on Sesame Street and Broadway’s “Waiting for Godot” and “Who’s Afraid […]