All things entertaining in Westchester, Rockland and the Hudson Valley
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International Waffle Day, marked annually on March 25, is a time to indulge in the batter-based cake that can be eaten as a meal, snack or dessert. If you’re looking to eat some waffles locally, here are three spots in Westchester where you can get your fix.
City Limits Diner in White Plains
“At City Limits, our goal is to introduce guests to approachable fine dining and reimagined comfort...Read more »
Looking for ways children can celebrate Black History Month? Kids can learn about an important African-American role model at a story walk, make crafts to commemorate historical figures and hear a reading and meet the author of a book about skin color and identity as seen through a child’s eyes. Find all the details here.
Sunday: Story walk in White Plains
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Carly Rose Sonenclar sang an old favorite, a duet with LeAnn Rimes and a Leonard Cohen classic to make her final case to win Fox's "The X Factor," while hundreds of "Carly's Angels" gathered in White Plains to root for the Mamaroneck teen.
After the show's first commercial break, Sonenclar kicked off the night of final performances with Nina Simone's "Feeling Good,"...Read more »
Gingerbread houses are one of the holiday season’s sweetest treats, and on Wednesday, The Ritz-Carlton in White Plains unveiled a 240 lb. gingerbread replica of Kykuit, the historic Rockefeller estate.
If your kids want to decorate their own gingerbread houses and cookies, there are classes and workshops happening throughout the month where they can get in on the holiday fun.
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Aretha Franklin will wait another few months before heading to the Hudson Valley for her show at the Westchester County Center in White Plains.
In an email sent moments ago to Newsday Westchester, a publicist cited "storm-related conditions" and "many troubling issues still facing the community at large" as reasons for postponing the show, which was originally slated for...Read more »