The second annual STEAM Extravaganza, hosted by the Westchester Reform Temple’s Early Childhood Center, was filled with young scientists of all ages on May 29. Children and friends of ECC families were able to explore a multitude of hands-on …

A study conducted by the Pew Research Center found that almost a third of Americans don’t know their neighbors. This number is even lower in suburban areas, with only 28% of people saying they know all or most of the people who live next door…

Scarsdale resident Barbara Bel, a certified public accountant and partner in the PKF O’Connor Davies accounting, tax and advisory firm, has been named vice president of the New York State Society for CPAs (NYSSCPA) for 2019-20, as one of seve…

Another school year comes to an end, as does the tenure of three members of the Scarsdale Board of Education. Bill Natbony, Lee Maude and Nina Cannon, who attended their final board of education business meeting June 10, shared their reflecti…

While political tensions over immigration flare, Westchester Broadway Theatre presents “On Your Feet,” the biographical musical about Cuban-American artists Gloria and Emilio Estefan. The Tony-nominated show, which premiered on Broadway in 20…

Chill Bucket, a new theater company based in Scarsdale, is debuting its first staged reading of “You Can’t Take It With You” on June 22 at 8 p.m. The reading, taking place in the chapel of the Church of St. James the Less, will serve as a fun…

Dominique Morisseau’s “Skeleton Crew,” now playing at Westport Country Playhouse, is unlike anything you’re likely to have seen on stage before. Born in Detroit, Morisseau longed to give voice to the African Americans who struggle to make a l…