Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, honoree Diane Greenwald and Eleanor’s Legacy president Brette McSweeney at the Westchester Women Making a Difference reception Nov. 17 hosted at the home of Assembly member Amy Paulin. Greenwald …

Gilda’s Club Westchester held a health, wellness and mindfulness event Nov. 17 at House of Sports in Ardsley. Gilda’s FitFest classes included yoga, spinning, meditation, barre and boot camp and more than 200 people attended, with some covera…

Growing older is inevitable. But how well we age may be partly, if not largely, up to us. That’s the message of “Do We Really Need Botox: Handbook of Anti-Aging,” a thought-provoking new book by Sofia Din, MD, a family medical doctor and geri…

Nikki Rosee is all about the long haul, whether it comes to running distances or the future. The new Edgemont cross-country coach approached the season that way and saw improved results across the board.

An old joke goes like this: Every week Frank goes to the house of worship and prays, “God, please let me win the lottery. Just once, please le…

A classic is defined by its staying power, the artful depiction of enduring human truths. Comedies, by skewering the social customs of a particular time and place, are more likely to seem dated than tragedies and so are more vulnerable to the…

John Mazzolla, 84, a former resident of Hartsdale, died in Longs, South Carolina, on Nov. 11.

Jean Forte, 89, of Scarsdale, died Nov. 10. She was married May 20, 1950 to Joseph Forte and they shared 23 years together.

Longtime Scarsdale resident James Labick died Nov. 7 in Collierville, Tennessee. He had just celebrated his 78th birthday. He had been living …

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