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  • A rebirth for park’s fountain and for the Terenzi family

    After losing her father and her brother, both of whom loved Rye Town Park to no end, it seemed fitting for JoAnn Leon to honor her now-deceased Port Chester family members there. On Saturday, Aug. 27, the Terenzi family did just that. 

  • ‘The Big Lebowski’ spinoff partially filmed in Port Chester
    Port Chester residents and business owners might have noticed on Thursday and Friday, Aug. 25 and 26, that Willett Avenue between North Main Street and Marvin Place and the surrounding parking lots were taken over by orange cones, barricades, numerous vehicles and a camera crew. 
  • Songs for Seeds, the award winning and beloved young children’s music program, is coming to Rye Brook.

    Named "Best Music Class" by New York Magazine and "Most Magical Music Class" by Red Tricycle, Songs for Seeds will begin offering 10 classes for children under 6 at The East Pointe Dance Studio, 11 Rye Ridge Plaza, starting on Tuesday, Sept. 20. Classes will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.

  • Blind Brook students meet their teachers

    Elementary school kids either clung to their parents like baby koalas or ran around playing tag with friends as the adults were heavily immersed in discussion about what to expect during the next school year during Blind Brook’s fifth annual Meet-and-Greet event at Harkness Park on Wednesday, Aug. 31. 

  • P.C. High School Marching Band dredges up the 60s with ‘Tommy’
    Crawford Park was filled with rhythmic stomps and loud counting in the morning and bursts of music in the evening during the second week of Port Chester High School’s marching band camp which ran from Aug. 22 to Sept. 1. The first week was held at Port Chester Middle School. 
  • After reading about Seth Hartman and Noah Broch’s bicycle ride across our country, we wanted to share our admiration for these two incredible men. Their bravery and fearlessness are commendable and something we don’t often see in many young people these days. 
  • In 2003, the Port Chester Village Board established an Affordable Housing Subcommittee to work with Port Chester Residents for Affordable Housing (PCRAH) to develop new affordable/workforce housing guidelines for the Village. 
  • As a self-defined pizza aficionado (like Jean Adrover, I would eat it three or four times a week if my wife would let me), I cannot resist commenting on your fascinating survey of pizzerias in Port Chester and Rye Brook. I too enjoy the thin-crust grilled pizza at Coals, but feel that it is so different from the basic pizza concept.
  • Port Chester continues to be an amazing community. I wanted to make a public thank you to the Tamarack Tower Foundation on behalf of all the Port Chester schools. For those of you who don’t know, Tamarack Tower allocates grants annually to each of the schools.

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  • Congratulations to Josephine Gianfrancesco of Port Chester on your 90th birthday. She celebrated Aug. 8 with family and friends. Mom, you are the greatest and look fabulous. Stay well and happy. We all love you so very much. Enjoy your trip to Greece. Hugs and kisses from your children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

  • Port Chester pianist competes in music festival at Carnegie Hall
    A group of Archbishop Stepinac High School’s students have been pursuing their academic and extracurricular passions and talents in notable ways this summer. 
  • BLIND BROOK BOARD OF EDUCATION. Blind Brook Middle/High School Library, 840 King St., Rye Brook. 7 p.m. Regular bimonthly meeting. Open to the public. 
  • 10573 Events
    AMERICAN PINUP. Garcia’s, 145 Westchester Ave., Port Chester. Ages 21+. Doors open at 6 p.m., show at 9 p.m. Indie-punk music.
  • Arts & Entertainment
    “WHAT THE BUTLER SAW.” Westport Country Playhouse, 25 Powers Ct., Westport, Conn. Tues. at 7 p.m., Wed.-Fri. at 8 p.m. Matinees Wed. at 2 p.m. and Sun. at 3 p.m. This shameless comedy by Joe Orton offers a little blackmail and a lot of sexual innuendo. Dr. Prentice, a psychiatric doctor in an exclusive, private clinic is attempting to interview and seduce an attractive would-be secretary.
  • Nearby Events
    DINOSAURS AT THE BEACH. Bruce Museum Seaside Center, Greenwich Point Park, Greenwich. 3 p.m. Free. Kate Dzikiewicz, Bruce Museum Paul Griswold Howes Fellow and paleontologist, will present a family-friendly program on dinosaurs. 
  • WESTCHESTER PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY CHURCH. 10 Touraine Ave., Port Chester. 10 a.m.-1 p.m.: Christian Worship Service in English, Malayalam and Tamil Languages. 10-11 a.m.: Sunday School classes for children ages 6-18 (English only). All are welcome!

  • Everyone loves pizza

    Of the 123 restaurants currently open in Port Chester and Rye Brook, 21 serve pizza. That’s 17 percent of all the eateries in the two villages, that total number in fact having fallen by eight since this time last year. Besides the pizzerias and Italian restaurants that also make pizza, the two Irish/American pub/restaurants—Davy Byrnes and McShane’s—are on that list as is The Clydesdale Pub & Grill—dubbed “an American bar & grill with an English twist”—and Härth in the Hilton Westchester. The latter two both have wood-burning ovens.

  • New options, but outdoor eating spots, now at 36, down a few from last year

    The number of Port Chester and Rye Brook restaurants offering outdoor eating has decreased by three from last year. However, at least one new eatery with a lovely outdoor deck will be opening before the end of the summer to replace one that closed last year. Assuming that occurs, the number will rise from the current 36 to 37.

  • Roddy’s Pizza & Salad: ‘New name, same great food and people’

    Rod Aguillon started washing dishes at Arcuri’s Pizza & Salad in Cos Cob at age 17. He was outspoken, worked hard and became a partner with Jamie Arcuri when he expanded the family restaurant to a second location in Port Chester in 2010.

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