May 30, 2023

Charming Architecture of Irvington

Posted on April 11, 2013 by in design, Irvington

ShareSome of the charming architecture of Irvington NY. Share

Cinderella Is Having A Ball In Irvington

Posted on October 13, 2010 by in Theater

ShareThe Clocktower Players are presenting this classic fairy tale in musical form from November 6 to 14. Get your tickets now! Residents of Irvington, who were out enjoying the 6th Annual AQUEFEST last Sunday, were treated to a preview of this family friendly, charming production. Share

Design Flair For Your Family Life

Posted on September 23, 2010 by in design

ShareNew York City doesn’t have the monopoly on culture and design and it’s sad that those city folk think that they do. We can’t help them, but we can help ourselves. Here are three little things you can do to sprinkle some more awesome on Irvington. Share

Ronald Reagan and James Dean: Rare 1954 footage

Posted on August 13, 2010 by in Movies

ShareThe icon of modern American conservatism fighting off an attack-at-gunpoint by the quintessential modern American rebel in a rare live footage. Share

David Mamet and the battle for Broadway

Posted on April 30, 2010 by in Theater

SharePlaywright David Mamet explains why Broadway is like Disneyland David Mamet has a new book and the UK Gardian has published a couple of provocative exerps. No adult Londoner would go to see the crown jewels, and no adult New Yorker went to see Mamma Mia! for to do so would have been considered culturally […]

3 Best Garden Houses

Posted on March 22, 2010 by in design

ShareSeparate space – to work, to think, to read, to play, to entertain, to sleep, to relax, to live. Turn your old garage or shed space into a separate home office in the back yard? Share

3 Art Scene Insider Things To Do in NYC

Posted on March 9, 2010 by in Arts, fine art

ShareHere are three things you can do this March to feel like an insider to the New York art scene. Share

Clipboards Aren’t Boring Anymore

Posted on March 9, 2010 by in Business, design

ShareJust because you need a clipboard, doesn’t mean you have to be boring. BlueDogz Design’s award winning clipboards are the bomb! Clipboards are great for your office, home, car, cubicle, kitchen or right in your bag – and of course, they are the essential ingredient to a fantastically great gift! Bluedogz Design also carries delightful […]

Songs of the Historic Hudson – Irvington, NY

Posted on March 9, 2010 by in Arts, Irvington, News

ShareThe Irvington Historical Society Presents a free event where you hear songs from the Hudson River. “Of Time and the River: Songs of the Historic Hudson” Join us as Balladeer/Musical Historian Linda Russell traces life along the Hudson as seen in folk ballads, Erie Canal ditties and dance tunes. Irvington Public Library Sunday, March 14th […]

Over Design is a Trap

Posted on June 2, 2009 by in design

ShareI’ve got to watch myself. I’m a sucker for features or gadgets. I like clips, zippers, pockets, holders and Velcro. The world is full of geek candy like that. But when is enough ‘enough’? I used a vintage bike messenger bag for years — just a bag with a single inner zipperless pocket. So I […]