April 25, 2019
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Vote in the Family Favorites contest and be instantly entered to win a Family Getaway for Four to Great Wolf Lodge or a Family Pack of tickets to see a 2019 New York Yankees Home Game! Vote now! Read more…

2019 Mother’s Day Brunch & 7 Other Fun Things To Do

Holidays: Mother’s Day is approaching - Sunday, May 12th - and since it’s one of the busiest restaurant days of the year we suggest you make your reservations early. This is a day set aside to pamper mom so getting her away from the stove will certainly be appreciated. Restaurant meal not your style - we’ve got you covered, see the list of really fun family events happening on Mother’s Day. Read more…

The Arts

Entertainment: Most parents have heard of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education, but maybe not as many know about STEAM (science, technology, education, art and math) education. Some educators contend that adding the “A” for art is essential for a child’s full development and education. Read more…
Relationships: It glistened in the soft morning light, the single tear that fell from my 8-year-old daughter’s eye as she stood in our bedroom doorway. Read more…
As of Feb. 1, 2019 the Katonah-Lewisboro school district has received 100 percent of its electricity from wind generated by turbines in Texas. Read more…
Spread the word. In partnership with Westchestergov.com, Operation PROM™, a national 501c3 organization is once again giving away prom dresses and tuxedos so low-income students can attend their prom. Read more…

Living Coral

Living Coral

Bar & Bat Mitzvahs: When you are planning a special event little details can be huge. Read more…

Broadway Babies

Broadway Babies

Work & Family: Nathan and Allie Scherich of Sleepy Hollow have three children. Just like any other Westchester family they juggle soccer practice, homework, and work schedules every day. What’s slightly different for their 7-year-old twin boys, Oliver and Elliot, and their 1-year-old sister, Caroline, is that mommy and daddy’s work schedule is unlike other parents. Read more…

When to Begin Managing an Aging Parent’s Affairs

When to Begin Managing an Aging Parent’s Affairs

Legal: When is it the right time to begin managing an aging parent’s affairs? It is difficult for loved ones to know when to step-in and assist an aging parent with his financial and medical affairs. Conversations about money can be uncomfortable and parents may become suspicious or defensive when the topic is raised. They may resist doctor visits out of fear that their capacity is being evaluated. It is no wonder we resist having these conversations no matter how crucial they are. Unfortunately, as our loved ones age, they may lose the capacity to manage their financial and medical affairs and cognitive decline, coupled with isolation, can often make aging parents easy targets for elder abuse, specifically financial exploitation. Read more…

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