A Public Park, or a Commercial Enterprise, That Is the Question
The Talk of the Town
Rise in Teen Substance Abuse Has the Attention of the Community
Follow Up on the News: Make Way for More Sidewalks on Forest
Updated April 26
4/18: Not so merrily down the stream. Vehicles on both sides of Milton Road in front of RowAmerica causing dangerous one-lane traffic condition. Spoke with director who stated he attempted sending numerous emails to parents regarding parking situation. Party was more than willing to assist police in finding solution.
Keep Our Community Presentable
I just returned from a walk on a beautiful Sunday afternoon and stopped at Peachwave for a quick pick-me-up. I was shocked by the condition of the open space adjacent to their business in light of the fact this is in the Central Business District and visible from Purchase Street.
Dr. Willard Cates Jr.
The world lost one of its champions of public health, with the passing of Dr. Willard Cates Jr. on March 17, 2016. He was a pioneer researcher in the fields of HIV/AIDS and women’s reproductive health.
Morsels on Rye
BIRTHS: Joseph and Danielle Buffamante are delighted to announce the birth of their first child Christopher Joseph Buffamante on January 27, 2016 at Greenwich Hospital.
Business & Orgs
Rye Rescues: Gotcha Day, One Year Later
Thanks so much to 7–year-old Emma Lunstead for sending us her story. Hats off to this special girl who is already taking action in her school to encourage others to adopt rather than shop.
Locals Make Waves at New York State Championships
Two weeks ago, a contingent of four Rye area swimmers, one diver, two coaches, and assorted families and friends made the long drive up to Erie Community College near Buffalo for the New York State Swimming and Diving Championships.
Avian Afternoon Delights
“On the Wing,” an exhibit of 80 exquisite photographs of birds by Nadia Valla, is on view at the Meeting House on Saturdays from 12-3. All of the photos are of birds that can be found in and around Rye.
Hot Ticket to Collecting Art
Contemporary art is a hot topic. Collecting contemporary art has never been more in vogue. Record-breaking prices and mobbed art fairs make the daily news. Starting a collection can seem daunting, however. Where to start?
Where Wisdom, Confidence, and Friendship Intersect
School of the Holy Child is holding its annual Gala and Auction in a new venue — its recently opened Field House — but as always, the event, being held April 15, will honor and recognize extraordinary individuals with strong ties to the college preparatory girls’ school.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 300
They Were Olympians!
At the annual Milton School Fair last weekend, the theme was the Olympics and to that end the competition was epic and the games amazing. The organizers scored high in every fun event.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 329
Some Like Their Chinese Fresh
We’d been to Wuji, the Asian Fusion restaurant that opened at 26 Purchase Street last year for dinner several time. We loved the seductive mood, the indigo blue walls and lanterns, and the Mai Tai’s, as well as the fresh organic food and the twists on classic Chinese dishes.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 257
BEYOND RYE: All Aboard to AntarcticaRead more... Comments (0) | Hits: 598
For Arthur Stampleman, who lives in Rye, and his granddaughter Sarah, who lives south of San Francisco, their recent trip to Antarctica, aboard the National Geographic Orion, was “the trip of a lifetime!”
Afternoon Delight:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 423
Hot dogs roasted over an open fire, taking part in log-sawing contests,
SUMMER CAMP ROUND-UP 2016Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 514
What’s Summer Without Summer Camp?
Kids of all ages can have the summer of their lives with the bountiful offerings around town.
Japanese Festival Lights Up January:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 511
While the weather outside was dreary and gray, the mood and colors inside Milton School were festive and brilliant at the 16th annual Japan Festival last month.