Did you know there is a planetarium in New Rochelle?
Walk in and you’re transported back 50 years to the old Italian neighborhood, with the same family in the kitchen cooking the same great Italian classics and pizza they were making when the place opened in 1950. This is a must-go if you’re looking for something that’s not typical Westchester. Page Views: (679)
Walking New Rochelle's Huguenot Bridge is an immersive experience.
During spring break week, we are bringing back some popular posts: Eco-friendly hybrids and sporty foreign numbers have their place, but, Nick Pagani only has eyes for Big American Cars. “I go down to my garage at night and I sit and look at my cars,” Pagani says. “To me, they’re beautiful.” Pagani – a […]
Larchmont Village police say a woman driving to take a class at the LTrain spinning studio at 5:50 this morning crashed through the window of a vacant bridal store in the same shopping center at 2005 Palmer Avenue. We are told that this may be part of a trend of faulty accelerators in some Lexus […]