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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade To Return 'Live' This Year
The Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade is returning to the streets of New York City for its 95th celebration after being curtailed last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Macy's made the announcement on Wednesday, Sept. 8, saying the parade will be delight crowds once again on Thursday, Nov. 25 beginning at 9 a.m.
This year's parade will feature the signature mix of giant character helium balloons, fantastic floats, marching bands, performance groups, celebrities, clowns, and the one-and-only Santa Claus, Macy's said.
“We are thrilled to welcome back in its full form the Macy’s Thanksgiving Da…
Girls' Night Out at Good Samaritan Raises Nearly $50,000 To Support Access To Breast Health
Good Samaritan Hospital, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth), recently held its annual Girls’ Night Out event to raise funds for its nationally recognized Center for Breast Health.
The evening was a celebration of camaraderie, strength and taking charge of one’s health. It included a high-end shopping experience, mini makeovers, a silent auction, raffles, dinner and more. Karen Karsif, M.D., Medical Director of The Center for Breast Health at Good Samaritan Hospital, discussed the latest advancements in breast cancer diagnosis, and comedian Erin Jackson …
Nyack’s Natural Burial Boutique Helps Rocklanders Deal With Death
NYACK, N.Y. -- Ever wanted to talk about death in a safe, respectful space?
Now you can.
Kerry Potter, the owner of Dying to Bloom, a natural burial boutique in Nyack, will be hosting what's called a "Death Café," over tea and treats Sunday, Nov. 5 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
“Death Cafés” features a group-directed, agenda-free discussions of topics surrounding death, fears, ideas, and life itself. While they are not considered grief support or counseling, they can be therapeutic for those who have experienced loss or those that simply have general questions about death.
The “Death Ca…
Book It, Rockland; Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Starts
ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- At the risk of sounding like your spouse, consider this your reminder to make your Hudson Valley Restaurant Week (HRVS) reservations.
The two-week long event, a celebration of the bounty of the Hudson Valley, starts Monday, Oct. 30 and goes until Sunday, Nov. 12 and spots fill up fast.
More than 200 restaurants throughout Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, Ulster, and Sullivan participate, allowing chefs to flaunt their best fare. Special three-course menus are $22.95 for lunch and $32.95 for dinner and often focus on seasonal ingredients.
New this y…