Want to start your Saturday off with a little hometown pride?
Take a look at Chronogram Magazine’s April 27 posting about “Peekskill and Northern Westchester, Art and Nature Intertwined.” The writer, David Neilsen pays great respect to local history, art, nature and culture in the article.
He notes that eateries like , and the "satisfy just about any culinary urge," and mentions the , and provide ample opportunities to learn and experience multiple art forms.
Here is an excerpt:
Park your car on Katonah Avenue in downtown Katonah and you will feel as though you have stepped onto a movie set featuring Main Street USA. Running all of three blocks, this is a jewel of small-town shopping, with family-owned stores such as specialty food store ., Weinstein Pharmacy, The Eclectic Collector, and Charles Department Store, which has been the anchor of the Katonah commercial district since 1939.
After lauding Peekskill, Neilsen moves on to Croton-on-Hudson, Yorktown and Katonah’s history, charm, nature, dining and art.
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