Month: September 2016

Local breast cancer awareness organization, Soul Ryeders, will decorate the city of Rye with pink ribbons beginning on Oct. 1 for its annual awareness campaign, “TieTheTownPink.” Photos courtesy Soul Ryeders

Breast cancer support group to decorate Rye in pink

The Soul Ryeders charity organization will adorn the city of Rye, and the village of Rye Brook and the Rye Neck area, with symbolic pink ribbons throughout the month of October to show support for community members fighting breast cancer. The Rye-based cancer support organization will begin decorating the community […]

Two players fight for control on Sept. 23. Photo/Bobby Begun

Eagles halt Huskies

Eastchester’s soccer team has had a tough road to hoe this year, but they may have finally found their footing on Sept. 23, when they took on—and beat—a solid Harrison team to earn their second win of the season. As the Eagles look ahead to the remainder of a grueling […]


Stout will not campaign despite Conservative primary victory

After a lengthy review process, Harrison Town Councilman Joe Stout has been declared the winner in the primary for the Conservative Party line. The victory means that there will now be three candidates on the Election Day ballot. However, Stout told the Review he did not plan on actively campaigning […]

Members of the Rye Town Park Commission are uncertain if they will accept a proposal from Seaside Johnnies owner John Ambrose, pictured, to manage the park’s restaurant space, following a number of complaints from area residents. Photo/Andrew Dapolite

Future of Seaside Johnnies restaurant now uncertain

The Rye Town Park Commission is considering reopening a new request for proposals to oversee and manage the park’s restaurant and snack and concession stands, according to commission members. During the latest park commission meeting on Sept. 20, park commission officials were set to accept a proposal from Seaside Johnnies, […]

Uncovering why some women cover up

Uncovering why some women cover up

Religiously observant Muslims and Jews convened in lower Manhattan recently to discuss an item of vital interest to both: Headscarves. Also long skirts, high collars and how much arm one can expose. Whatever tension may or may not exist between the faiths on a political level vanished at a symposium […]