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The Addams Family: p.m., Sun, Nov. 24 at 2 p.m..Tick- Conservation Center will cele- e Wolf Conservation Cen-
The Staff A New Musical ets are $20 and can be purchased brate 20 years of success in their ter (WCC) is a 501(c)(3) not-
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John Jay Theatre Workshop
When the lights of John Jay Stage Manager
High School’s eatre Workshop Mariel Richardson
shine this week, they will not checks the level of
only illuminate the setting for a bookcase under
“You Can’t Take It With You”but construction.
also re ecting the work of a score
of students’ e orts backstage. e As curtain
technical crew, headed by seniors time nears,
Evan Calves, Mariel Richardson the elaborate
and Jackson Roche, sacri ced a
half-dozen autumn weekends, set takes
spending countless hours build- shape.
ing the set that accompanies this
comedy classic. With nal con- As curtain time nears, the
struction wrapped up Nov. 9-10, elaborate set takes shape.
lighting was loaded and focused
the following week. “ e nal Jackson Roche, the PHOTOS: TOM BARTLEY
touches were put on everything student assistant
this [past] weekend as full dress stage manager, Set furniture temporarily occupies the special
rehearsals began,” he said. Adults, seating area for “You Can’t Take It With You.”
both volunteers and theater pro- cuts wood to ﬁt just On show nights, folding chairs on the temporary
fessionals, provided guidance for outside the John Jay bleachers and other onstage seating will give an
the hard-working students, who estimated 150 audience members an up-close
also found time after school to auditorium. viewing experience.
chip in extra work. e show was
scheduled to open Friday, Nov.
22, at 7 p.m. and continue with
performances on Saturday at 1
and 7 p.m.
Teen continues fundraiser for kids in Kosovo
John Jay High Schdool student Elizabeta Berisha recent-
ly returned from Kosovo after spearheading a humanitarian
donation project called “Beta’s Healthcare Supplies Drive”
to improve the lives of children in Pristina, Kosovo, by col-
lecting much needed medical supplies such as band-aids,
antibiotic ointments, and rst aid kits for the city’s under-
resourced public hospitals.
e drive was so successful that she’s hoping to continue.
If you would like to donate any of these much-needed
items, you may drop them o at donation boxes located
within these local businesses:
Cross River Pharmacy, 20 North Salem Road, Cross
Paul’s Pharmacy, 222 Oakridge Common Drive, South
Pound Ridge Pharmacy, 55 Westchester Ave, Pound
Je erson Valley Pharmacy, 3693 Hill Blvd, Yorktown
Save Mor Drugs Health Mart Pharmacy, 175 South Riv-
erside Ave, Croton on Hudson
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Senior Hall of Fame
Here are the honorees:
BY CAROL REIF communities.” SOMERS volunteer, Salzman has been held
NORTH SALEM Teresa Cli ord, 80, has been several positions on the North-
CONTRIBUTING WRITER It includes 31 nominees over Suzannah Glidden, 82, has east Westchester Rotary Club, the
a Heritage Hills Condo Board Community Center of North-
the age of 80 and eight over 90. worked for many environmental president and member for almost ern Westchester, Heritage Hill
organizations and has fought for 20 years. She worked to upgrade of Somers, and the Chappaqua
Local seniors are have proven One of the honorees is 98 years the quality of Westchester’s air the development’s tness center Drama Group. A sculptor, he gift-
and water for more than 20 years. and has helped seniors with com- ed his sculpture “Eternal Light”
that “age is never a deterrent to young. Four pairs are married She has created and run organiza- puter skills at the Mahopac Kohler to the temple and displays other
tions, testi ed at hearings, educat- Senior Center and Heritage Hills. pieces at a local gallery.
being a vital member of society,” couples. ed herself and others, motivated During Sandy and last winter’s
those around her, and brought storms, she worked with elected Susan Petroccione, 70, is a re-
says Mae Carpenter. Six recipients will receive Spe- about change in her immediate o cials, police departments, and tired school teacher and cancer
community and beyond. Glidden the Red Cross to help folks nd survivor. She is a founding mem-
e commissioner of the coun- cial Recognition: Phyllis J. Fein- has also advocated for seniors with food and shelter. Cli ord also ber and president of the non-pro t
breathing and other health issues. helps people “age in place” and Somers Library Foundation. She
ty’s Department of Senior Pro- gold of New Rochelle, Dr. Alfred serves on the Westchester County volunteers at Support Connection
Allan L. Mendelsohn, 76, has Council for Seniors. (family support for breast cancer
grams and Services said its latest John Liotta of Yonkers, Jagadish been a volunteer at the North patients), Opengate (developmen-
Salem Boy Scout Troop 1 for 28 Marilyn and Lawrence tally disabled persons) and Friends
Hall of Fame honorees “show the Mistry of Tarrytown, Ann Muro years, serving as Scoutmaster and Kaufman have coordinated and of Karen (families of children with
assistant Scoutmaster. He volun- run many veteran-related activi- life-threatening illnesses). She
importance of people giving back of Yonkers, and David Schwartz teers at Temple Beth Elohim and ties, particularly for Jewish War has held various positions at the
has chaired its house and grounds Veterans. ey have supported and Somers Women’s Club and been
to their communities and to each of Ardsley. committee and been a board advocated for veteran bene ts and involved in local and international
member,president,and chair of the rights. relief e orts.
other.” According to Carpenter, age Rabbinical Search Committee. He
is its immediate past president. Arthur D. Salzman, 85, has SOUTH SALEM
Westchester County Executive is “an advantage because of the served as a leader and contributor PamelaVeith,61,directs Lewis-
to Temple Beth El of Northern
George Latimer plans to join in life experiences they bring with Westchester in Chappaqua since boro’s Senior Adults programs and
1962. He has been very active in is also the town’s senior outreach
the honoring of 74 senior citizens them.” United Jewish Appeal - Federa- coordinator. She coordinates se-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies and nior adult trips with North Salem
at the 37th Annual Luncheon, on “ eir generous contributions is the former chair of its Northern and Bedford and recruits members
Westchester campaign and a for- for senior programs and special
Friday, Dec. 6, at the Westchester have helped to make Westchester mer member of the Westchester events. She hooks seniors up with
Campaign Committee. He also
Marriott in Tarrytown. County one of the most senior- headed the annual Temple Beth SEE SENIORS PAGE 5
El campaign for many years. As a
is year’s program taps Sister friendly places in the world,” she
Alice Conrad of Mount Vernon said.
and Vincent Greco of Armonk Tickets are $65. For more in-
for top honors. formation, contact Rose Cappa at
Latimer praised all members of [email protected]
the Class of 2019 for “their dedi- or 914-747-0519.
cation and commitment to our
Hope for the Future
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SENIORS tive positions in I.S.S.U.E. (Incest Hospital. Guest also serves on must have made signi cant and e Senior Citizens Hall of
Survivors Sharing Understanding the Bedford Hills Fire Depart- enduring contributions to en- Fame is sponsored by the West-
FROM PAGE 4 and Educating) a support group. ment Board of Directors. hance Westchester’s quality of life chester County Department of
A former volunteer with West- through their professional work, Senior Programs and Services;
programs and services that help chester Community College’s Art HISTORY volunteer achievements or both. the Westchester County De-
them stay in their own homes. Department at Westchester Com- e Senior Hall of Fame began partment of Parks, Recreation
munity College, Ryan also trained Nominations are made by and Conservation; Westchester
YORKTOWN facilitators and held administrative in 1983, the 300th Anniversary of members of the community, and County Livable Communities
Daniel Strauss, 79, works with positions with Lambda Peer Sup- Westchester County’s founding. the honorees are selected by a and the Westchester Public/Pri-
port Services (LPSS), a LGBTQ Its purpose was to showcase how panel of judges and Hall of Fame vate Partnership for Aging Ser-
the town and local businesses to organization. She hosts support seniors have contributed to build- members. vices. United Health Care is a
keep Yorktown Heights neat and groups and events for the LG- ing the county. More than 1,100 Gold Sponsor. Sponsorships are
tidy. He weeds, cleans up litter, BTQ Community through LPSS seniors have been inducted since. e names of past honorees are still available.
and encourages businesses to take and e Loft. Ryan also facili- engraved on plaques displayed at
pride in their appearance. He also tates a self-help support group for To be nominated, seniors the DSPS’s o ce in Mount Vernon.
nudges corporate headquarters to sexual trauma survivors and will
ensure that they are good corpo- be leading a couples’ dance class Judi R McAnaw www.edwardjones.com
rate neighbors. at e LOFT. She is a member of FJiundani cRiaMl AcdAvnisaowr Mwemwbwer.eSdIPwCardjones.com
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large member of its executive the Coast Guard. He was in-
board. She is a delegate to the volved with its response to the
American Federation of Teach- 9/11 terrorist attacks and Hurri-
ers (AFT) and the New York cane Katrina. Guest is a founding
State United Teachers (NYSUT) member of the Town of Bedford
Representative Assembly. Doerr Veterans Advisory Committee
is also a member of NYSUT’s and helps organize campaigns for
Committee of 100 and the York- Wreaths Across America. Com-
town Grange Fair Association. mittee members lay wreaths on
more than 500 veterans’ graves
Fran Ryan, 76, has been vocal in Bedford each year. He is the
and visible, participating in pro- commander of the Mount Kisco
tests, marches, championing issues American Legion, where he or-
around LGBTQ equality,women’s ganizes monthly service dinners
rights, and abuse survivor advo- for patients at the Montrose VA
cacy since the 1980s. She trained
facilitators and held administra-
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Budget gets swift passage in Lewisboro
BY TOM BARTLEY increase of more than $700,000 each $1,000 of a property’s as- legislature voted both to hike Parsons, who has been super-
CONTRIBUTING WRITER over this year’s spending and sessed value to $23.91. Westchester’s sales tax by a visor since 2012, acknowledged
calls for a tax-cap-compliant penny and to share that revenue his town’s past reliance on the
Lewisboro will spend almost 2.85 percent increase in the tax A year ago, faced with dwin- windfall—20 cents out of each reserve, saying in the interview,
$12.9 million next year to keep levy. dling cash reserves after years of new dollar collected—with lo- “Lewisboro has lived right on
roads clear, the public safe and applying those unspent dollars cal governments, Lewisboro re- the edge for years.”
pets licensed, the town board at rise in the levy—the total to immediate budget outlays, the mained comfortably below the
agreed last week. property taxes Lewisboro col- town board voted to exceed the state ceiling on levy growth. With the new revenue source,
lects—will mean a 3.52 percent state’s mandated limit on tax- he said, “ is year, we’ve got a
At $12,863,495 the “solid, increase in a homeowner’s tax levy growth. “ is year, why are we not sensible, solid budget.”
sensible” budget represents an rate, from the current $23.09 for breaking the cap?” Supervisor
is year, after the county Peter Parsons asked rhetorically It includes beefed up spend-
in an interview following adop- ing for police protection by some
HolidaatyGCeleebnraetisoniss Start tion of his 2020 spending plan. $81,000, to $1,056,468, and a
50% OFF “In large part [it’s] because the $92,000 hike in highway main-
county has been a fairy god- tenance to $3,792,147. Dog
All Fine Jewelry & Sterling Silver in Stock mother, with $700,000 in extra licenses are expected, again, to
sales tax [revenue].” generate about $12,000 in rev-
at number is the county’s
estimate of Lewisboro’s share e town board, unanimous
of Westchester sales-tax col- in agreeing on the spending
lections. But that total is based plan but a member short in at-
on a notoriously uncertain vari- tendance at its Nov. 12 meet-
able called consumer spending, ing, voted 4-0 to adopt the 2020
which remains subject to the budget.
cruel whims of such things as
weather, wages and tari s. e eir vote, more than a month
town will apply a chunk of the ahead of the state-mandated
promised money to replenish- Dec. 20 deadline to install a
ing its frequently tapped scal town budget, followed an adver-
reserve. tised public hearing at which no
(New purchases only. Excludes Andrea Candela.) Toys for Tots
Black Friday & e New York State Police will once again be joining forces
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November 29 & 30th are less fortunate. Each Troop K barracks will have a Toys-
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Residents gathered on Veterans Day to
honor all those who have served.
PHOTO: KATHERINE BORCHERT
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Happily Ever After Hat trick
Men and women READING,
have worn hats WRITING &
for hundreds of CHOCOLATE
years. Pioneer women wore
cloth bonnets and men wore KIM
leather or straw hats to keep KOVACH
the sun, rain and wind o of
their heads as they traveled on
horseback or in the front seats
of wagons. When the automobile became a more popular means
of transportation, hats were worn in the open roadsters for the
same weather-related protection.
Hat factories in Norwalk and Danbury employed hundreds of
workers, churning out men’s bowlers, top hats, fedoras, western
style cowboy hats and women’s hats with feathers, ribbons, net-
e news junkie report ting and fabric owers.
Danbury was known as “Hat City.”Workers were happy to
have steady employment in those hat factories until the daily
Every so often in this space, exposure to mercury and other toxins made them too ill to work.
I like to ll it with random
things going on near and WORDS TO THE WIZENED e phrase “mad as a hatter” refers to the side e ects of muscle
far and in between. You might Speaking of Disney, while I
even nd some of it interesting, or tremors and neurological issues (the “Danbury shakes”) devel-
can’t claim to be a blood relation
BRUCE of Walt or his Great Niece Abigail oped by the factory workers as a result of mercury poisoning.
THE BLOG Disney, the documentarian and
I started wearing baseball caps to keep the sun o of my face
while working in the garden and walking laps at the track. My
already know what I’m just nding BRUCE social activist speaks my language cap collection included a Holstein-patterned cap, a Boar’s Head
out. Either way, maybe there are APAR when it comes to lowering the
nuggests here that’ll help with your boom on certain Boomers (her deli cap (amusing since I am a vegetarian) and a NY Yankees cap.
Several years ago, I ew down to visit my mother in Florida. I
next cocktail party conversation and my generation) who wax had forgotten to pack a hat. Mom’s fashion accessories of shoes,
(does anybody still have those?). boorish when patronizing their handbags, necklaces, and earrings began to include baseball caps
juniors, notably Millennials. One in every color. Mom let me wear her new pink baseball cap. I
NIKE TO AMAZON: JUST UNDO IT of her all-too-appropriate admonitions to those who liked it so much that Mom let me keep it for the ight home.
Nike is running away from Amazon, pulling its aren’t aging gracefully or graciously: “You are old. You (See my headshot)
merchandise from the galaxy’s biggest retailer to are not irrelevant yet. But you are less relevant every Before I submitted my rst column to the Katonah-Lewis-
focus on its own direct-to-consumer e-commerce day. Move on.” Abigail, I couldn’t have said it better boro Times, the editor said to include a head shot. I asked my
business. Said one analyst, “Brands don’t need myself. [ e Guardian] friend, Pat, to take a photo of me wearing the pink baseball cap.
Amazon. [It’s] just a tra c aggregator that reduces Months later, I started writing feature articles for a quarterly
friction in consumption ... it doesn’t build communi- BOOMER EMPLOYMENT BOOMING magazine. at editor also asked me to include a head shot to ac-
ties.” [CNBC] No, I’m not a self-hating Boomer. I’m also not a company my articles. Of course, I sent her my pink baseball cap
retired Boomer. Neither are millions of my peers. photo. e magazine editor responded, “We don’t want the same
NO MINOR OFFENSE Surprise! Boomers (generally age 65-75) reportedly photo that you use for your newspaper column.”
e legal age for buying tobacco in New York are the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. work- Since the magazine is quarterly and my article was going to be
State is now 21 (as of Nov. 13), in an e ort to reduce force.Twenty percent of us in 2018 were employed published in the spring issue, I decided it would be fun to match
the serious health hazard to minors caused by the or looking for work, compared to 12% of those the a di erent hat to each season. I searched around in my closet and
vaping epidemic, which has claimed 16 young lives same ages 20 yrs ago. [Glassdoor] found a wide-brimmed straw hat. I tied a piece of pink fabric
in the U.S. Research shows 28 percent of high school around as a hat band and asked a friend to take my photo. e
students and 10 percent of middle-school students FARRAH’S FRANCHISE STILL HAS LEGS straw hat photo looked cute so I used it again for the summer
are using e-cigarettes. [Larchmont Loop] Charlie’s Angels is spreading its wings once again, issue.
on the silver screen. I know it’s not angled towards For the magazine’s fall issue, I wrote two articles. One article
GAME OVER… ALREADY? me because the only 2019 Angel actor I know is was on fall walking tours and the other article was on the many
Google in 2020 is launching a streaming game ser- Kristen Stewart, which suggests I’m in the twilight reasons I enjoy the fall season. But I did not have a fall hat for
vice in the cloud (no disc or downloads needed) called of my movie fandom. According to lm review my head shot. Lizzy arrived at our Pound Ridge Library adult
Stadia, and there’s not a lot of cheering out there just aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the professional crit- writing class the following week carrying hatboxes and tote bags
yet. Says one games expert: “[We’re] waiting to see if ics greeted it with a shrug (58% approved), while lled with a variety of autumnal chapeaux. We had an impromp-
Stadia will op. I hope it won’t. I wouldn’t be surprised audiences were ying high over this version (84%). tu fashion show after class. Problem solved.
if it does.”Sounds gamy. [ e Verge] [Rotten Tomatoes] For the winter issue, I already owned the perfect cold weather
hat. Over Labor Day weekend, I asked my neighbor to take a few
MINING WALT’S VAULT A TALE TWICE TOLD photos with my cell phone before we set out for our daily walk.
Disney Plus, the new, Net ix-like streaming Topping Amazon’s subjective (not sales) list of the
ere I was on a sunny, humid 80 degree morning wearing my
subscription service, drew 10 million subscribers for 100 best books of 2019 is Margaret Atwood’s “ e
its recent launch, boosted by a seven-day free trial. Testaments,” sequel to her cultural touchstone “ e red eece winter hat and wool plaid scarf over a t-shirt. I posed
Handmaid’s Tale,” which was adapted to a streaming
e Mouse House (whose movie catalog includes TV series with a cult following. [CNN.com] in front of an evergreen tree and submitted that new winter-
Fox, Marvel, Pixar, and Lucas lm) hopes to have 90
million subs by 2024, compared to the 160 million SEE APAR PAGE 10 themed head shot along with my next article.
Net ix has today. [ e Verge]
Kim Kovach has now added a maroon baseball cap and a jaunty
tweed cap to her hat collection. www.kimkovachwrites.com
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I’m thankful for beer
Ienjoy anksgiving and at the risk of and share with the Given the variety, I cleanse your palate and provide au-
being sappy, it is a great time to have thentic taste pro les dating back to the
our small but agile four-person fam- new boyfriend of your THE suggest keeping it 1800’s that still play well today. Try the
ily together, something that is becoming niece’s friend who KATONAH simple with a beer gold standard bearing Chimay Belgium
a rare occurrence as the kids spread their looks like a deer in BEER MAN that’s complementary ales in any of their 4-5 varieties that
wings. headlights standing in yet stays out of the way have been killing it since 1862. ey
come in very sharable larger form bottles
In addition, we are fortunate to at- corner doing his best JOHN BART of the food avors. as well. In addition, I have found that
tend a anksgiving celebration where a people who make blanket statements
semi-large crew of delightful family plus Marcel Marceau im- Crisp German Pil- such as “I don’t like beer” will potentially
friends plus surprise friends of friends like Belgium style ales.. give it a try.
all convene at my wonderful brother pression. He will thank sners like Oskar Blues
and sister-in-law’s house. e theme of ALTERNATIVES
the menu is that everyone brings some you… silently. From a Brewery Mama’s Little So there I was sitting at a local beer
kind of food or drink o ering they are
proud of and want to share with friends beer-food pairing perspective, the citrus Yella Pills at 4.7% abv and mellow but purveyor doing research and a beer tast-
and family. ankfully, sharing beer has ing from Athletic Brewing Company out
become a part of that tradition and there will complement most anything. At our avorful lagers (say hello to anything of Stratford, Conn., was just starting up.
are many craft beer adventurists in our Hmm I said to myself, this is serendipi-
family! gathering, we typically have a charcuterie from Jack’s Abby) will work well. is tous as I ambled over to the tasting table
only to be shocked to nd that all the
Like the many characters in a family, (thank you spellcheck) platter, and the approach will steadily guide your thirst beers were non-alcoholic. What the? To
there are also many varieties and nuances be polite, I sampled them all and was
of beer. is article should hit news- hop bitterness goes especially well with through the plentiful courses ahead of very pleasantly surprised to nd them
stands about one week before anks- excellent! Literally, the great tastes of
giving, so I’ll give you proven approaches the meats. you. I have a nice selection of elastic di erent styles of beer without any of
for enhancing your anksgiving / Fam- the alcohol. So for any or all of the beer-
ily / Beer experience. Try Iowa’s Toppling Goliath Brewery waist pants speci cally for these occa- food pairings I mentioned above please
consider substituting these Craft Non-
QUICK START pseudoSue Pale Ale with a citrus-y taste sions. Alcoholic Beers from Athletic if they
After traveling to your destination or suit your tastes:
and well-balanced hop bitterness at a
welcoming all the guests at your home, Appetizers: Run Wild IPA or Free
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one of those stronger Double IPAs you
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waiting for the perfect time to break
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as both are outstanding citrusy bold pair very well with sweet desserts and
double IPAs weighing in at 8.5% abv. especially if they are served in a snifter
Each brewery’s noteworthy names that style glass at room temperature. A few
could spur conversation such as “Uncle examples include Captain Lawrence
Ferdinand, what exactly is a Bombogen- Autumn Blaze Pumpkin Ale 5% abv
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Who framed Audrey Hepburn? APAR
“Audrey Hepburn is tilted TRACY to nd the culprit behind the tilting FROM PAGE 8
again,” I told my husband BECKERMAN of the Audreys so I could stop the
as I entered the kitchen. madness, and also nd another song AMAZON ADDS TO GROCERY LIST
“ at’s a shame,” he said without to sing while I was at home. Locals who routinely beseech Whole Foods to come to
looking up from his omelet.
“Do you have any idea who keeps their town (a wholly unrealistic expectation) may want to
lower their sights and lobby for a less elitist Amazon-owned
“Hey, honey,” I said. “ is is seri- tilting the Audreys?” I asked my grocery store. Amazon plans to test a mass-market food
market model in L.A. in 2020, but has not yet divulged
ous!” husband after I nished setting the any details, including a name. In addition to 500+ upscale
Whole Foods locations, Amazon operates 16 convenience
“Right,” he said. “ en un-tilt her.” Audreys straight. stores called Amazon Go. [ e Dallas Morning News]
I made a face that he didn’t see “I don’t,” he replied. TWO TAILS OF POOR PETIQUETTE
1. In four-legged-friendly Westchester, a 21-year-old
because he was still focused on his omelet. But I was an- “Well I need to gure this out before I go all Holly
thought nothing of letting her dog run around a big box
noyed. After selling our house, we rented an apartment GoCrazy on you.” hardware store untethered. e owner was given a ticket
and (hopefully) a leash (for the dog, of course). [Patch]
until we could gure out what our next move would be. “Maybe Audrey Hepburn is tilting the Audreys,” he
2. In the same town, a homeowner’s unleashed dog bit a
e apartment came furnished and, apparently, who- said. neighbor. e woman was given a summons and (hope-
fully) a muzzle (for the dog, of course). [Patch]
ever had decorated had a thing for Audrey Hepburn. “I don’t understand.”
ere were three di erent posters of her in the front “Maybe the ghost of Audrey Hepburn is haunting In a nationally televised game, a violently out-of-
hall, a “Breakfast at Ti any’s” poster in the living room, our apartment and she is tilting her pictures at night to control NFL player bashed the opposing quarterback
over the head with the QB’s own helmet. e assaulting
and two more Audreys in each bedroom. Every time I get your attention.” player has been suspended from playing for an inde nite
period, through this season at a minimum. No word yet
walked into the apartment, I felt this sudden urge to put “I don’t think Audrey would do that to me,” I said. on whether he has been o ered a contract with WWE,
where head-banging is a job requirement. [ESPN]
on pearls and sing “Moon River.” “Katherine Hepburn maybe, but not Audrey.”
WHAT’S NOT TO LOVE?
To be honest, I was OK with all the Audreys. What I stormed out of the kitchen to get my laptop, stopped Dhruv Gaur, a Jeapardy contestant who couldn’t come
I wasn’t OK with was how all the Audreys seemed to to pick up my husband’s socks and toss them in the up with the nal “answer” (in the form of a question),
won the day anyway by writing, “What is… We love you,
mysteriously tilt every so often while we slept. It was like hamper, and then headed back to the kitchen. When I Alex,” causing the show’s legendary host Alex Trebek,
publicly ghting life-threatening pancreatic cancer, to
the fairy tale about elves who came in each night to the returned, I noticed that the Audreys were all tilted again. visibly choke up on air. #weloveyoualex instantly became a
Top 10 Trending hashtag on Twitter. [Deadline]
cobbler’s shop and nished all his half-made shoes. But “Argh!! What is going on?” I demanded.
instead of helpful cobbler elves we had evil Audrey elves My husband looked amused.
who thought she looked better leaning to the left. “What? I said.
To any normal person, having tilted posters would He snickered. “Actually honey, I’ve been tilting the
not be a big deal. But I’m slightly neurotic and I have Audreys.”
trouble with things like towels folded the wrong way, “Huh? Why would you do that?” I said.
fruit bowls that are o center on the table, and, of course, He shrugged. “I gured if you were busy with the
tilted Audrey Hepburn pictures. My husband might not Audreys, you wouldn’t bother me about my socks on the
notice that the posters are tilted for a week or more, or oor.”
ever, just like he doesn’t notice when his socks are on the
oor for more than a day. But I see the tilted Audreys You can follow Tracy on Facebook at https://www.facebook.
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CROSSING p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 23 at 1 follow. Admission is free. Rd (Route 35), South Salem 10:30 a.m. and the Civic Singers
p.m. and 7 p.m. St. John’s Parish, which in- Cost: $65.00 per person. Soda on Friday’s at 10 a.m. All events
FROM PAGE 2 are held at Memorial House.
Tickets cost $5 for students cludes St. John’s Church in or Iced tea included, cash bar for
Community Tree and seniors, $10 for adults, and South Salem and St. Paul’s Cha- wine or alcoholic beverages. e Vista Fire House
Lighting will be sold in John Jay High pel in Vista, is celebrating its lunch menu includes appetiz-
School eatre Lobby. 260th anniversary this year. For ers, entrees and desserts. Musi- For more information, visit
Community Tree Lighting more information, call 914-763- cal Entertainment provided by vistafd.org.
with Santa, songs and supper. Carol Sing-Along 8273 or visit saintjohnsepisco- Danny Russo. Ra e donations
Saturday December 7 at 5 p.m. palparish.org. provided by local merchants. Toys for Tots Holiday Toy
at Stevens Memorial United e sixth annual Carol Sing- Sign up by November 20 or call Drive
Methodist Church, 8 Shady Along will be held at 4 p.m. Holiday Boutique 914-232-6162.
Lane, South Salem. Saturday, Dec. 14 at St. Paul’s at KES Join the Fire Department
Chapel on Rt. 123 in Vista. In Women’s Civic Club on Saturday, December 7, for
Thanksgiving Day the event of a snowstorm, the Katonah Elementary School’s of Katonah the annual “Toys For Tots” Toy
service event will be moved to Sunday, 4th Annual Holiday Boutique to Drive between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.!
Dec. 15 at 4 p.m. be held Saturday, Nov. 23 from e Women’s Civic Club of Please donate a NEW and UN-
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anksgiving Day service at e Sing-Alongs have packed holiday shopping, music, food ter their annual August break. Department (377 Smith Ridge
First Church of Christ, Scien- the chapel with families from & fun! Katonah Elementary Members used the respite to Road in South Salem, NY) to
tist, 13 Bedford Road, Katonah. all over the area for the last School is located at 160 Hunt- thoroughly clean and reorganize help a child this holiday season!
Service starts ursday, Nov. 28, ville Road, Katonah. Event host- their rift Shop, site of donated At the Vista Firehouse we will
at 10:30 a.m., and there is no ve years. e Chapel will once ed by KES PTO. sales that raise money for the have the following going on dur-
collection. again ring with the sounds of club’s many charities. ing the toy drive: Donate a toy
Christmas carols as the whole Lewisboro Seniors and you can get a picture with
John Jay Theatre community sings along with St. Ongoing social activities in- Santa Claus; Cookie decorating;
Workshop Paul’s own Joyful Noyz band. Come celebrate the season at clude the knit-crochet group A tour of the Vista Fire Depart-
this beautiful local gem recently every Monday at 2 p.m., Mah ment Firetrucks and Ambulances.
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will present “You can’t take it will lead a celebration of Evening day, Dec. 11 from noon to 4 p.m. and bridge on the third Tuesday Bedford Chamber
with you” Friday, Nov. 22 at 7 Prayer for Peace, featuring harp at Le Chateau, 1410 Old Post of the month at 10 a.m., a book Concerts
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John Jay swimmers make states
Seven swimmers from John Jay have Coach Meg Kaplan, left, with her state championship-bound swimmers PHOTO COURTESY OF STEPHANIE CRANE
quali ed for the New York State cham-
pionships, which will be held Friday, Nov
22, at Ithaca College:
• Lily Buckley (senior): 200 medley re-
• Jessie Crane (eighth grade): 500 free-
• Madison Edwards (junior): 400 free-
• Symantha Ehnes (junior): 200 medley
• Olivia Lind (junior): 400 freestyle re-
lay; 200 medley relay; 100 butter y; 100
• Maya Luongo (junior): 400 freestyle
• Ashley Piacentino (freshman): 400
freestyle relay; 200 medley relay; 100
is season, the swim team nished
fourth in the league, fourth in the confer-
ence and seventh in the section.
At the Section 1 championships on
Tuesday, Nov. 5, the 200 Medley Re-
lay team nished in eighth place (Olivia
Lind, Symantha Ehnes, Lily Buckley,
e 400 freestyle relay team nished in
sixth place (Olivia Lind, Maya Luongo,
Madison Edwards, Ashley Piacentino).
ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT – MAX MIRAGLIA
Senior running back leaves it all on the ﬁeld
BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER am today.
SPORTS EDITOR Do you plan on continuing to play
sports in college?
After missing a portion of his se- No.
nior season because of a torn liga- Do you know what you want to
ment in his thumb, Max Miraglia study in college?
returned and help lead the John At this point I’m undecided, but
Jay football team to a semi nal ap- business has always interested me.
pearance in the Section 1 Class A What is your favorite music to
playo s. listen to warming up for a game?
How old were you when you Usually rap music that pumps me
started playing football and what up.
got you started? What’s something about yourself
I’ve always been extremely inter- people might not know?
ested in football. I wanted to start I can do a standing back ip and I’m
playing in third grade, but the earli- really good at cornhole.
est my parents would allow me to If you could have one superpower,
play was fth grade. what would it be and why?
What was your favorite thing Super Speed, being fast is kinda my
about being on the football team thing, and being even faster would al-
at John Jay? low me to do my chores and home-
Being able to play football and be work in record speed.
with my friends every day during Where is your favorite place to go
the season was de nitely my favor- on vacation and why?
ite thing. Getting physically t and Michigan, because my relatives live
learning from my coaches is a close there and it’s so much fun.
second. FILE PHOTO/ROB DIANTONIO Favorite place to eat locally?
Do you have a favorite team Max Miraglia runs to the outside in John Jay’s quarterfinal win over Lourdes on Oct. 25. Empire Bagels
activity or pregame/postgame What is the go-to app on your
ritual that you share with your phone?
teammates? Who has been your biggest role models since day one. e most important Subway Surfers
After every ursday practice, the par- model over the years and what have you qualities I have learned are to be extremely Do you have a current favorite book,
ents put together a team dinner where we learned from them? hardworking and persistent. Without movie or TV show?
relax, bond, and hang out. My parents have been my biggest role these I wouldn’t be the person or player I If I watch TV, it’s going to be football.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2019 SPORTS THE KATONAH LEWISBORO TIMES PAGE 17
Former Ranger Brian
Mullen gives pointers
to a young boy.
PHOTOS COURTESY OF
Sharpshooter turned tutor
Former NHL All-Star teaches youngsters at Harvey School
Local kids aged 5 to 9 skated onto NHL All-Star whose career included a suited up and skated with Mullen at the ever,” Janos said. “What really brought it
Harvey School’s Evarts Rink, on Mon- ve-year stint with the New York Rangers. private school in Katonah. all together was the support from our cur-
day, Nov. 11, knowing very little about e free Veterans Day event was orga- rent Harvey hockey players who gave up
playing the sport of hockey. “It was truly something special to see so their day o to make a connection with
nized by Greg Janos, head coach of the many rst-timers arrive at Evarts Rink ea-
at all changed thanks to a crash Harvey School’s varsity hockey team, spe- ger to meet some of the New York Rangers SEE HOCKEY PAGE 18
course led by Brian Mullen, a former ci cally for novices. More than 100 kids alumni and get on the ice for the rst time
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FROM PAGE 17 of Katonah,
laces up a
the next generation of hockey young boy’s
players and spend the day tying skate.
skates and playing with the kids
on the ice.” Former Ranger
Spencer Hellinger, a Katonah autographs a
resident and Harvey School ju- hockey stick.
nior, said there is knowledge to
be gained by teaching. PHOTOS COURTESY OF
“It was really cool to give back
to the kids,” Hellinger said. “Not
only was it a teaching moment
for the kids, but it was a moment
for me, too.”
Ashley Dineen, an English
teacher and multi-sport coach,
was excited by the number of
girls who signed up to try hockey.
“As a former collegiate ice
hockey player, I hope we can
continue to raise the involvement
of girls in this amazing sport,”
Dineen said. “My hope is that
they left Monday’s event with a
desire to get back out on the ice
Every child who participated
went home with an autographed
New York Rangers hockey stick.
Another event will be held at
the school at 10 a.m. on Dr. Mar-
tin Luther King Jr. Day (Monday,
For more information or to
register, Google search “Junior
Rangers Rookie Series.”
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Reduce the risk for sports eye injuries
Basketball has the highest rates of lightest lenses available. Look for prod-
youth sports eye injuries. Wearing pro- ucts that meet standards set forth by the
tective lenses can help prevent many eye American Society of Testing Materials.
injuries. Some sports may require more exten-
Encouraging children to play sports can sive gear, such as a face mask. It can still
be good for their minds and bodies. How- be adviseable to wear eye protectors un-
ever, players risk injury anytime they en- der the face mask. e AFP says this is
gage in sports play, and the eyes are among particularly true for “one-eyed athletes,”
athletes’ most vulnerable body parts. or those who have less than 20/40 vision
e American Family Physician says in one eye, even when corrective lenses
sports cause more than 40,000 eye inju- are used.
ries each year, though 90 percent or more e National Eye Institute says that,
of them can be prevented. A 2018 study currently, most youth sports leagues do
in the journal Pediatrics found that bas- not require the use of eye protection. In
ketball caused almost 16 percent of eye order to safeguard young athletes, parents
injuries in children between 1990 and and coaches can insist that children wear
2012. e next activities to cause the safety glasses or goggles during games,
highest amounts of eye injuries included even if the league doesn’t mandate it.
baseball/softball and nonpowder gun use, An eye doctor can examine children’s
such as airsoft ri es and pellet guns. PHOTO: METRO CREATIVE CONNECTION eyes and make recommendations for pre-
e American Academy of Ophthal- scription or non-prescription eye protec-
Basketball has the highest rates of youth sports eye injuries. Wearing protective lenses tion to be used during sports play. Learn
mology advises that the single-best way can help prevent many eye injuries. more about eye health at aao.org.
to protect the eyes during activities is
through the use of protective eyewear. should feature a type of lens made of a during basketball, racquet sports, soccer,
Regular glasses alone are not e ective. e shatterproof plastic known as polycarbon- and eld hockey. Polycarbonate lenses are is article was provided by Metro
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Don’t be enraged; be informed
ree weeks ago, on Oct. 29, some point encountered the need Gov. Cuomo’s signature into a tizzy. I wrote these words:
the New York State Assembly’s philosophical debate of giv- “If tackle football goes extinct,
Committee on Health opened ing readers what they want vs. MARSH to become law. it will go extinct on its own.
up the oor to discuss a bill that giving them what they need. MADNESS Benedetto actually rst pro- Enough parents will have done
would bar children 12-and-un- Should we force-feed you your their homework and decided
der from playing tackle football. vegetables and budget stories posed this bill seven or eight against allowing their kids to
or just let you ll up on candy play. is is an area where I
e result, as expected, was and police blotters? Many opt BRIAN years ago after former NFL think legislators should stay on
hundreds of bare-bones articles for the latter, but that’s another the sidelines.”
slapped together in 10 min- topic for another day. MARSCHHAUSER great, John Mackey, died at 69
utes containing nothing but a But the arguments against
few paragraphs and a headline While my example headline years old as a result of chronic it were persuasive. I have since
(something like: “New York was technically true, it’s also found myself thinking more
Considers Banning Tackle a bit misleading in its over traumatic encephalopathy, deeply about this issue. If I was
Football”). simplicity. Joe Reader doesn’t on that committee, I’d give seri-
instinctively know that “New a degenerative brain disease ous consideration to sending it
It’s hard to say this with- York” in this case is a committee to the oor for a vote.
out sounding cranky, but the made up of 25 elected o cials that would prohibit children more commonly referred to as
majority of news reports these (only three showed up to the You, on the other hand, may
days do more en aming than hearing and one left mid-way 12-and-under from playing CTE. come away holding your posi-
informing. ey ask open-ended through) and that no vote has tion even more rmly, which is
questions about controversial taken place. organized tackle football (your ough the bill has never also ne. But being informed
topics because they want your is better than being enraged.
instant, predictable outrage. Let’s be clear about what kids can still tackle their friends made it out of committee, I was When pressed to explain their
And, let’s face it, you want to be happened: One of the 150 stances on controversial issues,
outraged. members of the New York State as much as they like in your told by a member of the As- a lot of people either provide
Assembly, Michael Benedetto anecdotal evidence or say, “It’s
It’s a win-win! (D-Bronx), put forth a bill backyard). sembly it is picking up steam just the way I feel,” which is
Every newspaper has at nonsense.
at bill, which has been from state legislators behind the
Personally, I have a general
co-sponsored by two dozen scenes and may very well end up rule of thumb when it comes
to controversial topics: Con-
other elected o cials, was then on the oor for a vote. sider the other side’s motiva-
tion. What is Assemblyman
sent to a committee, which is So, there is no better time to Benedetto trying to accomplish
with this legislation? He wants
standard practice for any bill. inform yourself on this issue fewer children to su er a loss of
cognitive function later in life.
It’s the committee’s job to vet than now. If you feel strongly If we start there, rather than
viewing him as an evil man who
the bill before it goes to the about it, I suggest you watch the wants to take away football, we
can have a better discussion and
Assembly or Senate oor for committee hearing, which was make the sports we love safer
for our kids to play.
a vote when the legislature recorded and is available to view
reopens in January. If it gets at nyassembly.gov/av/hearings.
through both houses, it would At 3 hours and 10 minutes,
the hearing is a tad shorter than
the movie “Titanic.” But I think
it’s important for people who
Arthritis is have strongly held beliefs to
the #1 cause
of disability in listen to counter-arguments. I
America. can’t tell you how many times
Get Your I’ve listened to an opinion with
which I don’t agree and came
away thinking, “ at was a good
point. I’ve never considered that
I started writing a draft of
this column before watching
the hearing. e mere thought
300,000 of these sissy state politicians
banning tackle football sent me
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CLUES ACROSS A 17. One point north of due west
1. Small viper 55. One who noisily enjoys
4. Some are covert 56. About blood 18. Small peg of wood
7. A waiver of liability (abbr.) 57. Transaction veriﬁcation system 20. Stretch of swampy ground
10. Speak out (abbr.) 22. Is indebted to
11. Retirement plan 59. Related through female family 27. Where you were born (abbr.)
12. Small dog members 28. A team’s best pitcher
13. City in Iraq 60. Low velocity grenade 29. Cool!
15. Car mechanics group 61. “In Living Color” comedian 31. Female sibling
16. Shrimp-like creature 62. Veterans battleground 32. This stimulates the thyroid
19. Majestic 63. Expression of creative skill (abbr.)
21. TV detective 64. Midway between northeast and 33. Reserved
23. Central Canadian province east 37. More prickled
24. Causing to wind around 65. Patti Hearst’s captors 38. Forbidden by law
25. Wise man 39. One-time presidential candidate
26. Knicks legend Willis CLUES DOWN 40. A TV show has more than one
27. Muscular weaknesses 1. Something useful 41. A place to stash things
30. John Stockton compiled them 2. It goes great with peppers and 42. Defunct currency in India
34. South American plant onions 43. Causes to ferment
35. To some extent 3. Oriﬁce 44. A type of gland
36. Where manners are displayed 4. Turned into bone 47. __ Humbug!
41. Showy 5. The Princess could detect it 48. Everyone has one
45. Fall down 6. Bands of colors 49. Punctuation
46. Shoelaces are often this 7. Makes use of 51. Central American fruit
47. Disease-causing bacterium 8. Central African country 52. Brooklyn hoopster
50. Egg-shaped wind instrument 9. Lake in the Kalahari Desert 53. 100 square meters
54. Sufferings 13. He was a “Chairman” 58. Local area network
14. Legally possess
CLUES ACROSS B 13. Supreme being
48. Bar bill 15. Ductless gland
1. Study of sight 51. Romanian city 18. Parts producer (abbr.)
7. Becomes less intense 53. Greek sorceress 21. Not arranged in a straight line
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14. A great ape 56. Tropical Asian plants 26. Famed protest yacht
16. All-time NY Giants great 58. “Unforgettable” singer 27. Drain
17. Big Apple native 59. Belonging to a bottom layer 30. Distributes
19. Home of the Flyers (abbr.) 60. Potato state 32. Small, savory dishes
20. People stand in them 61. A toy that spins 35. Web of Things (abbr.)
22. Automotive legend Iacocca 64. “A-Team” character 37. Defunct aerospace company
23. Inﬂuential linguist 65. Ornamental molding 38. Lacking consistency
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41. Spoke angrily 7. Concurred 59. Cold, dry Swiss wind
43. Separated with a tool 8. Chinese cabbage __ choy 62. Water in the solid state
44. Relative biological effectiveness 9. Greek war god 63. A great play
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4 factors to consider when choosing a business dinner venue
Hosting a business dinner for 1. SPACE might be tall and may not appre- 2. LOCATION to accommodating people with
the rst time is a great chance to Venues with tight quarters and ciate being crammed into small e location of the venue is more unique dietary restrictions.
make a strong impression on cli- quarters, regardless of how good
ents and colleagues. intimate settings may be perfect the food is. Visit each venue before another factor that bears ample 4. REPUTATION
for date nights. However, business making any reservations to ensure consideration. e venue should Subpar service is not the fault of
Planning such dinners can be dinners may work better in restau- there’s ample space for everyone. be located near accessible high-
intimidating, but hosts who give rants with ample room for every- Business dinners can sometimes be ways that make it easy for guests the person trusted with hosting the
careful consideration to a handful one to spread out. is is especially lengthy, and a little extra legroom to arrive and get home. If hosting business dinner. However, a restau-
of factors when planning the party important when hosting new or can make everyone more comfort- out-of-town clients, look for an rant with a strong reputation for
may nd hosting isn’t so tall a task, prospective clients who hosts have able as the dinner progresses. establishment within a reasonable great service can help hosts create
after all. never before met in person. Clients distance of the airport or the hotel a strong rst impression in the eyes
where guests will be staying. of their colleagues or prospective
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Corresponding to Last Week’s November 14 Issue 3. MENU restaurants before making a reser-
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