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Shea Station: Perfect place to run in and grab a coffee and a snack—or sit and enjoy this historic gateway to Pelham

By Kate Gristina, Senior Editor
June 14, 2024

When you walk into Shea Station, you are hit with the aroma of fresh baked goods and brewing coffee. The interior is the perfect atmosphere for a work session with its modern and minimalistic feel. The...

First Party in the Park comes to Wolfs Lane courtesy of Rotary and its PMHS affiliate

First Party in the Park comes to Wolfs Lane courtesy of Rotary and its PMHS affiliate

By Scarlett Hanlon, Entertainment Editor
June 7, 2024

The high school's Interact Club and the Rotary Club of the Pelhams hosted their first Party in the Park at Wolfs Lane Park Sunday evening, adding a new event to Pelham's community calendar. The event...

I Saw The TV Glow: Riveting and complex thriller with ethereal feel

‘I Saw The TV Glow:’ Riveting and complex thriller with ethereal feel

By Ciara Lynch, Staff Reporter
June 5, 2024

Surreal is the simplest way to encapsulate the emotional journey that is A24's latest project, "I Saw The TV Glow." In fact, I would describe it as simply ethereal. The phenomenal cinematography makes...

The cast performs Into the Woods.

Cast and creative leaders of PMHS drama club’s ‘Into the Woods’ nominated for seven awards in two competitions

By Julia Findikyan, Contributing Editor
May 31, 2024

At Pelham Memorial High School, drama club Sock 'n' Buskin's spring musical "Into the Woods" received seven nominations in two major awards competitions during May. Senior Maddy Lyons and junior Liam...

Foto Feature: Pelham Childrens Theater brings 76 trombones to Pelham with staging of The Music Man

Foto Feature: Pelham Children’s Theater brings 76 trombones to Pelham with staging of ‘The Music Man’

By Charlotte Cohn, Assistant Managing Editor
May 20, 2024

Meredith Wilson's 'The Music Man' was staged May 10-12 by Pelham Children's Theater (PCT), which has offered fifth and sixth graders the experience of appearing in musicals for more than 50 years. The...

Pelham Palace to re-start indoor dining after long period post-Covid-19 offering deliveries only

Pelham Palace to re-start indoor dining after long period post-Covid-19 offering deliveries only

By Nate Reynoso, Staff Reporter
May 3, 2024

Beginning on May 6, Pelham Palace will re-start indoor dining after closing to seated customers alongside numerous Pelham restaurants due to Covid-19 in 2020. “It’s been a long time," said manager...

The Stellar Wolfs during the 2023 cabaret.

Top Pelham talent to appear on Manor Club stage at 25th annual Huguenot Cabaret on Saturday

By Scarlett Hanlon, Staff Reporter
April 25, 2024

The 25-year Pelham performance tradition that is the Huguenot Cabaret will take place again Saturday at the Manor Club in its historic theater. The women of the Presbyterian church created the tradition...

Foto Feature, updated with new pix: Sock n Buskin performs Into the Woods, a dark twist on classic fairy tales.

Foto Feature, updated with new pix: Sock ‘n’ Buskin performs ‘Into the Woods,’ a dark twist on classic fairy tales.

By Nate Reynoso, Staff Reporter
April 18, 2024

Sock 'n' Buskin performed "Into The Woods" for three nights last weekend, offering up James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim's unforgettable musical connecting a variety of beloved characters from classic fairytales...

Pelham teacher and artist Emlyn Taveras sees her work featured in The Female Gaze exhibition

Pelham teacher and artist Emlyn Taveras sees her work featured in ‘The Female Gaze’ exhibition

By Henna Wei, Staff Reporter
April 12, 2024

Emlyn Taveras, an artist and art teacher at Hutchinson and Siwanoy schools, is having two of her pieces displayed through April 26 as part of the exhibition "The Female Gaze" in the rotunda gallery...

Laurenn McCubbin

Pelham Art Center’s Teen Artist Council offers virtual lecture with comic book artist

By Sabine Bushong, Staff Reporter
March 8, 2024

The Pelham Art Center's Teen Artist Council hosted a virtual lecture with comic book artist Laurenn McCubbin, who has been working in the craft since 2002 and has drawn for Marvel Comics Dark Horse and...

Janice DeMarino, Allison Ciampi and Kim White describe their artistic journeys at Pelham Art Center event

Janice DeMarino, Allison Ciampi and Kim White describe their artistic journeys at Pelham Art Center event

By Henna Wei, Staff Reporter
February 26, 2024

The Pelham Art Center held its third Artist Club Lecture of the 2023-24 year on Feb. 17. These free public lectures are a way for people to learn about different styles of art and hear stories from artists...

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‘Mean Girls’ is enjoyable remake of 2004 Broadway adaption though lacks punch of original

By Matt Michailoff, Assistant Managing Editor
February 21, 2024

With a movie as iconic as the 2004 "Mean Girls," there was no doubt that a remake would face criticism. With a 2.2 out of 5 rating on Google Reviews and a wave of criticism on social media, the new movie...

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