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Julia Rosenberg, Senior Editor

Julia is currently a senior at Pelham Memorial High School. She loves trying new and interesting foods and reviewing local restaurants. She runs track in the winter and is a pescatarian.

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45 Years in the making: the 2020 PMHS Olympics

45 Years in the making: the 2020 PMHS Olympics

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
March 12, 2020

According to tradition, the Pelham Memorial High School Olympics started in 1975. In the beginning, the day was simpler and more of a traditional Olympics style. The banners which students today pour hours...

Nancy Romm and her truck at Glover Field in fall 2018.

Nancy’s ice cream truck to roll again, as Pelham Together creates way for teens to gain work experience

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
February 11, 2020

The ice cream truck that created many fond post-game memories for Pelham citizens is returning. After sporting events and school, Nancy's ice cream truck always sat waiting, ready to dole out treats and...

PMHS senior Miriam Ciacca sings on Grammy-nominated album

PMHS senior Miriam Ciacca sings on Grammy-nominated album

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
January 31, 2020

This year at the Grammys, many artists showcased their talent and proved themselves through performances and award nominations. While Billie Eilish’s dominated the night, Lizzo’s opening act and Ariana...

Foto Feature: PMHS students make like polar bears to raise $5,606 for Special Olympics

Foto Feature: PMHS students make like polar bears to raise $5,606 for Special Olympics

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
November 17, 2019

Pelham Memorial High School students braved air temperatures in the thirties and Long Island Sound temperatures in the Brrrr! range by plunging Saturday into the sea at Glen Island Park in New Rochelle....

Hutchinson hosts semi-annual scholastic book fair and family night this week

Hutchinson hosts semi-annual scholastic book fair and family night this week

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
October 21, 2019

On Wednesday, October 23rd and Thursday, October 24th, Hutchinson Elementary School will be hosting their semi-annual scholastic book fair. This year, the theme will be arctic adventures. On Thursday...

Come try the new at EcoPels vegan cook off on Nov. 9

Come try the new at EcoPel’s vegan cook off on Nov. 9

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
October 11, 2019

The Environmental Coalition of the Pelhams (EcoPel) will be hosting the first ever vegan cook off on Nov. 9 starting at 6:30 pm. At this event, which will be hosted at a home in Pelham Manor, cooks will...

Marcelleria, a must-try and heartwarming Italian restaurant

Marcelleria, a must-try and heartwarming Italian restaurant

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
September 19, 2019

There is a new kid on the block. Replacing Jordan Hall on fifth ave, the new Italian restaurant Macelleria sits on a street that is packed with restaurants. There is an appeal to this restaurant because...

45 years in the waiting: The real life love story of two Hutchinson School graduates

45 years in the waiting: The real life love story of two Hutchinson School graduates

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
August 14, 2019

In 1974, two Hutchinson School second graders began a friendship that would change their lives forever, but they would only realize it 45 years later.  John McClernan and Maria Petti-Rozycki were friends...

Truth and benefits of food combining

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
July 30, 2019

Anyone who is interested in new fad diets, or has an instagram account following other health and nutrition accounts, may have heard of the brand new eating philosophy called food combining.  Over...

GO give this new GREEK place a try

GO give this new GREEK place a try

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
June 7, 2019

Anytime a new restaurant opens in Pelham, it’s exciting. Everybody knows the “good” places in Pelham, and many people routinely visit the same restaurants, so when Go Greek, initially opened, I was...

PMHS girls varsity golf outstanding so far this season with a 6-2 record

PMHS girls varsity golf outstanding so far this season with a 6-2 record

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
May 6, 2019

The Pelham Memorial High School girls varsity golf team has had an outstanding season, winning six matches and losing only two thus far. Up until the beginning of May, the team was undefeated with a 6-0...

Mommas Boy French Toast

Now THIS is comfort food

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
May 2, 2019

This past spring break, I went on a trip to visit universities along the eastern coast, specifically focusing on schools in the south. The minute that I knew I was going, my mouth watered with the thought...

Vegetarian burgers at prime 16 are a MUST try

Vegetarian burgers at prime 16 are a MUST try

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
March 7, 2019

If one were to venture on the website of Prime 16, they might find they claim to serve, “the most delicious, satisfying and nutritious burger you’ll find." While I cannot confirm or deny this for all...

Try Bangkok City for your next dinner outing

Try Bangkok City for your next dinner outing

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
February 8, 2019

If you haven’t been to Bangkok City in a while, I would recommend you try it again. When this charming little Thai place first opened in 2014, I vividly remember being so excited to go there with...

Restaurant review: Make Kaito your new go-to sushi place

Restaurant review: Make Kaito your new go-to sushi place

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
December 5, 2018

When most people think of great sushi near Pelham, they think of Haiku or Sakura, but one place many don’t consider is a hidden gem on Palmer Avenue in Bronxville: Kaito Sushi. A first glance at the...

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