Healing mind, body and spirit

“I’ve always been interested in different ways to manage health conditions and overall health,” says Tonya Cremin, M.D., who practices in Monroe. “I’ve come to realize that health doesn’t have to be about medicine and pills, and it doesn’t have to be about surgery. There are a wide variety of other ways to treat patients.”

The women of 9th street

While it’s only July, some things are worth waiting a few months for. One such example is the upcoming exhibition, “Sparkling Amazons: Abstract Expressionist Women of the 9th Street Show” at the Katonah Museum of Art.

Gilded Age gardener

Beatrice Farrand – the first woman landscape architect, who helped shaped the U.S. landscape at the 20th century’s dawn – is celebrated in a new documentary.

Mending broken hearts

Srihari S. Naidu, MD – director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories and of the Hypertrophic Cardiomyophathy Center of Excellence at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla – is world-renowned as an interventional cardiology expert in minimally invasive treatments of heart disease.

Bold and Brazilian

Brazilian designer Patricia Bonaldi is making quite a splash worldwide with her line of PatBO designer clothing, known for its detailed embroidery combined with bold textures, colors and materials. She’s also landed right here in WAG country, with a beautiful and eclectic array of eveningwear being sold at the Mary Jane Denzer in White Plains.

Fighting food allergies

When Chappaqua resident Stacey Saiontz discovered that son Jared has extensive food allergies, she drew on her law background to introduce legislation to make life safer for him and other kids.

The garden goes native

The garden goes native

If you’re looking to establish or expand your garden with regional plants that will attract the area’s birds and insects – so important to our natural environment – then the place to turn to is The Native Plant Center at Westchester Community College (WCC) in Valhalla.

Not just for the birds

With birds, wildlife and plants bursting onto the scene, Audubon Greenwich is springing to life this April and offering a variety of public programs and activities for people of all ages to enjoy.