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The official newspaper of the towns of Bedford, Pound Ridge and Lewisboro, New York

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On Opening Day for players and coaches of the Lewisboro Baseball Association, Assemblyman David Buchwald throws the ceremonial first pitch. 

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Larry Kudlow

As spring rituals go, Washington, D.C., is probably best known for its cherry blossoms and Easter egg roll on the White House lawn. For those in the news business, however, there is a different high point of the season, a black-tie affair that brings together the capital’s biggest mover and shakers, headliners from the world of politics and entertainment, and media stars.

The annual dinner of the White House Correspondents Association will be held tomorrow night, as tradition dictates, on the last Saturday of April in the ballroom of the Washington Hilton. Hosted by comedian Michelle Wolf, the event, founded in 1921, will be broadcast live on CNN.

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Curtain rises on final phase of Caramoor’s capital campaign

By EDWARD BAUM
GABE PALACIO PHOTOS

The Piano House is one of Caramoor’s sound art installations on its 90-acre grounds.

 

A new act is beginning next week for Caramoor, the world-class performing arts center located on a stunning 90-acre estate in Katonah.

After four and a half years of fundraising internally from board members and other lead donors, the nonprofit institution is embarking on the final phase of an ambitious, multi-year capital campaign. The goal: to raise $8 million from members of the public over the next two years to finance a series of projects aimed at improving Caramoor’s outdoor visitor experience.

The “Inspire” campaign, as Caramoor is calling it, aims to bring the complex’s grounds and gardens to the same high level as its acclaimed musical programming. If all goes as planned, the anticipated work will be completed in time for Caramoor’s 75th anniversary in 2020.  Read more >

 

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