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141 South Regent St
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Flowers and Gifts News
Mar 23, 2017
Spring comes early at annual garden show
Friends Daniel Contelmo, 26, of the Town of Poughkeepsie, and Jessica Westerman, 27, of Port Chester, Westchester County, tried a slew of items as they wandered the show Sunday — tangerine lime seltzer water, mole sauce and a cannoli dip, to name a few.But it was the promise of vibrant flowers and warmth that Contelmo said got the pair “out of the house.” Amid inconsistent weather patterns, where warm stretches have been short-lived, he said it was nice to stop and enjoy some spring-like temperatures.It was almost a little too drastic a change for Westerman.“I just took my coat off it’s so warm,” she said.Buy PhotoA crowd of people wait in line around the area of food samples. More than 600 people had attended Saturday alone. (Photo: Jack Howland/Poughkeepsie Journal)The warmth was also what caught the attention of Katlyn Janicik and her husband, Cliff Janicik, who were out shopping in the store with their 1-year-old son, Colin. They said they had felt a little heat escaping from the garden center.As the couple walked around the show, switching off holding the baby, they let him nibble on a variety of snacks, including plenty of slices of his current favorite food: Cheese.Other items were new, such as a coconut-infused tea, which he accidentally spilled onto his mother’s sweater.“It’s just nice to give him a chance to try different stuff,” Cliff Janicik said.At the end of the day, both mom and dad were happy they had spontaneously decided to check out the show.“We saw the long line,” Kaitlyn Janicik said, “and were like, ‘let’s check it out.’”Jack Howland: firstname.lastname@example.org, 845-437-4870, Twitter: @jhowl04Read or Share this story: http://pojonews.co/2ltECXs... (Poughkeepsie Journal)Sep 14, 2016
Remembrance, reflection 15 years after Sept. 11 attack
I get to give these people honor when they’re gone,” said Albano, of Port Chester, who was an eighth-grader on Sept. 11, 2001.
On Long Island, local residents come to remembrance ceremonies in droves, wearing T-shirts and carrying photos of loved ones. Nearly 200 people attended a reading of names at Nassau County’s annual ceremony at Eisenhower Park at sunset Thursday.
New Hyde Park resident Christina Evans, who lost her son, Robert, was there.
The last 15 years sometimes feel like a movie about someone else’s life, she said. Other times, the heartache is too much to bear.
“It depends on where you are at the moment,” Evans said. “When I see images of the towers coming down, I know he is dying.”
Robert Evans, who lived in Franklin Square, was a member of the FDNY’s Engine Company 33 in Manhattan. He was killed leaving the north tower. His mother has been in support groups for victims’ families and finds comfort being around those who understand her pain.
“I think about what he would be doing,” Evans said. “Would he be married? I miss him so much.”
Marilyn Weinberg of North Bellmore teared up as she considered the major events that her son, Steven Weinberg, has missed. Birthdays. His three children graduating high school, then college.
“It feels like it happened just yesterday,” she said. “My emotions have not changed. I miss him as much as I did 15 years ago.”
Weinberg, whose son was an accounting manager at Baseline Financial Services in the south tower, attends remembrance ceremonies every year and meets at a diner every other week with the mothers of others lost on Sept. 11.
“I was asked, ‘Why do you do ceremonies like this?’” Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano said at Thursday evening’s event. “I think, more or less, it becomes a place to reflect and to know that you have support from those that have experienced the same loss.”
For Gujral, coming together with her family can bring some peace to their memories of her sister. The hardest day she faces each year is not Sept. 11. It’s the day before — a reminder of the day when the world “was still OK.”
On Saturday, Gujral, her parents, her husband and their children gathered at the Gurdwara Guru Nanak Darbar, a Sikh temple in Hicksville, to mark the end of a three-day prayer ceremony in which all the verses in the holy book were recited nonstop by a team of readers. The recitations began Thursday, with Gujral’s parents in attendance.
“In our religion, it brings the soul peace,” she said. “And it gives us our peace of mind, too.”
Narula worked as a data processor at Cantor Fitzgerald. Mona, as she was known to friends and family, had been employed there for less than a year when the terrorist attack occurred.
“I have two girls. I see her in them every day,” said Gujral, who is pregnant with her fourth child. “My son, his hugs are exactly the same as Mona’s hugs. When he hugs you, he forms that connection with you.”
But among some family members, the grief still can provoke a range of responses.
For Patti Ann Valerio of West Hempstead, the sorrow compels her to speak and read names at as many events as she can in honor of her brother, Matthew James Grzymalski.
Grzymalski, 34, of New Hyde Park, and his girlfriend Kaleen Pezzuti, 28, of Fair Haven, New Jersey, were working together as bond brokers for Cantor Fitzgerald.
Sometimes Valerio’s husband, Joe, a retired FDNY firefighter, attends the events, including the Nassau County remembrance, to support his wife. But most days, Valerio would rather not remember Se... (Newsday)Feb 3, 2016
Frank Phelan, 61 of Trumbull
Mr. Phelan worked first as an Internal Auditor at the Pittston Company in Greenwich and then as the Corporate Controller for Rosco Laboratories in Port Chester. More from Trumbull Patch
In 1989, he began his career in the shipping industry and in 1997, after a management buyout, he became Partner and CFO of Hawaii Ship Management of Stamford, and continued in those positions until his retirement in 2009. He will be greatly missed by his family and his many friends for his warm and caring heart, his ever-ready humor and his generosity of spirit. He is survived by his wife Virginia of 25 years and his two sons, John and Samuel all of Trumbull, his brothers and sisters, Judith Berak (Aylett, VA), Nancy Manning (Wilmington, NC), John Phelan Jr. (Edmunton, Alberta, Canada) Robert Phelan (Manassas, VA) and Janice Phelan (Cleveland, OH). Relatives and friends may greet the family at the Abriola Parkview Funeral Home, 419 White Plains Road, Trumbull, CT on Monday, February 1, 2016 from 4-8 pm. A memorial service celebrating Frank’s life will take place on Tuesday at 11:00 am in the funeral home. Interment will be held privately at the convenience of the family. At Frank’s request, in lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Inner-City Scholarship Fund, 1011 First Avenue, #1400, New York, NY 10022. For online condolences please visit us at www.abriola.com.
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Things to Do in the Hudson Valley, Dec. 4 to 20, 2015
Dec. 5 at 9 p.m. Richie Byrne, Harris Bloom and Jordan Rock. Dec. 12 at 9 p.m. $10. Rockwells, 105 Wolfs Lane. 914-738-5881; rockwellsusa.net.
PORT CHESTER Bo Burnham. Dec. 11 at 7 and 10 p.m. $39.50. The Capitol Theater, 149 Westchester Avenue. 914-937-4126; thecapitoltheatre.com.
WEST NYACK Rob Bartlett and Tony Powell. Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. $35. Jeff Applebaum. Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. $15. Todd Barry. Dec. 10 at 7:30 p.m. $20. Sheryl Underwood. Dec. 11 and 12. $27. Capone. Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. $20. Levity Live, 4210 Palisades Center Drive. 845-353-5400; levitylive.com.
CROTON-ON-HUDSON “Grandma’s Boy” (1922) and “A Sailor-Made Man” (1921), starring Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis, with live accompaniment. Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. Free. Croton Free Library, 171 Cleveland Drive. 914-271-6612; crotonfreelibrary.org.
PLEASANTVILLE “Making Waves: New Romanian Cinema,” series. Through Dec. 8. $7.50 to $20. “National Theater Live: ‘Jane Eyre,’ ” screening of the stage production directed by Sally Cookson. Dec. 8 at 2 p.m. and Dec. 15 at 7:15 p.m. $25 and $35. Jacob Burns Film Center, 364 Manville Road. 914-747-5555; burnsfilmcenter.org.
ROSENDALE “The Kid” (1921), directed by and starring Charlie Chaplin, with live accompaniment. Dec. 6 at 3 p.m. “Black Mass,” directed by Scott Cooper. Through Dec. 10. “Bridge of Spies,” directed by Steven Spielberg. Dec. 11 through 14 and Dec. 16 and 17. $5 and $7. Rosendale Theater, 408 Main Street. 845-658-8989; rosendaletheatre.org.
BRONX Family Art Project: Peeking Into the Season. Dec. 5 and 6, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Family Art Project: Candles, Snowflakes and Stars. Dec. 12 and 13, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free with admission to the grounds. $2 to $8; members and children under 6, free. Admission is free until noon on Saturdays. Wave Hill, 675 West 252nd Street. 718-549-3200; wavehi... (New York Times)Dec 30, 2015
3 Restaurants We Love in Bronxville
The second Coals in Westchester has the same artisanal pizza, craft beer list and surprisingly impressive burger as the first location in Port Chester. Pizza crust is pounded thinly and cooked over a grill before a thin layer of fresh ingredients is added. Hand-tossed salads and fresh ingredients make you feel like you’re in someone’s Italian kitchen rather than a sit-down restaurant. It's a great place for big groups because the family-style sharing menu allows you to sample many dishes, though you'll usually catch the after-work crowd packing in on weekdays. Weekends are swamped with couples and families. Go: 131 Parkway Rd., Bronxville, 914-337-1901. www.coalspizza.com
Coals Pizza: 'Best burger in Westchester' winner
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Dumpling + Noodle
The miso ramen at Dumpling + Noodle in Bronxville. (Photo: Tania Savayan/The Journal News)
The emphasis at this small spot is on the dumplings and noodles, but there are a lot of other great options — everything from Thai and Malaysian curries to Chinese and Vietnamese soups — that pair well with the main attraction and make for a more interesting meal. In the narrow dining space you'll see a mix of families, Lawrence Hospital staff and Sarah Lawrence students grabbing a quick, affordable dinner. Miso-based and tonkotsu ramen are available, with a no-nonsense assortment of traditional toppings that includes a chewy round fish cake, wheat noodles, bean sprouts, dried salty nori and slow-cooked pork. One of our favorite ramen bowls in Westchester, with an atmosphere more suitable for a date night than most others. Go: 26 Palmer Ave., Bronxville, 914-779-0902. www.dumplingnoodle.com
The French breast of Chicken at Underhills Crossing in Bronxville. (Photo: TJN)
Fresh flowers elegantly adorn each table, and the modern American menu includes foie gras, pastas, steaks, chops and shellfish from the raw bar. The signature specials: filet mignon au poivre on Mondays, clambake on Tuesdays, osso bucco on Wednesdays, lobsters on Thursdays, and T-bone steaks on Sundays. As reliable as it is for dinner or a cocktail, Underhil... (The Journal News | LoHud.com)Dec 15, 2015
Holiday Safety Facts from Port Chester Florist and Greenhouse
By PORT CHESTER FLORIST (Open Post) Staying Safe During The HolidaysAccording to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), approximately one tenth of one percent (0.12%) of residential fires involve a Christmas Tree -- both real and artificial.At NO time can a Real Christmas Tree START or CAUSE a fire. Christmas Trees do not spontaneously combust.In 1998 more than 32 million Real Christmas Trees were used in the U.S. Of those, only 0.00093% were ignited in home fires.Christmas Trees are not as likely to be the first item ignited in residential fires as many other common household items:newspapers and magazines -- 13 times more likelyboxes or bags -- 10 times more likelycurtains or drapes -- 9 times more likelyOverloaded electric outlets and faulty wires are the most common causes of holiday fires in residences - these types of fires can be just as dangerous with an artificial tree.More from Port Chester Patch
The National Fire Protection Association tracks fires and their causes. A... (Patch.com)
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