Welcome to Your Weekend+
Westchester's wildlife, part 2; amazing local beers; coping with adulthood; LGBTQ+ resources in the Hudson Valley; what to do this weekend (and beyond); and more
Good morning! Today is Saturday, October 30, 2021. You’re reading The Examiner+ Weekend Edition — the complete digital issue for this week.
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🎵 PRELUDE: Yo-Yo Ma
Sip your tea or nurse your coffee to this masterful performance of Haydn’s beloved concerto by acclaimed cellist and national treasure, Yo-Yo Ma.
📰 ICYMI: This Week’s Features
SPECIAL REPORT: Wildlife in Westchester - Man vs. Beast? (Part 2)
As wild animals in Westchester become more abundant — and increasingly bold — we humans have a choice: adapt or bite back. We don’t recommend the latter.
Did you miss part one last week? Not to worry. Read part one first:
Cheers! It's American Beer Day.
These exclusive crafts at local breweries are sure to wet your whistle for the occasion.
Finding Community Through Big Gay Hudson Valley
Regional website helps connect LGBTQ+ residents socially, culturally, and politically.
Events+Culture Calendar: What to do this weekend (and beyond)
A literary festival; a Halloween walk over the Hudson; peace, love, and pumpkins; ghost tours; a Bossa Nova Brunch; a hawk watch; and more
When it's time to trade Happy Hour for Home Depot.
Final Jeopardy! Indeed
One of America’s last unifying cultural treasures, Alex Trebek’s legacy is in danger of becoming yet another politicized, polarizing piece of Americana.
📡 THE FEED: Curated News in Brief
Operator Signs Lease to Re-open Mt. Kisco Movie Theatre: The Mt. Kisco Movie Theatre will be reopening after one of the property owners announced Thursday evening that there is a new tenant to take over the space. (Examiner)
Missing Westchester Kayaker Reportedly Found Dead In Water: A kayaker from Westchester who went missing on the Long Island Sound was reportedly found dead in the water and brought back to the area by police. (Daily Voice)
Greenburgh Police Chief Leaving to Lead Larchmont Force: Greenburgh Police Chief Chris McNerney has informed the Town Board he will be stepping down to become chief of the Larchmont Police Department. (Examiner)
Westchester Man Pleads Guilty to Chilling Sexual Assault at Knifepoint: A Mount Vernon man pleaded guilty to stabbing a woman in the face with a knife during a terrifying sexual assault, officials announced Friday. (NY Post)
Survivor of Two Pandemics, Local Woman Celebrates 103rd Birthday: Angelina Friedman just turned 103 and because she is a big New York Jets fan, the centenarian was honored with a special visit by former Jets stars Freeman McNeil and Wesley Walker. (Examiner)
Pocantico Lake Scoping Session Focuses on Key Environmental Issues: Close to 20 speakers urged the Mount Pleasant Planning Board last week to study a wide range of environmental concerns in its review of a 31-lot cluster subdivision proposed for the Pocantico Lake shoreline. (Examiner)
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