A drag queen and a sock puppet were among the performers during the online gala fundraiser the Clocktower Players held on the evening of Saturday, Oct. 3. The hour-long event looked back at the theater company’s 43-year history and ahead to its fall season, which will unfold online.
To her surprise, dozens of Linda Jo Platt’s neighbors gathered outside her home in Dobbs Ferry on the evening of Sunday, May 3 — almost three weeks after her 73-year-old husband, Bruce Platt, passed away at the Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla as a result of Covid-19.
On the afternoon of Monday, March 30, the Rivertowns Enterprise had an appointment to meet the captain of the Ardsley-Secor Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Greg Khitrov, and to photograph the corps’ supply of personal protective equipment for the story that starts on this week’s front page.
Bee-Spoke needed one word, not nine lives, to win the eleventh Irvington Community Spelling Bee on Friday, Feb. 28, at the Irvington Theater. In the championship round, the team of Tim Levin, Steph Chou, and Ken Rubin was the only trio to correctly spell “ailurophile,” a Greek word for a cat lover.