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January 27, 2013
Who Knew? Upstairs at The Curtain Shop
Don’t let its name fool you. Yes, The Curtain Shop has a huge variety of window treatments, but the popular downtown store should probably be called The Bedding Bathroom Accessories Decorative Accents Housewares Gifts Shop.
We’re talking seat cushions. Wine bottle stoppers. Colorful potholders. Seasonal holiday decorations. Storage bins. Glassware. Cookie cutters, for crying out loud... More >
Game’s On! Monroe College Offers Fan-tastic Basketball
Did you know two nationally ranked college basketball teams play in downtown New Rochelle? Yep, it’s true. Families and sports fans looking for an affordable, convenient opportunity to see quality basketball players in action should check out the Monroe College Mustangs women’s and men’s teams.
The women’s team is the two-time defending Division II, National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) champion. The men’s team is one of only five since 2000 to make the Division I NJCAA national tournament three consecutive years... More >
Paintings and Pastries: Contemporary Art and Coffeehouse Enliven Huguenot Street
New York City meets New Rochelle in a reinvigorated half block of Huguenot Street, home to Reverol & Co. Contemporary Art Gallery and, a door away, R. Patisserie Cafe & Tea Boutique.
Reverol & Co. Contemporary Art Gallery drew a crowd with its opening exhibit two months ago, showcasing the stunning Billboards Hacker Project by Patrick Bancel, works that subliminally relay a climate change message. The gallery has quickly become a much-needed local bridge between exciting artists and collectors...More >