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Jeanne Muchnick

Features Editor jmuchnick@dailyvoice.com

Jeanne Muchnick, Daily Voice Features Editor, has covered everything from baby advice for Parents Magazine to travel finds for The Rough Guides to human interest features for The New York Times to lifestyle insights for prevention.com. She has been a Senior Editor at top national women's magazines including Woman's World and Woman's Day and was instrumental in the launch of Gannett's InTown, Rockland and Putnam magazines. She is also the author of Dinner for Busy Moms. Among her favorite things to write about: Her neighbors and surrounding communities. So email her and fill her in on what's happening near you.

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  1. Kent Decor Opens In Bedford

    Kent Decor Opens In Bedford

    BEDFORD, N.Y.-- Kent Decor, in Chappaqua for nine years, has relocated to Bedford. The store, the creation of former fashion executive and lounge owner Michael Kalesti, is still filled with a combination of new and vintage contemporary home furnishings along with a highly selective assortment of decor -- just in a new space.The collection includes furniture, lighting, mirrors, ...

  2. New York Developer Buys Larchmont Playhouse

    New York Developer Buys Larchmont Playhouse

    Good news for theater goers in Westchester.The Larchmont Playhouse, which closed in September after an 86-year run has been bought by Charles Cohen of New York-based Cohen Media Group and Cohen Brothers Realty Corp.After much debate about its future -- and a grassroots effort by area residents to save it -- Cohen will keep it as a movie theater, focusing on foreign, independent and ...

  3. Westchester Author Unravels Tale Of Little Known Holocaust Story

    Westchester Author Unravels Tale Of Little Known Holocaust Story

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y.-- Yvette Manessis Corporon is a three-time Emmy Award–winning writer, author, and producer at NBC's EXTRA who tells other people's stories for a living. But when it came time to tell her own, it took a while.The Yonkers resident, who lives on the Bronxville border, grew up listening to her grandmother’s stories about how the people of Erikousa, a small Greek ...

  4. Tarrytown Named A Top 5 National Foodie Destination In New Ranking

    Tarrytown Named A Top 5 National Foodie Destination In New Ranking

    This Westchester location is a top foodie town from sea to shining sea.At least according to RewardExpert's ranking of the 2017 "Best American Foodie Towns," which accorded the honor to Tarrytown.The site -- all about helping users navigate the world of frequent flyer programs and credit card rewards -- analyzed 100 cities and towns with populations less than 100,000 and ...

  5. Come Thirsty: Westchester Beer Festival Promises Lots Of Craft Brews

    Come Thirsty: Westchester Beer Festival Promises Lots Of Craft Brews

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- The fourth annual Harbor Island International Beer Festival gets bigger and better as it grows. The event -- set for Saturday, Sept. 23 in Mamaroneck -- will feature more breweries, more food trucks, and a host of musical acts. New this year: a partnership with the SPCA (meaning puppies on site) as well as well as representation from  Miles of Hope Breast Cancer ...

  6. Westchester Singer Once Embarrassed By Disease Aims To Connect Women

    Westchester Singer Once Embarrassed By Disease Aims To Connect Women

    SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y. --  It's not every day an 11-year-old is diagnosed with ovarian cancer. But even more incredible when that woman  -- now 22 -- gets breast cancer.But instead of wallowing in her illness, Bianca Muñiz is singing about it -- and raising awareness about the travails of cancer. The Sleepy Hollow resident, who took voice lessons at Lagond Music School in Elmsford (and has ...

  7. 3 Eat Right Rules That Work: Scarsdale Nutritionist Shares Healthy Tips

    3 Eat Right Rules That Work: Scarsdale Nutritionist Shares Healthy Tips

    Back to school season means getting back into a new dining/cooking routine.Nutritionist Toby Amidor, MS, RD has answers.Her new book, "The Healthy Meal Prep Cookbook," which came out Aug. 22, said being too busy shouldn't mean that you can't have balanced and delicious meals.As a working mom and nutritionist, the Scarsdale resident knows how difficult it can be to carve out ...

  8. Defending Dreamers: Supporters Rally In Westchester For DACA

    Defending Dreamers: Supporters Rally In Westchester For DACA

    PEEKSKILL, N.Y. -- More than 30 people showed up outside Sen. Chuck. Schumer's Peekskill office on Tuesday, Sept. 5 to show their support for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, otherwise known as DACA.The last-minute effort to rally people together was organized by CD17Indivisible, a grassroots political advocacy group and in particular by Christine Button of Cortlandt. Button ...

  9. Want To Make Your Own Wine? Westchester Wine Master Shows You How

    Want To Make Your Own Wine? Westchester Wine Master Shows You How

    Some traditions never die.It's a motto Carmine Corelli likes to live by. His parents and grandparents made their own wine in Italy, where they grew up and as a youngster, Corelli learned the craft."I was crushing grapes since I was six-years-old," said the Yonkers resident.Now, as the founder and owner of Westchester Homemade Wine Center, he's teaching others how to as ...

  10. Stew Leonard's Ups Its Game To Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

    Stew Leonard's Ups Its Game To Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

    In an effort to support Hurricane Harvey relief and the city of Houston, Stew Leonard’s has put collection bins in each of its stores to collect non-perishable items.The company is also working with the American Red Cross to send these items to Houston in the coming weeks. It’s the Leonard family’s goal to collect an entire trailer load of goods to aid the relief efforts! The Leonard ...

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