Here’s what’s happening Today in the 914, according to Westchester Woman: Westchester’s Female Chefs Turn Up the Heat For YWCA; Say Goodbye to the White Plains Mall; Headlines: Election Coverages is Bias.
1.) Westchester County’s most talented female chefs will be cooking for a cause at the third annual YWCA White & Central Westchester’s Movers & Shakers event.
The YWCA will honor those who exemplify their mission to eliminate racism and empower women. Enjoy a food tasting, drinks, an auction and more. The YWCA is currently seeking female chefs/restaurants, event sponsors and auction donations for their event.
Here’s how you can sign up:
Click here more information and stay tuned to Westchester Woman for more on this event.
2.) Trips to the DMV. Stopping at McDonald’s. Having the MOST delicious lunch at Kam Sen. Getting a hair extensions at the beauty store. All our favorite pastimes at the White Plains Mall may soon come to an end.
News reports says that there are tentative plans to replace our beloved “old school” mall with… wait for it…. MORE FANCY HIGH RISE APARTMENTS! Because White Plains doesn’t have enough of those already. The new facility will also have stores, a parking garage and a park.
Read more about it in lohud:
WHITE PLAINS – The first mall built in the city will be torn down and replaced with a 20-plus story residential tower, townhouse-style apartments, stores and a parking garage topped by publicly accessible green space if developers follow through on preliminary concepts discussed at a recent Common Council meeting.
3.) Today’s headlines:
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. — Shame on us.At least, those are your thoughts about the press coverage of the 2016 election. When asked If the media is playing fair to both candidates, Daily Voice readers gave a resounding and wholehearted &…
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