New Rochelle, NY -- The renowned chef Bill Rosenberg has been named Executive Chef of the Radisson Hotel New Rochelle. In his new position, Rosenberg will lend his culinary talents to create delicious cuisine for weddings, banquets and other catered events at the hotel as well as for the new in-house restaurant, currently under renovation, which will be re-branded and re-launched as NoMa Social in the spring. The new cuisine in the new restaurant will be Mediterranean style.
Previously, Rosenberg served as executive chef/owner for F.I.S.H. Restaurant in Port Chester where he earned extensive critical praise including the New York Times food critic M.H. Reed who wrote the “food is off the hook;” voted “Hot Chefs to Watch” by The Journal News; voted Westchester Magazine’s “Best of Westchester” multiple times; earned a Zagat rating as one of the top seafood houses in American among other accolades. He was also executive chef for other top restaurants including Two Moons in Port Chester.Read more
I believe that it is time for all of us throughout the City to come together and support our local busate corporations atRWinesses. They are a vanishing breed, but if we commit to affirmatively working to advance their cause, we might be able to do some positive work for the City, its small business community, and begin a long neglected process of working towards a common goal.Read more
TONIGHT January 14th 2012, Westchester County Center. Doors Open at 4pm and the First bout is at 5pm.Read more
New Rochelle, NY (January 2012) - Rhonda D. Hausman of New Rochelle has been named General Manager of the Radisson New Rochelle Hotel.
Ms. Hausman brings more than 15 years experience to the Radisson, having worked previously as a General Manager for some of the leading hotel chains in the country including Courtyard by Marriott and Fairfield Inn by Marriott.
She has worked at hotels throughout the U.S. including in San Francisco, California; Memphis and Clarksville, Tennessee; Jacksonville and Ocala, Florida; Columbia, Missouri; Paducah, Kentucky and Metropolis, Illinois.
A native of Metropolis, Ms. Hausman holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the Southern Illinois University College of Business and Administration. Prior to entering the hospitality business, she had worked in the banking industry for 15 years.
She is the mother of two daughters, Haley and Hilary, and enjoys going to the movies, spending time with her Jack Russell dog, Jessie Olivia, traveling and making new friends.Read more
The New Rochelle Industrial Development Agency approved a request from Capelli Enterprises to modify their agreement with regard to Trump Plaza of New Rochelle, clearing the way for a deal with Sound Shore Medical Center to lease 23,000 square feet in the largely vacant space on the first two floors of the building.
The lower two floors comprise 140,000 square feet of space. The New York Sports Club has leased 45,000 square feet. With final negotiations underway with Sound Shore Medical Center for 23,000 square feet and a second potential tenant considering 11,000 square feet, the day when Trump Plaza's lower two floors would be more than 50% occupied is now visible on the horizon.Read more
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If you mention Talk of the Sound before Christmas, Henry and Heather will offer you a nice discount on your entire purchase. Be sure to mention Talk of the Sound.
In the video, Henry demonstrates what he calls "The Greatest Christmas Tree Stand Ever!"
Watch the video and find out why…and be sure to listen for "Luigi".Read more
New Rochelle is about to become a mecca for beer aficionados throughout Westchester County with the Grand Opening today of The Beer Necessities at the Quaker Ridge Shopping Mall next door to the A&P.
Whether you are a beer drinker or not it is just a fun store and a nice place to be and the store offers some great food as well.
"I want people to come on in, have a visit and enjoy," said store owner, Michael Grossberg.
The store is offering 415 beers from across the United States -- like Purple Haze from Abita Springs, Louisiana to Otter Creek from Middlebury, Vermont to Dogfish Head from Milton, DE.
Grossberg can tell you a story about each and every one having personally tasted each of them.Read more
A Public Hearing is scheduled for December 6th at 7:30 pm at City Hall, please come out to support public safety and voice your concern.
Consider that New Rochelle Fire Company Ladder 12 is closed today. Since the release of the preliminary budget it has been out of service more than it has been in service. The preliminary budget calls for a reduction of 5 less (almost 20%) fire fighters working per shift since 2009 and to permanently close Ladder 12 for 2012. Ladder 12 is a crucial part of the Fire Departments ability to provide “time of the essence” life-saving service; its primary function includes search and rescue. A normal response to a call requires that 2 engines and 2 trucks respond. If the response happens to be in the North End of New Rochelle and another call comes in on Pelham Road, there will not be another ladder to respond. Even if the call turns out to be a false alarm, the travel time to respond to the other end of the city can be upwards of 21 minutes (as per map quest); the distance between the 2 ends of New Rochelle is more than 8 miles apart.Read more