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"Remote Control" with Directors Jeff Lieberman at Alamo Drafthouse January 31 ~Yonkers~

A sci-fi comedy from director Jeff Lieberman (BLUE SUNSHINE, SQUIRM), REMOTE CONTROL puts the heyday of video stores on stylish display, with a cast of eccentric characters including the amazingly coiffed Jennifer Tilly.

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Blue Door Art Center Women by Women Exhibit Call for Artists DEADLINE February 2 ~Yonkers~

Join the Blue Door Art Center in celebrating the year of the woman! From #GirlPower to the #MeToo Movement, women and women’s issues are at the forefront of society and popular culture.

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Yoga and Meditation Class at Philipse Manor Hall January 27 ~Yonkers~

Simple chair yoga and meditation practices canhelp us release stress, relax, feel healthier and calmer, sleep better, and ultimately can help shift our perspective, enabling us to feelmore in charge of our lives, and have a more compassionate, inclusive and empowered view of the world.

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Mystery Science Theater's Frank Conniff & Trace Beaulieu LIVE at Alamo Drafthouse January 27 ~Yonkers~

The Mads Are Back! Join Mystery Science Theater 3000’s Frank Conniff and Trace Beaulieu as they screen some of the worst movies ever made and “riff”, or comedically make fun of, them live in the same style as the Peabody Award-winning TV series.

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Yonkers Police Warn Of Scammers Dressed As Bank Employees

YONKERS, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – Yonkers Police are warning residents about scammers dressing up like Chase Bank employees.

As CBS2’s John Dias reported, police say the imposters posing as bank employees are luring in customers and ripping them off in the parking lot right outside the bank. 346 more words


"The Poughkeepsie Tapes" Horror Screening January 25 ~Yonkers~

Introduced by Killer Tapes and Shattered Screens author Caetlin Benson-Allott.

Throughout the 1990s, a serial killer terrorized upstate New York. After a decade-long crime spree conducted largely under the radar of law enforcement, the killer left behind the most disturbing collection of evidence homicide detectives had even seen – hundreds of homemade videotapes that chronicled the stalking, abduction, murder and disposal of his victims.

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