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The Hummingbird Restaurant Opens in Irvington Near Pennsy Trail

Neighbor Spotlight: Mike Finnigan Interview by Heidi Unger Neighbors are eager to check out the new café that quietly opened a few weeks ago near the Pennsy Trail. The Hummingbird Café, which is on Audubon Road near Bonna Avenue, offers sandwiches, a salad bar, soup, and more. This month, we’re shining the spotlight on Mike […]

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IDO Annual Meeting and Fundraiser, Coal Factory, Sept 26

      Looking for something unique to do in the fall? Come to the Irvington Development Organization’s annual meeting and fundraiser! Get a sneak peak of the new Coal Factory development, behind the scenes tours of Black Acre’s brewing operations, sample some of their best libations, enjoy live music, and support the Irvington Development […]

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Stan: The Man with a Plan (for the Irvington Folk Festival)

Neighborhood Spotlight: Stan Denski Our July Neighborhood Spotlight lands on Stan Denski, the man behind the Irvington Folk Festival and all-around contributor to Irvington’s eclectic vibe. In this article, Nancy Larner Ruschman interviews Stan about the Irvington Folk Festival and his life as a long- Stan Denski photo by Nancy Larner Ruschman; additional photos by […]

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UPDATE on Former Irvington Post Office Site

Irvington Post Office Update A lot has been happening with our lot at the corner of Ritter and Washington though it may not look it. Just to recap, the Irvington Development Organization and the Irvington Historical Society partnered together to buy the former Irvington Post Office in late 2012. We were in the process of […]

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IDO June Newsletter

Welcome to our June Newsletter! This month we’re highlighting one of our youth volunteers, Adam Warner. You’ll find more stories of interest in the full version of the June newsletter. Happy reading! Youth Voice in Irvington: New Volunteer, Adam Warner Many of you who read our newsletters and blog may have noticed that we’re highlighting […]

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Chef Dan’s Southern Comfort – Irvington’s Newest Restaurant!

      Chef Dan’s Southern Comfort Plants Feet on East Washington Street By Jason Hathaway For years, Daniel “Chef Dan” Carter may have told you that opening his own restaurant was simply something he did not want to do. More than 30 years in food service, though rewarding, had shown him the commitments and […]

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Community Input Session – Jan 21, 2014

  We want to hear your voice… Many of you recall the evening of November 17th when the former Historic Irvington Post Office crumbled to the ground during a severe storm carrying near-tornadic winds. The bricks and debris have now been cleared and it’s time to talk next steps. We’re asking you to join the Irvington […]

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