1) "So even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow I still have a dream," so famously said Martin Luther King, Jr. Unbelievably, today marks the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington, marking a pivotal point during the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s. There are several ways you can mark the day today and Thursday nearby in Ossining with words, music and a film screening. Click here for information on several special events.
2) Aspiring poets: the Warner Library invites you to register now for a six-week "writing from your life" poetry workshop in October and November with poet Pamela Manche Pearce. More info here.
3) Wednesday's weather brings partly-cloudy skies and a 20-percent chance of rain, with temperatures hovering in the mid-eighties.
4) "Quick-Thinking Briarcliff Homeowners Dowse Fire" was yesterday's most-read story.
5) From Patch's blogs: Colleen Walsh Fong lets us know there's more to cooking than, well, cooking. Read "Organize Your Way to Quick Cooking" here.