Westchester County has been the home of some iconic TV characters. New Rochelle was the home of TV comedy writer Rob Petrie and his family Laura and Ritchie from one of the greatest sitcoms in TV history The Dick Van Dyke show. Ossining was the home of everyone's favorite advertising genius Don Draper and his family (till they divorced), but tonight some of Westchester's oldest residents came home. As a kid growing up with family in both Dobbs Ferry(which was mentioned in the opening moments of the show) and Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow, I have had the luxury to grow up in an area so rich in heritage since before the formation of the US. Henry Hudson sailing through on the Half Moon or the capture of Major Andre just to name a few. But what really captured the heart of this region was Washington Irving and some of his most famous tales. Most recognizable The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Every Fall Westchester becomes a hotbed of rich Colonial heritage. But the charge can only be lead by one entity, The Headless Horseman. And now as fall is a mere days away and the premiere of Sleepy Hollow this year will be one we will never forget. For those who have seen it the show has taken and old tale and shot it full of adrenaline with new twists and turns that pays tribute to the traditional tale but gives it a 21st century makeover for a new audience. I for one am glad our home will be once again in the forefront of the minds of TV viewers again. And it will undoubtedly lead to a renewed interest in our home across the country. Let us grasp our revived sense of cultural identity and run with it as the show and fall season continue not just for us but for everyone who spends their money to visit here so we can give them a memory that will never fade just like The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Let us show that the Horseman Rides Again.