David Turner, a soft-spoken and very kind-faced 51-year-old Westchester real estate broker, stood in his black fleece Columbia vest and Merrell shoes in something called the Love Temple, a pavilion in the perfectly manicured southwest section of a 64.6-acre estate.
Rain fell. Wild turkeys shuffled by. An owl hooted. It was like a Victorian Read More
Local politics in the quiet Westchester village of Briarcliff Manor have never been confused with the Upper West Side’s spleen-venting, lefter-than-thou, activist-driven campaigns. Enter Donald Trump–and suddenly the town’s sleepy mayoral election took on the look of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.
Election Day on March 16 started quietly enough. Mayor Keith Austin Read More