Was Jan Peek a myth? Was a Native American named Black Kettle the original settler of the land we now call Peekskill? Stay tuned…
Peekskill Brewery, a beloved staple in the heart of Peekskill bid its final farewell to friends and the community on November 22, 2023, marking the end of an illustrious 15-year journey that began on Saturday September 6, 2008. From its inception, Peekskill Brewery was more than just a place to enjoy a pint; it was […]
During the Cold War, the tension between the U.S. and the Soviet Union was palpable. Espionage was at its peak, and both nations were deeply involved in covert operations to outwit each other. One such operation was the Hollow Nickel Case, which highlighted the role of Peekskill, New York, and introduced the world to the […]
It is with a heavy heart that our first blog post about Peekskill’s Paul Rueben’s has to be today. He passed away on Sunday July 30th, 2023. Paul Reubens, best known for his beloved character Pee-wee Herman leaves behind a legacy of laughter and joy. Born on August 27, 1952, in Peekskill, New York, Reubens […]
Earlier this week, the 30th anniversary of the Peekskill Meteorite came to pass. It was mostly uneventful save for a few postings on the local Facebook groups one of which you can find here: Historic Peekskill NY in Pictures. The post is as followed along with a photo taken by former Peekskill Mayor(R), John G […]
On July 26th, 2023, a hearing was held in Washington D.C. on the topic of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. Before the hearing, a 177 page briefing memo was given to the representatives present. This briefing memo consists of a chronological telling of publicly available information pertaining to an apparent cover-up of UAPs and aliens/NHI (Non-Human Intelligence) […]
Discover Peekskill! Walk the yellow brick road with Pee-wee Herman and his friend, Mel Gibson. If you’re thinking about visiting Peekskill, bring your own friends.