Off they go into the wild blue yonder: Members of the GEICO Skytypers Air Show Team will dazzle with a precision-flying demonstration as well as “typing” giant messages in the sky at the New York International Air Show this weekend at New York Stewart International Airport.
“Jewels & Jewelry,” a recent release from Thames & Hudson, makes an attractive addition to any jewelry lover’s library.
Victoria Dean, presents “The Love of Art” exhibit at the Larchmont Public Library’s Oresman Gallery.
Time for two of WAG country’s favorite sporting events – the US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens and the East Coast Open at Greenwich Polo Club.
The first major North American exhibition of works by French artist JR will open Oct. 4 at the Brooklyn Museum.
Time for the 45th annual Westchester Jewish Music & Arts Festival.
WAG’s list of local happenings for the month of June.
WAG’s list of local happenings for the month of May.
WAG’s list of local happenings for the month of April.
Yonkers brewing has brought on new head brewer Ray Girard.
This Mount Kisco newcomer, the brainchild of the duo behind Tarrytown’s Sunset Cove, boasts fresh flavors and homemade noodles.
WAG enjoyed a taste of the Beach House Cafe, an Asian-inspired seafood eatery in Old Greenwich.
It may not be Monaco, Mykonos or Mallorca. But Madeira has quiet charms of its own.
Lisbon had WAG Wanderer Jeremy from “hello” (or was it the natty Borsalino at the hat shop)?
WAG Wanderer Barbara Barton Sloane charts the “road” to happiness on four of the Seven Seas.
This ultra chic Colonial on North Maple Avenue presides over 1.33 beautifully landscaped acres with a pool, spa and multiple terraces, conveniently situated near downtown Greenwich.
Stylish entertaining is easy-breezy in this magnificent stone and clapboard manse in Riverside that lets the inside out and the outside in.
A modern take on a traditional home in Greenwich’s classic Deer Park.
Enjoy the vegetable-focused menu at this Chappaqua eatery.
“We want to make this different from your regular Mexican restaurant experience,” says Chef Hugo Orozco.
At this cozy Yonkers eatery, chef and owner Josyane Colwell serves up delicious dishes in an elegant, approachable atmosphere.
Tockr’s line of aviation-inspired watches for men pays tribute to history, particularly the role of the C-47 paratrooper transport plane on D-Day.
Classic meets bold with J. McLaughlin’s designs, which are beautifully photographed at some of Sarasota, Florida’s most iconic mid-century homes in the J. McLaughlin Spring 2019 catalog.
At Tiffany & Co., everything old is new again as the luxe silver and jewelry emporium’s signature tag shape-shifts in an urban garden for its new Return to Tiffany Love Bugs Collection.
Vermouth was once a vanishing spirit. Our resident Bacchus reconnects with it in Valencia and at a New York trade show.
Our resident Dionysus Doug Paulding headed to Valencia, Spain for the little-known Utiel-Requena wine region’s luscious offerings, made mainly with the Bobal grape.
Wine & Dine columnist Doug Paulding meets with vintners from Livermore Valley wine country, just east of San Francisco, which could be called one of the birthplaces of the California and, by extension, American wine world.
Posey, a gentle and sweet Cattle Dog mix, was very pregnant when she was abandoned at a high-kill shelter from which she was rescued.
If you like pooches with plenty of pep, then you’ll love Biscuit, a 1-year-old Pomeranian-Corgi mix who’s a regular jumping bean.
One, two, three, aw – puppies.