Stephen Hawking taught us all the power of a beautiful mind.
Design fans will be pleased to know that details of the 46th annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House in Manhattan have been announced.
Presented by The Valley Table, Restaurant Week runs through March 25.
WAG editor Georgette Gouveia is up for a Lammy (Lambda Literary Award) for her new novel, “The Penalty for Holding.”
We remember our beloved colleague, Jane K. Dove, who died suddenly March 8.
“Pockets to Purses: Fashion + Function” has now opened at The Museum at FIT.
WAG’s listing of local happenings and events in the month of March.
WAG’s listing of local happenings and events in the month of February.
WAG’s listing of local happenings and events in the month of January.
WAG enjoyed a taste of the Beach House Cafe, an Asian-inspired seafood eatery in Old Greenwich.
Pisticci owner Michael Forte shares one of his recipes.
The Italian restaurant in Eastchester warmed our taste buds with wood-fired pizza and fresh Burrata cheese.
Finland’s quiet dignity compels you to look at it all.
Wanderer Jeremy Wayne looks for hotels that are at least as comfortable as his own home.
WAG Wanderer Debbi Kickham finds the South Carolina city a history lover’s delight.
This month, we’re also showcasing a classic mid-country estate on Clapboard Ridge Road in Greenwich.
Photographs courtesy Sotheby’s International Realty. In our second featured property, created by noted architect Sam Mitchell and built by Nordic Custom Builders, this 2009…
This angular, Zen-like home on Greenwich’s Thunder Mountain Road – with its striking use of green brick, Asian influences and floor-to-ceiling windows – is Modern with a capital “M.”
Recently-installed Chef François Kwaku-Dongo is bringing the comforts of home to the iconic inn and restaurant.
This new Yorktown Heights restaurant is a celebration of the love of family – and good food.
Pisticci’s owners ask, “Is it possible for a small business to be an environmental steward and be successful?”
WAG’s fashion writer Danielle Renda is ready for her close-up after being treated to Valmont’s newest products, a ‘do by Ric Pipino and makeup by Mina Matsumura.
Stephanie Doucette, the owner of the Cold Spring store – and Doucette Duval and Petite Doucette – is continuously inspired by reused and repurposed fabrics and clothes.
Bloomingdale’s Westchester shares its upcoming trends.
If you’ve been to a wine festival, you need to grab a couple of friends and go again, says WAG’s resident Bacchus, Doug Paulding. If you haven’t been, make 2018 your year to explore one.
Château Lafite Rothschild is surely one of a few family wine names that conjures images of excellence in anyone’s mind. The earliest references to…
A good wine glass can elevate the enjoyment of any vintage.
Belle is as her name implies – a 5-year-old sweetheart with a ton of love to give a new parent or family.
She’s not only the SPCA’s longest resident but one of its smartest.
Crosby would love a forever family that includes someone who is home more often then not as he gets sad when he is by himself all day.