Time to remember those who fought for our freedom and died preserving it.
A number of products recently sent to WAG for review seem ideal for warm-weather entertaining.
“Harry Gruyaert: Edges,” a new photography book from Thames & Hudson, explores “the visual power of shorelines and distant horizons.”
The good news keeps coming for Samantha Levine, founder and creative director of Mount Kisco-based Auburn Jewelry. She is soon to be recognized as one of the Forty Under 40 Rising Stars 2019 by the Business Council of Westchester.
Horse takes off without rider. There’s a metaphor in there somewhere.
It was a perfect late spring day as Leslie Howard rode Quadam to victory in the $133,700 Empire State Grand Prix at the Spring Horse Shows at Old Salem Farm in North Salem.
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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.
Do you know what makes a great trip? When you never want to leave your hotel, because it offers you so much of everything. That is how my sister, my 101-year old mother and I felt about our recent stay in Manhattan at the JW Marriott Essex House New York on Central Park South.
Jeremy Wayne wanders down an English country lane to some of the country’s most magnificent homes and gardens.
The Hawaiian words Aloha Aina, Aloha Kai translate to “Love of the Land, Love of the Sea,” and nowhere do they sound as true and authentic as on the island of Kauai, the Garden Island.
A modern take on a traditional home in Greenwich’s classic Deer Park.
Old Greenwich wears its wealth lightly, offering visitors relaxing restaurants and enticing boutiques a stone’s throw from the serpentine, maritime beauty of Tod’s Point. So who wouldn’t want to live there, particularly in this 14-room home, which is finished on four levels?
Everything old is new again in this intimate, completely renovated Indian Chase property, which hasn’t been on the market in a half-century.
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.
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.
When it comes to fragrance and skincare, botanical elements continue to be a hot trend. And they are certainly key factors in the luxe products we recently sampled from Beauty Made in Italy, a program sponsored by the Italian government and Cosmetica Italia to promote these products in the American market.
Korean beauty-inspired brand Glow Recipe has made a name for itself in the beauty world. Now, it’s making a splash with one of its latest releases, the Watermelon Glow Ultra-Fine Mist.
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.
Our resident Bacchus revisits the Loire region, rich in history and winemaking.
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.
Don’t let those cool blue eyes fool you. Aspen, a gorgeous, young Aussie/Hound mix, has a sweet temperament that lets her blend right in…