Attention dog lovers – the AKC Agility Premier Cup will be held April 25 at NYCB Live at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
Chippendale furniture gets its moment in the spotlight during the next meeting of the Greenwich Decorative Arts Society.
Passover. Easter. So much to do. So little time.
House of 29 Lifestyle Boutique by Sarah in Chappaqua continues to feature unique styles from P448, an Italian footwear company.
New Castle Historical Society has announced its lineup of spring programming, which includes its popular “Castles of New Castle” House Tour.
The images are almost too much to bear. The world’s beloved Notre Dame de Paris, iconic symbol of medieval beauty and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, scarred by a fire that destroyed its spire and two-thirds of its roof April 15.
Through April 13 Hudson Stage Company presents “Proof,” David Auburn’s award-winning play about authenticity, madness and love. Times vary, Whippoorwill Hall Theatre, North Castle…
WAG’s list of local happenings for the month of March.
WAG’s list of local happenings for the month of February.
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.
No need to leave furry or even feathered members of the family home when there are so many pet-friendly hotels.
In the fine city of Cambridge, Massachusetts, there’s oh so much to be passionate about.
Everyone knows that New York is home to some of the world’s most prestigious doctors, hair stylists and beauty providers. So I went to the Big Apple to take a bite out of some of the world’s best – in the nicest possible way.
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.
This house on Stiles Lane is a stunning brick Colonial on more than four gorgeous acres adjacent to the Greenwich Audubon Society’s preserved open space, setting the stage for a private retreat.
“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 Tony’s, a new Italian steakhouse inside The J House Hotel, no one leaves a stranger.
Sarah Rowen brings wearable, trendy style to the equestrian world with her traveling boutique, Fab Finds by Sarah.
To and From is a “mindful nail concept” salon in Darien that offers clients a relaxing service using only the highest-end, clean products.
The dragon and the dragonfly figure spectacularly in Michelle Ong’s jewelry designs – and in a forthcoming book on her Hong Kong-based jewelry house, Carnet.
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.
Next time you’re invited to dinner, forget the cakes, pies and cookies and bring an ice wine, a Sauternes or a Vin Santo instead.
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…
His is a tough-guy name, one that he shares with Julius Caesar’s chief assassin, whom Shakespeare has rival Marc Antony describe in “Julius Caesar” as “the noblest Roman of them all.” But this Brutus is one gentle pooch.