A new monograph, with strong ties to the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, explores the contemporary Colombian artist Federico Uribe – whose haunting mixed-media paintings and sculptures draw on a difficult childhood, his complex relationship with Roman Catholicism and the violence in his homeland.
History lovers are invited to step back in time April 29 when “Mansions of the Gilded Age,” an all-day symposium, will be held at Lyndhurst in Tarrytown.
The New Castle Historical Society shares news about its upcoming antiques appraisal day and annual Castles of New Castle House Tour
The Maker Faire in Westport invites craftsmen, tinkerers and hobbyists to display their creations and challenge their curious minds in a number of hands-on exhibits.
Neiman Marcus Westchester celebrated its new active wear shop, NM Active, last Friday with a barre class co-sponsored by Courtyard Travel and Oceania Cruises.
The much-anticipated exhibition of historic footwear from the collection of iconic shoe designer Stuart Weitzman opens April 20 at the New-York Historical Society Museum & Library – and we’ve had a sneak peek.
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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.
Pisticci owner Michael Forte shares one of his recipes.
The equine tenderness WAG Wanderer Barbara Barton Sloane witnessed in Kentucky horse country will stay with her forever.
There is no better time to go to Nairobi, and WAG Wanderer Jeremy Wayne is the perfect guide.
That’s the Hyatt Regency’s Sir Hyatt.
The glamour of the 1930s meets contemporary amenities in this 12,078-square-foot Vineyard Lane property in Greenwich.
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…
Restauranteur Elizabeth Slavutsky was inspired to open her restaurant Blue Dog by her childhood pet, Oliver.
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.
Brazilian-based jewelry designer Silvia Furmanovich – whose work is available at Bergdorf Goodman stores – looks to nature and nurture for her exclusive creations.
The Katonah photographer and jewelry designer captures the magic of the moment by waiting hours for the right shot and patiently searching for the right pieces for her vintage collection.
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.
The senses and memory come into play in a new “Wine Tasting Journal” by WAG’s own resident Dionysus, Doug Paulding.
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…
Cookie is truly a smart cookie.
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.