A hip injury may have short-circuited Andy Murray’s tennis career, but he’s still a winner.
Hudson Valley design powerhouse Stacy Garcia will be showcasing her work on QVC.
The Picture House Regional Film Center, a state-of-the art cultural hub with a vibrant history—and the oldest continuously running movie theater in Westchester County—proudly unveiled a new brand identity
WAG’s newest favorite products are put to the test.
Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan is set to unveil an exhibition devoted to the work of its new members.
Mark your calendars, then, for the Bruce Museum’s Winter Family Day of hands-on arts projects and performances designed to explore the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy and teachings.
WAG’s list of local happenings and events in the month of January.
THROUGH DEC. 8 Madelyn Jordon Fine Art presents “All Aflutter,” a solo exhibit of sculptural mixed-media paintings by artist Barbara Hirsch, who incorporates textural…
Through Jan 20 “Maya Lin: A River is a Drawing,” a site-specific interactive exhibition that explores the geology and topography of the Hudson River…
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.
Artsy, eclectic and a downright fun little ski town – that, my friends, is Park City.
Chef Scott Conant, the stylish star of “Chopped,”on the virtues of Skippy, popcorn and Jet Blue; why he hates onions; and why he doesn’t think of himself as a success.
WAG Wanderer Jeremy Wayne takes in – and on – that crossroads of the world, Istanbul.
The buyer of this exceptional estate on Old Round Hill Lane will find the perfect blend of the grand and the intimate.
Amarpali is a Franco-American country estate of the finest caliber, designed and executed by award-winning architect Dinyar Wadia in 2013.
The traditional meets the modern in this beautiful, 15-year-old Georgian estate on North Street in Greenwich’s pastoral backcountry.
Serial entrepreneurs Iggy and Ramzi Khoury offer a tasty mix of cuisines at their Bronx eatery.
WAG heads on a foodie journey during Hudson Valley Restaurant Week.
Two brothers, both chefs, have launched a new restaurant in New Rochelle.
Neiman Marcus is the gift that keeps giving. Not only is the luxe retailer out with its Christmas Book, complete with new fantasy items, but its The Heart of Neiman Marcus Foundation has pledged to support The Boys & Girls Club of America youth arts programs, which serve 4.3 million children through 4,300 clubs nationwide.
Ditch the mascara and sleep in. We tried a lash lift from Hott Lash in Armonk for longer looking, curled eyelashes with the hopes of cutting a few minutes off of our morning routine.
It’s time to dress up again, says Kobi Halperin, who was at Bloomingdale’s White Plains to show you how to do it.
WAG’s resident Bacchus is just back from northern Italy, where wines from Moscato Bianco and Barbera grapes are undergoing a makeover.
“Most winemakers come to the career of wine through a family history or connection or an inherent fantasy of the product or the lifestyle,” Wine & Dine columnist Doug Paulding writes. George Bursick took an entry-level job at a winery all the way to the top, becoming a successful consultant and, now, serving as executive winemaker of Maxville Winery.
Over the course of dinner, WAG’s resident Dionysus Doug Paulding samples a wine with ties to three continents – and two industry giants.
This Pet of the Month brought her pups to safety. Now it’s her turn to be adopted.
This happy 1-year-old pup is looking for an active forever home.
Hope is a 3-year-old Chihuahua, Dachshund and Jack Russell Terrier mix (or so the SPCA thinks), who’s looking for a forever home.