“Jewelry: The Body Transformed” opens Nov. 12 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art – and WAG got a sneak peek.
The Westport outpost of Terrain, the naturally beautiful home and garden utopia under the venerable URBN brand, held an in-store book launch on Nov. 1.
Remember Kristallnacht, an event that foreshadowed the Holocaust, with three upcoming lectures.
Thames & Hudson publishes a breathtakingly complete – and stylish – ode to Vienna at the turn of the 20th century.
WAG tours the new exhibition devoted to the influential artist Martha Rosler, now open at the Jewish Museum.
The Greenwich-based Breast Cancer Alliance’s annual Luncheon and Fashion show was another hit.
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…
WAG’s list of local happenings and events in the month of October.
WAG’s listing of local happenings and events in the month of September.
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.
An awe-inspiring new book by teNeues Publishing on the Apollo space program – timed to anticipate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing next summer – also offers a reminder of the classical, familial origins of the program’s name.
WAG Wanderer Debbi Kickham and sis Christine light out for Poland and Paris with their 100-years-young mother, Joanna Karpowicz.
WAG Wonderful Dining columnist Aleesia Forni sets out with her family to find her ancestral roots in the land of the Alps, luxe timepieces and skincare and Roger Federer.
The traditional meets the modern in this beautiful, 15-year-old Georgian estate on North Street in Greenwich’s pastoral backcountry.
Few places are more casually imposing than Greenwich’s verdant, rolling backcountry and this exceptional brick Georgian manor house on North Street proves why.
Double H Farm offers Olympic-caliber equestrian amenities plus so much more on nearly 90 acres in Ridgefield.
Two brothers, both chefs, have launched a new restaurant in New Rochelle.
This Nuevo Latino restaurant in Mamaroneck brings together Mediterranean and Mexican cuisine to create food that pleases all the senses.
The Ritz-Carlton New York, Westchester ups its game with versatile, sumptuous dining in The Lobby Lounge.
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.
Two years ago, Didier Guillon, president and artistic director of Valmont Group, launched the Dragon Trilogy in tribute to wife Sophie, Valmont Group’s fiery CEO, who was born in the year of the dragon.
Over the course of dinner, WAG’s resident Dionysus Doug Paulding samples a wine with ties to three continents – and two industry giants.
If a body meet a body coming through the rye, it might be the makers of WhistlePig Farmstock Rye Whiskey at WhistlePig Farm in Shoreham, Vermont.
WAG’s resident Bacchus, Doug Paulding travels to the center of the wine universe, Catalan-tinged Roussillon in the South of France.
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.
Shy but sweet, loyal and handsome. That’s 8-year-old Pomeranian Donovan.
This Pet of the Month remains an upbeat girl, despite life’s hard knocks.