Barnes & Noble Eastchester’s commitment to local authors continues.
The Jim Clark Trio will perform Oct. 1 to celebrate the 25th anniversary year of the Silvermine Arts Center’s Art Partners program.
A well-rounded tribute to the late photographer Editta Sherman continues at the New-York Historical Society Museum & Library.
Whether it’s dance, music, theater or painting, one thing is certain: Westchesterites love the arts, as ArtsWestchester revealed during its Art$W Challenge breakfast at Morton’s Steakhouse in White Plains recently.
It was love all as WAG got a sneak peak at the tennis comedy-drama “Battle of the Sexes” as part of The Picture House’s “Picnic in the Park” fundraiser in Pelham.
Barnes & Noble Eastchester has spent September promoting local writers.
The Village Beer Garden has opened its doors next to the Metro-North train station in Port Chester.
Customers can take a break from browsing the shelves at Barnes and Noble to grab dinner and a glass of wine.
It’s a family affair at Siegel Bros. in Mount Kisco, one that draws on a legacy that’s more than a century old. Brothers Doug,…
Jeremy Wayne drops in on a serenely seductive Mexican island.
Where to stay (the Corinthia) and where to go for everything from vintage to sardines.
WAG Wanderer Barbara Barton Sloane finds romance in the most wide-ranging sense of the word in this Central American delight.
new custom-built Colonial by the Fieber Group creates a seamless blend of traditional design and luxurious modern living.
The latest home from the real estate firm has everything the suburban athlete could want.
A house that conjures both lazy summer days and, perhaps, a country barn wedding?
The restaurant within The Castle Hotel & Spa in Tarrytown, offers guests a dream-like dining experience.
Restaurant North delivers a delicious, upscale dinner in a warm and welcoming package.
The new City Perch restaurant and iPic Theater in Dobbs Ferry offer visitors more than just a movie.
The athletic siblings say “goodbye” to the “pants dance” with the fall launch of a denim company that creates form-fitting, flattering jeans for athletic females.
The jeweler uses his celebrity collections to fund charitable projects around the world.
A great book for men who aspire to style – and the women who love them for it.
Forget the cocktail sauce. Whether the briny East Coast variety or its light, sweet West Coast cousin, today’s commercially farmed oyster needs nothing more than a good white wine, says Doug Paulding, WAG’s resident Dionysus.
WAG’s resident oenophile Doug Paulding visits a region in southern France where winemaking is truly an art.
Diane Flamand has a wonderful job: She is employed by the Rothschild wine family currently in their sixth generation of ownership of Lafite-Rothschild.
Saucy Realtor Jacqueline Ruby says “hello, autumn” with this dish for brisk evenings.
WAG’s Saucy Realtor adds some light refreshment to summertime desserts.
Saucy Realtor Jacqueline Ruby makes a summer asparagus soup.