All this puppy-like pooch, who gets along with other canines, needs now is a little love, preferably from someone who’s home more often than not.
WAG’s listing of local happenings and events in the month of December.
Being falsely arrested in a case of mistaken identity during the 2015 US Open inspired James Blake to become an activist and write an athletic “Profiles in Courage” called “Ways of Grace.”
The Unchain Campaign, which originated at Grace Farms Foundation in New Canaan, seeks to raise awareness about modern slavery, which has an estimated 40 million victims.
Brooklyn-based glass mosaic artist Allison Eden has teamed up with Hudson Valley’s LebaTex to bring a new collection of festive fabrics to the home-design market.
Jay Leno, purveyor of the well-placed quip, has a message for his successor talk-show hosts – less is more.
Melissa Manchester says, “Let’s hear it for the boys.”
Ridgefield-based jewelry artist Amy Kahn Russell incorporates vintage and nature-inspired elements into pieces that are perennial boutique and museum-shop favorites.
Trailblazing Hollie Bonneville Barden takes over as John Hardy creative director, and the beloved Naga Collection is reborn.
The Neue Galerie in Manhattan is transformed into a Viennese treat with its latest exhibition, “Wiener Werkstätte 1903-1932: The Luxury of Beauty.”
The women-owned, travel-friendly accessories business creates comfortably stylish shoes for women, while helping women-owned organizations.
Lidia Bastianich – Italian chef and restaurateur extraordinaire – tells WAG about her feast of a life, which included delivering wedding cakes with actor Christopher Walken. Who knew?
NEXT for AUTISM offers a way forward for those on the Autism Spectrum who age out of social services.
Whether he’s starring on its baseball team, delivering newspapers to patients or touring children around its floor, Jim Goldsmith is always in there pitching for Phelps Memorial Hospital in Sleepy Hollow.
The Chinese pull out all the stops for Donald J. Trump’s state visit.
This past August marked the three-year anniversary of the Ice Bucket Challenge, which Pat Quinn co-founded with Pete Frates, who was diagnosed with ALS at age 27.
For many fashion designers, inspiration leads to fabric. For Alex Teih (pronounced Tay), fabric is the inspiration.
A children’s accessories company preserves a little boy’s memory through the spirit of pretend play.
A third-generation farmer is hoping to bring new life to the farmland her family has owned for the better part of a century.
There’s nothing like a house in the country – particularly if that “country” is located in an exclusive suburb with all kinds of amenities and close proximity to New York City.
David Hallberg’s questing spirit took him from American Ballet Theatre to the Bolshoi Ballet and back.
“As I think about what exactly makes a holiday or event look festive, I believe it is light and its visceral effect that have the power to make us feel happy in the moment,” Jane Morgan writes.
The executive fashion and beauty editor of Harper’s Bazaar believes in the dignity of all.
The cosmetics brand introduces palettes and applicator brushes reminiscent of fairy-tale favorites.
The Detroit-based lifestyle brand, widely known for its pristine watches, has opened shop in The Westchester – just in time for the holidays.
The rare ruby, symbol of the independent-minded woman, gets its due in Joanna Hardy’s new “Ruby: The King of Gems.”
When Truike Boekholt left for a month-long, teacher-training course in Rishikesh, India, she expected an enlightening experience. The sacred city, which is tucked away…
Lino Tagliapietra is Dale Chihuly’s idea of a glassblower.
A tour company that demonstrates why Switzerland is about chocolate and cheese and so much more.
It’s a tough assignment, but someone has to do it. WAG Wanderer Jeremy Wayne heads across the States and to Europe for shopping, shopping and more holiday shopping.
Sergio’s in Pelham delivers upscale Italian fare in a striking setting.
WAG’s resident Dionysus, Doug Paulding, makes a pilgrimage to some of the great wineries of northern Spain and Portugal.
Go light on your To Do list and your tummy this holiday season with this lemon pound cake recipe from WAG’s Saucy Realtor, Jacqueline Ruby.
WAG revisits the Italian fashion designer’s travel-friendly line at a fashion show held at Neiman Marcus Westchester.
WAG hair stylist offers lessons in two different kinds of loveliness.
Take a page from Honest Abe in committing to your goals.