An acclaimed new book by Yale ornithologist Richard O. Prum says a lot about the current battle of the sexes.
A new monograph, with strong ties to the Hudson River Museum, 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 of his homeland.
In her affecting new memoir, “The Bridesmaid’s Daughter,” Nyna Giles charts her mother’s journey from fashion model and Grace Kelly bridesmaid to homeless shelter resident – and her own attempt to understand her.
Hearts, minds and tastes melt together in Melt Sandwich Shop of White Plains and the new Roasted Sandwich Co. in Stamford.
Astrology, an age-old practice, is getting an internet update – good news for those who like to keep up with their horoscopes, just in case.
Anthony Bourdain, the author of the “meathead bible” is calling for a change.
“The Neo-Victorians: Contemporary Artists Revive Gilded-Age Glamour” opens this month at the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers.
Queen Victoria, the woman who gave her name to an age of probity and prudery even – think piano legs sporting a kind of pantaloons – was herself not particularly Victorian. At least not when it came to men.
WAG has its first encounter with nerdlesque – a growing subculture of burlesque capturing the geekier side of striptease – at The Slipper Room in Manhattan.
An exhibition at The Museum at FIT explores what “a fashionable body” has meant throughout history.
A rarefied new show at The Morgan Library & Museum captures the “Power and Grace” of art historical study in the works of Rubens, Van Dyck and Jordaens.
Consider a nontraditional gift for this romantic holiday by getting tickets to the “Twisted Valentines Festival.”
A love of all things Italian fuels a fun, encyclopedic new book, “La Dolce Vita University.”
Humanitarian as well as artist, Ann Hampton Callaway is as adept at writing and singing her own songs as she is at interpreting tunes from a wide range of sources.
At Home on the Sound helps Larchmont and Mamaroneck seniors stay in the communities they love – in style.
Vogue darling Luke Edward Hall has a Picasso-like versatility, gift for drawing and love of neoclassical beauty.
This angular, Zen-like home on Greenwich’s Thunder Mountain Road – with its striking use of green brick, Asian influences and floor-to-ceiling windows – is Modern with a capital “M.”
The experts agree: Alpine racer Mikaela Shiffrin is the one to beat at the Winter Olympics.
Killington isn’t just for skiers.
For its combination of physical agility and mental acuity, fencing may be the ultimate sport.
Brooke Christian, owner of Flirty Girl in Waccabuc, helps women to get in touch with their sexuality, build confidence – and learn to love sex toys.
The owner of L’Armoire, a women’s clothing and accessories boutique in New Canaan, offers personal styling tips services, including packing her clients’ luggage for them.
White Plains Hospital celebrates its past while moving forward, pausing only to mark its 125th anniversary.
The accessories of OmLuxe, a Miami Beach company, were recently displayed at The Katie Fong Boutique in Greenwich, boasting bold designs that are hand-stitched by a women’s sewing collective in India.
We offer a sneak peek of the retrospective, “Norell: Dean of American Fashion,” opening this month at The Museum at FIT.
Christo and Jeanne-Claude, husband-and-wife artists born on the same day, enveloped the world in fabric.
A romantic environment doesn’t necessarily have to be filled with flowers and candles and billowing fabric panels.
A cultural marvel for more than 1,000 years, Prague offers its own brand of magic.
Tahiti’s famed overwater bungalows are the ultimate in romantic luxury destinations.
“Serial hotel lover” Jeremy Wayne visits some of his latest “squeezes.”
This new Yorktown Heights restaurant is a celebration of the love of family – and good food.
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…
Iconic shoe designer Stuart Weitzman will soon share his collection of historic footwear at the New-York Historical Society Museum & Library.
WAG catches up with Kristina Cavallo of New Rochelle to learn what’s new with her extensive, dazzling shoe collection.
The Go Red for Women Campaign, an initiative of the American Heart Association, encourages women to get involved in their heart health.
Summer in Florence. A vacation’s end. And a brief love with lasting memories.
Cultivating people is the key to success.
She’s not only the SPCA’s longest resident but one of its smartest.
WAG’s listing of local happenings and events in the month of February.