We like our queens to be wed – to a man and/or the job.
We all know about George and Martha Washington, but what about his first love, Westchester County’s Mary Philipse? Journalist Mary Calvi has the answers in her first novel, “Dear George, Dear Mary.”
Chic Sketch marries fashion to technology.
What might the classical composers of yesteryear be like if they were in the music business today? They might be like Chloe Flower – pianist, composer and arranger whose work spans Frédéric Chopin and Sergei Rachmaninoff on one end of the spectrum and the rappers Swae Lee and 2 Chainz on the other with some Johnny Mathis and Celine Dion in the middle.
Greenwich Historical Society has announced an afternoon of themed programming expected to draw visitors of all ages to its reimagined Cos Cob campus.
Delicious treats and a beautiful presentation make up Lina Abdo’s prescription for a more hospitable world.
In the realm of divas, few can compare to British crossover artist Sarah Brightman.
The legendary performer has always told her many fans to believe. Is there any wonder that they’re flocking to “The Cher Show” on Broadway?
Singapore meets the Big Apple for the 17th annual “Orchid Show.”
Hang out your “Do Not Disturb” sign and get set to curl up with 35 of the most seductive suites, courtesy of “Mr and Mrs Smith Presents The World’s Sexiest Bedrooms” (Thames & Hudson).
In refreshing its White Plains store, Tiffany & Co. has stayed true to itself.
Srihari S. Naidu, MD – director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories and of the Hypertrophic Cardiomyophathy Center of Excellence at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla – is world-renowned as an interventional cardiology expert in minimally invasive treatments of heart disease.
Couples are increasingly moving weddings outside the big ballroom.
Local author Nancy DeRosa has cooked up something that promises to be tantalizingly sweet just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Comedian Regina DeCicco – yes, she of the grocery dynasty, the raspy voice and the way with an audience – always enters, and leaves you, laughing.
This house on Stiles Lane is a stunning brick Colonial on more than four gorgeous acres adjacent to the Greenwich Audubon Society’s preserved open space, setting the stage for a private retreat.
Highclere Castle Cigars – one of several ventures of the estate that serves as the setting for “Downton Abbey” – draws on its rich history.
Highclere Castle – home of Lord and Lady Carnarvon and setting of “Downton Abbey” is steeped in history and romance.
An interview with “Bohemian Rhapsody” stars Rami Malek, Joseph Mazzello and Gwilym Lee.
The Hudson River Museum celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing and its Planetarium, as well as its centennial, with “The Color of the Moon: Lunar Painting in American Art.”
Jim and Betsy Perry take the phrase “two-career” couple in a whole different direction.
Barbara Ross-Innamorati is making a splash worldwide with her Norwalk-based jewelry line, Évocateur.
In writing her first children’s book, New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (WAG, October 2014 cover) reached into the past – America’s and her own.
The Museum at FIT celebrates its golden anniversary by rolling out its greatest hits for “Exhibitionism” – an exhibition about its past exhibitions.
Arts and Crafts Movement ceramicist George Ohr created works that were playfully practical as well as defiantly dysfunctional. Small wonder he’s just having a big moment now.
A new or upgraded bath can not only enhance the value of your home but a create a retreat for yourself, Wares columnist Cami Weinstein says.
In winter, Ted Baker’s thoughts turn to floral bedding for spring, of course.
Love, sex, romance and eroticism have defined Nan Goldin’s multimedia work.
Jen Gerken and Suzanne Grant have opened PORCH Home + Gifts, a stylish new destination for inspired interiors in the heart of Mount Kisco.
WAG first met Kerri Rosenthal a couple of years ago when she was working with a Weston-based interior design firm. Today, the longtime artist and interior designer is on her own with a stunning Westport design studio/showroom that offers a glimpse into her heart-filled world.
Imagine what you could do with nothing to do? That’s the objective of Exclusive Resorts, whose array of luxury options cater to your every travel need and desire.
Borgo Santo Pietro in the Tuscan countryside is one inn that has it all, not the least of which is a marvellous sense of well-being.
Lalique’s luxury amenities kits for Singapore Airlines are the grace notes of their elegant new partnership.
At Tony’s, a new Italian steakhouse inside The J House Hotel, no one leaves a stranger.
Next time you’re invited to dinner, forget the cakes, pies and cookies and bring an ice wine, a Sauternes or a Vin Santo instead.
Wagger Meghan met up with RēCOVER co-founder Aaron Drogoszewski to learn more about his fitness background and what prompted him to create the world’s first studio dedicated to restoring the body.
His is a tough-guy name, one that he shares with Julius Caesar’s chief assassin, whom Shakespeare has rival Marc Antony describe in “Julius Caesar” as “the noblest Roman of them all.” But this Brutus is one gentle pooch.
WAG Wellness columnist Giovanni Roselli shows us why caring for your skin, hair and nails is particularly important as we get older.
WAG’s list of local happenings for the month of February.