The agony and the ecstasy – mostly ecstasy – of Michelangelo at The Met.
In interior design, to thine own self be true.
They’re more than meets the eye.
The American Museum of Natural History’s Rose Center for Earth and Space dazzles with interactive displays, fun scales and films that take you back to the future.
For more than a century, Grand Central Terminal’s visitors and commuters have been passing under its majestic celestial-themed ceiling. We take a look at the story behind the stars.
China’s new Mandate of Heaven lies in astronomy, specifically the new 500-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope.
While he thought it a failure, Vincent van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” is one of the icons of the art world and New York.
Maria Mitchell blazed a trail for astronomers and women’s rights advocates.
The universe is ever expanding – and so is the revamped Hudson River Museum Planetarium’s programming and following.
Connecticut – the Constitution State and the Nutmeg State – could be the Planetarium State as well.
Start the new year off right by putting your home center stage.
The chocolate, palm and tarot reader focuses on fun in the here and now.
The Montreal-based, family-owned company is passionate about its goat milk skincare line – and using it to do good.
Bil Donovan accentuates the positive in his fashion and makeup illustrations.
Taking a page out of Ella Fitzgerald’s “The Songbook Series,” Joan Osborne seeks her inner Bob Dylan.
Jersey City’s Liberty Science Center is now home to largest and most technologically advanced planetarium in the Western Hemisphere, and that’s more than just a marketing boast.
Magellan Jets takes the hassle out of flying with its customizable private planes for business types and vacationers alike.
The adjective ‘unique’ is one that is often overworked but not when applied to Autumn Farms, a magnificent 25-acre horse farm with a five-bedroom Greek Revival residence built in 1838.
Hayden Planetarium director Neil deGrasse Tyson is everyone’s go-to guy for space-time questions.
A mid-country Greenwich estate that lets the winter (spring, summer and fall) in.
Kathi Cochran and Stefani Chisholm share a longtime friendship and passion for floral and garden design, KC Creations LLC.
The Suffern-based company led by chef Kenneth Collins provides a global experience of explosive, ethnic flavor.
Hemlata Nambiar of Larchmont launches a collection of jackets that retain 90 percent of body heat, are water-repellent and weigh less than one pound.
Zodiac jewelry is once again the rage.
Our Wanderer Jeremy Wayne has tons of good suggestions for 2018.
Nothing beats the hotel’s rooftop stargazing program.
Pisticci’s owners ask, “Is it possible for a small business to be an environmental steward and be successful?”
A good wine glass can elevate the enjoyment of any vintage.
The women’s boutique provides exclusive products and customer service, while calling attention to noteworthy issues affecting women.
A movie star. A hairstylist. And an encounter to break a dangerous habit.
WAG catches up with Neil Bieff’s new collection, defined by his aptitude for layering, unexpected pops of color and beadwork.
The Bronx-born actor and screenwriter of “A Bronx Tale” collaborates with the New Rochelle-based sports memorabilia company for a unique collection.
Available at Organachs Farm to Skin in Westport, the line redefines the self-care regimen with products that “blissfully bookend” your day.
There are plenty of ways for vegetarians to ensure they get enough protein without going to drastic lengths, says WAG wellness guru Giovanni Roselli.
Crosby would love a forever family that includes someone who is home more often then not as he gets sad when he is by himself all day.
WAG’s listing of local happenings and events in the month of January.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced the spring exhibition at The Costume Institute will explore “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.” Stay tuned to see if there’s a backlash of cosmic proportions.
It’s all about the new Home & Accessories Collection on the fourth floor of the luxe jeweler’s iconic Fifth Avenue flagship.
Giant centipedes, boas, hutias, black eels, curried goat – Jamaica has all this, oh, and tranquil beaches, friendly residents and Bond, James Bond.