June 2018

Inspired Journeys

Parallel lives

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“The Promise and the Dream” – a new book by Connecticut-reared David Margolick – tells the story of two great men on parallel roads that intersected in tragedy.

Oceania’s world, your way

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If you are thinking of dipping your toe into cruising waters for the first time or, even if you’re a seasoned cruiser, look perhaps to Oceania Cruises, a favorite among discerning and mature travelers.

A worldly approach

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New York-based interior designer and author Markham Roberts participated in the Bruce Museum’s “Art of Design” panel in Greenwich. We caught up with him to hear more, particularly about his high-profile revamp of the late Oscar de la Renta’s Tortuga Bay Hotel.

The lure of the thunder dragon

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Audrey Ronning Topping was 10 years old when she heard the song “Faraway Places” and knew it was beckoning her. Now, eight-decades later, those “faraway places” are wonderful memories. Among the most wonderful memories and strangest-sounding-name was that of Bhutan, Kingdom of The Thunder Dragon, so she had to go.

Show time

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Never judge a gift by its size or the way it’s wrapped.  You just might be surprised as to what’s inside. And so it…

Getting personal

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As an experienced fitness professional, I often get asked a lot of the same questions about my background, philosophy, etc. So I wanted to take this month to answer some of these same questions and give you a deeper look at what makes Giovanni Roselli tick.

Still serene

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Sometimes a place can change only to remain the same in essentials – delightfully so. Witness the new Sankara Spa at the Castle Hotel & Spa in Tarrytown.

Curb appeal

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Artist Wane One creates art on Mamaroneck Avenue – on as in on the actual street itself. It all had to do with helping ArtsWestchester mark 20 years in downtown White Plains.