Being a part of and apart from while creating in a café.
The New York Botanical Garden previews an eye-opening look at Georgia O’Keeffe’s work in – of all places – the Aloha State. Who knew?
With filmgoers flocking to “The Post,” Lally Weymouth talks about her mother – the movie’s heroine, legendary Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham – and their lives in journalism.
An American organization seeks to restore a church that is at the center of Parisian history.
Jessica Meyrowitz of Chappaqua dishes to WAG about It’s a…Yummy, her fine yarn and hand-knitted accessories company, which offers do-it-yourself kits and mindful knitting workshops.
Faig Ahmed travels the imagination on his carpets, which marry traditional designs from his native Azerbaijan to digital techniques.
The Brooklyn-based, model-making studio crafts miniatures for personal and commercial projects – including dystopic visions of New York City.
Arts centers are not only fertile ground for innovative vision. They’re places where a community can create social bonds.
Hudson Valley entrepreneur Stacy Garcia heads up two distinct businesses (LebaTex,Inc., a respected player in the commercial/hospitality textile field; and Stacy Garcia Inc., a licensing firm and design house).
Parisian-born Vanessa Bikindou presides over Caravan Curated Home in New Canaan, the flagship store anchoring her interior design business.
Diane Byrne, the founder of the Rye-based interior design company, ensures that her clients’ homes meet their function and fashion needs.
In her distinctive, individual interior designs. Amy Aidinis Hirsch pays attention to the small things. And she listens to her clients.
Bruce Cockburn plays Daryl’s House.
The Greenwich-based interior designer, who has been in business for some 25 years, creates breathable living spaces for your family.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has opened an exhibition devoted to a series of works by Nyack-born artist Joseph Cornell.
This month, we’re also showcasing a classic mid-country estate on Clapboard Ridge Road in Greenwich.
Adding a large addition atop a two-car garage on a northern Westchester property is all in a day’s work for Mike Miller of Top Hammer Construction Corp.
Photographs courtesy Sotheby’s International Realty. In our second featured property, created by noted architect Sam Mitchell and built by Nordic Custom Builders, this 2009…
When it comes to growing older, you might want to consider bending it like Beckham.
Improbable international connections led Jimmy Morales, president of Guatemala, to New York Medical College in Valhalla, where he saw health care technologies that could be applied in his country.
What started as classroom lessons in the Bronx is now a published guide to chess told through its most famous players and stories.
“Lunch and Learn” keeps seniors – and speakers – on their toes.
Starting with four beds in a small house, White Plains Hospital now serves about 200,000 each year.
Everywhere I go I am always assessing my environment and redesigning it in my head,” says WAG Wares columnist Jane Morgan.
Wallpaper can make a statement by setting a mood or providing an accent. Now you can create your own with the book “The Art of Wallpaper.”
Piero Fornasetti’s boundless imagination and energy was applied to an immense array of furniture and decorative arts, leaving a legacy of thousands of individual designs.
WAG’s fashion writer Danielle Renda is ready for her close-up after being treated to Valmont’s newest products, a ‘do by Ric Pipino and makeup by Mina Matsumura.
Stephanie Doucette, the owner of the Cold Spring store – and Doucette Duval and Petite Doucette – is continuously inspired by reused and repurposed fabrics and clothes.
Bloomingdale’s Westchester shares its upcoming trends.
Blo Blow Dry Bar, a growing franchise, recently opened on Greenwich Avenue, offering on–the-go blowouts and makeup application for busy gals.
Finland’s quiet dignity compels you to look at it all.
Wanderer Jeremy Wayne looks for hotels that are at least as comfortable as his own home.
WAG Wanderer Debbi Kickham finds the South Carolina city a history lover’s delight.
Recently-installed Chef François Kwaku-Dongo is bringing the comforts of home to the iconic inn and restaurant.
If you’ve been to a wine festival, you need to grab a couple of friends and go again, says WAG’s resident Bacchus, Doug Paulding. If you haven’t been, make 2018 your year to explore one.
All men may be created equal, but all skin cancers aren’t.
WAG fitness guru Giovanni Roselli challenges his industry with a few trends that he finds questionable.
Belle is as her name implies – a 5-year-old sweetheart with a ton of love to give a new parent or family.
WAG’s listing of local happenings and events in the month of March.