Siblings are our most enduring relationships – longer than that of parent and child or spouses – and more complex than friends, because they assume a friendship, bound by blood.
Sisters Patricia and Joanna Simone are the third generation to work in the family business, the major, metro New York real estate firm Simone Development Cos.
From its early days as a Bostonian purveyor of watches and silver, Shreve, Crump & Low – the luxe jewelry emporium that has found a home, too, on Greenwich Avenue — has also been known for its commemorative cups.
Alex and Andrew Weisz have a respect for the South American heritage of their father, developer Robert P. Weisz, and the RPW Group he founded and has so carefully cultivated.
Singer-actress Liz Callaway talks about her solo career, being part of “Anastasia” and performing with sister Ann Hampton Callaway whenever they can.
Terri and Grace Ferri are two sisters who have joined forces to make a difference in the world.
Italian warmth and style meet New England at Pirri Hair Studio in Greenwich.
WAG pays a visit to Brotherhood, America’s Oldest Winery where visitors can take tours, participate in tastings – and step back in history.
Steve and Nick Balkun never intended to be a music industry sibling act. But today they are one of the most corybantic forces of energy in the indie music scene.
The sisterly relationships of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Lee Radziwill and Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret had more in common than you might think, as two new, to-be-devoured-like-a-box-of-chocolates books illuminate.
While the world of the Sisters of the Divine Compassion has in some ways contracted, the sisters’ sense of community and mission of service, always the core of the order, has continued and strengthened.
An awe-inspiring new book by teNeues Publishing on the Apollo space program – timed to anticipate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing next summer – also offers a reminder of the classical, familial origins of the program’s name.
Terrain is a “sister store” to Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters, so you know there’s something aesthetically pleasing – and eco-minded – going on here. Westport’s lucky enough to have these three URBN siblings within its borders, and we spotlight what’s on offer at Terrain, the “baby,” these days.
If you are a victim of domestic violence, there’s a place for you at My Sister’s Place.
Bebe Neuwirth – star of stage (“Chicago”) and screens big (“Bugsy”) and small (“Cheers”) – is one singular sensation. WAG music critic Gregg Shapiro caught up with her before her Nov. 10 appearance at Ridgefield Playhouse.
Identical brothers Jay and Neil Canell of The Canell Group have “twin” passions for finance and philanthropy.
The traditional meets the modern in this beautiful, 15-year-old Georgian estate on North Street in Greenwich’s pastoral backcountry.
Jane Fonda – actress, activist, author and philanthropist – returns to Fairfield County for a soul-searching talk.
China’s short-sighted former One-Child Policy has resulted in a generation of young men with no siblings – and tough prospects in finding rare Chinese brides and, perhaps, learning to share in the far, wide world.
Members of Sole Sisters, the Greenwich United Way’s Women’s Initiative, may not be related by blood, but their shared passion for philanthropy has created a sisterhood within the organization and has led them to raise more than $2 million to support those in need in the community.
Big Brothers Big Sisters can transform the lives of the children and the organization’s mentors.
Older children tend to have higher IQs than their younger brothers and sisters — anywhere from one to three points. It’s a small difference but a significant one, scientists say, one that can mean the difference between a good and a great school, a good and a great career.
Over the summer, we caught up with artists Chris DeRubeis and David Najar – or rather, their work – during a presentation at The Ritz-Carlton New York, Westchester by Park West Gallery, which presents art exhibits and sales in hotels and on cruise ships around the world.
Ditch the mascara and sleep in. We tried a lash lift from Hott Lash in Armonk for longer looking, curled eyelashes with the hopes of cutting a few minutes off of our morning routine.
It’s important for kids to have a room of their own.
It’s time to dress up again, says Kobi Halperin, who was at Bloomingdale’s White Plains to show you how to do it.
Patricia’s Presents, an eclectic gift shop first featured in WAG in early 2015, has just made the move to Bethel after five years in Ridgefield.
When we first met Andy Todd – president of the Greystone on Hudson luxury residential development in Tarrytown – in the late fall of 2016, he toured us around the more than 100-acre site, which opens onto pastoral Taxter Ridge Preserve. Among the houses he had in the works at that time was a charming Dutch Colonial Revival manse – with the characteristic gambrel roof and curved eaves; a turret; and a wrap-around porch – all of which made it at once cozy and commanding.
WAG Wanderer Debbi Kickham and sis Christine light out for Poland and Paris with their 100-years-young mother, Joanna Karpowicz.
WAG Wonderful Dining columnist Aleesia Forni sets out with her family to find her ancestral roots in the land of the Alps, luxe timepieces and skincare and Roger Federer.
Called “The One Happy Island,” Aruba is about 19 miles long in the southern Caribbean Sea, just 15 miles from the coast of Venezuela. Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao form a group referred to as the ABC Islands, with the A island getting more repeat visitors than any other in the Caribbean.
London and Paris, inextricably linked (think Dickens) may be poles apart politically, but they do have one thing in common – great new hotels.
Two brothers, both chefs, have launched a new restaurant in New Rochelle.
Over the course of dinner, WAG’s resident Dionysus Doug Paulding samples a wine with ties to three continents – and two industry giants.
Spinal fusion can’t improve your golf game, but it can make it less painful.
Awareness, not calorie counting, is the only true way to get healthy and fit for life.
Hope is a 3-year-old Chihuahua, Dachshund and Jack Russell Terrier mix (or so the SPCA thinks), who’s looking for a forever home.
Our Pet Portraits feature this month is about real pet portraits.
Through Jan 20 “Maya Lin: A River is a Drawing,” a site-specific interactive exhibition that explores the geology and topography of the Hudson River…