Georgette Gouveia is editor-in-chief of WAG magazine. For 30 years, she held a variety of positions at Gannett newspapers in White Plains, including ultimately that of senior cultural writer for The Journal News before becoming a reporter for the Westchester County Business Journal. She is the author of “The Essential Mary Cassatt” (Wonderland Press/Harry N. Abrams Inc.). When she’s not tending WAG, she spends her time writing fiction, singing, practicing yoga and decorating her Westchester home. You can read her musings at theartsmuse.blogspot.com.
Peter C. Sutton, executive director of the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, and Liz Wooster, its director of development, pose before the entrance to the museum’s timely new show “The Olympic Games: Art, Culture & Sport” (through Sept. 2).
Over the winter, the horse-show circuit was once again in full swing in Florida, where one of its bright spots was Westchester’s Alexa Adelson, who distinguished herself in the Tampa Bay Classic’s division for amateur-owners ages 18-35.
Recently, a throng of WAG staffers (OK, one) has urged me to weigh in on “Fifty Shades of Grey.” I don’t know why it is that whenever the subject of S&M comes up, the staff naturally thinks of me, but anyhoo, I said, Sure...
From a cultural standpoint, Tim Tebow is the gift that keeps on giving. Today, he became a Jet all the way, and while I’m a Yankees-Giants fan – albeit one who likes to see all New York teams succeed – I am swooning with rapture.