‘The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze’ in the Hudson Valley – and beyond
Join Bloomingdale’s for an exclusive cooking demonstration from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 30 with “Queer Eye’s” Emmy-nominated food and wine host and New York Times’s best-selling author Antoni Porowski.
Let’s face it: The New York City Ballet’s digital spring season – a combination of taped past performances, workshops and podcasts – was one of the things that kept many of us going at the height of the pandemic. Now the company is back for its fall virtual season.
The combination of a tiny, seemingly fragile body — albeit one that worked out vigorously and survived several bouts of cancer — and a tall moral stature helped make Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the crusading lawyer turned fiery jurist, a natural cultural icon.
The Russian Tea Room in Manhattan reopens Sept. 30.
As part of its “Icons and Idols: Sports” memorabilia auction on Dec. 4, Julien’s Auctions is featuring Colin Kaepernick’s 2011 debut San Francisco 49ers jersey.
Three of the region’s top chefs return to the stoves in earnest.
Even wine-tasting can be numbing when you have to judge it precisely, as Wine & Dine columnist Doug Paulding discovered recently at the Amateur Home Wine Maker Competition. But it was one way to meet new vintages – and new people.
South Indian coffee – flavorful, bold and strong – is simple yet enjoyed by all.
Halo Hand’s “high-fiveable” clean nail polish kits come with everything you need for a total at-home mani and/or pedi makeover.
The latest in Valmont’s stable of luxuriously radiant skincare products is the brand’s first microbiome-balancing line designed for any age, gender and skin type.
For those of us who never de-glammed, there’s always new products from Sisley Paris.
Among the categories that fill the Academy Awards, the honors for Best Costume Design have always existed somewhere under that proverbial radar in terms of sparking public debate or controversy. But if you take a deeper dive into the category’s history, it seems to be among the most intriguing of the Oscar competitions.
Pietro Simone’s Essential and Prestige Collections address skin maintenance and anti-aging respectively.
In the midst of the coronavirus, couture continues.
WAG spotlights the new and noteworthy
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To smooth and brighten the eyes, Sisley-Paris has added Black Rose Eye Contour Fluid to its Black Rose Collection. Active botanicals include aqueous black…
“There are two kinds of lobster in this world,” the lady on my left was trilling, in a high-pitched, imperious voice.
WAG’s luxury travel and beauty writer Debbi K. Kickham says these scents are all winners – by a nose.
The sweet, intoxicating fragrance of cedar and balsam pine is the first thing that hits you when you arrive at Lake Placid Lodge, a beloved 19th century mountain camp transformed into a lodge of unparallel rustic splendor.
Here’s a house on Bayside Terrace in Greenwich’s Riverside section whose open, airy design will not stand in the way of your love of the water.
Custom homes have always required custom approaches, and today’s home demands a whole new level of excellence, says “fixer” Chris McNally.
“If you love your house and you love your environment, that’s true luxury,” says Denise Balassi, founder of luxury design firm Spaces of Distinction.
Seven-month-old Terriers Amaretti and Pizelle are two peas in a pod, so the SPCA would really love to find them a home together.
Little Orphan Annie, doggy iteration, has it all – looks, energy and personality to spare for an active family that enjoys the outdoors.
Like a certain Sylvester Stallone character, this Rocky has the spirit to overcome hard times.