With this year’s animal issue, we thought we’d try something a bit different — seeing our furry, feathered, finned and four-legged friends through the human animal. Our opening essay sets the tone for this as we explore how the female of the species calls the shots in every group except one — us.
Civilization may have given men the upper hand for millennia as they lorded it over women politically, economically and physically, but in the natural world, the females of the various species still call the shots. So what’s that got to do with all the single young women in China?
Part treasure hunt, part cross-cultural meditation, “Crossroads” debuts in three installations at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The biblical story of Jonah and the whale has been spun into a fascinating sea yarn.
With Easter just around the corner, April, often referred to as “the cruelest month” – thank you, T.S. Eliot – may possibly be one of the happiest for New York-based, bunny-rabbit obsessed artist, Hunt Slonem.
Carolyne Roehm, the lifestyle maven and former fashion designer, leads the lineup of guest speakers at the annual Lyndhurst Flower & Antiques Show in Tarrytown.
Gretchen Carlson, who describes being fired from Fox News in 2016 – and her subsequent sexual harassment suit against its then chairman, Roger Ailes – as “jumping off a cliff,” has found her footing.
James and Susan Dubin, one of the art world’s power couples, will be honored by the Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College April 25.
Lucky orphan elephants, rhinoceroses and giraffes are being cared for by one of the most successful rescue programs in the world, the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
The Ox Ridge Hunt Club in Darien reinvents itself as the Ox Ridge Riding & Racquet Club.
Spring Crafts at Lyndhurst, which marks its 35th anniversary this year, will present its usual lineup of 300-plus artists and artisans in Tarrytown starting May 1. And visitors can expect a menagerie of animal-themed jewelry, fashions, art and decorative work to be among the offerings.
The New British Galleries have been unveiled at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan, some 11,000 square feet devoted to four centuries of British decorative arts, design and sculpture – and a most visible part of the continuing celebration of the museum’s 150th anniversary.
Singer Melissa Errico talks to WAG’s Gregg Shapiro about her passions for everything from the music of Michel Legrand to living in Bronxville with hubby Patrick McEnroe, their three girls and Yorky Pepper.
Epitomizing Old Greenwich’s casual, coastal chic, this 11-room home on Tomac Court is filled with light and contemporary charm.
Bob and Karen Madden, the husband-and-wife artists of Rock and A Soft Place studio, not only own a pair of Dobermans but designate proceeds from their work to support local animal causes.
No one wants a return to Prohibition, yet everyone loves a speakeasy.
The Tailored Home makes the most of this maximalist moment in home design by housing a well-mannered menagerie.
Wares columnist Cami Weinstein on how you can make your pets feel at home – wherever you are.
Portraits of cats are accessible, attractive and affordable examples of animal art.
With an array of activities and some serious relaxation, it’s no exaggeration to say that Mohonk Mountain House is now considered by some – including Condé Nast Traveler – to be the top resort spa in the country.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises recently christened its newest ship, Splendor, with Christie Brinkley as its godmother.
Barbara Barton Sloane wanders through Bauhaus-accented Germany as the country continues to celebrate the centenary of the influential design school
Chef Tyler Anderson has gone from Spanish cocina to Italian cucina with Terreno at The Goodwin in Hartford.
Eager to help the struggling Italian economy? Buy some of the delicious wines from Umbria.
The vegan breakfast crepe known as dosa is a favorite of the residents of Kerala, India and What’s Cooking columnist Rajni Menon. Here she offers her take on the classic and her mother’s accompanying chutney.
Pilates for equestrians? How to increase your stamina, stability and suppleness to create balance in the saddle.
What’s is like being a celebrity makeup artist in today’s competitive industry? We talk with Manhattan-based makeup artist Katrina D’Onofrio.
Gwen Lawrence has changed the conversation in professional sports with her Power Yoga for Sports Program.
The next time your community is holding a “clear the animal shelters” adoption program, psychotherapist Dana Dorfman says, you just may want to consider acquiring a pet – for your own good.
If your love for your pet is giving you the sniffles and the itches, there are ways to keep your relationship – and your health, says dermatologist Suzanne Friedler.
All of our Pets of the Month have poignant stories. But Jordan’s tale particularly touched our hearts.
Former WAG columnist Martha Handler is back with her debut novel, “Winter of the Wolf.”