Party ready

The three Cartwright sisters may have separate passions and personalities, but  luckily for the family business, their differences converge under one glorious tent (rental company, that is). 

A multifaceted journey

Sean Cohen, president and CEO of Rand Diamonds, has helped the men and especially the women of Botswana gain more control over their diamond industry.

Flights of fancy

In “LandEscape: New Visions of the Landscape from the Early 20th and 21st Centuries,” at the Katonah Museum of Art through June 16, viewers can immerse themselves in works from two seminal moments in art history when painters reimagined an ancient art form that has helped define our identity as a nation.

Horse opera

Training opera singer Jonas Kaufmann to make an entrance on horseback is all in a day’s work at Bronx Equestrian Center.

On pins and needles

“I’ll do it on any quadruped that won’t kill me first,” Dr. Emily Harrison says. “I never say (animal) acupuncture is not worth trying.”

Making waves

From the creatively designed architecture that surrounds it to the gold medal swimmers and water polo players that train in its waters, the pool at Chelsea Piers Connecticut has been churning out champions since they took their first plunge there in 2012.

The funny DeCicco

Comedian Regina DeCicco – yes, she of the grocery dynasty, the raspy voice and the way with an audience – always enters, and leaves you, laughing.

From Gilda, with love

The late comedian Gilda Radner, an original cast member of “Saturday Night Live,” lives on in the cancer support group Gilda’s Club and a new documentary, “Love, Gilda.”