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.”

A mighty mezzo

When opera singer Emily Geller was growing up in Manhasset on Long Island, the parts she really wanted to play in the school musical weren’t coming her way. 

‘Fall’ing for autumn’s trends

This season, designers take us back to the future (the 1980s and ’90s) – taking what we came to think of as questionable choices, making us realize why we made them in the first place and giving us a chance to do it right this time around.

One with the Greeks

For more than 80 years, something special gleamed through the trees in the backyard of the late architect and sculptor Horton O’Neil.  At first…

Miller time

For pro golfer Mike Miller, who qualified for the recent U.S. Open Championship, there’s a golden hour on the course. 

A check on healthy eating

The “living pantry” at Bouley Botanical provides a perfect location for David Bouley’s ongoing series, “The Chef and The Doctor,” in which Bouley collaborates with health professionals to focus on the benefits of food for well-being in a multitude of areas

Reshaping the Hudson’s food scene

Both Hudson Farmer & the Fish and RiverMarket Bar & Kitchen are helping anchor the sprawling, architecturally appealing Hudson Harbor condominium development that has enticed residents with expansive water views, bucolic towns and walking access to the train.

Nurturing nature

The Animal-Assisted Therapy Program at St. Christopher’s Inc. in Valhalla helps vulnerable youngsters grow and learn as they care for farm animals.