Welcoming May WAG!
Welcoming May WAG!
What makes Connecticut’s Gold Coast truly golden is the relationship among business, culture and history that plays out in each of its communities in different ways.
The Milne Ocean Science and Conservation Center provides a 24/7 medical suite for the residents of Mystic Aquarium. Meanwhile, butterflies are in the “Flutter Zone” at The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk May 28 through Sept. 5.
Greenwich & Delancey serves traditional Jewish food with a few updates and an assured contemporary twist.
Anita Hill – who spoke recently at Fairfield County’s Community Foundation, The Fund for Women & Girls luncheon at the Hyatt Regency Greenwich – turned her experience testifying about Clarence Thomas’ sexual harassment of her into a career advocating against gender violence.
Brian Stokes Mitchell’s philosophy: Get off our high horses. Understand others’ viewpoints. Perfect the system. Stand up for social justice. Protect the theater’s gig workers. And spread joy through music.
Copland House – a center for American music in the former Cortlandt Manor home of composer Aaron Copland – returns to performance in Westchester County for the first time in two years with its Music From Copland House ensemble at the Emelin Theatre in Mamaroneck, its new home away from home. Copland House is still, however, looking for an additional home of its own now that its 10-year run at Merestead in Mount Kisco is over.
The Hudson River Museum and its director and CEO, Masha Turchinsky, seek to connect with disparate groups even as the museum enlarges its physical plant in a capital project.
CBD Live Natural touts the health benefits of CBD oil.
When she moved to Weston from New York City and then the pandemic hit, Cristina Villegas decided to reintroduce her children’s/home goods boutique Yoya – and interior design business Casa Yoya – in Westport, a place not unlike the small town she grew up in in her native Colombia.
William M. Losapio — co-owner of the former Sergio’s and Gregory’s restaurants in Hartsdale and White Plains respectively and an adviser for Westfair Communications’ WAG magazine, died at his Valhalla home on the evening of April 18 at age 80.
With a mesmerizing 10.1 acres of waterfront compound leading out to Long Island Sound and 440 feet of direct sparkling water in a private, tranquil setting, this 60-year-old, 8,354-square-foot Colonial on Cobb Island Drive is a one-of-a-kind opportunity.
Cami Weinstein offers a few tips for savoring beach time with your guests.
The Connecticut coastline’s inspirational beauty contributed to the foundation of the Lyme Art Colony in the first two decades of the 20th century.
An upstate New York kitchen design project gives particular satisfaction to its Darien, Connecticut-based interior designer, Prudence Bailey
Erin O’Keefe and Pam Geiger built Ice Cream Social in White Plains not only to be a community hub, especially in the summer months, but to help those in need.
At Restaurant Gabriel Kreuther in Manhattan, WAG wine columnist Doug Paulding savored Kreuther’s multilayered dishes, paired with Champagne Bollinger’s 2014 La Grand Année.
The pioneering Gansevoort Meatpacking reinvents itself post-pandemic.
Joshua Hurwitz, M.D., a partner in reproductive endocrinology at Harrison- and Fairfield County-based Illume Fertility, offers suggestions on what to say, and not to say, to those grappling with infertility.
Nicolas Elian, chief dental officer at CareMount Dental in Mount Kisco, offers several tips to keep you from getting oral cancer.