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Exploring our tech-driven world
The Can’t Lose Diet works with Resonant Frequency Technology to help you lose stubborn pounds.
Technology has cost me one job and, often, my patience. But then, there’s Mr. Washing Machine and planet Pluto.
From fashion to textiles, Jhane Barnes’ designs depend on math and the use of computers.
A commercial real estate developer becomes a movie producer, distributor and restorer.
The Bedford painter wants you to feel the wind on your skin when you look at her work.
Martin St. Louis, who helped the Tampa Bay Lightning win the Stanley Cup in 2004, applies the insights gained in the sports world to investment strategies.
We hear from Linda Ruderman, the veteran Greenwich interior designer, on how to integrate the technology you need while maintaining the sense of your home as sanctuary.
Technology keeps the message of Holocaust survivors moving forward.
The Yorktown Heights-based couple behind Simon Associates Management Consultants uses the observational techniques of corporate anthropology to help businesses grow.
Few women head companies. Even fewer head tech companies. Ritu Favre is one of the pioneers shining a light for a new generation of female STEM students.
Oct. 1 marks the 68th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. Seymour Topping – who covered the fall of Nanking, ending Nationalist rule, for the Associated Press – looks back on a time with parallels to our own.
A baby, a teapot and a chance encounter that changed the course of Chinese history.
A surgeon who understands the complexity of this indispensible extremity.
Seth R. Miller is an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in arthroscopic shoulder surgery and shoulder replacement.
The photographer channels his inner Gaudi.
Digital illustrations capture moments inspired by the artist.
The iconic singer-songwriter talks with WAG’s Gregg Shapiro about the importance of the songwriter, his hardscrabble Oklahoma upbringing and friendship with the late Glen Campbell.
The Port Chester center celebrates with a show that plumbs the relationship of the digital world to ceramics.
Few disciplines require more technique than making music and that includes something that comes naturally to many of us – singing.