Glorious Gilded Age gardens galore, from Glenmere to Greenwich. David Hartt reclaims history at The Glass House in New Canaan. David Hockney’s eternal “Spring.” Jan Johnsen’s “bloom’ing career. And sex and the garden (as well as sex in the garden). It’s all part of WAG’s May issue on “The Landscape Reinvented.”
In honor of jazz legend Ella Fitzgerald’s 104th birthday on Sunday, April 25, The Yonkers Downtown/Waterfront Business Improvement District, with support from the city of Yonkers and Mayor Mike Spano, has coordinated a restoration of Fitzgerald’s statue as well as a celebratory live-streamed concert featuring the best of Fitzgerald’s iconic music on Friday, April 23, from 5 to 6 p.m.
To close out Autism Acceptance Month, Marjorie Madfis – founder of Yes She Can, which teaches young autistic women job and life skills – is hosting a “Me and My Autism” event with autism specialist Amy Gravino and Yes She Can trainees on the Yes She Can Facebook page from 7 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 29.