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Channel your inner god and goddess

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I don’t know about you but I’m all about finding my inner goddess.  You know, that part of me that shines beautifully and spreads my light into the world – whether I am all dressed up – or at home, with no makeup on, in comfy leggings.

Welcoming May WAG

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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.”

Stories of mother love

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Mother’s Day is one that always tugs at the heartstrings, so we thought you’d enjoy these uplifting stories of maternal perseverance and the helping hands that support it.

Horsing around

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The Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Shows return Tuesdays through Sundays, May 11 through 16 and May 18 through 23 with hunter and jumper competitions for avocational and professional riders of all ages.

The latest in stylish monitors

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Westchester resident Mara Perlmutter, creator of Trelawear, has teamed with Trumbull surgeon Shea C. Gregg, inventor of FallCall Detect, to offer a personal emergency response system device that’s an attractive pendant.

A holistic approach to eyewear

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You could say the latest Warby Parker store – which has its grand opening Saturday, May 1, at The Westchester in White Plains – has an “eye” on what makes a great shopping experience.

Scarves aren’t just for winter

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Even before Covid, scarves were an essentially accessory. Regardless of gender or sartorial inclinations, scarves can be handy in any season if you work out of doors, find yourself going from hot to cold or need to dress up what you’re wearing in a hurry.

Swing it, Ella

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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.

Yes, they can

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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.

Skin in the game

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All praise to SPRAISE: The clean beauty brand is launching three collections on Nordstrom.com beginning Sunday, April 25.

Welcome back to the Bruce

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The Bruce Museum will reopen to members and the public on Tuesday, April 27, with “Let in, Let go,” a multisensory installation created by Holly Danger, a Stamford-based video artist who has brought immersive events and installations to audiences around the world.

A funeral fit for a prince

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Having logged more than 22,000 solo engagements for the British monarchy, Prince Philip – who was laid to rest at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle Saturday, April 17 — knew a thing or two about attending funerals.