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The Tao of Chinese thinking

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Well, we must’ve had a brain-freeze or something, because we forgot to include China expert Audrey Ronning Topping’s piece on Sino brain power in…

Save the date

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On Oct. 23 at 7 p.m., I’ll be doing a reading and book-signing for my new novel “Water Music” at The LOFT: LGBT Community…

Tastes good, does good

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We get so many submissions and suggestions for our “Chic Choices” column in WAG, where we spotlight new products and great gift ideas. Sometimes,…

Arms and the men

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Get ready to unleash your inner shogun. “Lethal Beauty: Samurai Weapons and Armor,” a nationally touring exhibit, opens at the Katonah Museum of Art…

Fall fashions in focus

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The Westchester in White Plains kicks off the Columbus Day holiday in style Oct. 12 with an afternoon of free fashion-themed programming – designed…

Save the date

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On Oct. 23 at 7 p.m., I’ll be doing a reading and book-signing for my new novel “Water Music” at The LOFT: LGBT Community…

Get to work

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As WAG continues its “Year of Power,” we are turning to “brain power” for our October issue’s theme. Our latest issue offers stories about…

A new venture launches

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Patricia Espinosa, whose work has been featured in WAG’s pages, has let us know about her new venture, and we think you’ll agree it…

A day for the arts

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Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan, featured previously in WAG, will host its fourth annual ArtsFest Sept. 20. From 2 to 4 p.m., the…

Off to market

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Those who love a good treasure hunt will want to head to Norwalk this weekend. Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum will host its seventh annual Old…

Carla’s latest

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We featured food personality Carla Hall a few months ago, when she was introducing her latest book, “Carla’s Comfort Foods,” at Stew Leonard’s in…

100% Bloomie’s – and fun

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Bloomingdale’s White Plains kicked off the “100% Bloomingdale’s” campaign – 1,000 unique items by 100 home and fashion designers – with a salute to…

Their cups runneth over

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The equestrian season came to a thrilling conclusion these last two Sundays with the American Gold Cup at Old Salem Farm in North Salem…

Two for the show

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The equestrian season in WAG country draws to a close with two must-see events at Greenwich Polo Club and Old Salem Farm in North…

Into the wild

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Theodore Roosevelt, who was as much a naturalist as he was a politician, lived for a time at Wave Hill House, now a public…

30 years of artistry

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Who hasn’t heard of Crafts at Lyndhurst? It seems like the juried fine art and craft show has been around forever, offering editions each…