WAG’s Wellness coach Giovanni Roselli offers sensible tips for eating and exercising your way through the season of celebrations.
This happy 1-year-old pup is looking for an active forever home.
“The Dogs of Christmas” is a heart-warming holiday tale that explores the power of love, trust and a basket full of puppies.
THROUGH DEC. 8 Madelyn Jordon Fine Art presents “All Aflutter,” a solo exhibit of sculptural mixed-media paintings by artist Barbara Hirsch, who incorporates textural…
Without individual free will, gift-giving is meaningless.
For opera singer turned news anchor Trish Regan, mentorship is a big part of the gig.
Surely, if there was ever anyone who understood the high-profile challenges of childhood, it is Chelsea Clinton. Perhaps that is why she’s drawn to help kids as a children’s author.
Jason Robert Brown’s new album, “How We React and How We Recover,” marks a return to this kind of studio work after an absence of 13 years during which he was writing Broadway shows.
The beauty, personal warmth and leg-stomping music of the Celtic Colours International Music Festival on Cape Breton Island and Nova Scotia sang a siren song to WAG’s Wine & Dine columnist, Doug Paulding.
Haym Salomon was a Revolutionary War banker whose only “interest” was helping his country.
Arthur Ashe saw his activism in the arenas of civil rights and AIDS awareness as more important than his athleticism and groundbreaking accomplishments on the tennis court.
“No Alternative,” a new film by Yonkers native son William Dickerson, recalls a talented sister’s troubled soul and a city in a challenging time.
Claire Marin, founding CEO of Catskill Provisions, is saving the planet and the honeybee one small-batch craft product at a time.
Good Threads, a social business that often exhibits in WAG country, creates needlepoint goods that do good in Haiti.
A hungry child, a preoccupied executive and a not-so-chance encounter that delivered each into a more fulfilling life.
Greenwich native Kitty Schur aims to give a voice to the everyday career woman through her new digital platform This Girl Can Run The World.
Mid-century Modern meets 21st century meditative in the Armonk property known as the “Beckoning Path.”
After growing up together, John Swertfager and Skaz Gecaj are side-by-side once again as they open their new business venture, Apex Fitness, in Cross River.
The Fairfield University Art Museum offers an international array of works as old as the Tang Dynasty and as contemporary as the Syrian refugee crisis.
Tea Forté ethos of rarefied teas embraces the nonprofit world.
Crash diets always seem to fail. “The F-Factor Diet” allows you to eat what you want, exercise however much you please, and, yes, even sip on some wine, and still see results – all thanks to the miracle carb – fiber.
Amarpali is a Franco-American country estate of the finest caliber, designed and executed by award-winning architect Dinyar Wadia in 2013.
He’s played villains and Jesus. So what makes Hollywood scion Tony Goldwyn so normal?
The late comedian Gilda Radner, an original cast member of “Saturday Night Live,” lives on in the cancer support group Gilda’s Club and a new documentary, “Love, Gilda.”
Joanna Buchanan is known for her luxury home-décor goods, designed in her Wilton studio and sold around the world. Now, she offers WAG a glimpse into her creative process.
Singer Darlene Love’s holiday concerts are so popular that she’s still singing yuletide music a month later.
Furniture designer Paul Evans was a marvel with metal.
Wares columnist Cami Weinstein offers tips for a gracious holiday that hosts can enjoy, too.
The ever-entrepreneurial Renaissance man Andrew Economos has started The Red Tide Institute to combat the algae plaguing Florida’s Gulf Coast.
Kevin Burke and David Kimelman’s Burkelman empire expands with a second brick-and-mortar location. A stylish home goods shop on the Bowery in Manhattan joins the Hudson Valley original, which continues in Cold Spring.
WAG wanted to bring to your attention three stories of organizations – two of which we’ve regularly featured; one new to us – that are giving back to the world in novel ways.
Neiman Marcus is the gift that keeps giving. Not only is the luxe retailer out with its Christmas Book, complete with new fantasy items, but its The Heart of Neiman Marcus Foundation has pledged to support The Boys & Girls Club of America youth arts programs, which serve 4.3 million children through 4,300 clubs nationwide.
Scaling Italy’s largest valley glacier, Wonderful Dining columnist Aleesia Forni finds herself crossing the divide between being her parents’ child and being their protector.
The Finger Lakes and 1000 Islands regions of New York are delightful in any season.
Luxury travel gifts that are out of this world.
Wanderer Jeremy Wayne observes how airlines, hotels and their guests are joining forces in the new “voluntourism.”
“Most winemakers come to the career of wine through a family history or connection or an inherent fantasy of the product or the lifestyle,” Wine & Dine columnist Doug Paulding writes. George Bursick took an entry-level job at a winery all the way to the top, becoming a successful consultant and, now, serving as executive winemaker of Maxville Winery.
WAG heads on a foodie journey during Hudson Valley Restaurant Week.
Wagger Meghan takes us through her first experience at Orange Theory Fitness in White Plains.
EMSCULPT uses high intensity, focused electromagnetic technology to increase muscle mass, thereby sculpting the tummy and lifting the butt.