We close out our year of “Fascinations” with a consideration of time, one of our most challenging subjects, not because it’s such a difficult theme but because we never seem to have enough of it and always seem to be fighting it, as you’ll see in our opening essay.
What if we went with time instead of fighting it?
However spectacular introspective winter, joyous spring, sultry summer and bountiful fall/autumn may be individually, the group has been unbeatable as a brand, particularly when it comes to its greatest iteration, Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons.”
The Four Seasons in midtown reflects the wealth, power and glamour of New York.
At the American Clock & Watch Museum, historic pieces keep on ticking.
Paul Revere was a lot more than the man who alerted fellow colonists that “the British are coming.”
The railroad carries us from the past to the future through a present filled with strangers, freedom, adventure, boredom, heartache, tragedy and hope.
The New York Botanical Garden’s 28th annual holiday spectacular salutes Central Park.
Trains follow a schedule – or at least are supposed to… Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum in Norwalk takes time to explore the artistic side of the enduring mode of transportation in “The Trained Eye: The Art of Railroads & Stations.”
Hudson Valley artist Donna Castelluccio travels through time, integrating vintage images, fabrics and ephemera into her mixed-media work that ranges from handbags to wall hangings to collages.
Graff trends in new timepieces.
Sing Sing Prison Museum, which will be previewed at the end of next year, traces a trajectory from despair to reform and rehabilitation.
Nenad Bach – composer and peace activist – found a way to ease his Parkinson’s through pingpong.
“If you have a first date for ‘A John Waters Christmas,’ you’re either going to get married or they’re never going to speak to you again. It’s hit or miss,” observes auteur John Waters. OK, so he’s not exactly Bing Crosby.
Past, present and future team as Jeremy Rhizor’s Academy of Sacred Drama brings little-known oratorios to WAG country.
A girl’s crusade to save a Bengal tiger cub is the subject of Paul Rosolie’s new novel, “The Girl and the Tiger,” which he brings to Southport’s Pequot Library Dec. 10.
Travel in style with bespoke luggage for the sleek, luxe McLaren GT.
Modern sophistication and Georgian style blend perfectly in this beautifully renovated home, minutes from downtown Greenwich.
Being her own woman helped make Sophia Loren a great star.
The Swan’s House, a home décor shop in Tarrytown, has opened its doors, offering high-style – and often singular – finds.
Chinese export silver has long been beloved at home and abroad. Jennifer Pitman, our What’s Collectible columnist, silver specialist and herself an ardent admirer, explains why.
Time is a precious commodity in today’s harried world. I create homes that families can recharge in, entertain in, care for their families in and just enjoy.
Timekeeping devices have a long and fascinating history, from the sundial to the smartwatch.
Holidays are the time for sweet treats, so WAG checks in with Brookfield-based Bridgewater Chocolate for the lowdown on the best of the season.
Time marches on but doesn’t dim the appeal of great hotels and destinations.
Saratoga Springs, a city enhanced by health, wealth and racing, was first and foremost a place blessed with nourishing mineral springs, to be enjoyed in any season
Wanderer Debbi Kickham has traveled the world for the best travel beauty gifts. Here are her picks.
Macelleria brings the big city steak experience to Pelham.
Who doesn’t love this Mediterranean mishmash in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District?
The Espresso Guys offer coffee on wheels for those on the go.
Elden Selections, in the heart of Burgundy, makes choosing Burgundies a breeze.
Recent research is giving us a more nuanced understanding of the processes in play in scarring – which offers exciting possibilities for treating scars.
It’s the many little things behind the scenes that contribute to fitness.
Badly neglected when she came into the SPCA, JellyBean is now in tiptop shape and ready to show the world what a sweetheart she is.
Nestled in a quiet hollow, not far from the Appalachian Trail at the base of the Taconic Hills is the beautiful Inwood Stables.