In a time of transition, there’s much that we can learn from men. And men can learn from women.
Ted Yang was a golden guy on Wall Street – until premature triplets delivered him into a better life.
Val Morano Sagliocco – landscaper, restaurateur, entrepreneur – likes to be where the action is, even on vacation.
Though he has strained against being typecast in period pieces and dark dramas, British actor Rufus Sewell has found success in both.
Andy Todd’s entrepreneurial spirit led him to become a luxury developer.
Daniel Boulud is not only a great chef; he’s a great humanitarian as well.
The late Yonkers Zen master Bernie Glassman transformed the way we see homelessness, joblessness – and fudge brownies.
Love him or hate him, Colin Kaepernick is the 21st century’s Muhammad Ali.
When Gold Star father Khizr Khan stepped onto the stage of the Democratic National Convention in July 2016, he became a man on a mission to remind Americans of their Constitutional rights.
Cold Spring visual artist Russ Ritell’s contemporary work pays homage to centuries of art history.
In 10 years of ownership of Lalique, Chairman and CEO Silvio Denz has taken the legacy brand’s rich heritage in the decorative arts to new heights, transforming it into a thriving luxury lifestyle brand.
David Cone, one of the brilliant bad boy Mets of the late 1980s and early ’90s, reinvented himself with the Yankees.
A profound sense of the world has led Michael Aram to think of nature and art in an unusual way.
A prominent cardiologist and distinguished scholar, academic and administrator, Alan Kadish, M.D. is a medical Renaissance man.
How many hockey players does it take to screw in an energy-saving LED light bulb? Just one – former New York Ranger Mike Richter.
The buyer of this exceptional estate on Old Round Hill Lane will find the perfect blend of the grand and the intimate.
Will Onur Tuna be Turkey’s Omar Sharif?
Randy Salvatore is one of the rising stars among area developers.
Ever fantasize about the perfect man? Can there be such a thing? We scoured our archives, memories and experiences and found more fascinating men than we could fit in this issue. Here’s a sampling.
With striking, boldly colored animal and zodiac designs, among other pieces, his jewelry has never gone out of fashion.
There is nothing more indulgent than the man cave, which can be luxurious and up to date with all the toys and high-tech electronics men can fit into them.
Novak Djokovic overcame an elbow injury and self-doubt to come all the way back to number one.
WAG profiled Geoffrey Walsky in January 2017, focusing on his design work through both the Fairfield Co. Antique & Design Center in Norwalk and his own, in-house Iconic Modern Home. Since then, his business has taken off, particularly in the field of luxury home staging.
Climbing Kilimanjaro, helping the kids of St. Christopher’s in Dobbs Ferry and taking hold of a Rockland nonprofit all ad up to a Nelson Mandela University Alumni Achiever award for Kurt Kannemeyer.
He died with $13 in his bank account and was forgotten for much of the 20th century. But stained glass master and watercolorist John La Farge is having another moment.
Artsy, eclectic and a downright fun little ski town – that, my friends, is Park City.
Chef Scott Conant, the stylish star of “Chopped,”on the virtues of Skippy, popcorn and Jet Blue; why he hates onions; and why he doesn’t think of himself as a success.
WAG Wanderer Jeremy Wayne takes in – and on – that crossroads of the world, Istanbul.
For those of us of a certain age, classes in elementary school were often passed by drawing cars — on notebooks, on desks, on…
WAG’s resident Bacchus is just back from northern Italy, where wines from Moscato Bianco and Barbera grapes are undergoing a makeover.
Serial entrepreneurs Iggy and Ramzi Khoury offer a tasty mix of cuisines at their Bronx eatery.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” particularly when it comes to skiing and snowboarding injuries.
The sport has psychological as well as physical benefits.
This Pet of the Month brought her pups to safety. Now it’s her turn to be adopted.
The Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry has been helping the underserved of the four- and two-legged varieties since its founding by Susan Katz in 2010. Now the nonprofit needs your help.
WAG’s list of local happenings and events in the month of January.