With a new year and our 10th anniversary upon us and the virus still raging, we at WAG thought, “Why not go all in and revamp the magazine?” It made perfect sense, for if there ever was a year for a refresh, it’s 2021.
Hint: The valley is but preparation for the summit.
Laid off from IBM at age 57, Marjorie Madfis couldn’t find the job she wanted. So she created it instead as founding executive director of Yes She Can, a nonprofit that seeks to empower young autistic women while rehabilitating secondhand American Girl dolls for purchase.
Poker-loving artist Fay Ku bridges East and West in works that also reclaim art history and the female body from the male gaze.
Megan Rapinoe is not afraid to take a knee or stand up for what she believes.
WAG senior writer Phil Hall finds the recent memoir by soccer star, and Greenwich resident, Megan Rapinoe to be filled with what Shakespeare would call “sound and fury, signifying nothing.”
Kathleen Gilje recreates masterpieces by recasting their female subjects in a heroic, activist light; drawing attention to their circumstances; and reclaiming the female body for themselves, herself and her female viewers.
It’s not palindromic and it’s not a prime number, but ‘21’ has a cachet of its own.
Here are three classic cocktails with which you can toast becoming “legal.”
Whether you call it Blackjack (in the United States), Pontoon (in Great Britain) or Vingt-et-Un (on the Continent), Twenty-One is the most widely played casino banking game in the world.
A production worthy of Broadway.
Bucking the trend, Wares columnist Cami Weinstein and hubby Marc have moved from the ’burbs to the big city. But a new home in the new year may simply mean a refresh of an old space.
For those looking for a home that rivals its gardens, this Miami getaway boasts an architectural marvel and beautiful gardens on Leafy Way.
This gated 8,192-square-foot gem offers panoramic views of Coconut Grove and Key Biscayne off S. Bayshore Drive.
Opening at the beginning of the lockdown, The Abbey Inn & Spa in Peekskill has made lemonade out of lemons.
What’s next for the Roger Sherman Inn? If we learned anything from 2020, it is that the future is impossible to forecast. But smart money will say that the celebrated establishment will change with the times and still be in the spotlight for years to come.
Sorry New York, but Las Vegas is actually the city which never sleeps.
A picture book originating from an Instagram community inspired by the films of auteur Wes Anderson is this young year’s must-have travel guide.