“I didn’t go to the moon. I went much further — for time is the longest distance between places.” — Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass…
The new LaKota Oaks in Norwalk offers a destination wedding site close to home.
WAG music critic Gregg Shapiro talks with George Winston about the seasons of his life and his role in the solo melodic piano movement.
“Camp: Notes on Fashion,” The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s new Costume Institute exhibit, has some hot artistic hunks and elegant threads, a provocative idea and plenty of pink. But by pitching too big a tent, the show’s theme eludes it.
During the late 19th century, the Old Leatherman was an intriguing if mysterious presence in Westchester and Fairfield counties.
Sean Cohen, president and CEO of Rand Diamonds, has helped the men and especially the women of Botswana gain more control over their diamond industry.
The late singer-songwriter, poet and author Leonard Cohen (1934-2016) was a global icon. A museum in his hometown of Montreal mounted a tribute exhibition to this citizen of the world that’s now on an international tour – with its first stop the Jewish Museum in Manhattan.
With its seasons of bright lights and shadows, the year 1969 offers a not-so-distant mirror in which we find not only nostalgia but hope for our own polarizing, challenging time.
Reggie Jackson once said that Tom Seaver pitched with heart. But then we always knew that.
Travel writer Stacy Lytwyn combs Connecticut for excursions that offer inspiration and refreshment, all within 24 hours.
“Space Invasion,” presented by commercial real estate finance firm UC Funds, will be a summer-long public art exhibit along the streets and parks of Stamford’s downtown.
Thailand is trending. And why not? This is a country in which the impossible can become probable, where a street vendor can have Michelin accreditation, goats do recycling and chickens, like other workers, are on duty, retired or on holiday.
In “Tracing Thin Places,” her new book of poetry, Alice Feeley revisits Block Island as muse and measures the distance between “what’s there and yet to come.”
Though vastly different men, ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev and opera tenor Luciano Pavarotti were larger than life figures who defined their art forms. Now these irresistible legends are the subjects of new films.
The New Rochelle Public Library honors journalist Fareed Zakaria, who strives “not to pick sides” in describing what is happening on the ground.
Step into the new Weekend Max Mara boutique in The Westchester in White Plains, hang a left and you’re immediately summering on Nantucket.
For those searching for an off-the-beaten path experience comes Thames & Hudson’s “New Map” series by “Hip Hotels” series author Herbert Ypma.
WAG Wanderer Jeremy Wayne is back doing double duty as our Wonderful Dining columnist. Here he raves about The Gramercy (though not its bad drink menu puns).
East meets West as Ossining-based fashion designer Neil Bieff designs dresses for son Gwyn’s marriage to Turkey’s Ikbal Bozkaya.
Stylish entertaining is easy-breezy in this magnificent stone and clapboard manse in Riverside that lets the inside out and the outside in.
A new bicycle and pedestrian path on the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, slated to open later this year, will offer visitors six vantage point on the cultural history of the region.
From sailing ships to hot-air balloons, the means and tools of travel are celebrated in the home goods offered by Authentic Models.
“Travellers’ Tales: Bags Unpacked,” a new book from Thames & Hudson, takes readers along on a round-the-world trip with more than 50 notables – and their Louis Vuitton luggage.
It may not be Monaco, Mykonos or Mallorca. But Madeira has quiet charms of its own.
Lisbon had WAG Wanderer Jeremy from “hello” (or was it the natty Borsalino at the hat shop)?
WAG Wanderer Barbara Barton Sloane charts the “road” to happiness on four of the Seven Seas.
WAG Wanderer Jeremy Wayne, an expert traveler himself, offers some unusual tour companies for those who aren’t.
Traveling opens us up to various cultures, including their ideas about architecture and interior design.
One of travels’ greatest pleasures is sampling local food and drink.
Tockr’s line of aviation-inspired watches for men pays tribute to history, particularly the role of the C-47 paratrooper transport plane on D-Day.
Classic meets bold with J. McLaughlin’s designs, which are beautifully photographed at some of Sarasota, Florida’s most iconic mid-century homes in the J. McLaughlin Spring 2019 catalog.
Rajni Menon, garde manger at The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges, is designing a cooking program to support the children of the world.
Vermouth was once a vanishing spirit. Our resident Bacchus reconnects with it in Valencia and at a New York trade show.
Wagger Meghan McSharry takes your through her first experience with assisted stretching at the new StretchLab location in White Plains.
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the world, and, with cases still on the rise, we need to do more to protect the body’s largest organ year-round, writes dermatologist Richard Torbeck.
WAG Wellness guru Gio, father of 2-year-old Juliet, combats the “Dad Bod” – and this proud papa wouldn’t have it another other way.
In the long journey that was the life of Doris Day — who died May 13 at age 97 at her home in Carmel…
Posey, a gentle and sweet Cattle Dog mix, was very pregnant when she was abandoned at a high-kill shelter from which she was rescued.
A chance meeting between two women with Chihuahuas named Walter let to a new pet products business, Found My Animal, that supports pet adoptions.
WAG’s list of local happenings for the month of June.