If a body meet a body coming through the rye, it might be the makers of WhistlePig Farmstock Rye Whiskey at WhistlePig Farm in Shoreham, Vermont.
P is for puppy – protector, pal and partner. It’s also for Potomac, Primrose, Poppett, Phil and Patriot – the adorable canine stars of the new “service dogumentary” film “Pick of the Litter.”
Balancing his time among the Manhattan, White Plains and Pleasantville campuses, Pace University President Martin Krislov has been quite busy since he was first inaugurated in August 2017.
At 89 and fresh off an Oscar win, director James Ivory of Merchant Ivory fame remains true to his credo – “follow your instincts and make films about things that interest you.”
When opera singer Emily Geller was growing up in Manhasset on Long Island, the parts she really wanted to play in the school musical weren’t coming her way.
Wagger Meghan McSharry heads to the new Elliptica for a deceptively challenging workout on the trending elliptical machine.
When two kindred souls come together, they have double the power to forge something wonderful. Such was the case with Abbott and Christina Fleur, the proprietors of Honey Maple Grove Lodge, a tranquil and natural retreat hidden in the hills of Bedford.
“Turandot” (1926) – Giacomo Puccini’s last opera – offers what Copland House director Michael Boriskin calls “the fascinating question of legacy.”
Jewelry designers are often called jewelry artists – and an exhibition opening this month at the Katonah Museum of Art shows just why. We offer a sneak peek of the highly anticipated “Outrageous Ornament: Extreme Jewelry in the 21st Century,” curated by Jane Adlin, former curator of modern and contemporary design at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
A journey through Picasso’s personal French landscape.
Few places are more casually imposing than Greenwich’s verdant, rolling backcountry and this exceptional brick Georgian manor house on North Street proves why.
Anyone interested in collecting Chinese antiques or contemporary artwork originating in China should buy it now or you may wind up paying up to an additional 25 percent more in American tariffs.
In “American Moments” at Purchase College’s Neuberger Museum of Art, photographer John Shearer looks back at the turbulent 1960s.
A Scarsdale couple buck the tide against – or is it ride the wave of? – independent bookstores.
Edmund F. Ward may not have been as famous as his Art Students League of New York classmate Norman Rockwell, but his works depicting White Plains history captured an aspect of the city that is the seat of Westchester County government.
The Greenwich Historical Society is set to unveil its bold new Cos Cob campus – complete with a new $12 million building alongside the National Historic Landmark Bush-Holley House – with festivities set for Oct. 6 and 7.
Shy but sweet, loyal and handsome. That’s 8-year-old Pomeranian Donovan.
Novelist Elin Hilderbrand was living an idyllic life on Nantucket when she was blindsided four years ago by breast cancer. She tells her story of survival and hope next month at the “More Than Pink” Luncheon in Darien.
WAG Wellness guru Giovanni Roselli is often asked from both fitness professionals and enthusiasts alike about his recommendations for books, shows, documentaries and apps regarding the health and fitness industry. Here are some of his top picks.
Michael Gitlitz’s career in the New York art world brought him full circle to his home and the neighboring Katonah Museum of Art.
With their focus on respecting the divine in each individual, the Quakers have had a profound influence on American culture.
Slavic in origin, the accordion can evoke the Bohemian polka or Austrian waltz, the Argentinean tango or Dominican merengue.
“In Venice for the annual Architecture Biennale earlier this summer, I was fortunate enough to spend a couple of nights at two of my favorite hotels, going all out grand on the Grand Canal,” WAG Wanderer Jeremy Wayne writes.
She may not know tin from aluminum, but comedian, author and NPR panelist and podcaster Paula Poundstone has a good idea what makes us happy – and what’s currently depressing the hell out of us.
Hudson Valley stone sculptor Bob Madden takes WAG along on his latest commission, which will be unveiled during this month’s 2018 ArtEast Open Studio Tour.
Two years ago, Didier Guillon, president and artistic director of Valmont Group, launched the Dragon Trilogy in tribute to wife Sophie, Valmont Group’s fiery CEO, who was born in the year of the dragon.
“Aloha” from some of the island’s best restaurants.
By far, the best results in breast reconstruction come when patients have nipple-sparing mastectomies and natural tissue breast reconstruction.
This Nuevo Latino restaurant in Mamaroneck brings together Mediterranean and Mexican cuisine to create food that pleases all the senses.
Come for the leaves. Stay for the art.
Following design rules may get the job done but it doesn’t create particularly inspiring rooms, Wares columnist Cami Weinstein writes. The first rule of design may be to break the rules for more creative, artistic spaces.
Capturing the beauty of the Hudson River through its concrete and steel structures.
In November 1968, Columbia Pictures released “Head,” a feature film starring The Monkees. The film was produced on a low budget of approximately $750,000 and, after a wave of withering reviews from the New York and Hollywood media, it was quickly withdrawn, grossing a mere $16,111 during its brief theatrical run. Fast-forward a half-century and “Head” is now considered to be among the most innovative works of the late 1960s.
With a powerful and impressive vocal range that encompasses opera, musical theater and Billie Holiday, Audra McDonald is the singer’s singer. Gregg Shapiro caught up with her ahead of her appearance at Carnegie Hall’s opening night gala.
Janine DiVita is a quadruple threat as an actress, singer, screenwriter and producer who also has time to help the military.
WAG’s list of local happenings and events in the month of October.
WAG entertainment writer Phil Hall offers an excerpt of his new book, “The Weirdest Movie Ever Made,” about a little documentary film on Bigfoot.
Maya Lin – the environmental artist who is perhaps best-known for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial – takes on the multifaceted Hudson in a new show at the Hudson River Museum.
In a crossover world in which dancers may do ballet one season and ballroom or Broadway the next, the Purchase Dance Company is ready for anything.