Our annual arts issue says it with music as many of our stories consider the soundtrack of our lives and history.
“Amazon” – as in the river that snakes through South America and the idea of bold women – is having a moment in our area, spotlighting a word and a concept, powerful females, that have been fraught for Western civilization.
With his passion for art, architecture and science, Robert Wolterstorff, the new Susan E. Lynch executive director and CEO of Greenwich’s Bruce Museum, would seem the right man to oversee its renovation and expansion.
Port Chester’s Ballet des Amériques celebrates the universality of dance and unity of all the arts, says artistic director/choreographer Carole Alexis.
“Six,” a blockbuster talent show of a musical about the resilient wives of Henry VIII, prepares for Broadway.
We tend to think of movies as visual. But the Jacob Burns Film Center is teaming with the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts to shine a trending spotlight on movie soundtracks.
Musician and academic Christopher Brellochs shares the adventures of his “Music of the Gilded Age in the Hudson Valley” sabbatical, when he explored the area’s rich history through the music that might have been played during the period’s glory days.
You won’t find John Galliano’s anti-Semitic scandal in “John Galliano for Dior,” a sumptuous tome by Thames & Hudson that keeps the focus on the fashion.
Longtime fiber artist Karen Madden is sparked by a new creative direction – working in metal
Eleish van Breems Design, the Westport studio known for promoting an artful Nordic aesthetic, expands its reach with Eleish van Breems Home. This new retail shop just around the corner offers home furnishings, antiques, décor and gifts.
One of the most highly anticipated art exhibitions to open this fall is “J.M.W. Turner: Watercolors From Tate,” comprising 90 works by the British artist – including paintings that have never been shown on the side of the Atlantic. And Mystic Seaport has got them.
Katonah native Ben Mandelker was a comedy writer driving for Uber. Then his podcast with fellow funnyman Ronnie Karam, “Watch What Crappens,” happened.
At the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, executive director Cybele Maylone takes up the challenge of presenting the best in today’s art.
Bean there, done that – Jeremy Wayne smells the coffee in Port Chester.
The love of the sea — and a house by the sea — knows no season, as demonstrated by this exhilarating Old Greenwich home,…
Meghan Spiro is a Hudson Valley photographer whose “day job” is working as a commercial photographer and designer. But her artistry continues beyond the workday. Spiro uses her own time to explore social issues ranging from conservation to domestic violence.
In a nutshell, Noomi organic peanut butter is designed to go beyond the taste buds and help you create your best life.
Sisley Paris, the luxe French beauty line with American headquarters in White Plains, keeps upping its game with new skin, hair and makeup products.
“Art, in its many forms, brings life to living,” says WAG’s Wares columnist Cami Weinstein, and that is especially true in the home.
Few ceramic artists were more driven than the 19th century’s Hugh C. Robertson.
“…Though we offer high-end auctions,” says Katie Banser-Whittle, regional director of Skinner Auctioneers & Appraisers, which has a new office in White Plains, “we also consider things in all price points that people don’t have an outlet for.”
Painter Agnes Martin created a serene body of work that reflected a Zen philosophy despite – or maybe because of – the difficult circumstances she contended with in her long life.
Designed by South Norwalk architectural firm Shope Reno Wharton, this Colonial on Forrest Avenue is one of Rye’s finest and most exclusive waterfront properties.
A formerly dull London district is now on everybody’s to-go list.
You’re smart to travel on Air France, which offers one of the best business class service on the planet.
Visiting Tennessee, a place of both cultural and natural beauty, Barbara Barton Sloane was overwhelmed by affection for a place she had known nothing about
Kelly Dantas’ new Chocoylatte café offers high quality goodies – along with lunch fare – in a manner that lets you indulge without too much guilt.
Room with a view – the Thai / Malay restaurant on the banks of the mighty Hudson.
Making wine in Austria’s ravishingly rocky Wachau region is a bit like planting vineyards on Manhattan isle. But Domäne Wachau has managed to produce some very gneiss, er, nice wines.
Forewarned is forearmed when it comes to skin on your special day.
Parents must learn to strike a balance between helping their teens get into college and doing it for them.
When taking a step back, you may find that you already have everything you are looking for.
Rescued from a high-kill shelter, Gunner remains one easygoing guy.
Breeding alpacas on Ideuma Creek Farm in Unadilla, New York, John and Denise Jacobus lead a pretty idyllic life. So what more could they want? Puppies, of course.