As first-time safari-goers who had heard about the luxury at this pre-launch property, we weren’t sure what we’d find. As it is, the “signs”—or “Ishara” in Swahili—bore fruit: we spent the week immersed in astounding luxury, enjoying a largely private viewing of lions, leopards, cheetahs, hippos, buffalo, elephant, giraffes, and zebras. Read More...
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New Orleans has its mojo back. A recent trip found the French Quarter hopping, restaurant reservations hard to get, and streetcars running at capacity. Read More...
If you are looking to entertain on Mother’s Day guests and want to bring the beautiful colors and flavors of spring indoors, this little vegan menu makes for a lovely buffet. All the recipes are easily adaptable for a non-vegan palate and if you want a fuller meal, it all goes well with some [...]
By Jeanine Behr Getz Earth Day is a great day to make your New Year eco resolution. I mark April 22 each year by adding or subtracting a change to my lifestyle that will hopefully have a better impact on our planet. This year I am attempting to kick my helium balloon habit. It’s going [...]
At The Barn, Downing Yudain Gallery Photography by ChiChi Ubiña Penny Putnam’s is the classic American story: small town girl from the Midwest (and then the South) goes to New York City to chase a career. A 35 year immersion in graphic design followed. Working initially for Raymond Loewy, the famous industrial designer, and eventually [...]
Hillary Carter has become a power house of knowledge and advocacy for the world of food allergies. Southern girl at heart, Hillary grew up in Atlanta, Georgia and made her way to New York City, read more...
Founder, Shaker’s Anonymous and Parkinson’s Body and Mind A Solution to Coping with Parkinson’s Disease Photography by ChiChi Ubiña Lynn Hagerbrant is a retired cardiac, intensive care nurse who has lived in Greenwich for 29 years and been active in the community helping people with Parkinson’s Disease since she was diagnosed with PD in 2010. [...]
By Joe Mattioli In March of 2020, I took my family on a seven-day charter on a 52-foot catamaran. Our son had recovered from a major health issue, and we promised we would take a family vacation of his choice. He suggested that we rent a boat and I started searching and asking questions. We [...]
Advocate for Patient’s Rights Photography by ChiChi Ubiña Betsy McCaughey has been in the public eye for over three decades – first as the scholar who derailed Hillary Clinton’s health bill by actually reading it, then as the Lt. Governor of New York State, and now as a New York Post columnist and television commentator. She’s clearly [...]