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Mary Shustack writes features for Westfair’s WAG magazine, as well as for the business journals. A graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia, her previous experience includes more than 20 years with the Gannett Company.

YoHo artists emerge from the ashes with studio tour

The event, set for May 6 and 7, will run from noon to 5 p.m. each day and offer visitors the chance to tour the YoHo Artist Studios and see how the art is created.

Giovanni Roselli muscles his way to a multi-hyphenate career

Roselli is a fitness expert and model, involved in projects with Nike, writing a column for an online resource for professional trainers and serving as the model for the packaging of a product called Maxi Climber.

Silvermine center spotlights the region’s artistic wealth

The famed Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan is showcasing the artistic wealth of the region in its latest exhibition, “Art of the Northeast.”

Animal-themed goods highlight Patricia’s Presents

Patricia Polk, a longtime jewelry designer, combines her specialty with gifts ideal for animal lovers in her Ridgefield boutique.

Casablanca Polo shop finds niche in Greenwich

In less than a year, Casablanca Polo in Greenwich has proven itself a popular destination for players.

Student Advocacy helps ensure children receive an education

Student Advocacy, an Elmsford-based nonprofit, combines an understanding of school systems with education law to advocate for children.

Hall of Fame honors the accomplishments of women

Barbara Finkelstein, CEO of Legal Services of the Hudson Valley, will be among those honored at the 2015 Women’s Hall of Fame luncheon.

Jeweler Peter Suchy captivated by his work

The gems dazzle, but the stories behind them are what truly captivate Stamford-based jeweler Peter Suchy.

Spinal-cord injury spurs second act for Bronxville man

The effects of a severe spinal-cord injury lead to the creation of award-winning skin care products.

Child First’s Dr. Darcy Lowell devoted to the very youngest

Child First serves children vulnerable to emotional and developmental problems, and abuse and neglect, through an intensive home-based model.

SavAdate helps find sweet spot on calendar for fundraisers

The online event-planning hub is designed to help nonprofits plan and promote their events.

The Halls bring Southern charm to Mercy College

Mercy College President Timothy Hall and his wife, Lee Nicholson Hall, have brought a dose of Southern hospitality to Dobbs Ferry.

The Local Vault filled with decorative treasures

Four Fairfield County women combine their decades of design savvy to create a new source for high-end, pre-owned local home decorative goods.

Lineup expands at The Shops at Nanuet

New stores will open at the open-air shopping destination in Rockland County.

ArtsWestchester plans ‘When It All Began’ gala

The organization's major fundraiser this year is drawing inspiration from the 1960s, a nod to its 1965 launch and upcoming 50th anniversary.