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Agabhumi brings Bali to Stamford

Balinese jewelry and accessories store Agabhumi celebrates 10 years of business in Stamford this month.

From Barbie to Barteca

Ria Rueda, marketing director of the Barteca Restaurant Group, reflects on her journey from representing Barbie to marketing the popular Barcelona Wine Bar and Bartaco restaurants.

For the love of decor

Chappaqua resident and interior designer Brenda Kelly Kramer mixes chic modern updates with reinvented family heirlooms in her designs.

Nonprofit We Sing for the World finds a home in White...

We Sing for the World, a nonprofit organization started by Rye Country Day School alumna and professional opera singer Daniele Hager, recently found a home at the White Plains Performing Arts Center and has more shows underway.

New apartments aimed at young professionals

As downtown Stamford booms with new businesses and an expanding nightlife culture, market demand for rental apartments has increased as more young professionals are...

Making sense of the suburbs

Through a series of college jobs in real estate offices, Alison Bernstein, founding owner of The Suburban Jungle Realty Group, was introduced to that...

Fashion to dye for

Local designer and former supermodel Nancy DeWeir Geaney uses the ancient Japanese shibori dyeing technique to create all-natural silk scarves in her Wilton backyard.

Lyons honored at Stamford gala

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy honored Moira Lyons at a Stamford Center for the Arts’ gala, which featured a performance by Liza Minnelli.

Dylan Smith

Technique, talent and a good business plan

Cocktails and nosh with a sexy twist

cb5 Restaurant Group serves up margaritas, fun beats and indulgent bites – perfect for your next date or after-work powwow.

Italian heritage and horsepower

Car enthusiasts, collectors and other interested observers came out Oct. 2 for the Westchester Italian Cultural Center’s second annual Concorso d’Eleganza car show in Tuckahoe.

Socially (un)acceptable hiring practices

Hiring managers are advised to be cautious when using social media to screen candidates.

Healthy workers bring healthy returns

Companies are encouraging wellness in the workplace to boost workers’ health and productivity and the bottom line.

Realtor associations consider merging

WPAR and neighboring realtor associations are in merger talks and with no bumps in the road yet, the deal could go through by the end of the year.

The stuff dreams are made of

North American Ferrari CEO talks (auto) shop