The Chamber Music Society opens its 50th anniversary season.
Taki reminisces on his earliest days in New York City.
Norma Davidoff travels to Windsor, where she visits Frogmore House, a royal residence since 1792. Frogmore Cottage, where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will soon live, is also located on the grounds of Frogmore House.
Chauncey Stillman’s estate, Wethersfield, will host a carriage-driving meet.
The author of Coaches and Coaching Throughout the Ages, president of the Equine Heritage Institute, master teacher and evaluator for the Carriage Association of America, and four-in-hand coaching driver, tells why the art of four-in-hand endures in the modern age.
Our columnist reminisces on summer loves of the distant past.
Here’s what a wise man recently said: “Our youth love luxury, they have bad manners, contempt for authority, they show disrespect for their elders, and no longer rise when a lady enters the room. They chatter instead of exercising, gobble up their food, and tyrannize their teachers.” Well, in the great scheme of history, I …