Even the most grown-up kids get a kick out of a care package. And—shhh—it can be fun for mom, too
We catch up with a former Teen to Watch, now a Princeton graduate and author of a new book
Going solo, with a little help from your financial friends who offer small-business loans
Global design with a sophisticated edge comes to Greenwich
Know before you go to avoid unpleasant surprises at the airport
Nina and Hugh met in Montauk, New York. Nina was in town for a friend’s bachelorette weekend and ironically met her own groom-to-be.
Greenwich Arts Council
Reflections on creativity and curiosity from Temple St. Clair
Graphic patterns add a whole new dimension
Tod’s Point-Greenwich Point Park
Film historian talks about sin on the silver screen before the Motion Picture Production Code killed the party
For his second act in town, Chef Rui Correia delights diners with the fresh and bold flavors of his native Portugal. And yes, seafood plays a starring role.
When the Artist Is Also the Physician
A design studio and gallery open their ultra-chic doors
Catie and Craig’s initial meeting gives new meaning to being on the right track. Craig’s roommate Travis Pfander introduced the two on the train ride to a Princeton homecoming game.
Alexander Saffi was clearly not a believer in the “three-day rule.” After a mutual friend introduced him to Cynthia Schmidt, he asked for her number and reached out to her the next day. Later that week, they went on their first date.
Sunday, October 15th, Historic Old Town Hall Green
No stranger to stand-up comedy, Jane Condon stands up for a cause
Breast Cancer Alliance
Tasteful changes at Wakeman Town Farm
The changes you’re looking for start with what you’re eating
Nathalie Gimon Farman-Farma reimagines the rich designs of centuries-old textiles