May 2016

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Features:

A Shore Thing

Mother Nature can huff and puff, but nothing will blow down this gorgeous waterfront home

Heroin: Too Close to Home

As the pharmaceutical industry made billions off of highly addictive opioid painkillers, the drug cartels quietly watched and waited. Their patience paid off and a booming customer base was created. Enter heroin. In the past three years, heroin deaths have nearly tripled in Connecticut alone.

What is going on?


Departments

Editor’s letter

FROM THE FOUNDERS
Of Recycling of Sorts
by Donna Moffly

Status Report
Buzz: Arch Street Teen Center is all grown up
Shop: Perfect summer hair; fun finds for Mom
Go: Primer to sailing the BVIs; Audi Q7
Home: Designer Carey Karlan’s tips for downsizing and decluttering; Low- maintenance plants that deliver high impact
Do: Greenwich International Film Festival’s screenings, parties and panels; Touch a Truck comes to town
Eat: Eastend

Finance Fix
Change of Plans

People & Places
Bruce Museum, Art of Design; Pitch Your Peers; Women of Vision Fairfield County; YWCA Greenwich, BRAVA; YWCA, Old Bags Collection Lunch; Stanwich School, Birthday Bash; Stanwich School, Fashion for Change; Educating Haiti; The Carver Center

Vows
Botsford–Sinclair; Antell–Balanoff Serraillier–Conte Plus a special weddings style report

Calendar

Index Of Advertisers

Postscript
Row, row, row your boat.