May 2016

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?

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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.