November 2017

Features:

Heart & Soul

For the tenth year, we celebrate the heroes among us who are making the world—near and far—a better place to live. No task is too big or problem too grave for this group of dedicated men and women. Meet our 2017 Light a Fire honorees.

Joy to the Girls

Take two fast friends, seasonal décor with serious pop, and a sleigh full of Fireball shots, and you have the makings for one Martha-mazing holiday

Minding Their Business

Meet a group of millennials who are ditching corporate America (and we’re not talking backpacks and Birkenstocks) to follow their dreams of heading up successful businesses with a twist

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Description

DEPARTMENTS

Editor’s Letter

Status Report
Buzz: Storybooth founders Marcy and Josh Sinel; Holiday gift boutiques
Shop: Menswear-inspired finds; Splurge; Henry’s
Go: Portland, Oregon; Land Rover Discovery
Home: Laura Michaels Design Studio
Do: Cryotherapy: Is it for you?
Eat: Spirits for the Season

G-Mom
Holiday traditions to pass down through the generations

Finance Fix
What to consider when making philanthropic donations

People & Places
Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich: Endless Summer; Junior League of Greenwich: Touch a Truck; Greenwich Riding & Trails Association; BackCountry Jazz; Center for Hope; Greenwich Tree Conservancy; Moffly Media: Best of the Gold Coast; St. George’s Society of New York; Greenwich Leadership Forum

Vows
Breck–Wibergh;
Fogg–Shaw

Calendar

Index of Advertisers

Postscript
Masked bandits hit a local business.

 

 

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