Jamie and Will swiped right. After connecting through Tinder in 2013, the two met at the Crab Shell in Stamford for their first date soon after. They’ve been together ever since.
Phil and Griffin’s love has always taken center stage. At a Betty Who concert in the New York City, Griffin turned to Phil and asked him: “Do you trust me?” Phil, of course, said, “yes,” after which Griffin led him to the stage.
New Canaan’s and Darien’s town leaders review challenges and present tactics on how they will be overcome
New York Tent stakes a new claim in Fairfield County
With so many brunch options in town, you can easily celebrate Mom and Dad on their special day with a memorable meal that will appeal to the pickiest of foodies
Jim McHale of JP McHale Pest Management on his new app to de-bug your life
Talking beautiful baubles with Kirsten Rothe of Pomeline Jewelry
Whether solo or with friends, there’s plenty to do when you’re romantically unattached!
Peloton pumps up main street with a hybrid shop/workout studio
Our new columnist talks wellness, and how she plans to stay healthy in 2019.
Sarah and Garrett met at Darien High School over a decade ago.
Cava from Spain— the perfect bubbly for a winter feast.
Peter Chang’s vibrant Szechuan cuisine is now being served at his eponymous restaurant in Downtown Stamford.
The typewriter store backspace writes the next chapter of nostalgia in Westport
Betsy and Jon meet the new old fashioned way…online. Not long into their first coffee date, they realized they had much in common—both loved the outdoors, were avid runners and enjoyed cycling.
As the Greenwich International Film Festival heads into its fifth year, we look forward to what’s in store and take a look back at all the faces, films and philanthropy
Emily and Paolo met at Loyola University Chicago, where Paolo was in law school and Emily was in graduate school.
For sixty years the Junior League of Greenwich has been hard at work improving the quality
of life in our town. We recently joined current and former members for a walk down memory lane.
An old favorite gives us plenty of new reasons to make a reservation.
“Mining an Asteroid” starred areas teens, who easily could be mistaken for a Hollywood cast on the big screen.
Megan Walsh Henze & Nathaniel Atherton Bristol
At sixty, Mitchells celebrates its legacy of new fashion with timeless hugs
Nicole Persia Bozorgmir & Zachary Michael Goldbaum