In honor of the passion Brother David Noble Theis had for his local community and his deeply rooted love of country, GHS seniors are encouraged to write a three-page essay, single spaced, on a historical event in the Town of Greenwich that had a lasting legacy or effect on the Town’s people and overall community.
Vincent Ferraro honed his twirling act at Luigi’s in Harrison. He was just 13, and that was his first pizza making job, but certainly not his first job experience. He’d had newspaper routes and even sold watermelons off the back of an open truck. “I became quite the ham,” he said of his twirling routine, which he has done for decades at Glenville Pizza. Though he does credit I Love Lucy for popularizing pizza twirling in the 70s, nobody does it quite like Vincent!
The Connecticut Commuter Rail Council is an independent state board that acts as an advocate for commuters on all rail lines throughout the State of Connecticut, (including the New Canaan, Danbury and Waterbury branches, Shore Line East railroad and the Hartford line. Continue Reading →
Consider a career in the animal welfare community learning from seasoned veterans in a three week program to care for rescued dogs for a private non-profit rescue kennel/shelter serving the Tri-State area for thirty-five years located just over the Greenwich town line in Armonk. Continue Reading →
Susan Cohen will discuss her first book in a slide show presentation on Thursday, February 18, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon at the Garden Education Center of Greenwich, 130 Bible St in Cos Cob. Continue Reading →
“I’m at a political rock concert. Crowd a bit scruffy, angry, passionate. The Donald intros his beautiful family, then takes the stage for an hour. Rhetoric in a million directions, constantly interrupts himself with random thoughts and comments, mostly about the nuances and his grievances about the campaign itself. Uses the word “pussy” for mere shock value; the man is a born entertainer…” – Lisa Wexler, radio personality reporting from New Hampshire Continue Reading →
Little Pub won first place in the Creative Chili category at Sunday’s MacChiliFest in Westport, where hundreds of guests slurped and sampled chili and mac ‘n cheese. Winners were determined by popular vote, and the top vote getter was Little Pub’s “Moroccan Picadillo Chili.” According to Little Pub owner Doug Grabe, the dish is not on the menu, but it will be a special this weekend here in Greenwich. Continue Reading →
Alan Mathis, Liberation Programs’ President and CEO described Dr. Juliana as uniquely qualified to help further the organization tackle the challenge of chronic relapse that many persons experience. Continue Reading →
On Monday Feb 8, both Chipotle locations in Greenwich will close from 11am til 3pm for an all-company food safety meeting being broadcast live to all locations from Denver. Following food poisoning outbreaks in their restaurants last fall, and an outbreak of the norovirus in Boston in Dec 7, the company initiated a new food safety program in January. The program includes paid sick leave for employees so that they’ll stay home if they are sick, DNA-based testing of ingredients before they’re shipped to restaurants, and some changes in food preparation protocols. Continue Reading →