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Yale Professor and Best Selling Author Timothy Snyder to Speak about New Book: The Road To Unfreedom

Yale Professor and number one best selling author of On Tyranny and has a new book out, The Road to Unfreedom and will give at talk at Greenwich Library on Wed, May 16, 2018. Tickets are now available to the public.  Please either print your tickets or have them available on your phone at the door for priority seating. General admission will begin at 6:45pm. Long before the election of Donald Trump, Timothy Snyder began to issue warnings concerning threats to American democracy. A leading expert in European history, he is well-versed in the events that saw early-twentieth-century Europe yield to fascism, Nazism, and communism. Continue Reading →

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Authors Live at Greenwich Library and the World Affairs Forum Present: Refugees and the Political Crisis if Our Time

The event features International Rescue Committee President and CEO, David Miliband Being Interviewed by Lori Esposito Murray, Council on Foreign Relations Continue Reading →

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GFP Speaker Series: Facebook Armageddon – Prepare Your Business for the Changes to Facebook

Jessica Reid and Craig Jones, founders of Greenwich Point Marketing.a

Social media marketing expert Craig Jones will explain how the major changes to the Facebook newsfeed will impact business pages, and what business owners can do to keep their content in front of readers and customers. Continue Reading →

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Hot Jazz: Donny McCaslin and Jason Lindner Heat up Greenwich Library during Peterson Concert Series

Donny McCaslin Photo courtesy Asher Almonacy

Greenwich Library’s Peterson Concert Series welcomed Saxophonist Donny McCaslin and keyboard player, Jason Lindner which comprise half of the Donny McCaslin Quartet, the ensemble that backed David Bowie on the pop icon’s final album, Blackstar, which debuted at #1 on Billboard’s album chart in 2016. Continue Reading →

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Chancy D’Elia: A Greenwich Businesswoman Who Persevered

Written by Olivia Luntz. Chancy D’Elia ran the Chancy D’Elia clothing store on Greenwich Avenue from 1932 until 2005. The operation started with a few pieces sold at the front of her uncle’s Snappy Cleaners. In 1932, she went to New York with her sister with $270 in the bank. They bought a few skirts, dresses, and sweaters, which were all snatched up immediately by one customer. In January 1945 she bought the building at 244 Greenwich Avenue, where her business operated until 2005. Continue Reading →

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