Dr. Jeffrey Hoffman has logged more than 21.5 million miles and 1,211 hours in space. His resume includes performing the first unplanned, contingency spacewalk in NASA’s history, as well as the initial rescue mission to repair the optics of the Hubble Space Telescope in 1993.
Globally renowned artist Kay Griffith begins her world tour before her appearance at the 2019 London Biennale, at C. Parker Gallery in Greenwich, CT on Thursday, April 25th. The exhibit, titled “A Moment in Time” will showcase Griffith’s work, which employs oils on canvas with the masterful use of palette knives. Griffith, named a “Top 60 Masters of Contemporary Arts” by Art Tour International Magazine, will appear at the gallery for the opening reception on April 25th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. “Kay Griffith is looking forward to launching her tour in Greenwich and we’re delighted to showcase her work,” said Tiffany Benincasa, C. Parker Gallery owner.
The Greenwich Hospital Gift Shop has dozens of loyal volunteers including some who have returned year after year for three or even four decades. They find the work satisfying and enjoy the volunteer camaraderie.
Targeted to children 8-18, Jody Bell’s website, “In Case of Deportation,” features sections for emotional help, legal help, lawyers, and even a child preparedness plan which takes children though the process from how to have “the deportation talk” and to how to determine options in advance with parents. Continue Reading →
Dr. June is a Champion of CAR T-cell therapy, is one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People of 2018, and will be Honored by ACGT for His Vision and Accelerating the Momentum of Early Cancer Pioneers Continue Reading →
YWCA Greenwich believes this Stand Against Racism can be our way of uniting the Greenwich community in a bold demonstration that delivers a clear message: We are on a mission to eliminate racism. Continue Reading →
An application for a group counseling practice in a residential neighborhood returned to P&Z on Tuesday. The commission also saw applications from homeowners with an open space violation by Mianus Pond and the first application to come in under the new Waterfront Business Zone since it was overhauled. Continue Reading →
More than 140 volunteers from Fairfield, CT and Westchester, NY counties were honored at the Annual Greenwich Hospital Auxiliary Luncheon. Each year the hospital hosts the event to recognize and thank the women and men who provide more than 46,000 hours of service a year. Continue Reading →
“Today, in the State of Connecticut, there are 338 bridges that are rated structurally deficient – they have an average age of 69 years versus an expected life of 50 years. Four of these bridges are over 100 years old. The average age of all bridges in the state is 53 years. And roads: 7% of state roads are rated ‘poor.'” – Jackie Kaiko Continue Reading →
Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich is gearing up for another fun-filled and exciting summer season at Camp Simmons, Clubhouse Camp and Teen Camp. Registration begins on Tuesday, February 19, 2019. Continue Reading →