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Earth, Wind & Fire Heats up Stamford’s Palace Theatre

On Wednesday Earth, Wind & Fire performed before a packed house the Palace Theatre in Stamford. From their opener, “Sing A Song,” every audience member was on their feet and dancing. Following the action-packed two hour show, the artists personally greeted a small group of fans. Verdine White, who recently gave an exclusive phone interview with Greenwich Free Press, spoke to Sadie Smith in person. Continue Reading →

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Interview with Earth, Wind & Fire’s Legendary Funk Musician Verdine White

GFP’s Sadie Smith interviewed Earth, Wind & Fire’s founding member Verdine White, saying, “After just a few minutes on the phone, it’s easy to feel like the legendary funk musician is an old friend.”
Tickets are still available for Earth, Wind & Fire’s performance on Wednesday, May 30 at 7:30pm at the Palace Theatre in Stamford. Continue Reading →

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Husband and Wife Team Open “Salan H” on Mason Street

Husband and wife team, Alan and Daniela Hernandez, recently opened Salan H on Mason Street. In an interview they busted several myths and misconceptions about hair care. Along with colorist Connie Fusaro, they agreed that the “lob,” or long bob, and beachy waves are the most popular requests from clients. Continue Reading →

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YWCA Greenwich Shares How to Spot Domestic Violence and ‘Cut it Out’ during Visit to Hopscotch

Leslie Coplin, LMSW, Prevention & Outreach Coordinator, the owner of Hopscotch Salon, Hisao Oe, Meredith Gold, LMSW, Director of Domestic Abuse Services of the YWCA Greenwich and Yajaira Gonzalez, Community Educator and Bilingual Advocate July 7, 2017. Photo: Sadie Smith

About two dozen stylists at Hopscotch Salon on Railroad Ave attended a talk by the YWCA of Greenwich on how to spot signs of domestic violence. In Greenwich, domestic violence is the second most investigated crime and the number one violent crime. Continue Reading →

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