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Business Leaders for Sustainability Announces The First Annual Earth Day Celebration on The Hill on April 21

Business Leaders for Sustainability, an international networking group for C-Suite executives focused on developing sustainability educational resources, sharing best responsibility practices, and facilitating measurable collaborations, has announced that it is organizing The First Annual Earth Day Celebration on The Hill at St. Barnabas Church on Sunday, April 21 from 5:00 to 7:00pm. Continue Reading →

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Steinway & Sons Showroom Greenwich Avenue to Close: Everything Must Go

Steinway & Sons is closing their location at 72 Greenwich Avenue where they have operated since 2018. This weekend they are liquidating all their pianos in the showroom. The inventory will be offered at significantly reduced prices on Saturday, April 13 and Sunday, April 14. Inventory is being sold on a first come first served basis. Customers can choose from new, used and rebuilt Steinway & Sons, Boston and Essex pianos. Continue Reading →

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How Long Will It Take To Design My Project?

“At nearly every sales consult to discuss a renovation, the client will ask us this question. Sometimes it takes the form of “When can you start?” Frequently we will be asked “How far out are you booked?” because they think this is what determines the possible start date for their project. Generally, it doesn’t. We can nearly always make a construction crew available when a client has their project ready to build!” – Scott Simonsen, Old World Craftsmen Continue Reading →

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The Joy of Pickleball: Stylish 4Joy Paddles Reflect Greenwich Entrepreneur’s Mission

The first inkling of an idea for a new brand of paddles came from the courts where Stacey Cleary and her husband Rich learned to play during Covid. 4Joy was born in Riverside, and the company is on a mission, with an early commitment to donate a portion of proceeds to four charitable organizations. Continue Reading →

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Neighborhood Facebook Groups Targets of Fraudulent Ads for Home Services


Car detailing, duct cleaning, garage door repair… homeowners can find supposed contractors offering up these services in their community Facebook groups on a weekly, sometimes daily basis. But, are these posts legitimate? In many cases, they aren’t. In fact, according to the CT Better Business Bureau, fraudsters have become so good at hijacking neighborhood Facebook groups, that moderators are having a hard time keeping up. These scammers often use persuasive language and attractive deals to entice unsuspecting homeowners. Continue Reading →

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