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Oliver Graziano,Yellow Lab/Vizsla Mix, 104

“Oliver’s favorite food was anything within his considerable reach. He stood tall on his hind legs to reach shrimp, sopersata, cheese, bread or anything on the kitchen counter.

A discernable palate, he once removed hot peppers from a sandwich I made and left unattended. Then he ate it. He would find the pill hidden in his food and place it alongside the bowl.” – Vincent Graziano Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Commission on Aging, Distinguished Lecture: “Resilience, Grit & Growth: Thriving in Challenging Times”

Crisis can create difficulties and challenges. For some, these challenges may prove insurmountable while others find strength and resilience allows emergence. Still others may grow – developing new skills and insights as they approach struggle. On Thursday June 14 at Greenwich Library’s Cole Auditorium, Kenneth Doka, PhD will present a talk entitled “Resilience, Grit & Growth: Thriving in Challenging Times.”

In this session, Dr. Doka will explore ways that both resilience or growth can be nurtured. Continue Reading →

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Best Summer Beach Read: Vincent Graziano’s “The Family Jewels”

Vincent Graziano, owner of Coxe & Graziano Funeral Home in Greenwich, has penned a page-turner of a novel, the perfect beach read this summer in Greenwich.
Set in Lower Manhattan’s Little Italy, the cast of characters includes the Rossini brothers, including Tommy and Jake, whose reversals of fortune draw them home to their ailing mother’s tiny apartment. There, they try to stay one step ahead of the men in nice suits and pinky rings after a man of the cloth is murdered. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Chamber of Commerce Annual Business Showcase Packs Eastern Greenwich Civic Center

Over 70 vendors, including businesses, non-profits and restaurants, participated in the Greenwich Chamber of Commerce business showcase, drawing crowds to the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center. Continue Reading →

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