Kate Truesdell

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Waverly Girls Learn History of Hip-Hop at Greenwich Dance Studio

Molly and Grace Wills, founders of The Waverly Project, led a special outing to Greenwich Dance Studio on Saturday. Girls in the Waverly Project become Waverly Girls when they sign up for educational field trips and service projects. On Saturday they met Kate Truesdell, founder and owner of the popular studio in Cos Cob. Truesdell, a longtime friend of the Wills sisters, was selected as an entrepreneurial role model who persevered for years until the dream of having her own dance studio in Greenwich became a reality. The goal of the field trips is to expose young girls to different careers and passions of local businesswomen, artists, and professionals. Continue Reading →

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Green & Tonic: Get Juiced, Get Healthy, Get Rewarded

Make fun of health nuts all you want. Green and Tonic goes through 50 cases of kale a week. With a menu full of carefully selected, locally-sourced plant-based ingredients, Cai and Jeffrey Pandolfino’s juices and prepared foods, are both delicious and healthy. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Dance Studio’s Kate Truesdell Finds Home in Cos Cob

“I couldn’t have dreamed of a better location,” said Greenwich Dance Studio’s founder Kate Truesdell of her new home at 6 Cross Lane in Cos Cob. She has leased and is renovating the former Callahan Bros Movers warehouse, owned by Griff Harris, and plans to open in September. Continue Reading →

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