April 2010 Table Of Contents



Features

67 | Signs of Hope and Change
The real estate market has been a roller-coaster ride, for sure. But is the market finally showing signs of improvement? We take a look.
by Chris Hodenfield

74 | A Shore Thing
Renovating one of the most historic homes in Lucas Point is no small task. Yet the owners and their team managed to perfectly and painstakingly restore the structural integrity and accentuate the magnificent views.
by Suzanne Gannon   

88 | Men at Work
There’s a big difference between choosing and creating a career path. Meet three Greenwich residents who managed to find their own unique dream jobs.
by Stephen Sawicki  

98 | Where the Wild Things Are
Elephants, crocodiles, peacocks and lions are a few of the animals you'll find in Lucy and Nat Day’s backyard. But don’t worry, the only danger here is crabgrass.  
by Nancy A. Ruhling  

Departments

14 | From the Editor

23 | From the Founders
Our Library’s New Leader
by Jack Moffly

Of Fun and Foolery
by Donna Moffly

35 | Town Talk
Angela’s Answers: Angela Santomero; Motherrr.com; Fred in Old Greenwich

41 | People + Places
Historical Society; Greenwich Hospital; Bruce Museum; Greenwich Adult Day Care; Dundee School; Community Centers Inc.; Greenwich Catholic School; Allan Houston Legacy Foundation; Women of Vision Fairfield County; Folkman Research Institute; Greenwich Academy; Greenwich Branch of American Pen Women; Greenwich Elementary Schools; Greenwich Retired Men’s Association; Anti-Defamation League

109 | Weddings
Carella–Waters; Jennings–Janke; de Preux–Coby; Forero–Massucci; Lindskog–Morin

117 | In Good Taste
Coalhouse Pizza
by Mary Kate Hogan

121 | Calendar

135 | Index of Advertisers

136 | Postscript
Flowers are hot—from home to fashion
by Jennifer Miskowiec

 

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