April 2012: Table of Contents



Features

Welcome Home!
First impressions are everything. Here, we present five stunning homes with major curb appeal.

State of Real Estate
We examine the market—its indicators and influencers—to shed some light on what buyers and sellers alike should expect in the coming year.
by Chris Hodenfield

Mad Men of Greenwich
Greenwich was once home to many of the original Mad Men of advertising. So what do they think of their portrayal as womanizing boozehounds on the hit television show of the same name? You may be surprised.
by Chris Hodenfield

Comfort & Care
A look at the future of Nathaniel Witherell, one of only two town-run nursing homes in all of Connecticut.
by Stephen Sawick

Greenwich and the Civil War
Our town’s ties to the deadliest war in history run deep. More than 400 Greenwich citizens went off to battle. We explore their amazing stories of bravery and stoicism.
by Donna Moffly

Departments

From the Editor

From the Founders            
The Spirit of Old Greenwich
by Jack Moffly

Of Tales of the Gentlemen’s Bar Car
by Donna Moffly

Town Talk
Greenwich Town Party; A sneak peek at some new hot spots; Greenwich Youth Film Festival; Angela’s Answers: Family Friendly Dining; Bears for a cause; A well-heeled trunk show

Fab Finds
Fashion: Rainy day style
Beauty: Eye candy
Design: Curvy chic

Weddings
Emmanuel–Gardiner;
Gorka–Fritsch;
Burnett–Bernard;
Cornell–Harvey;
Pushchak–Fitzgerald

InGoodTaste
Rizzuto’s
by Mary Kate Hogan

Calendar

Index of Advertisers

Postscript
Signs of spring are blooming

 

Greenwich Agenda


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