August 2012: Table of Contents
All Dressed Up with Everywhere to Go!
From fun feathers to jaw-dropping gowns, the outfits we feature in our first annual Social Issue are pretty spectacular and we explain why they work so well.
by Carisha Swanson
It’s Not All Black and White
Imagine Cary Grant in a world without tuxedos. This year the ubiquitous black suit turned 150 years old. Explore the legend, lore and Greenwich connection to the birth of this classic.
by Jane Kendall
The Year in Review: Fabulous Fetes
There is no shortage of benefits in Greenwich. The year is chock-full of fantastic events that all raise money for great causes. Here, a recap of some of the crazy surprises, whimsical elements and sweet touches that we enjoyed this year.
by Riann Smith
The Backcountry Secret
In the second of our three-part series on unsolved murders in Greenwich we delve into the thirty-six-year-old mystery of Kim Klein and Martha Lema. The list of theories behind the execution-style murders goes on, but will there ever be full closure?
by Stephen Sawicki
From the Editor
From the Founders
Of Parties and Plumage
by Donna Moffly
New Spaces & Places: Tangerine, Plush Blow, Mantra Mind and Body Yoga; Angela’s Answers: Mister Rogers for the Next Generation; Calling all poets; Working the voting system
Party Time: Cool stuff for his perfect poker night; Chic stuff for her end of summer bash
People & Places
The Red Cross Greenwich Chapter; Greenwich Town Party; Eagle Hill School; Greenwich Historical Society, Mother’s Day Tea; Bruce Museum; Greenwich High School; Stanwich School; Greenwich Tree Conservancy; Port Chester Carver Center; Greenwich Historical Society; National Meningitis Association; Nathaniel Witherell
In Good Taste
eleven14 Kitchen at J House
by Mary Kate Hogan
Index of Advertisers
Dog Days of Summer