December 2012: Table of Contents
65 Things in 65 Years That Have Changed Our Town
For a small town, we sure have a lot going on. Here is a look at sixty-five pieces of noteworthy history, local gossip and quirky events that have made Greenwich a pretty interesting place to live.
by Donna Moffly
This magazine is all about profiling the folks who give our town personality. So it was a no-brainer to feature the two colorful characters responsible for its existence. To celebrate our 65th anniversary, we asked Donna and Jack Moffly to interview one another.
by Donna and Jack Moffly
The Write Stuff
A behind-the-scenes look at what our writers are thinking and feeling as they endeavor to bring you the stories that have been entertaining you for sixty-five years.
Little Boy Lost
The third and final installment in our series Unsolved Murders in Greenwich tells the heartbreaking story of Matthew Margolies. What happened that fateful day? Who are the many suspects who have been investigated? Are the police closing in on the killer?
by Timothy Dumas
From the Editor
Lynne Scalo combines contemporary chic with antique style; Paving the way at Tod’s Point; On the front lines: executive recruiter, Russ Reynolds; Historian Missy Wolfe chronicles our town’s early days; Shopping Around: Atelier 360
Dozens of great gift ideas
People & Places
Greenwich Adult Day Care; Greenwich Hospital; Greenwich Education Group; Greenwich United Way; Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich Muddy Up 4 Kids; Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk; Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich Alumni Golf Tournament; Alzheimer’s Association CT chapter; YWCA Spirit of Greenwich; Moffly Media
In Good Taste
by Mary Kate Hogan
Index of Advertisers
Bundling up at the beach