February 2011: Table of Contents



Features

An Inspiring Journey
Making a difference is a way of life for Michael Chambers. As the director of the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency, he protects our environment from the impact of development. As an honored volunteer, he changes the lives of children and the underprivileged.
by Jill Johnson

Meeting the Press
Don’t let Jen Psaki’s small stature fool you. This young go-getter is on fire. She’s quickly rising up through the Washington, D.C. ranks and has
landed a coveted role as President Obama’s deputy communications director.
by Stephen Sawicki

Lost & Found
By focusing on prevention and rehabilitation, Family ReEntry helps to end the revolving-door cycle of crime that plagues so many in our criminal system. Its message that education, caring and determination does indeed work is gaining some serious attention.
by Bill Slocum

Departments

From the Editor

From the Founders
Malloy’s Budget Nightmare
by Jack Moffly
   
Of Things Romantic and Unromantic
by Donna Moffly

Notable Notes

Town Talk
Angela’s Answers: Avoiding the E-mailcation • Crumbs Bake Shop • Getmilkshake.com

People & Places
Bruce Museum, Circus!; Greenwich Riding and Trails; Greenwich United Way; Performing Arts Center at Purchase College; Dana’s Angels Research Trust; Bruce Museum, Dimensions in Dining; Pathways; Fairfield County Sports Commission; SPCA of Westchester; Hortulus; American Federation of Arts; International School at Dundee

InGoodTaste
Versailles
by Mary Kate Hogan 

Weddings
Weicker–Ix
Mifflin–Austin
Stein–Feltman
O’Shea–Gillis
Dickinson; Gleeson
Marmion–Morphy
Sakai–Pratt

The Buzz
Diane’s Books; Ralph Lauren/Town & Country Magazine; Richards of Greenwich

Calendar

Index of Advertisers

Postscript
Perfect products to help warm up the season
by Jennifer Miskowiec

 

Greenwich Agenda


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