July 2006

In This Issue

Behind the Headlines

Behind the Headlines

In the Driver’s Seat
Stamford: Shippan — Gateway to the Sound

Stamford: Shippan — Gateway to the Sound

Waterfront living is relaxed, friendly and only a five-minute drive from the train station.
Stamford: Fun in the Sun

Stamford: Fun in the Sun

Get outside and enjoy the beach, the nature center and more.
A Good Read and Much More

A Good Read and Much More

We checked out Greenwich book shops and book clubs to see what they are recommending for summer reading.
Of Baseball, Books and Battling Lyme

Of Baseball, Books and Battling Lyme

Don’t you just love the coming of July — when you can look forward to two whole months of summer before Labor Day sets in?
Hot Rod Heaven

Hot Rod Heaven

The Beach Boys helped win immortality for hot rods through their music, but Steve Memishian is keeping these classics alive and well right in his garage.
The Dot & the Damage Done

The Dot & the Damage Done

Lyme Disease is identified, classified, authenticated — and getting worse. So why can’t we get federal funds to fight it or even agree on a treatment?
Stepping Up to the Plate

Stepping Up to the Plate

The popularity of minor league baseball has taken off in America, and Jim Murphy, a Greenwich owner of the Bridgeport Bluefish, is rooting for his team.

 

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