October 2007

In This Issue

Editors Page

Editors Page

Welcome to October, when the nip in the air brings back our appetites and gives us the energy to tackle our tasks with renewed enthusiasm. Maybe spread our wings, too.
Ribbons of Hope

Ribbons of Hope

Tremendous strides have been made in the treatment of breast cancer, and Greenwich women are exploring all of them — traditional and holistic
Travel without a Passport

Travel without a Passport

The Can-Do Girl

The Can-Do Girl

The Poetry Wars

The Poetry Wars

Banker John Barr Battles to Bring Poetry to the People. Why Is He Getting So Much Resistance?
For the Record

For the Record

Every ten years the State of Connecticut requires each town and municipality to submit a Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD). It seems like yesterday that we agonized through the last one, yet work has now begun on the new plan due December 31, 2008. The intervening years have borne witness to record-breaking residential building and public development and, to our consternation and frustration, greatly increased traffic. In these few years, the face of Greenwich has changed, probably much more than most of us had foreseen ten years ago.

 

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