Tag Archives: Stamford

In Memory Of Stamford’s Lisa Colagrossi

In an instant she was gone. Just over one year ago 49-year old Lisa Colagrossi of Stamford, who was a beloved long time morning reporter for WABC in New York, died of a brain aneurysm on the job. She left behind a husband and two young sons. Leading up to this, she had had several weeks Read more…

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Swim Across America in Connecticut (Greenwich-Stamford) ~ June 27th

The Swim Across America is June 27th Swim in Fairfield County. Swim Across America was founded by Darien, Connecticut resident Matt Vossler and has succeeded in raising more than $60 million in funds to fight cancer. We hope you can help get the word out about this inspirational event and include some of the images Read more…

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The Avon Theatre in Stamford, Connecticut

Have you been to this adorable theatre in Stamford, Connecticut? You should check it out. Love, love, love the marquis on the building.  The Avon Theatre features the best of independent, world and documentary films, foreign and Hollywood classics and educational programming that enhances the cultural richness of the downtown Stamford community. Their Mission: The Read more…

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Art For Alzheimer’s Association

“Hope” – An Art for Alzheimer’s Event On Friday, March 27, 2015 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. the Stamford Art Association is hosting the opening reception for an art show and sale to benefit the Connecticut Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.  Show dates, open to the public, are from March 27 to April 23, 2015 at the gallery at 39 Read more…

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Sarah Edwards’ Need For Speed

Some day the goal is to reach 300 miles an hour on the strip as a drag racer. Right now 22-year old Sarah Edwards of Stamford, Connecticut has pushed it to 180 miles an hour in just over 7 seconds. She has a passion for speed and is driving every weekend that she can. Her Read more…

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Connecticut’s Gilded Age

Maggie Gordon of Stamford, Connecticut has just written her first book. As a lover of  history and a local reporter, she put the two things together and voila “The Gilded Age on Connecticut’s Gold Coast” was born. Gordon talk about the stories she found going back in time to the mid 19th century in Greenwich, Read more…

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Azuca and Gastro Bar Coming To Stamford

Stamford’s Azuca and Gastro Bar                                                                                                     Read more…

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Sinatra Meets “Mad Men” Style

No kitsch here, instead real mid century everything in a place called Irwin Feld Design~Mid Century Antiques. Walking into this gallery full of right-up-my alley-kind-of style, you could imagine Frank Sinatra walking around on a “Mad Men” TV production set. By the way, Sinatra’s favorite color was orange, that wouldn’t be a problem to find Read more…

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