It's Time For The Comfortable To Wine Dine And Pocket Line.
Give me a break?
Among those attending the let's get to know George party were Stamford Mayor Dan Malloy and his wife, Cathy; Mary and Brian Cashman, general manager of the New York Yankees; Judy and Archie Cox, chairman of Barclays Americas; John and Janet Hartwell, head of Greens Farms Academy; Bishop William Lori; Janene and Richard Edlin, senior partner of the law firm Greenberg Traurig; Westport residents Chris and Jim Corgel of IBM; Bob Arnold, head of Family Centers; Judy and Tom McLane, CEO of RSR Partners; Mr. Corvino of Greenwich Hospital; Greenwich residents Nancy and Walter Raquet, CEO of WR Capital Management; Stamford residents Maryann and Jay Chai of J.W. Chai Consultancy; Jim Cabrera, managing partner of Antares; and Greenwich residents Lincoln and Irene Millstein. Mr. Dilenschneider is founder and CEO of The Dilenschneider Group, a global strategic counseling firm headquartered New York City.
Now you know why bad news about Jim Cabrera and Antares is always broken by out of town reporters from out of town newspapers.
I guess long suffering Glenville and Hamilton Avenue parents were invited but I said no thanks...
Let me add, the people like Lincoln and Irene Millstein are doing the Brown Nose Poke, as a form of insurance against any investigative reporting and their class of back country buddies.
....it's all about wanting their money and a few good little headlines.
Aren't Lincoln and Irene Millstein so wonderful sitting comfortable while little children on the Western end town are afflicted by not having a school to go to.
While Lincoln and Irene Millstein were were sleeping in after partying with the owners of the Greenwich Time, Glenville mothers are waiting in the Stop and Shop parking lot forgotten by the newspaper.
Stamford Mayor Dan Malloy. What's up with that?.....
Is Malloy kissing Hearst Media A$$, because he has something that is going to need a cover up?
When is George Irish going to show up on the streets of Greenwich and meet the real people of Greenwich. maybe George should meet with Hamilton Avenue parents who are repeatedly ignored by Greenwich Time Education Reporter Colin Gustafson.
Maybe George Irish should stop partying with insiders who want protection and do his job and ask Colin Gustafson why he has not reported on the Water Flowing into to the "New" 30 Million Dollar School and Heavily Damaging Three Brand New Classrooms.
Year After Year The Greenwich Time Has Lost Relevancy And Subscribers Protecting Town Hall And The Back Country Set.
While Citizen Journalists like, Bill Clark, Chris Fountain and Greenwich Diva gain new readers month after month after month.
Psychologist, repeatedly tell us that the definition of insane is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.
George Irish's failure will be because he reached out and comforted the comfortable in Greenwich. George Irish's failure will be because he did not send Greenwich Time reporters out to report when the weakest members of Greenwich society were being afflicted.
If George Irish doesn't put an end to compliant compliant media operations in Greenwich, then he will be a Big Fat Failure in town.
There are other new online media outlets that are ready, willing and able to eat George Irish's lunch if he is not willing to boldly go into the Greenwich Time newsroom and shake it up.
If George Irish is not relevant to Greenwich news readers, then his shrinking Greenwich Time newspaper and stagnant website will not be relevant to advertisers.
Soon Greenwich advertisers are going to say I need to advertise in a Hyper Local medium that is relevant to readers with in 2 to 7 miles of my business.
I don't need a compliant newspaper that serves the powers that be in Stamfortd, Darien, Norwalk or freaking Bridgeport.
George Irish should start having dinner with all the voices that are in Greenwich before they become bloggers and say,
"George can you hear me now."
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Joe Pisani, Susie "The Dish", Jan Dilenschneider, Richard Dilenschneider, Lincoln Millstein, Irene Millstein, Jim Cabrera, Walter Raquet, Greenwich Post Editor Kristan Zimmer, Bishop William Lori, Stamford Mayor Dan Malloy and his wife, Cathy are invited and welcome to comment on this or any other Greenwich Roundup story by sending an email to GreenwichRoundup@gmail.com or clicking on the comments link at the end of this post or any other post.
Was Mr. Pisani or Mr. Hersam at the party?