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10/28/08 Once Again Greenwich Post Editor Kristan Zimmer Is Engaging In Unethical Behaviour That Violates Journalistic Standards


Shameless Self Promotion

At The Greenwich Post


Shame, Shame, Shame

On Greenwich Post Editor

Kristen "I Always Sell Out My Readers"Zimmer

Pisani gives speech at Salvation Army event

Supposedly Written by Kristan Zimmer

Joseph F. Pisani, former editor and senior vice president of Greenwich Time and the Stamford Advocate was keynote speaker at the recent annual meeting of the Greenwich Service Unit of the Salvation Army held at Luca’s Steak House.

Mr. Pisani, a principal with the Dilenschneider Group in New York City, spoke about “a spiritual malaise of the baby boomer years,” and congratulated the local Salvation Army Unit on its many years of service to needy Greenwich residents. “Happiness is in giving and surely that is your reward,” he said.

Community Gifts Coordinator Alison Brush from the Greenwich Social Services Department, who also serves as liaison to the Salvation Army Service Unit, reported that in fiscal 2007-08 there were 60 requests for emergency aid including the prevention of evictions and utility shut-offs, 24 cases; purchasing beds and other furniture, 12 cases; car repair, tires and payment, five cases; air conditioners, three cases; and aid for fuel, medical care, glasses, clothing, and moving, seven cases. Two hundred twenty-eight children received boots and shoes for the Back to School Program; 20 children and 25 seniors were granted camperships; food was purchased for the Social Services Department’s Emergency Food Closet; and eight requests for Stop & Shop shopping cards were granted. Additional aid from the Service Unit included Greenwich Adult Day Care, six cases; child care, two cases; employability, three cases and heavy duty cleaning, three cases. Mrs. Brush also reported that in July, the Greenwich Service Unit held its third annual Food Drive at Town Hall where employees donated more than 500 pounds of food for Neighbor to Neighbor and the Social Services Department’s Food Closet.


Comment:

Once Again Ex-Greenwich Time Editor Joe "The Censor" Pisani


Grenwich Roundup Sources Tell Us That Greenwich Post Editor Kristan Zimmer Did Not Even Write The Article Above Even Though She Put Her Name On The By Line.

In Fact, They She Was Not Even At The Salvation Army Event Held At Luca's Steak House.

Our Source Is Speculating That The Article Was Actually Written By One Of Joe's Girls Possibly His So-Called "Adopted" Daughter Susie "The Dish" Costaregni, Who Just Happened To Be Joe's Favorite Student Back In Catholic High School.

The Article Supposedly Written By Greenwich Post Editor Kristan Zimmer Mentions That Joe Pisani Is The Ex-Greenwich Time Editor, But Fails To Mention That Online Traffic And Print Circulaion Shot Up Over 22% After Pisani And The Other Ex-Greenwich Time Employees That Hang Out At Our Greenwich Were Fired By The Papers Owners.

If Greenwich Post Editor Kristen Zimmer Really Did Write The Shameless Self Promotion Piece, Then Why Didn't She Mention That Joe"The Censor" Pisani Works For Free At The Kitty Litter Liner Known As The Greenwich Post.

It Is Unethical For A Newspaper To Write About One Of It's Editorial WritterAnd Not Mention In The Article That The Person Is Not Affiliated With The Newspaper. It Ok For The Greenwich Post To Shamelessly Promote The Efforts Of Joe Pisani As He Tries To Revise History And Salvage What Left Of His So-Called Legacy.

However, The Little Puff Piece Should Read Something Like Joe Is Great, Joe Is Wonderful And Joe Is Fantastic Even Though He Helped Martha Moxley's Killer. Oh By The Way, Joe Is One Of Our Columnists.
The Failure Of This Greenwich Time Puff Piece To Mention Joe Pisani Causes One To Think That It Was Written By Pisani Or One Of The Ex-Greenwich Time Girls Like Joy Haenlein, Because It Is Rummored Around Town That They Are Embarrassed That They Are Still Unemployed From The Newspaper Business After Six Months.
Joe Pisani And His So-Called "Adopted" Daughter Susie Costaregni Are Not Proud That They Are Working Toghther For Free At The Local Weekly Rag Known As The Greenwich Post. They Probably Are Trying To Stay Visible As They Look For Another Newspaper Into The Ground.
But, Who Knows Maybe Greenwich Post Editor Kristen Zimmer Did Violate Basic Journalistic Standards And Decided To Take The Unethical Route And Not Mention That Pisani Was A Volunteer Columnist At The Greenwich Post In Her Little Puff Piece.
This Would Not Be The First Time That Kristen Zimmer Violated Basic Journalistic Standards And Behaved In An Unetical Way - Remember When She Fired Paid Greenwich Post Real estate Reporter Chris Fountain, When Local Real Estate Companies Complained About Him Warning Of The Coming Down Turn Of The Greenwich Real Estate Market.
If You Want More Proof Of Unethical Behaviour At The Greenwich Post Then Just Read These Email Exchanges Involving Assistant Editor Sara Poirier and Editor Kristan Zimmer.
Unethical Greenwich Post Editor Kristen Zimmer Sold Out Greenwich Post Readers Before And Now She Is Doing It Again.
If Joe Pisani Is Truly Worried About His legacy He Should Ask Martha Moxley's Family To Forgive Him And He Should Start Apologizing To Bill Clark And The Other Bloggers Of Greenwich And Stamford Who Treated Badly While He Was Editor Of The Greenwich Time And Stamford Advocate.
But Joe Pisani Only Likes Talking About Christian Values And Not Demonstrating How A Real Humble Christian Is Supposed To Live.

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10/27/08 READER SUBMITTED COMMENTS: Pisani's gorgeous party


Pisani's Gorgeous Girls Gone Greenwich
Greenwich Hyatt - That Is


Mr G RU Editor,

The word "gorgeous" is defined as "beautiful, striking, good-looking, etc"

Was Ms. Joy Hanlinn refering to physical or inner beauty? And why point out THE PISANI WOMEN at all? Gosh, were the rest of the women trasy?

If the Pisani Quatro were just average, maybe Joy wanted to give them a much needed compliment. Was it their bored and irritated STRESSED demeanor??? at having to be at a political fund raiser mock mucho gratias Joe Pisani party.... thrown by the local librarian ?.... FUNDED by the City of Stamford?

And who was at the library working that specific night? Did they close early? Was story hour was canceled? Was Greenwich or Stamford police called in to route traffic and protect all the VIPs (?????) Was Snoop Dog there too? These are the facts I want to know about.

Beautiful people are everywhere....there isn't a need to point out the four more. Was Sandy giving out beauty tips in the ladies room? What tips?

If Joe Pisani's daughters and his wife (?) Sandy are, in fact, "GORGEOUS," they probably already know they are. So, why did Joy have to make any references to their beauty?

Was Joe overtly checking out other gorgeous babes ? That noticable, huh?

If, on the other hand, the Pisani women have internal beauty, now that is a very nice compliment. I'm sure they are lovely women.

And what about Joe's adopted daughter Suzy? Was she gorgeous too? Jan Dilenschneider is a hot mama quita, was she there? Inquiring minds want to know who else was a HYATT HOTTTTTTTTTHONNY!!!!!!!

How much did the scalpers get for tickets?

Joy, you seem to be very aware......can you tell us some more?

Love,
Gloriously Gorgeous Greenwich Girl
  • How many times have public funds and resources been misused?
  • Greenwich Roundup Exclusive
  • Ex-Greenwich Time Editor Creates Controversy Where Ever He Goes.
  • More On The Ferguson's Library Funded Dan Malloy Political Event
  • Fergouson Libray Director And Employees Working For Malloy
  • Taxpayer Fergouson Computer Server Used For Political Event
  • Ferguson Library Tax Dollars Used To Pay For Pisani And Malloy's Private Party.
  • "What really struck me that night was the selflessness and sacrifice of the people who labored for months to put this affair on, starting with the major domo, Ernie DiMattia, head of the Ferguson Library in Stamford" - Joe Pisani (Our Greenwich - Oct 21st, 2008 )
  • "For tickets or more information, call Melanie at 351-8206 or email mailto:emailmkeiffer@fergusonlibrary.org." - Susie Costaregni (Greenwich Post - DarienTimes - New Canaan Advertiser - Thursday, October 16, 2008)
  • Ernie DiMattia, head of the Ferguson Library in Stamford and Melanie Keiffer Have Not Responded To Greenwich Roundup messages left seeking comments about the Furuson's ticket sales for Pisani's private party.
  • Maybe Ct Attorney General Blumenthal should investigate
    the improper use of public funds and resources
    used at the very event he was giving a presentation
    .
  • by joyhaenlein
  • There were high points aplenty during last weekend’s toast-and-roast testimonial at the Hyatt in Old Greenwich for Joe Pisani, my friend and colleague. The turnout was strong, with guests from various parts of Joe’s life over the last 25 years, and many of those through his work with The Advocate and Greenwich Time.
  • (I’m always shocked to see Joe’s four daughters. They are so gorgeous — each could be a super-model tomorrow. They also look like Joe. How is this possible, I always wonder? Then comes the aha! moment: Sandy Pisani, Joe’s gorgeous wife.) .......
  • Comment:
  • No self respecting mainstream newspaper or blogger covered Joe "the Censor" Pisani's tribute. Only Joe "The Censor" Pisani covered his party at his own little website called "Our Greenwich". Plus Joe was able to get his former subordinate Ex-Greenwich Time writer Joy Haenlein to tell us how "shocked" to see Joe’s four "gorgeous" daughters.
  • Joy further writes,"Then comes the aha! moment: Sandy Pisani, Joe’s gorgeous wife."
  • Could someone please tell me what's up with that.
  • Why is there this great need to publicly reassure Sandy and her four girls that they are sooooooo gorgeous !!!!!!
  • This kind of gives one a little wierd and creepy feeling that says something is just not Kosher here.
  • No wonder Hearst Newspapers fired Greenwich Time Staffers Joe Pisani, Joy Haenlein and Susie Costaregni All At The Same Time.
  • Who Is Going To Take Sarah Littman and "Our Greenwich" Seriously If Is Associated With The Juvinile High School Girl Style Writtings Of Joy Haenlein and Susie Costaregni.

10/27/08 PRESS RELEASE: Foundation chaired by Greenwich Resident Nears $1 million in Support for Affordable Housing

Fairfield County Collaborative Fund for Affordable Housing

NEWS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Julia Brennan at 203-227-9755, jbrennan@lisc.org or

Betty Cordellos at 203-656-0207, C-PR@att.net

Fairfield County Collaborative Fund for Affordable Housing

489 Post Road East . Westport, CT 06880 Tel: 203-227-9755

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Fairfield County Community Foundation Invests In Affordable Housing

$300,000 Leadership Grant bolsters Collaborative Approach to

the Affordable Housing Crisis throughout Fairfield County

(Westport, CT – October 28, 2008) The decline in the price of the average single family home in Fairfield County to $545,000 will not benefit the 52,000 families across Fairfield County who can neither afford half a million dollar asking prices nor find an appropriate place to rent in the most expensive rental market in the nation. Recognizing that an entrenched affordable housing crisis requires a long term concerted effort, the Fairfield County Community Foundation (the Community Foundation) has renewed its leadership level commitment to addressing one of the region’s most pressing and persistent problems. The Community Foundation has awarded $300,000 to the Fairfield County Collaborative Fund for Affordable Housing (the Collaborative Fund) to spur the production and preservation of affordable housing throughout Fairfield County. W. Michael Funck of Greenwich is Chairman of the Board of the Fairfield County Community Foundation.

The Collaborative Fund was formed in 2006 by the Fairfield County Community Foundation, corporations, banks, United Ways and private charitable organizations to address the growing shortage of affordable housing in Fairfield County that threatens the quality of life and the future economies in each of the county’s interdependent towns and cities.

Since its first grant award in 2007, the Fairfield County Collaborative Fund for Affordable Housing has awarded $905,000 in grants to eight qualified non-profit housing developers working in Fairfield County. These nonprofit developers have a substantial number of units--more than 1,000--in the development pipeline and 1,083 units under management. In total, these projects and properties will benefit 5,010 residents of Fairfield County.

This is the third consecutive year that the Fairfield County Community Foundation has endorsed the Collaborative’s work with a major leadership grant. A long time advocate and supporter of affordable housing, the Community Foundation was also one of the driving forces behind the formation of the Collaborative Fund for Affordable Housing in 2006. The 2008 grant is the largest grant in the Community Foundation’s history and underscores its commitment to addressing one of Fairfield County’s most pressing regional needs. This year’s commitment brings the Foundation’s support to $900,000 since 2006.

“We created the Collaborative Fund because we realized that by working together, private funders can have a greater impact on the affordable housing issue,” said Susan Ross, president and CEO. The Collaborative Fund now has 21 active private funding members, making it the largest collaborative fund in Fairfield County.

The Collaborative Fund maximizes donor resources and impact to encourage larger scale production of quality housing by strengthening nonprofit housing developers who are already working to produce affordable rental and ownership housing across Fairfield County. In addition to core operating support, the Collaborative Fund provides technical resources to develop community partnerships that will bolster the long-term sustainability of these housing initiatives. The Connecticut office of Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), a nationally recognized nonprofit leader in providing financial and technical assistance to nonprofit housing developers, manages the Collaborative Fund on behalf of the funders. The Collaborative operates from office space donated by the United Way of Coastal Fairfield County in Westport, CT.

The Fairfield County Community Foundation promotes the growth of community and regional philanthropy to improve the quality of life throughout Fairfield County. Individuals, families, corporations and organizations can establish charitable funds and contribute to existing funds. The Foundation also provides philanthropic advisory services and develops and leads initiatives to tackle critical community issues. It is in compliance with the Council on Foundations' national standards for community foundations. The Fairfield County Community Foundation merged with the Greater Bridgeport Area Foundation in January 2008. The merged Foundation's net assets exceed $130 million. The combined history includes over $100 million in grantmaking to nonprofits in Fairfield County and beyond. For more information, visit http://www.fccfoundation.org/.

To learn more about the affordable housing crisis and how the Collaborative Fund is pooling financial and technical resources to generate the creation of more affordable housing, please phone Julia Brennan, Program Officer of the Collaborative Fund at 203-227-9755 or e-mail jbrennan@lisc.org.

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IMAGE: (l-r) Julia Brennan, Program Officer, Fairfield County Collaborative Fund for Affordable Housing and Greenwich resident W. Michael Funck, Chairman of the Board, Fairfield County Community Foundation and a Senior Advisor at Hynes, Himmelreich, Glennon & Company, a financial planning and wealth management firm located in Darien, CT, tour the newly completed Madison Smith Apartments in Stamford developed by New Neighborhoods, Inc., one of two Stamford-based major beneficiaries, with Mutual Housing Association of SW CT, of Collaborative Funding. Building and preserving affordable housing is a priority for the Fairfield County Community Foundation. A $300,000 Grant from the Fairfield County Community Foundation (http://www.fccfoundation.org/) to the Fairfield County Collaborative Fund for Affordable Housing is being pooled with funds from other private sector donors to spur production and preservation of affordable housing by nonprofit housing developers throughout Fairfield County. Underscoring its long term commitment to a coordinated county-wide approach, this leadership grant is the largest competitive award in the Community Foundation’s history for a third consecutive year and brings its commitment to $900,000 since 2006.

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10/27 - 10/28/08 The Raw Greenwich News Feed Or Weird But True - Crappy Reporting Sells Well In Greenwich - Go Figure

Pride Before The Fall
The Daily News Is Once Again America's
Fifth Largest Newspaper

DUH,

We
Did
What???
Total Circulation Figures Tell The Shocking Truth
Even with a 22% Increase the Greenwich Time still comes in third place behind the Greenwich Post and it's own sister paper the Greenwich Citizen.

Circulation Greatly Improved After Unpopular
Ex-Greenwich Time Editor Joe Pisani Was Fired

Circulation Soars After Susie Costaregni, Sarah Darer Littman, Joy Haenlein, and John Ferris Robben Were Fired By Hearst Newspapers

....The New York Times reported losing 3.58 percent of its daily readers to 1,000,665 and the Los Angeles Times dropped 5.2 percent to 739,147.

Five of the top 25 newspapers reported double-digit losses: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shed 13.62 percent; the Houston Chronicle lost 11.66 percent; the Boston Globe lost 10.18 percent; the Star-Ledger, in Newark, N.J. shed 10.4 percent; and the Philadelphia Inquirer lost 11.06 percent.....
....The Top 25 participating U.S. newspapers reported varying figures, with the Houston Chronicle gaining 4.33 percent in combined print and online figures, and the Dallas Morning News reporting a 21.91 percent downturn from the September 2007 Audience Fax release.

Connecticut dailies the Greenwich Times and The Stamford Advocate had the highest combined print and online gains, reporting increases of 22.13 percent and 20.01 percent, respectively.....
Comment:

If You Want An Audience Start A Fight.

It Is Often Said....


All Publicity Is Good As Long As They Spell Your Name Correctly.

Or As Brendan Behan Said...


There's no such thing as bad publicity except your own obituary.


Maybe All Of This Bogging About The Crappy Reporting About The Greenwich Time Has Helped The Greenwich Time's Online Gains During The Past Six Months.

As Greenwich Bloggers like Chris Fountain, Bill Clark And Greenwich Roundup Have Played Beat The Press With The Greenwich Time, Their Links Have Increased Interest In Local News And Provided Free Advertising To The Greenwich Time And Other Local Mainstream Papers.

Now You Know Why The Corporate Suits At Hearst Newspapers Look At The Greenwich Time Web Logs And Smile at all of That Internet Traffic Sent From Greenwich Bloggers.

Think About It.

What Have The Corporate Suits At Hearst Media Done Except For Firing Pisani And His Circle Of Insiders That Would Account For A 22.13 in Online And Print Gains.

What Else Has Changed At The Greenwich Time Except That The Newspaper Has Moved Away From Hyper Local Reporting And Started To Combine Web Site Features With The Connecticut Post.

The Sad Part Is That.....

Jim Zorba Is Probably Learning About The Favorable Audit Bureau of Circulation Report Today From Greenwich Roundup.

Managing Editor Jim Zorba, Has For the last Four Or Five Weeks Has Been Filling In For Ex-Greenwich Time Editor David Warner, Who Replaced Ex-Greenwich Time Editor Joe Pisani last May.

It's Not Like There Has Been A Cohesive Management Structure At The Greenwich Time That Could Have Orchestrated This Circulation Turn Around.

Years Of Greenwich Time Losses Were Reversed only During The Last 180 Days, Because Citizen Journalists And Bloggers Created Renewed Interest In Local News And Challenged The Mainstream Daily.

The Greenwich Time Has Learned That Competition Is Good.

In The Last 180 Days The Greenwich Time Is Up By Over 20%

Greenwich Roundup Is Up Over 350% During The Same Time Period.
Maybe, You Are Still Not Convinced About The Power Of A Greenwich Roundup Link.
Do You Remember This Post From About A Month Ago.
We Reported That When You Not one single link for Joe Pisani's "HOT" New Blog Called "Our Greenwich" There Was Not One Link For Our Greenwich.
We Even Posted The Top 10 Google Results Out Of 12,300,000 references for "Our Greenwich"
Well For The Last Month Greenwich Roundup Has Been Mentioning Our Greenwich And Pisiani At Least Three Or Four Times A Week.
Well Guess What The Number One Listing For A Google Search Of "Our Greenwich" Is Now.
Our Greenwich
Two weeks ago, we had an post on Uncivil Civics here on OurGreenwich, in which the implication was that the uncivility was a one-way street aimed at the ...ourgreenwich.com/ - 53k -
Our Greenwich Should Say
Thank You Greenwich Roundup.
When One Uses Some Web Searching And SEO Tools They Will Find That Sarah Litman Web Page Has Provided Links To Our Greenwich, as well as, 1 Mention From The Greenwich GOP And 1 Mention From For What It's Worth.
But Greenwich Roundup Readers Know That Daily We Link To The Good Bad And The Ugly At "Our Greenwich"
Results 1 - 10 of about 947 from greenwichroundup.blogspot.com for "our greenwich"

Greenwich Roundup: 09/20/08 REPOST: Ex-Greenwich Time Editor Joe ...
Our Greenwich Showroom: High Quality, Hand Crafted Leather Sofas . ... Well if you can't find the "HOT" new blog called "Our Greenwich" ...greenwichroundup.blogspot.com/2008/09/091908.html - 977k - Cached - Similar pages

Greenwich Roundup
Only Joe "The Censor" Pisani covered his party at his own little website called "Our Greenwich". Plus Joe was able to get his former subordinate ...greenwichroundup.blogspot.com/ - 977k - Cached - Similar pages

Greenwich Roundup: 09/30/08 Thr Raw Greenwich Blog And RSS Feed ...
John Ferris Robben - T-shirt Philosophy Page At Our Greenwich ... Joe "The Censor" Pisani has finally posted at Our Greenwich after 4 weeks ...greenwichroundup.blogspot.com/2008/09/093008-thr-raw-greenwich-blog-and-rss.html - 977k - Cached - Similar pages

Greenwich Roundup: 09/13/08 The Raw Greenwich Blog And RSS Feed ...
2 days ago Sarah Darer Littman - Politics Above the Parapet At Our Greenwich ... 2 weeks ago John Ferris Robben - T-shirt Philosophy Page At Our Greenwich ...greenwichroundup.blogspot.com/2008/09/091308-raw-greenwich-blog-and-rss-feed.html - 977k - Cached - Similar pages

Greenwich Roundup: 10/07/08 Greenwich Time News Lnks Or Managing ...
Jim Zorba knows everyone at Our Greenwich, because he was involved in firing most of them from the Greenwich Time newsroom. Jim Zorba knows that For What ...greenwichroundup.blogspot.com/2008/10/100708-greenwich-time-news-lnks-for.html - 977k - Cached - Similar pages

Greenwich Roundup: 10/07/08 Ex-Greenwich Time Reporter Hoa Nguyen ...
Bloggers Who Are From, Work In Or Used To Live In Greenwich. John Ferris Robben - T-shirt Philosophy Page At Our Greenwich ...greenwichroundup.blogspot.com/2008/10/100708-ex-greenwich-time-reporter-hoa.html - 977k - Cached - Similar pages

Greenwich Roundup: 09/09/08 Just Posted At YouTube Today: Is This ...
I defy anyone to ... 2 hours ago. John Ferris Robben - T-shirt Philosophy Page At Our Greenwich · Sunday Football at Greenwich High Field 7 -. 15 hours ago ...greenwichroundup.blogspot.com/2008/09/090908-just-posted-at-youtube-today-is.html - 977k - Cached - Similar pages

Greenwich Roundup: 07/21/08 David Lionetti's arrest came three ...
About The Gorgeous Pisani Sex Symbols That Ex-Greenwich Time Reporter **Joy Haenlein** Reported About At Our Greenwich ......* Greenwich Round. ...greenwichroundup.blogspot.com/2008/07/072108-david-lionettis-arrest-came.html - 977k - Cached - Similar pages

Greenwich Roundup: 10/04 - 10/06/08 The Raw Weekend Greenwich News ...
Colin Should Be Shown The Door And Given Information On How To Reach The Other Fired Greenwich Time Employees At Our Greenwich . ...greenwichroundup.blogspot.com/2008/10/1004-100508-raw-weekend-greenwich-news.html - 977k - Cached - Similar pages

Greenwich Roundup: 06/25/08 Judge Judy Needs To Pay Her Taxes ???????
Mike Van Ryn...meet Milan Lucic...and the TD BankNorth Garden glass. 10 hours ago. John Ferris Robben - T-shirt Philosophy Page At Our Greenwich ...greenwichroundup.blogspot.com/2008/06/062508-judge-judy-needs-to-pay-her.html - 977k - Cached - Similar pages
Ex-Greenwich Time Editor Joe Joe Pisani And Ex-Greenwich Time Columnist Sarah Littman Should Add Up All Of Their Web Visitors This Month And Divide It By The 947 Greenwich Roundup Links.

Here At Greenwich Roundup We Are More Than Sure That We Are Responsible For 50% Or More Of Their Web Traffic.

As Well As, Any Traffic From That Number 1 Google Listing Cortsey Of Greenwich Roundup.
A Greenwich Roundup Link Is Like Gold.
Do You Need More Proof?

One Month Ago We Published A Very Specific Google Search For:

"Joe Pisani Greenwich CT"

And Got These
Top Five Google Results:
[PDF]June 29, 2004 Mr. Joseph F. Pisani, Editor Greenwich Time 20 East ...File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTMLMr. Joseph F. Pisani, Editor. Greenwich Time. 20 East Elm Street. Greenwich, CT 06830. To the Editor,. Is there anything that could surpass listening to ...www.greenwicharts.org/pressreleases/06292004_LetterToEditor.pdf - Similar pages

Greenwich Roundup: 05/05/08 -Greenwich Time Editor Joe Pisani ...Joe Pisani, Editor Of Greenwich Time, Has Been Fired By The Papers New Owners Quotes: ...... Political contributions by individuals in Greenwich, CT ...greenwichroundup.blogspot.com/2008/05/050508-greenwich-time-editor-joe-pisani.html - 977k - Cached - Similar pages

Greenwich Roundup: 05/04/07 - Joe Pisani, Editor Of Greenwich Time ...Joseph F. Pisani, who ushered Greenwich Time and The Advocate into the digital ...... Greenwich is a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States. ...greenwichroundup.blogspot.com/2008/05/050407-joe-pisani-editor-of-greenwich.html - 977k - Cached - Similar pagesMore results from greenwichroundup.blogspot.com »

Top editor leaves Stamford, Greenwich papers (CT)May 4, 2008 ... Top editor leaves Stamford, Greenwich papers (CT) ... Joseph F. Pisani, who ushered The Stamford Advocate and Greenwich Time into the ...www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/2011073/posts - 10k - Cached - Similar pages

Gladys Pisani — Nadine Pisani : ZoomInfo Business People InformationJoseph Pisani, Esopus Lakes. Joseph Pisani, Gainesville Advertising Federation, Gainesville, FL ... Julie Pisani, Convent of the Sacred Heart, Greenwich, CT ...www.zoominfo.com/people/level3page206566.aspx - 38k - Cached - Similar pages

One Month Later Google Is Serving Up

These New Top Five Search Results

For

"Joe Pisani Greenwich CT"

Reveal Shockingly New Results:
Greenwich Roundup: 09/20/08 REPOST: Ex-Greenwich Time Editor Joe ...So I decided to Google The Words Joe Pisani Greenwich CT ... Results 1 - 10 of about 4960 for Joe Pisani Greenwich CT. (0.16 seconds) ...greenwichroundup.blogspot.com/2008/09/091908.html - 977k - Cached - Similar pages

Greenwich Roundup: 05/05/08 -Greenwich Time Editor Joe Pisani ...Joe Pisani, Editor Of Greenwich Time, Has Been Fired By The Papers New Owners Quotes: ...... Political contributions by individuals in Greenwich, CT ...greenwichroundup.blogspot.com/2008/05/050508-greenwich-time-editor-joe-pisani.html - Similar pagesMore results from greenwichroundup.blogspot.com »

[PDF] June 29, 2004 Mr. Joseph F. Pisani, Editor Greenwich Time 20 East ...File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTMLMr. Joseph F. Pisani, Editor. Greenwich Time. 20 East Elm Street. Greenwich, CT 06830. To the Editor,. Is there anything that could surpass listening to ...www.greenwicharts.org/pressreleases/06292004_LetterToEditor.pdf - Similar pages

Top editor leaves Stamford, Greenwich papers (CT)May 4, 2008 ... Top editor leaves Stamford, Greenwich papers (CT) ... Joseph F. Pisani, who ushered The Stamford Advocate and Greenwich Time into the ...www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/2011073/posts - 10k - Cached - Similar pages

People Search Directory - Find People Pisani, Joseph - Pisani, Mikepisani, joseph 77 Harrison Township, MI Harrison Twp, MI Naples, FL · pisani, joseph 68 Bonita Springs, FL ..... pisani, margaret 72 Old Greenwich, CT ...www.reunion.com/people-search-directory/L3/294359 - Similar pages

Google Has Moved Greenwich Roundup

To The Number One and Two Positions

For Google Links About

"Joe Pisani Greenwich CT"

That's An Awesome One Month Change
There Is Still No Google Top Links To Joe Pisani's Weekly Writings At The Greenwich Post Or At His Blog Called Our Greenwich.
There Are Just Old Authoritative Web Sites With Out Dated Information About The Ex-Greenwich Time Editors Former Career At The Greenwich Time.

Because These Authoritative Web Sites Have Not Updated Their Information On Who The Current Greenwich Time Editor Is They Are Quickly Losing Google Page Rank.

For example
www.greenwicharts.org Has Dropped From A Page Rank Of One To A Page Rank Of Three In Just 30 days. With A Year This Page Will Be Deeply Buried In The Google Results If It Is Not Updated Soon.

When Most Of these Authoritative Sites Are Updated, At The End Of The Year, With Who The New Editor Of The Greenwich Time Is.

These Links Will Totally Disappear From A Search Of Joe Pisani's Name. Then maybe Joe Pisani's free writings at the Greenwich Post and Our Greenwich might worm there way past Mary Pisani and Joe Pisani Of Hackensack, New Jersey.
There Will Always Be The Highly Paged Ranked Greenwich Roundup To Tell The World About The Ex-Greenwich Time Editor Fondly Known As Joe "The Censor" Pisani.
Perhaps After Reading All Of This You Are Not Still Not Convinced That Greenwich Citizen Journalist And Bloggers Created A Renewed Local Interest In Hyper Local News That The Greenwich Time Benefited From.
Then Please Tell Us Specifically What Did The Greenwich Time Do To Get 22% More Readers.
Did They Hold Some Online Million Dollar Bingo Contest That Was Tied To Thier Game Cards In Their Sunday Paper During Th Last 180 Days?
Did They Cut The Price Of Paper To Increase Circulation?
Was There A Get 180 Days Of The Greenwich Time For Only A Buck Promotion?
Did They Add More Columnist And Features?
No To All Of The Above.
In fact, circulation soared 22% when they fired two editors during the 180 day period.
Maybe The Greenwich Time Should Fire Managing Editor Jim Zorba And About four or Five More Reporters so that 22% growth can continue at the Greenwich Time.
THE RAW GREENWICH NEWS FEED
NOW CONTINUES:

Greenwich Time
Perched in front of three computer monitors in his office at the high school, Tom Bobkowski watches as 16 different scenes unfold simultaneously across campus: Teenagers exiting the hallway; a student pacing across an outdoor path; a car pulling into the lot.
AND:
Greenwich Time
Colin Gustafson
Outdoor security cameras at Greenwich High School, energy-efficient windows at Parkway School and long-awaited bathroom upgrades at all ...

Greenwich Guy
Greenwich Board of Education...Replacing Betty
Word on the street is that the Greenwich Board of Education sat down recently with Party leaders to discuss the make up of the search committee that will work to find a replacement for departing superintendent Betty Sternberg. Afterwards the anticipated announcement on the committee was delayed.

What should we make of that?

The reason in the paper was that two Board members were absent - one being Marianna Ponns Cohen. Very unlike her to miss any meeting let alone such an important one.

Should be interesting to watch this play out...

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From the way the victim had been disfigured and abandoned just feet from home, it was clearly a crime of passion.
Bloomberg
`We exchanged some knowing looks and then tried to beat the pants off them,'' said Haley, who now works at RBS Greenwich Capital Markets Inc., ...

RTM approves dredging
Greenwich Time
The ship finally came in Monday night for advocates of a Greenwich Harbor dredging project, which was overwhelmingly approved by the Representative Town Meeting after languishing for several years.

Norwalk Plus Magazine
The Creative Connections student exchange has booked an artistically vibrant children’s music troupe from Uganda for a 17-appearance tour of schools in ...
Greenwich Time
When his 35-year tenure at Eagle Hill School ends next June, founding headmaster Mark Griffin will be able to pass the torch onto a veteran educator who says she has spent decades trying to help struggling students.
In-person voter registration ends Oct. 28
Greenwich Post
Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz today reminded Connecticut residents that time is running out to register to vote for the Nov. 4 presidential election. Connecticut residents have until Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 8 p.m. to register in person at their local Town Hall.

Police blotter
Via The Greenwich Time
Theresa L. Monick, 46, of 18 Arthur St., was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct following a fight with her boyfriend at her home Friday evening, according to a police report.
She was released from custody and is scheduled to appear at state Superior Court on Monday.

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Norbert Vass, 37, of 365 Boston Post Road in Milford, was arrested Friday evening and turned over to the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement Monday, police said.

The arrest came after a Greenwich police officer observed a gray Honda at Binney Park, which had closed for the night, police said.

After running the license plates, police discovered there was a federal warrant out for Vass's removal from the United States, according to the police department.

A motor vehicle stop was conducted on Arch Street, at which time Vass was taken into custody, police said.
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Three men were arrested and charged with third-degree assault following a fight that occurred at 43 Overlook Drive early Friday, police said.

John Miller, 26, of 18 Cliff Ave., Stephen Collazo, 27, of 1280 N. Frontage Road in Vail, Colo., and Anthony Harris, 26, of 554 Beach Road in Mahopac, N.Y., were involved in the fight, which began after Harris became loud and boisterous and was asked to leave, police said.

Upon being escorted out by Collazo, who was the host, Harris punched Miller and a fight ensued, police said.

Harris sustained injuries requiring him to go to Greenwich Hospital, police said.

In addition to the assault charge, Harris was charged with breach of peace. Collazo and Miller were charged with disorderly conduct following the fight.

All three men were released from custody on a promise to appear and are scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford on Oct. 31.
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Adrian Guevera, 18, of 1435 Bedford St., in Stamford was arrested Sunday morning and charged with sixth-degree larceny, police said.

Police determined Guevera was driving with a stolen license plate and took him into custody, according to the police report.

Guevera was released on a $250 bond and is scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford on Nov. 3.
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Carolyn Ammerman, 51, of 2 Forest Ave., in Old Tappan, N.J. was arrested Saturday morning and charged with driving while under the influence, police said.

Ammerman was traveling near the area of 179 Post Road above the posted speed limit at which time she nearly struck the front of a police cruiser, according to the police report.

Ammerman sped off after the incident and disobeyed a red light at the Post Road and Sinawoy Road, police said.

A motor vehicle stop was initiated at which time Ammerman failed a series of sobriety tests and was arrested, police said.

She was additionally charged with failure to obey a control signal, traveling fast and unsafe movement, police said.

Ammerman was able to post her $250 bond and is scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford on Nov. 10

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At least two funds, Greenwich Financial Services and Braddock Financial, have told banks that they may take legal action if loans are renegotiated in a way ...

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Greenwich Time
From the way the victim had been disfigured and abandoned just feet from home, it was clearly a crime of passion.

Town gas prices drop below $3
Greenwich Time
Cos Cob resident Sal Comunale, 43, said that although his commute is only one mile long, with the high gas prices, he was no longer making any unnecessary trips.

Greenwich Time
This is just one of her mixed media works that are part of a show entitled "Body and Sole," by Birnbaum and artist Susan Frey, at the Greenwich Arts Society ...

Shays, Himes tied in latest poll; 10% undecided
Greenwich Post
Republican Congressman Chris Shays and his Democrat challenger Jim Himes are tied among likely 4th District voters, according to a University of Connecticut/Hearst Newspapers poll released last week.

Greenwich Time
In Greenwich during those years, 15 children tested above 10 mg/dl and three tested above 20 mg/dl. According to a survey conducted by Serafin, Greenwich ...

Presstek Announces Information Regarding Third Quarter 2008 Financial Results
PR Newswire
GREENWICH, Conn., FirstCall/ -- Presstek Inc. , the leading manufacturer and marketer of digital offset printing business solutions, today announced it will release its third quarter 2008 ...

Cardiac Cardinals do it again
Greenwich Time
FAIRFIELD - After more than 99 minutes of non-stop action, this riveting FCIAC boys soccer semifinal remained scoreless.

Awards honor firefighters
Greenwich Time
By Meredith Blake
When firefighters arrived at an accident on North Street in May, they found a Greenwich High School senior pinned to a tree in his pick-up ...
Greenwich Post Press Release Service
Medical emergencies ranging from small cuts and abrasions to choking, bleeding or shock can occur at any time and anywhere. Those who want to be prepared to respond to emergencies may attend Red Cross first aid and CPR classes.

Ithaca College Athletics, U.S.A.
Junior Francine Nikas (Greenwich, Conn.) picked up eight kills in 10 attempts. Sophomore Tina Orlandini (Flintridge Sacred Heart/Altadena, Calif. ...

Greenwich Blogger - The Blonde Excuse
Show Me Missouri
After spending a terrible night in the Motel 6, Sarah, Nicole and I got up really early to make it to our Hallmark interview in Kansas City, Missouri. We left Effingham, Illinois in a terrible mood, which was quickly brightened by a coffee stop on the way out of town.

Here are a few pictures of our drive out of Illinois and all the way across Missouri:
Another Hard Hitting Greenwich Time Editorial
On first glance, it appears to be a no-brainer. Voters on Nov. 4 will be asked whether the state should hold a convention to consider revising our Constitution.

Greenwich Post Press Release Service
Are you a parent, grandparent, godparent, aunt or uncle?

Did you know that every day 3,300 more children begin experimenting with prescription drugs? Are you aware that 70% of children who abuse prescription drugs admit to getting them from family or friends?

In lower Fairfield County, many groups have expressed concern about the level of prescription drug abuse being seen among children and teens in Lower Fairfield County.
It's why concerned organizations have come together to participate in National Lock Your Meds Day today, Oct. 27.
Lower Fairfield County Regional Action Council, the Police Departments in Greenwich, Stamford, Darien and New Canaan, the Greenwich Department of Health, the Greenwich Youth Services Council, the New Canaan Coalition, Family Centers' School-Based Health Centers, the Prescription Monitoring Program, many treatment providers, physicians, and others are supporting this awareness campaign, which is a program of the National Family Partnership.
Click here to see how you can play a part in preventing prescription drug abuse among children: Nfp.org/lockyourmeds.

Exit 55 By Rob "WGCH" Adams
Life, As It Should Be - When all is not right with the world, look at this picture. There it is. A father and a son, having a blast. That's my boy right there. I defy anyone to ...
Greenwich Post
The state Legislature adopted the following measures during a one-day special session Aug. 22 called to deal with emergency energy assistance:

Victims Of Drug Abusing Doctor Sue Hospital
WCBS
Reporting Chris Wragge
GREENWICH, Conn. A group of women are suing a hospital in Greenwich, saying it knew one of their doctors had a drug abuse problem, but continued to allow ...

Greenwich Blogger - Rock Star Diary
Friday night in midtown - So after getting an amazing deep tissue massage at the La Prairie Spa in the Ritz Carlton on Friday night, I went to go meet the gang in mid-town and an ordi...

Competition stiff for gloomiest market forecast
International Herald Tribune
... games is because no one's really tracking accuracy," said Lamont, who now works at DKR Capital, a hedge fund in Greenwich, Connecticut. "No one is carefully, prudently giving more business to the guy who is 2 percent more accurate than the next ...

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter
Framing everything as good news - Not that bad news was ever welcome. Lots of wisdom in that cliche that the messenger bearing bad news is shot. But bad news, except in the media where it is ...
Norwalk Advocate
Wyatt Moss (Staples) is the starting right guard and Ryan Bone (New Canaan) starts at right tackle for Amherst (5-1) while Nick Edwards (Greenwich) has ...

The Incredible Shrinking Funds
CFO
... climbed to over 7,000 as a generation of financiers headed for the gold-paved streets of Mayfair in London and Greenwich, Connecticut, could fall by half. It wasn't supposed to be like this. After all, most hedge funds pride themselves on providing ...
Stamford Advocate, CT
The Metropolitan Planning Organization for Fairfield County includes officials from Stamford, Norwalk, Greenwich, Darien, New Canaan, Westport, ...

Greenwich Diva
Senator Ted Stevens found GUILTY of all charges in corruption case - Senator Ted Stevens was found guilty on all 7 charges in his corruption case. The jury began deliberation last Wednesday, and started anew this morning ...

Shays stands by record in quest for 12th term
Easton Courier
... East as Election Day approaches. Shays, who is serving his 11th term, is being challenged by Democrat Jim Himes of Greenwich and by the Green Party's Richard Duffee and Libertarian Michael Caranno. This week Shays met with Hersam Acorn Newspaper ...

The Harvest From Harvest Time Church On King Street
Day 39: For the glory of that Name - Then the Levites, Jeshua, and Kadmiel, Bani, Hashabniah, Sherebiah, Hodijah, Shebaniah, and Pethahiah, said, “Stand up and bless the LORD your God forever ...
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Day 23: What Prayer Can Release, Part Three
Day 22: What Prayer Can Release, Part Two
Day 21: What Prayer Can Release, Part One
Day 20: To be God’s co-workers
Day 19: Happy are those people!
Day 18: Showing forth His praises
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Day 13: The Repair Of The Breach

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It's Time To Beat The Press
Focus On Greenwich Time Reporter Colleen Flaherty

Missed The Point

It's a wonder that this reporter could have written about the local draft board and conscientious objector status, yet completely leave out the most infamous CO in Fairfield County-

Congressman Chris Shays. Why hasn't this paper written about Shays' claiming CO status during the Vietnam War? How did Shays manage to get CO status when he's not a Quaker, nor a member of a church that requires pacifism?

Shays is the guy who's been one of the biggest supporters of this senseless war in Iraq, and still favors keeping at least 60,000 troops there indefinitely, even though dozens are being killed and wounded every month even now. How does Chris Shays claim CO status, even declaring that he would have refused induction into the military if he hadn't been awarded CO status, yet he sends other young Americans to fight and die, which he believes is immoral?

This is more sanitized journalism from Geenwich Time.

Original Greenwich Time News Story.


Isiah accuser: 'I don't feel sorry for him'
Fox Sports
... The 17-year-old had a spell on Thursday while she was at the Rye Country Day School and was hospitalized in Greenwich, Conn. It was hours later when an overwrought Thomas started downing the sleeping pills, sources said. Sanders said she feels badly ...

The Perrot Memorial Library Blog
Our Picks! for November: - Take a look at Youth Services' brand-new Our Picks! list for November 2008-- it features more seasonal books our staff enjoyed (and we know you will, too!)...

Katherine L. Frost
Staunton News Leader
... Auxiliary. Mrs. Frost was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond 'Jack' P. Frost, Nov. 8, 1983, formerly of Greenwich, Conn. She is survived by her daughter Cheryl 'Cheri' Frost Jarvis and her husband Tony, of Fairfield, Va.; a grandson, Michael ...

The Short Bus wins area awards and fans

BY LAURIE LAWLESS
Hour Correspondent

Local Greenwich band, The Short Bus, has recently become the first band to consecutively win both the "Grand Band Slam" poll by Fairfield Weekly Magazine and "Best of the Gold Coast" poll by Greenwich, Westport, Darien, New Canaan and Rowayton Magazines two years in a row. The Short Bus has actually won the "Grand Band Slam" three times now, and is the first band to win both awards at once, let alone two years in a row."It just goes to show that if you do what we've chosen to do, like stay current and remember our job is to make people happy, it really pays off," said Chuck Lovetri, rhythm guitarist and singer of the band.

The Short Bus is a band that is made up of Greenwich High School graduates and residents who have kept in touch over the years. Most of the members like Mark Zelenz, Ernie Albert, Chris Goane and Kenny Muller, have full-time jobs such as an MGM executive, a music studio owner, a company owner and an IT consulting firm owner. Meanwhile, Lovetri gave up his full-time working life, sold his company, and now goes to school full time at Columbia University to attain a PhD in Psychology.

Although the men have all jammed with each other for years, the idea of a band didn't come up until four years ago when a friend asked them to play at a party. From then on, it was "fate," as Lovetri liked to call it. Now all of the band members say they truly enjoy playing music on the weekends and are very appreciative of the fact that people come out to watch them perform....

....The Short Bus also plays shows for private parties and weddings and has recently been invited to play at Mohegan Sun's Wolf Den, which caters to a variety high energy performers, such as Blue Oyster Cult, Vertical Horizon and M80."All of the hard work leads to something that's really important and that's the value I give back to make all these people have a good time. But, it's also extremely therapeutic for us. That's what really bonds us with the audience," said Lovetri.

The Short Bus will be performing tonight at Route 22 Restaurant and Bar at 1980 West Main St., Stamford. For more information on the The Short Bus or any of their upcoming shows visit http://www.theshortbusrocks.com/.

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GOP incumbency: Asset or liability in race for 4th
The Waterbury Connecticut Republican

... the New York office of a national affordable housing nonprofit. The 4th District covers 17 towns stretching from Greenwich to Bridgeport along the coast, and inland to Shelton and Oxford. Richard Z. Duffee, a Green Party candidate from Stamford, and ...

For What It's Worth

Dean Barnett has died. Dean was best known, perhaps, in the Bloggers' world but he was also a guest host on the Hugh Hewitt Show, a writer for the Weekly Standard, and one of the longest living cystic fibrosis sufferers. His description of that disease, and his courageous refusal to be daunted by it, can be found here.

Dean and I were just email friends, though he liked my books and even plugged one - probably sold a couple of hundred copies for me, for which I remain grateful. What I regret is that, despite several attempts, we never met for dinner. At first we were going to meet half way between his home in Boston and mine, then I said I'd come up to Boston just for the pleasure. His health dropped off around then and we never had the chance again. I guess my point is, don't pass up such opportunities - make it a point to catch up with friends, go that extra mile. Because it sucks when it's too late.
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