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Monday, November 16, 2009

11/16/09 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: State Politics

Dannel Malloy Lacking In Name Recognition, But Well Known Among Political Insiders
Hartford Courant
That number lagged behind the two Democratic leaders in the poll, Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz and Greenwich cable TV entrepreneur Ned Lamont. ...
Media Research Center
In Florida, 'Far Right' Is 'Hounding' GOP To Back Conservatives
Media Research Center
By contrast, when left-wing anti-war candidate Ned Lamont challenged Sen. Joe Lieberman for his Connecticut Senate seat in 2006 over his support for the ...
In Courtroom, Candidate Just Didn't Get It
Connecticut Law Tribune
I was surprised when Ned Lamont surfaced in a jury pool in Stamford in the wake of his race against Joseph Lieberman for the US Senate. ...

Better late than never. Lawmakers to examine new tax on ...
By Brian Lockhart
Vigilante: And Ned Lamont will be bringing the likes of Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson back to Connecticut to support... Joel Gonzalez: With poll numbers like that, I'd be looking into a change of career. ...
Political Capitol - http://blog.ctnews.com/politicalcapitol/
Roger L. Simon » The Importance of Being Lieberman
By Roger L Simon
I am a Connecticut resident and know some of the players in Democratic politics in CT, even "Red Ned" Lamont. Lieberman is a politician whose only lodestar is his own self-interest. Nov 16, 2009 - 1:06 pm 27. willis: ...
Roger L. Simon - http://pajamasmedia.com/rogerlsimon/
Stage Being Set For Mid-term Election And The Stock Market ...
By admin
The figures are almost final, and country club liberal Ned Lamont has bested the Senator by 52% to 48%. The actual vote so far is 142000 votes to 136000 votes. How did Lamont get it done, and what does it mean for the country in the ...
domain name availability - http://www.domain-name-availability.com.cn/
t r u t h o u t Bazooka Joe: Lieberman's Comic Health-Care Ploy
Some of his oldest supporters voted for Ned Lamont in Connecticut's 2006 Democratic primary! Unforgivable! He's technically an in-dependent and still votes for some liberal things because he wants to get reelected in 2012. ...
Truthout - All Articles - http://www.truthout.org/articles/feed
Cave News: Lieberman on ObamaCare: I've got to stop it!
By Caveman
In 2006 the Democrats dumped Lieberman and backed Ned Lamont for the Senate. Lieberman subsequently ran as an Independent and was successful in defeating Lamont. Joe Lieberman is now an Independent Senator from Connecticut and is a ...
Cave News - http://caveviews.blogs.com/cave_news/

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11/16/09 The Twits At Twitter Are Tweeting About Greenwich

cheapgreenwich : Marina Julia Neary, Author of Wynfield’s Kingdom, to Read and Sign at Just Books, Old Greenwich, Saturday.. http://tinyurl.com/ygakyk8

missmotorcade : I'll be trying VIA this afternoon - I'll let u know how that goes. Morning! (@ Starbucks - Greenwich & Havenmeyer) http://bit.ly/1vGZq7

seannarae : I'm at Hyatt Regency Greenwich (1800 E Putnam, Old Greenwich). http://bit.ly/10Z3s6

_fefethaboss : RT @Umbrella_Arshad:what u doing in my side of town?lol~~~ Out of greenwich http://myloc.me/1ww1y

canaiden : Greenwich Steven Mueller Architects, LLC wins 2 HOBI awards for excellence: Ben.. http://bit.ly/2jzGu3

stamfordplus : Greenwich Steven Mueller Architects, LLC wins 2 HOBI awards for excellence: Ben.. http://bit.ly/2jzGu3

missmotorcade : Mack's first train ride to the big apple! (@ Greenwich Train Station in Greenwich) http://bit.ly/4qjQ87

greenwichpost : Greenwich Public Schools; Central Middle School to have new principal http://bit.ly/1r6Xfw

trumpparc : As we speak Trump Parc Stamford is hosting a gathering for the Cotton Club of Greenwich ~ Connecticut's premier singles group. Wine for all!

cheapgreenwich : Cook and Craft in Old Greenwich Is Giving Out Thanksgiving Recipe Book, Free; In Addition, Spend $500 on All-Cl.. http://tinyurl.com/ybnrrkv

missmotorcade : wow this one woman in the Saturday crew is plain mean! boo (@ Starbucks - Greenwich & Havenmeyer in Greenwich) http://bit.ly/1vGZq7

cheapgreenwich : Happy Go Lucky – Directed by Mike Leigh – for Greenwich Library Friends Friday Films; November 20 @.. http://tinyurl.com/ydxnv44

missmotorcade : favorite part of my week... (@ Empy's Day Spa in Greenwich) http://bit.ly/2bubZU

greenwichpost : Sermon in song at Second Congregational Church in Greenwich. http://bit.ly/2CrDCa

GreenwichTime : Reporter discusses Greenwich fertility doctor's alleged sperm swap. http://bit.ly/3JLxK5

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11/16/09 The Greenwich Breifing

Taking Questions on Money and Divorce w/Photo
New York Times
... analyst and president of the Association of Divorce Financial Planners , and she works out of an office in Greenwich, Conn ...

United Rentals shares rise after upgrade
Clover Herald
... sheet. Oppenheimer analyst Scott Schneeberger increased his rating to "Outperform" from "Perform," saying the Greenwich, Conn., company had cut costs and generated robust free cash flow despite "the currently challenging demand environment." The ...

Dannel Malloy Lacking In Name Recognition, But Well Known Among Political Insiders: Capitol Watch
The Hartford Courant
... That number lagged behind the two Democratic leaders in the poll, Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz and Greenwich cable TV entrepreneur Ned Lamont. "Both Lamont and Bysiewicz are much better known than Dan Malloy,'' said Douglas Schwartz, the ...

Tennis pro-am at Breakers to benefit prostate cancer foundation
... the fourth event of the tournament tour this year. The first was at Indian Wells, Calif., in March, the second at Greenwich, Conn., in June, and the third in the Hamptons in August. This is the first year the tournament has been played as a tour at ...

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11/16/09 The Raw Greenwich News Feed

United Rentals shares rise after upgrade
The Associated Press
Oppenheimer analyst Scott Schneeberger increased his rating to "Outperform" from "Perform," saying the Greenwich, Conn., company had cut costs and generated ...
Greenwich fertility doctor's case puts spotlight on medical discipline
Greenwich Time
By Debra Friedman The state Department of Public Health's handling of a Greenwich fertility doctor who used the wrong man's sperm -- and has been accused of ...
Greenwich native Vicky Linville beats the steel drums with the Blue Flames
Greenwich Citizen
By Anne W. Semmes Greenwich native Vicky Linville is a woman of many interests. She has raised a family, become a consummate fly fisherman and is an avid ...
Bernanke Talks About the Buck, Euro Falls
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Alan Ruskin, at RBS Greenwich, says Bernanke's comments "should end the debate that even at current weak dollar levels, the US has an ambivalent attitude to ...
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Video - Reporter discusses Greenwich fertility doctor's alleged sperm swap
Greenwich Time
In an inteview that appeared on CBS' "The Early Show" Friday morning, Greenwich Time staff writer Debra Friedman discusses the allegations swirling around ...

Byram flooding brings bad memories, new fears – Greenwich Time ...
By Christopher Zurcher
The Svorkas bought their Den Lane home 35 years ago knowing full well it could face flooding issues due to its proximity to the Byram River. But the previous homeowners ...
CT Environmental Headlines - http://environmentalheadlines.com/ct/
Don't do it! « For What It's Worth
By christopherfountain
Indian Field Road is one of those streets that the greedy gerrymandering zip code definers placed wrongly in Greenwich. Indian Field Road, Sachem Road and the few others in this area are not Greenwich, they are Cos Cob. ...
For What It's Worth - http://christopherfountain.com/

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11/16/09 Gubernatorial Hopefuls Meet College Democrats

By Jordi Gasso, Yale Daily News

Connecticut gubernatorial candidates took the opportunity to campaign Saturday on Yale’s campus at the first College Democrats of Connecticut fall convention.

The candidates and other state political leaders gave advice on how to run an effective campaign and called to action the more than 80 Connecticut college students and New Haven community members who attended the conference.

Ben Stango ’11, president of the College Democrats of Connecticut and of Yale College Democrats, said the purpose of the convention was to mobilize young Connecticut Democrats and bring them together as a unified force before the 2010 elections. The event’s keynote speakers included Connecticut gubernatorial candidates Sen. Gary LeBeau and Mayor of Stamford, Conn., Dan Malloy, as well as potential gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont SOM ’80, State Representative Matthew Lesser and New Haven congressional representative Rosa DeLauro.

DeLauro kicked off the convention by urging attendees to continue the momentum of the 2008 presidential election in the face of the economic and environmental challenges that lie ahead. Those challenges, she said, included the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the country’s high unemployment rate and global warming.

“I am not asking you for anything that I haven’t done,” DeLauro said, stressing the importance of campaigning on the ground for issues through phonebanking and door-to-door canvassing.

Lesser, the youngest serving representative in the State General Assembly, followed her speech and advised the college students present to mobilize for the 2010 elections. The convention’s final three speakers gave speeches about issues specific to Connecticut, such as job growth.

Lamont, who ran for the Senate in 2006, said his political campaign would not have progressed without help from young people. He said he is considering running for governor because Connecticut is not meeting the challenges posed by the recession appropriately. “Connecticut, we have to get our mojo back,” he said….

Full article at: http://www.yaledailynews.com/news/university-news/2009/11/16/gubernatorial-hopefuls-meet-college-democrats

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11/16/09 The Raw Greenwich Blog And RSS Feed (Updated)

Bloggers Who Are From, Work In Or Used To Live In Greenwich

Vivapop Community Events RSS Feed
Calder Family Day - Bruce Museum Greenwich, CT (203) 869-0376 Museum *1 p.m. - 4 p.m., Sunday, November 22, 2009* *Bruce Museum, 1 Museum Drive, Greenwich, CT* The Bruce...

For What It's Worth By Riverside Blogger Chris Fountain
Another bidding war winner - On a dull day for real estate – no contracts, no significant price reductions, a couple of returning “new” listings and one sale, on Indian Field Road, I w...

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter
The Revolution Succeeded: Go Home, Muckrakers - Happens all the time. The Revolution succeeds and the front lines, especially the media folks, lose everything. Think Abby Hoffman ["Steal This Book"]. He wo...

Former Greenwich Resident Rosie O'Donnell"s RBlog
Show 11 Links - Anvil Urijah Faber Precious James Meek Azim's Bardo Who shot the Ft. Hood Shooter? Mary Tillman on NPR [...]

Greenwich Time: Local Sports - RSS Feed
Calhoun hopes for better effort from Edwards, Huskies tonight vs. Colgate - STORRS -- Providing "help" to a basketball teammate isn't always a good thing, especially if your help leaves a more dangerous scorer wide open. Sometimes ...

Hartford Courant's Greenwich RSS Feed
United Rentals rises after analyst upgrades shares on cost cutting, refinancing, cash flow - NEW YORK (AP) — United Rentals Inc. rose Monday after an analyst upgraded the shares on the equipment rental company's lower costs, significant free cash f...

The Latest From Claudette Rothman, AKA,Greenwich Diva
Actor Edward Woodward dead at the age of 79 - Edward Woodward, the actor who played “The Equalizer” in the hit CBS TV show from 1985 to 1989 died early this morning. The 79-year-old actor died in a hos...

Greenwich Time: Columnists - RSS Feed
Looks like the race for governor is wide open - Governor Jodi Rell's decision not to seek re-election has thrown the gubernatorial picture into a wide-open race for both Republicans and Democrats. Right ...

The Daily Spurgeon
Away from Jesus, away from joy - The most healthy state for a Christian is that of unbroken and intimate fellowship with the Lord Jesus Christ. From such a state of heart he should never...

Topix - Greenwich News RSS Feed
Ramaley case highlights flaws - The state Department of Public Health 's handling of a Greenwich fertility doctor who used the wrong man's sperm -- and has been accused of using his own...

Exit 55 By Rob "WGCH" Adams - The Sports Voice Of Greenwich
I Better Get Some Sleep - It's after 12:30 AM on Monday, November 16, 2009. I'm supposed to be doing something tonight. Actually I'm supposed to be doing a radio interview at 8:20 A...

Greenwich Family YMCA News RSS Feed
Youth Arts & Humanities - Greenwich, CT 203-869-1630 General Interest *Guitar* Guitarist Rory Gordon, who has taught with Greenwich Music, Greenwich High School and Rippo...

Today's Greenwich Time Most Viewed Web Article - RSS Feed
Hundreds attend vigil outside Lieberman's home over health care - STAMFORD -- Quietly holding candles, hundreds of clergymen, congregants and reform advocates lined the sidewalks outside Independent U.S. Sen. Joe Lieber...

EDDIE "Greenwich Native" ROSS
Off to Richmond! - Jaithan and I are off to Richmond today for a presentation I'm giving this Monday night at the Virginia Historical Society. It's part of R • Home for the Hol...

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Author Talk and Book Signing - Just Books at Westport Public Libary Arnold Bernhard Plaza 20 Jessup Road, Westport, CT visit www.westportlibrary.org Author Talk & Book Signing Wednesday,...

Greenwich Gossip By "The Scribe Of Greenwich" Bill Clark
Habitat for Humanity - Not infrequently young people are brought into Town and dumped on Greenwich Avenue with a box of candy bars or the like, and told to solicit "donations" fo...

Lincoln's Log - Hearst Newspaper VP Lincoln Millstein
Photos of high tide flooding at Tod’s Point on Saturday Nov. 14 -

Today's Greenwich Time Most Emailed Web Article - RSS Feed
Despite laws, drivers still distracted - They come in all shapes and sizes, from the harried mom driving her car while coordinating pickup times for her children, cell phone nestled against her ...

Cos Cob Blogger Iggy Makarevich At High Strangeness
Indian Police Murder A Man In October - On Camera - How vicious... I just bet that no charges will be filed against anyone. Disgusting. Disturbing Footage Of A Mentally Challenged Man Forced To Drown By Poli...

Ask the Doctor: Medical Health Articles
Nutritional Vitamins for Daily Healthy Living - I hope to cover the imprtance of many vitamins for healthy living in your day to day lifestyles. Often when one speaks of health supplements, the first ...

Today's Greenwich Time Editorial
Pull plug on swimming lessons - Greenwich's new Superintendent of Schools Sidney Freund could not be more right when he suggests cutting the swimming program at Hamilton Avenue School and...

Greenwich Geek David S. Isenberg's musings at isen.blog
I've joined the FCC National Broadband Plan team - Yesterday at blogband.gov it was announced that I've joined the FCC's National Broadband Plan Task Force. I'm delighted to be helping Blair Levin and his t...

Rock Star Diary
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The Perrot Memorial Library Blog
Photo of the Perrot cupola - [image: Photo by Klara Zimmerman] *click to see a larger version * Klara Zimmerman, a junior at Greenwich High School, took this neat photo of Perrot's cup...

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11/16/09 Announcing the Rob Mathes 16th Annual Christmas Concert

Prepared by: Rob Mathes Christmas Concert

Contact: Jenifer Howard
For Immediate Release

A 16-Year Holiday Tradition – Concerts
Friday, December 18,
Saturday, December 19 & Sunday, December 20

(GREENWICH, Conn., November 11, 2008) – Celebrate the holiday season with the annual Rob Mathes Christmas Concert! Grammy and Emmy nominated musician, music director, singer/songwriter, arranger, and record producer Rob Mathes and his amazing all-star band take to the stage for three concerts December 18, 19 and 20, 2009, presented at The Performing Arts Center Purchase College. Rob Mathes is the celebrated music director of the annual Kennedy Center Honors and of this year’s inaugural “We Are One” concert for President Barack Obama on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. This year is Rob Mathes’ 16th annual Christmas concert! Concert benefits the Making Headway Foundation and the Max Scotti Fund in support of brain cancer research and treatment. Concerts: December 18 & 19 at 8:00 p.m., and December 20 at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $40 & $55 and are available online at www.artscenter.org, through the Box Office at 914-251-6200, or through The Music Source in Old Greenwich, Conn., at 203-698-0444. Presented at The Performing Arts Center Purchase College, 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, N.Y.

The holidays are a special time for Rob Mathes, who is often affectionately referred to as “Mr. Christmas” by some of his fellow musicians. Rob’s sense of wonder of the Yuletide season shines through in his original songs that combine rock ‘n roll, pop, R&B, jazz, classical and choral, that he has written and arranged specifically for his annual Christmas Concert and his numerous holiday CDs. Performing with Rob are some of the top musicians in the New York area, such as Will Lee on bass from David Letterman’s CBS Orchestra, Billy Masters on guitar, award winning vocalists, a horn section that has played with the Rolling Stones, and Rob’s own 30 member Friends & Saints Choir. The Rob Mathes Christmas Concert is also a highlight for the band as well, as they get to play with one of their favorite musicians, and play some of the most rockin, spiritual and meaningful songs of the season.

This year’s concert has special meaning for Rob Mathes. Each year, Rob’s concerts are used as a benefit to support a worthy non-profit, traditionally supporting children in Africa. This year, Rob is dedicating the concert proceeds to something closer to home and something very personal to him, his family, and his community - the Max Scotti Fund and Making Headway Foundation, which are dedicated to the care, comfort and cure of children with brain and spinal cord tumors. Max Scotti was a brave and beautiful seven year-old boy who was a student of Rob’s wife Tammy, and who passed away this year from brain cancer. Rob has written an incredible song entitled “Everywhere” in honor of Max, which he wrote last year at Christmas when he found out Max was sick. The song is a universal song that could be sung for anyone, but it also is a song that speaks Max’s name at the beginning and in every single line, and it was Rob’s wish that through the song, that love would follow him everywhere. The song will be performed live at this year’s Christmas Concert.

Concert goers will also be entertained with more of Rob Mathes’ original holiday songs, such as Wake Up It’s Christmas Morning, When The Baby Grew Up, and the very popular ballad William The Angel, as well as some of Mathes’ newer material that embraces all aspects of the holiday season – from Christmas to Hanukkah – like the beautiful Light in the Window, written for local fan and longtime supporter of the concerts, Rabbi Mark Golub. Mathes also enjoys performing a little Bob Dylan each year with the song Ring Them Bells, and also includes Rob Mathes’ original arrangements of traditional carols such as Deck the Halls, Silent Night, Angels We Have Heard on High and I Wonder as I Wander. In 2007, Mathes introduced his new “Orchestral Songs” CD that was recorded with a full orchestra in London at Abbey Road, and several of those songs will be performed this year as well.

“The Christmas Concert is a highlight of my year,” noted Rob Mathes. Even with the incredible year I’ve had, musically directing Obama’s inaugural concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, to being nominated for an Emmy for the Kennedy Center Honors, nothing compares to being able to come home and play the holiday music I love. The Christmas Concert is the pinnacle of my year!”

Rob Mathes has had a banner year too – with extremely diverse work, this year spans musically directing the Obama Inaugural “We Are One” concert; the Kennedy Center Honors, which he was nominated for an Emmy for the third time this year and which the show won for Best Musical/Variety special (this is Rob’s seventh year as music director – the show tapes on December 6 and airs on CBS on December 29 at 9PM). Rob also arranged songs for Avril Lavigne, nevershoutnever (who Rob is very excited about this new major label project), Butch Walker, and Dashboard Confessional. He musically directed the Songwriters Hall of Fame, working with James Taylor, Crosby, Stills and Nash, and Bon Jovi. His orchestral commission by Leonard Slatkin and The Nashville Symphony to compose a Concertino for Orchestra premiered in February. Rob also produced the new band The Young Veins; and produced a record for an amazing Rhythm and Blues vocalize Bettye Lavette, who blew everyone away by performing “A Change Is Gonna Come” for the Obama inaugural concert. He also arranged for Lou Reed and Renée Fleming for the upcoming Nobel Prize Concert in Prague. Also very exciting for Rob this year is the release of Rob’s song “Why” by Rascal Flatts as a single, which has climbed the Billboard Top 20. Rob is currently beginning work on a Gershwin project produced by Phil Ramone, and working with Jason Mraz, Jewel and Rob Thomas. Rob’s other credits include working with Elton John, Eric Clapton, Tony Bennett, Natalie Cole, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Luciano Pavarotti, Panic At The Disco, LeAnn Rimes, Eliane Elias, Michael Cavanaugh, Melissa Errico, Vanessa Williams, Just Blaze, Jay Z, Fabolous, Ghostface Killah, Carly Simon, Michael McDonald, Sheryl Crow, Tracy Chapman, Shelby Lynne, Fall Out Boy, Bowling for Soup, Hall and Oates, Yo Yo Ma, Barbara Streisand, Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, Diana Ross, Brian Wilson, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Dolly Parton, Smokey Robinson, Tina Turner, and many more.

Rob’s Christmas Concerts have become so popular and an integral part of the holidays that the concerts were increased last year from two performances to three, and will be performed: Friday, December 18, & Saturday, December 19, at 8:00 p.m., and Sunday, December 20, at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $40 & $55 and are available online at www.artscenter.org, through the Box Office at 914-251-6200, or through The Music Source in Old Greenwich, Conn., at 203-698-0444. Presented at The Performing Arts Center Purchase College, 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, N.Y. To learn more about Rob Mathes, visit www.RobMathesMusic.com or www.RobMathes.com.


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11/16/09 Do You Need A Job In Greenwich?

Restaurant Management Leaders Sought

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Unique Light Photographer needs amateur girls for natural test shots


Office Administrator/receptionist

Holistic Services, Yoga Instructors, Juice Bar Cafe Associates

Marketing Administrative Assistant


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Seeking a Designer

Senior Accountant

Holiday Help, HIRING NOW

SOX Auditor Contract Position


Interior Design Assistant

Line Cooks

Classic Receptionist at Premiere Firm

Experienced Top Notch Graphic Artist / Web designer

Plumber wanted

Teachers Wanted

Investor Relations FT Internship

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11/16/09 Do You Need A Place To Stay In Greenwich?

Central Greenwich 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Rental $2150 3bd

Large room, off street parking, pool table and backyard $675

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Walk to Train- 3 Blocks from Greenwich Ave $2500 3bd

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Luxury 2 Bed Condo at Palmer Hill Homes in Stamford $524500 2bd

2M/BR Suites, ea w/Master BA & W-In Closet $1900 2bd

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11/16/09 Forget About Buying A Greenwich Time Classified Ad When Craigslist Ads Are Free

Pair of Vintage Cloisonne Pots
Pair of Vintage Cloisonne Pots. Purchased in the South of France. Gold accents. SOld with accompanying stands.

Pair of Golden Candelabras. For a Dining Table or as a decorative accent. One of the arms is broken on one of the Candelabras, but it is completely not noticeable and I have the piece if you would like to fix it.

Antique, Turn of the Century porcelain lamps. Beautiful gilded base, white with golden flecks porcelain oval shape. The pink lampshade ca be removed.

Absolutely gorgeous 3 ball chandelier. Pastel pink petals, intricate detailing. Purchased in London. But it has not been wired for the US- so it would have to be wired by whoever purchases it.

150 gold charger plates - great for wedding $300
I have 150 brushed gold charger plates from my wedding for sale. I will sell them all for $300 or if you want fewer then 150, I will sell them each for $3. Pick up only in Greenwich. Please dont email unless you want 20 or more at a time. Thanks.

These are 24K gold plated wall lights. Shaped like swans. Intricate work. Purchased in London. But have been wired to work in the US. Please enquire for more details. 13" wide by 15" long

Beautiful French tapestry. In perfect condition. Thick and lined. Can be hung for decoration, like a painting.

Beautiful thick rug. Purchased in London.

18th Century Style Chair $199
18th century style chair pale green and creme silk upholstery In excellent condition. Write for more info

ARMCHAIR Antique French style $199
In absolutely pristine condition. Beautifully upholstered. Please write if you have further questions Retails for over 10 times this price!

Wrought Iron table and chairs with Glass top. Chairs have wrought iron back and feet and wicker seat. Has been Repainted white from the original black 59" wide 35" deep 29" tall Please write for more details.

3gs iPhone iPhones available in bulk - 16gb only $650
I have 20 3gs 16gb brand new never used iphones available. 10 of them are black, 10 of them are white. Price is $650 each if take 5 or more, $675 each if you want less than 5. Call (DON'T TEXT) 203 979 2399 if interested. YOU MUST BE ABLE TO PICK UP IN GREENWICH, CT. I WILL NOT MEET ANYWHERE ELSE!

2002 Porsche 911 C4 $33000
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Make your own all natural cosmetics $150
Make your own cosmetics. I have: Auroma Moisturiser Additive Free (20 litres) Auroma Conditioner Base (20 litres) Auroma Shampoo (sulfate free) 4 x 5 litre bottles Spectrum Palm Oil (Palm Butter) 2.5 kg Various bottles, jars etc. $150 or make me an offer.

4 tires (Yokohama 195/50 VR15) and rims Originally fit on Mazda Miata

Mazda Miata Bra
Front Bra All fit model with 1600cc engine. Available separately are 4 tires.

Full disclosure: bought a few years back from another Mother of Multiple who took to the beach -- not much wear but sun bleached. I've used it to jog with my kids -- again, minimal wear but it's not new anymore and it's not $999 (!!) Obviously a few years old, color is red. Will take best offer -- need the space in my garage. :-) Pick up in Greenwich, preference on weekends.

RESTORATION HARDWARE pulls & knobs $90
Have the polished chrome Strande pulls and knobs from the Hutton Double Vanitry Sink for sale. Never used. I replaced them immediately with rounder pulls/knobs that matched the kids bathroom better. There are: (6) 8" pulls and (4) knobs. Retail value is $170. Will take best offer. Must buy whole lot. Pick up in Greenwich, preference on weekend.

White PALI CRIB w/ mattress $150
Full disclosure: bought 2nd hand, for my boy twin (girl got big sis's curvey hand me down). It's much older model, but works fine, but drawer can get tempermental. I used for the boy twin b/c it has minimal curvers, decorations. High quality mattress. Will take best offer -- kid needs the space in his room. Pick up in Greenwich, preference on weekends.

White PALI CRIB w/ mattress $250
Full disclosure: bought 6 years ago for my 1st, then used by one of the twins. In good condition, but drawer can get tempermental. It's white painted wood and looks like the "Amy" changing table -- curvey, but modern. High quality mattress. Will take best off -- need the space in my child's room. Pick up in Greenwich, preference on weekends.

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