Greenwich News - June 21, 2010
Anglophiles celebrate Queen's 84th birthday (Connecticut Post)Alfred Vanderbilt, left, Lady Marion Weatherstone, and Rodney and Jennifer Johnson at the English Speaking Union celebration of the Queen's birthday with a garden party on Sunday, June 20, at the estate of Malcolm and Natalie Pray.
Under Rowayton stars, a hot-tempered 'Othello' holds audience rapt (Stamford Times)Under Rowayton stars, a hot-tempered 'Othello' holds audience rapt By DAVID A. ROSENBERG Hour Theater Critic Whoever questions what all the hullabaloo is about Shakespeare should get to the outdoors "Othello" in Pinkney Park by this Saturday .
New Cade Museum director feels blessed (Gainesville)Published: Sunday, June 20, 2010 at 6:01 a.m. Last Modified: Friday, June 18, 2010 at 5:31 p.m. Every film needs a director, and so does every museum, hence Dorrie Hipschman's hire.
Seven teens take top spots in diversity contest (Darien News-Review)A first-person account of what it feels like to be ridiculed in the classroom for speaking with a foreign accent.
Greenwich farmer adjusts to life with new prosthetic leg (Journal News)GREENWICH, Conn. - At 66, farmer John Augustin is learning to walk again. Augustin, who lost his left leg in a tractor accident in 2006, has spent the past month adjusting to life with a new, high-tech prosthetic limb, known as a C-Leg, equipped with a microprocessor that adjusts to speed and direction.
Lamont confronts Malloy's forte (theday)Capturing votes in the state's major cities, where Democratic power is concentrated here in Connecticut, will be critical to capturing the party's primary for governor.... .. cities, he told me. "We've been extremely fortunate in lower Fairfield County," said Lamont, who lives in Greenwich. "But the circumstances that led to success there do not work for New Britain, New London and New Haven." Other big city mayors, he ...