Greenwich - News October 7, 2011
Norwalk Neighbors Notes: Rude Drivers Wanted (The Daily Norwalk)
Pinkberry, Purveyer of Yogurt And Parfaits, Opens West Hartford Store (CTNow)
In the history of Western art, countless figures serve as roadside attractions but only a few get carved into the Mount Rushmore-like pantheon.
Brunswick Students Donate Food and Clothing (The Daily Greenwich)
Football Kicks Off Early This Week (The Daily Greenwich)
The high school football schedule gets off to an early start this week, with many of the games scheduled to kick off Thursday.
Only Brookfield Properties Can Kick Out Occupy Wall Street, NYPD Says (DNAInfo)
"People are going to be here for an extended period of time. We're going to accommodate them as long as they do it peacefully and in accordance with the laws and regulations," Kelly told reporters following a City Council hearing Thursday.
Piece by Piece: NBC's 'Parenthood' Strikes a Chord (The Daily Greenwich)
NBC's "Parenthood" has started its new season, and this one is truly striking a chord with me.
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