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Thursday, September 22, 2011

09/22/11 The Raw Late Night Greenwich News Feed - TOP STORY: Greenwich town clerk challenger Ng cries foul after Budkins declines debate

News Reports About Greenwich, CT
Greenwich town clerk challenger Ng cries foul after Budkins declines debate
Greenwich Time
Stephen Ng, Democrat candidate for Greenwich town clerk, near his Cos Cob home, May 27, 2011.
Bronx man, juvenile charged in connection with Greenwich Apple store thefts
Greenwich Time
Dwight Collins, 18, of the Bronx, was charged with participating in the thefts of nearly $10000 worth of merchandise from the Greenwich Avenue Apple Store in August, police said.
American Realty Capital New York Recovery REIT Places Two Properties in ...
MarketWatch (press release)
The Company, through its sponsor, executed a purchase and sale agreement to acquire a portfolio that includes four fee simple retail condominiums located at 122 Greenwich Avenue in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan, New York. ...
Life In NYC: Maybe Top Officials Should Try It
New York Daily News (blog)
Steel uses his Greenwich address for four vehicle registrations, four dog licenses, several campaign contributions and his wife's voter registration - and he waited nearly a year to change his driver's license to New York. He refused to prove he pays ...
Family Fun This Weekend
Patch.com
Friday Night Lights - Greenwich High School Varsity Football Game - Greenwich High School - Cardinal Stadium, 10 Hillside Rd., Greenwich, CT; 203-625-8000. Why Go: Big Red won their home opener last week against Ridgefield; Come cheer the Cardinals as ...
2nd Fake Credit Card Case at Betteridge Jewelers
Patch.com
Greenwich Police charge NYC suspect in 2nd attempted case of purchasing Rolex watch with fake credit card. By Barbara Heins Suspect James D. Wilson of New York City who was arrested by Greenwich Police Sept. 20 on charges he tried to use fake credit ...
Greenwich Academy field hockey defeats Choate
Greenwich Time
The Greenwich Academy field hockey team traveled to Choate Rosemary Hall and came back with a 5-0 win over the Wild Boars. The Gators got on the board just 2:05 into the game and never looked back, outshooting Choate 30-4. "Our defense has been playing ...
Greenwich High alum resigns White House job
Greenwich Time
Jennifer Psaki, Deputy Press Secretary and Special Assistant for President Obama and a 1996 graduate of Greenwich High School, delivers the high school's commencement address in June 2009.

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09/22/11 The Raw Greenwich Blog Feed;

A Recent Blog Post About Greenwich, CT
Chelsea Piers CT Announces Lacrosse Tryouts in Stamford ...
By Erica Schietinger
Boy's team tryouts will take place October 22nd at Stamford High School's Upper turf field (behind the school). Girl's team tryouts will take place Sunday, October 30th at Greenwich Academy's Lower Tammaro Field. (See www.cpctlax.com for ...
Stamford Patch: Latest Announcements

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09/22/11 Sperry Mannix Named Partner At Greenwich Law Firm

Whitman Breed Abbott & Morgan LLC has announced that Lawrence Sperry Mannix has joined the firm as a partner in its Greenwich office. Prior to joining Whitman Breed, Mannix had been a partner at Hawthorne, Ackerly & Dorrance, LLC, in New Canaan since 1995. He remains as counsel to his former firm and is retaining his New Canaan office.

Mannix received his bachelor’s degree from Holy Cross College, law degree from the Catholic University of America and master’s degree in taxation from the Boston University School of Law. He is admitted to practice in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Washington, D.C. and the United States Tax Court. He advises clients on all aspects of estate planning, probate, estate and trust administration, and business succession planning. He regularly prepares complex wills, trusts and shareholder agreements, as well other estate planning and business documents.

Raised in Wilton, he resides there with his wife, Deidre, and their three children. His father, John F. Mannix, served New Canaan and Wilton as a state representative and was chairman of the State Board of Education.

Whitman Breed is a full service law firm that provides expertise in business law, litigation, real estate and land use, tax, employment, intellectual property, and trusts and estates.

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09/22/11 Temple Sholom Weekly E-Bulletin

Temple Sholom E-Bulletin September 22nd, 2011
Temple Sholom Sancuary

This Week 2

Saturday, September 24th

Selichot Services at the home of Rabbi Mitch and

Roseanne Hurvitz

Sunday, September 25th

RS Parent Orientation;Youth Program

Tuesday, September 27th

Lunch 'n' Learn with Cantor Asa

Wednesday, September 28th

Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown. Click here for our

full schedule of High Holiday services.


Candle Lighting
Friday, September 23rd
6:33pm
Temple Sholom's
Worship Schedule
Friday, September 23rd
6:30 - 7:15pm

Saturday, September 24th
9:30am - 12:00pm

Sunday, September 25th
8:30 - 9:15am

Temple Sholom

Simcha Corner

jewish star image

Mazel Tov To:

Carol and Robert Goodman on the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Joanna.

Paula and Douglas Gladstone on the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Jordan.

Leslie Fermon and Adam Shatz on their wedding.

Ali, Brian and Derek Wolfe on the birth of Beatrice Isabel.

Debbie Fisher and Mark Fisher on the engagement of their son, Ben, to Naomi Rosoff.

Ginger Heller, on receiving the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award 2010 for Best Book in the category of Children's Literature and for being selected as a finalist of the 2011 Indie Excellence Award in the category of Children's Fiction.


Like jewelry?

Love books?

Check out Sisterhood's Upcoming Programs!

New Member and Opening Meeting, Monday, October 17th, 7:00pm

Celebrate Israel at Sisterhood's opening meeting as we welcome our new members. Mali Michelle will be there selling her unique jewelry at a special discount for Sisterhood members. There will be Israeli food and wine. RSVP to Phyllis Shapiro at (203) 673-7809 or email her at wigini@gmail.com.

Sisterhood Book ClubBook Club, Wednesday, October 26th, 7:00pm

Sisterhood's new monthly book club will begin with My Father's Paradise by Ariel Sabar. The discussion will be led by Marilyn Schwartz, a Temple Sholom member and experienced book club facilitator. Three copies of the book are available in the Temple Sholom library or they can be purchased on Amazon as softcover or ebook. Men and women are welcome to participate.

To rsvp or if you have any questions regarding any of Sisterhood programs, please call Phyllis Shapiro at (203) 637-7809 or email her at wigini@gmail.com.


teen chalutzim

TSRS proudly announces the launch of Chalutzim!

Are your teens ready to be Chalutzim? This week TSRS launched its new, flexible, innovative and dynamic program for teens called Chalutzim (the Hebrew word for "pioneers.") Featuring programs covering topics from music to movies to Madrichim and more, our teen pioneers are sure to find new ways to explore Jewish learning! A complete catalog of opportunities was mailed last week. If you didn't receive one or need more information or to sign up, email Reb Allison!



Selichot

Saturday, September 24th, 9:00pm

Join Rabbi Mitch and Roseanne Hurvitz at their home for a beautiful, moving and mystical beginning to the Days of Awe, as we prepare our minds, hearts and souls to enter the Gates of Prayer. If you have never attended a Selichot service, this short, meditative service is filled with introspective prayers and familiar High Holiday melodies. Dessert will be served.

For more information, or to RSVP, please call Alice Schoen at (203) 542-7165, or email alice.schoen@templesholom.com.


lifelong learning

High Holiday 5772

Lunch 'n' Learn Series

Last one in the series!

Tuesday, September 27th

12:00 - 1:00pm

High Holiday Melody Workshop

with Cantor Asa.

Come hear some of your favorite High Holiday melodies, and learn more about the composers and musicians who have shaped our sacred Festival liturgy.

A kosher lunch will be served.


Join Us For Tashlich & Lunch With

Sheldon Low

Friday, September 30th at 2:00pm

Sheldon Low Publicity Photo

Join Rabbi Mitch with special guest Sheldon Low, at the home of

Jen and Mickey Lowitt.

We'd love to have you join us.

Please rsvp to Alice Schoen at

(203) 542-7165 or email her at alice.schoen@templesholom.com.

Co-sponsored by Sisterhood of

Temple Sholom.


sukkot girls with apples

Sukkot Decorating

Sunday, October 9th, 2011, 10:00 - 11:30am

Our Sukkah will be put up after Yom Kippur. Join Rav David and Reb Allison for a Sukkah party to help decorate it! Snacks and Supplies will be provided. For more information, email Lori Baden at lori.baden@templesholom.com.


New!

Saturday Morning

Torah Study

Saturday mornings, starting October 15th, 8:30am - 9:30am

Start the New Year "in the beginning," studying the weekly Torah portion with our wonderful clergy every Shabbat morning before services, in the Davis Lounge. A light breakfast will be served. Study is informal -- come as you are! For more information, email Lori Baden at lori.baden@templesholom.com.


In and Around the Community...

Bi-Cultural Day School Lunch and Learn, Mondays, 12:00 - 1:00pm, September 26th, October 3rd, and October 10th. Satisfy your hunger and nourish your mind! All classes will be held at BCDS, 2186 High Ridge Road, Stamford, Ct. Any questions, call (203) 329-2186.

The Jewish High School of Connecticut (JHSC) Open House, Sunday, October 23rd 1:00 - 3:00pm: Come see what JHSC has to offer. Scholarships and tuition assistance are available. For more information, call JHSC at (203) 275-8448 or visit them on the web at info@jhsct.org.

JFS Rosh Hodesh - Its a Girl Thing 7th & 8th Grade Program Begins on October 24th, 7:00 - 8:30pm at Temple Sholom. Through creative mediums girls come together to learn about themselves and Judaism in a cool enviroment. Each month, the group celebrates the new Jewish month through activities explaining important Jewish women, ideas, values and topics relevant to teenage girls. For more information, contact Dinah Miller Marlowe at (203) 622-1881, x 12 or at DMMarlowe@jfsgreenwich.org.

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09/22/11 JCC Greenwich Upcoming Events

Hi! I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Lisa Nuland and I am the new Webmaster and Marketing Director for the JCC Greenwich and UJA Federation of Greenwich.

I wanted to send you some upcoming events and ask if you can highlight or include them in any eblasts that are being sent out.

Take care and I look forward to working with you!

UPCOMING EVENTS:

October 2 @ 7:00 PM
Boys & Girls Club, 4 Horseneck Lane, Greenwich
Eliot Spitzer and Alan Dershowitz: A Turning Point for the MidEast and the World
LIVE from NY's 92nd Street Y

Explore the essential headlines of the day with two of the nation's most incisive and provocative voices.
$18

October 16 @ 5:00 PM
Carmel Academy, 270 Lake Avenue, Greenwich
JCC Cinema: A Jewish Girl in Shanghai
China's first Jewish-themed film charts the WWII exploits of a young Polish refugee and her Chinese friend. Animation.
Speaker: Evelyn Pike Rubin, resident of Shanghai during WWII. For ages 11 and up.
$12 General tickets; $6, Seniors

October 24 @ 10:00 AM
YWCA Greenwich, 259 East Putnam Ave, Greenwich
Is Sex Passé? A Conversation with Erica Jong
In the 70s, Erica Jong taught women how to fly. Now her daughter's generation wants to lay low -- or not at all. Is sex less desirable when it's not forbidden? Join us for a stimulating discussion on the evolution of sexuality in America. Co-sponsors: YWCA Greenwich & Jewish Book Network.
$10

October 26 @ 7pm (6:30pm cocktails)
Bruce Museum, 1 Museum Drive, Greenwich
Auspicious Liaisons: The Letters of O'Keeffe and Stieglitz
A Conversation with National Gallery of Art curator Sarah Greenough
Discover what artist Georgia O'Keeffe and photographer Alfred Stieglitz wrote one another at the dawn of American modernism, from National Gallery of Art senior curator Sarah Greenough. She will present her edited work, My Faraway One: Selected Letters of Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz: Volume I, 1915-1933.
$18

October 30 @ 10:00 AM
Carmel Academy, 270 Lake Avenue, Greenwich
JCC Cinema: Shalom Sesame's Mitzvah on the Street
Music and celebration in Israel, from Grover enjoying a Bar Mitzvah in Jerusalem to celebrated artist Matisyahu teaching Oofnik to "beat box" Hava Nagila.
General tickets: $12; Seniors $6; Children under 6, free.

09/22/11 Greenwich Congressman And Cos Cob Resident Jim Himes: The Grand Bargain

Dear Friends,

As many of you know, I left Washington in early August utterly dispirited by the eminently avoidable debt-ceiling circus. As I suspected it would, the historically unprecedented mud wrestling hurt everyone: the Congress, both parties, and most tragically, the economy and the American people.

Fortunately, since I’ve returned to DC, I’ve noted a real change in tone. My colleagues have been trying to explain the inexcusable to enraged constituents. Perhaps the experience has focused their minds. I’m not so naïve to believe that a change in tone leads to a change in action, but I am feeling better about the prospect for meaningful progress.

In the last week, the president has done two essential things: he has proposed a meaningful jobs plan to put Americans back to work, and he has proposed his version of a “grand bargain”, the type of $4 trillion deficit reduction plan we need to stabilize our nation’s debt. Importantly, he has connected those plans to the underlying American values of fairness and shared responsibility that resonate through our history and among our people. And he has told us unequivocally where he stands. Agree or disagree with his proposal, these are the elements of conviction and leadership.

Make no mistake, the road ahead is fraught, and failure is a real possibility. There are elements of the president’s plan I don’t like. The savings from accounts set up for Iraq and Afghanistan are questionable, and I’ve never met a business owner who will offer a job to get a small tax credit. The epic task of streamlining our health care system is addressed with un-epic ideas. And I promise you, there are 534 other opinions in Congress.

And of course, the Tea Party majority in the House is determined to insulate the very most fortunate Americans from any responsibility to join in this national project, and is determined to avoid handing this president anything resembling success. On these things, they are full of passionate intensity.

I hope you will join me in urging the Supercommittee to “go big” and craft a fair, equitable and forward-looking grand bargain that demonstrates courage, compassion and compromise. Our nation risks losing its competitive edge if we don’t have the resources to invest in the education of our people and the infrastructure that allows them to succeed. Only by breaking the gridlock and thinking outside our partisan pigeonholes can we move forward on so many other critical issues.

Jim

09/22/11 NY POST: Polo Mismatch In Greenwich


THERE IS A REASON THAT GREENWICH ROUNDUP IS NOT INTERESTED IN GOING TO GREENWICH POLO MATCHES ....

The handsome face of Polo, Nacho Figueras (pictured), was scolded by Valentino for the fashion faux pas of wearing blue socks with brown loafers at the St. Regis 1904 Polo Cup in Greenwich, Conn., Saturday.

A spy said, “He was giving him a friendly hard time about wearing navy blue socks with loafers.

Nacho replied, ‘I just came from warming up and didn’t think to take them off.’

Nacho was like, this guy doesn’t miss a thing.”

Also there were Jason Wu and Jessica Hart.


READ MORE:

http://www.nypost.com/p/pagesix/polo_mismatch_Hmcb4y3DdgxhEWGZXQ0MwI#ixzz1YgmdaMCW


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09/22/11 The Greenwich Topix News Message Board - (17 stories) - Indy Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants sold to group led by former Papa John's president

Topix Greenwich

Greenwich - News September 22, 2011


Indy Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants sold to group led by former Papa John's president
(Business Journal)
The restaurants were sold by Indianapolis-based Franchisee Group to Greenwich, Conn.-based Consolidated Wings Investment LLC, which is led by Holland and Bill Ogden , the managing director of Granite Capital Partners in Greenwich, according to the report.

It's all in the numbers: GA senior goes to town with Sudoku
(Greenwich Citizen)
"You can play it anywhere, on your iPhone or your iPad -- it's in newspapers everywhere.

Lady Wreckers spike Greenwich
(Westport News)
Augustine Gradoux-Matt tips it over for Staples Friday at Greenwich. Gradoux-Matt was a force at the net with six kills in the Lady Wreckers' 3-0 victory.

Greenwich High alum resigns White House job
Greenwich High alum resigns White House job
(News Times)
Greenwich native Jennifer Psaki will turn in her White House pass Thursday as she ends 4 1/2 years working for President Barack Obama and, before that, for Sen.

Retroweek: A look back on Greenwich news
(Greenwich Citizen)
"It looks like Lebanon to me," said Terry Betteridge , owner and chief executive of Betteridge Jewelers at 117 Greenwich Ave.

Patch Picks: Great Cupcakes
(Patch)
Your favorite trendy treat isn't just for New Yorkers. Here are our favorite local cupcake hotspots.

Julie Blois charged with DUI after police found her sleeping behind her steering wheel
(theoriginalgreenwichdiva)
She knew she was drunk enough to stop her vehicle in the middle of the road just before falling asleep, yet Julie Blois was not smart enough NOT to get behind the wheel of her vehicle after having several drinks on Saturday.

Busted, New York City Deputy Mayor Robert Steel lives fulltime in Greenwich NOT NYC
(theoriginalgreenwichdiva)
He is the deputy mayor of New York City, yet Robert Steel calls Greenwich, Connecticut, home. According to the Daily News, although Steel rented a luxury apartment in Manhattan after becoming deputy mayor last year, he and his wife continue to live fulltime in their $5.7 million Greenwich home, which they purchased in 1994. And although unions have negotiated for the right for top city officials to live in the suburbs with a waiver, Steel never requested one.

Greenwich Sports

Week One Football Analyzed in Just Five Minutes
(The Daily Greenwich)
The high school football season kicked off with a bang this past weekend, and Main Street Connect is here to break down the highs and the lows of Week 1 in the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference .


More Greenwich News

Editorial: In the doghouse
(New York Daily News)
For failing to understand that a governmental fat cat with a first home here and a second home there - you take your pick which is which - ought to avoid all remarks that might offend the city's rabid dog owners, the New York Knucklehead Award is bestowed on Deputy Mayor Robert Steel .

Photos: The richest of the rich
(News Times)
Steve Cohen, 55, of Greenwich, is #35 on the Forbes 400 list of richest people in America with a net worth of $8.3 billion.

Fairfield County home to 10 billionaires
(News Times)
The wealthy elite of Fairfield County are not a threat to unseat Bill Gates as the nation's richest individual, but Forbes magazine 's new list of the 400 Richest People in America reveals that the county -- and Greenwich in particular -- has a near monopoly on uber-wealth in the state.

Jazz legend to perform tomorrow
(Greenwich Citizen)
World-renowned jazz pianist Kenny Barron will make his first appearance in Greenwich at Backcountry Jazz's opening concert of its 2011-2012 season at 7:30 p.m. Sept.

Connecticut's Billionaires Richer This Year, Along With Many On Forbes List
(The Hartford Courant)
Connecticut's slice of the Forbes annual list of wealthy Americans held steady in 2011, with the same 11 billionaires on the Forbes 400, and most of these very rich got richer.

PAA Forms Alliance with MASCO Service Corp.
(Rotor)
Professional Aviation Associates, a Greenwich AeroGroup Company, announced today it has formed an alliance with MASCO Service Corporation of Southlake, Texas.

Deputy Mayor Steel insists he lives in NYC, not Greenwich
(The Real Deal)
Deputy Mayor Robert Steel, who is in charge of economic development, appears to be living most of the time in Greenwich, Conn., even though New York City law requires that top officials reside in the city, the New York Daily News reported.

2011 ONS Foundation Conference for Medical Professionals to Focus on Children -- October 15th
(PRWeb)
The ONS Foundation will hold its 3rd annual conference for medical professionals at Greenwich Hospital.


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