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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

10/25/11 Greenwich Police Blotter: Suspended DUI Driver Pulled Over For Failing Traffic Signal

A 54-year-old Bethel man was charged with driving a motor vehicle with a suspended license and failure to obey a traffic signal after he ran a red light on Arch Street, police said.
Kenneth A. Parks was stopped Tuesday at 10:13 a.m. after running the red light, and a check of his license showed it was suspended because of a previous conviction for driving under the influence, police said.

Parks was released after posting $500 bond and is set to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford Nov. 10.

02/25/11 This Woman Is Just Trouble For Mr. Ludwig

An Amityville, N.Y., man was charged with violating a protective order after a traffic stop just before 2 p.m. Today on Ritch Avenue in Byram, police said.

Police said they discovered the female passenger of the car had a temporary protective order against the driver, 25-year-old Rodgers Ludwig. Police said the order stemmed from an Oct. 1 domestic incident in New York City. The order restricted Ludwig from having any contact with the woman.

He was placed under arrest and later released on $1,500 bond. He was set to appear in court in Stamford on Wednesday.

10/25/11 The Raw Overnight Greenwich News Feed

News Reports About Greenwich, CT
Proposed Greenwich retirement community raises ire
Greenwich Time
The proposed 660000-square-foot building, called Greenwich Tollgate, would be located at 345 W. Putnam Ave., currently the site of Post Road Iron Works. The facility would have 300 residential units, including some multi-bed apartments, ...
Anti-Wall Streeters inspire Halloween costumes
The Associated Press
Actual protesters have been invited to take part in the huge Greenwich Village Halloween parade, not far from their home base in Zuccotti Park. Occupy Wall Streeters have set up a website with some costume ideas for the parade, calling on supporters to ...

The Associated Press
Parody Twitter Created for 'Occupy Greenwich'
The Daily Easton
OccupyGreenwich also tweets, "No need to come up to Greenwich, CT. Our gates are high & pointy" and is followed by OpWallStreet, the international Occupy Wall Street movement's Twitter page. Do you think the real Occupy Wall Street movement will come ...
Greenwich boys soccer team shuts out Ludlowe
Stamford Advocate
Needing a victory to clinch a berth in the FCIAC Tournament, the Greenwich High School boys soccer team needed something to relieve the tension during Monday's crucial game against Fairfield Ludlowe. Two goals in a one-minute span in the first half did ...
Greenwich Academy field hockey, volleyball teams clinch FAA regular ...
Stamford Advocate
It was a championship day for the Greenwich Academy field hockey and volleyball teams Monday, as both squads clinched the Fairchester Athletic Association regular season title. The Gators' field hockey team clinched another FAA regular season ...

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10/25/11 BREAKING NEWS: Richard Shenkman Found Guilty On All Counts

Richard Shenkman Found Guilty On All Counts

Richard Shenkman, who claimed that he was insane at the time of a 15-hour standoff with police, has been found guilty of all counts against him.

Shenkman was charged with first-degree kidnapping, first-degree arson, third-degree assault, attempted assault on police officers, interfering with police, violation of a protective order and other charges.

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10/25/11 Upcoming JCC Greenwich Events

Hello! I wanted to get all of our upcoming JCC Greenwich events out to you so they can be published in your websites!

Please email me if you have any questions or events you would like us to know about.

Take care,
Lisa Nuland

UPCOMING
JCC GREENWICH EVENTS:


October 30 @ 11:00 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.
This is part of Carmel Academy's Open House.
General tickets: $12; Seniors $6; Children under 6, free.


October 30 @ 5:00 PM
Greenwich
Reform Synagogue, 257 Stanwich Road, Greenwich
Senator Joseph Lieberman's The Gift of Rest
We are proud to present an evening with Connecticut Senator Joseph Lieberman, sponsored by JCC Greenwich and UJA Federation of Greenwich and hosted by Greenwich Reform Synagogue. Senator Lieberman will discuss his new book, The Gift of Rest: Rediscovering the Beauty of the Sabbath, reflecting on how the observance of the Sabbath has anchored and inspired his life.
Registration required, No fee

November 2 @ 9:30 AM
UJA of Greenwich, One Holly Hill Lane
Social Media Workshop
with Sarah Darer Littman

Instructor Sarah Darer Littman will explain everything you need to know about the ins and outs of Facebook, Linked-In and Twitter – without the jargon.
$25

November 13 @ 5:00 PM
Audubon Greenwich, 613 Riversville Road, Greenwich
Owl Prowl & Night Hike
with Audubon naturalists Lindsey DeVito and Brian O'Toole
Get wise to the ways of the owl and learn how to protect its natural habitat on a moonlit adventure in the wild. Part of the Global Day for Jewish Learning.
For 8-12-year-old prowlers.
$15
, registration required.

November 14 @ 10:00 AM
Temple Sholom, 300 East Putnam Ave., Greenwich
Israel Advocacy on the Editorial Pages: Letter Writing as Activism
with Josh Hasten

Want to improve how Israel is portrayed in the media? Learn how to get your voice heard through letter-writing and op-eds, at a special workshop offered by The Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America.
No fee, registration required.

November 17 @ 10:45 AM
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street, New York City
Private Tour of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Continuing our spotlight on Stieglitz and his cohorts, we're off to The Met for a close-up of the original work of art.
$50, registration required.

November 17 @ 7:30 PM
Carmel Academy, 270 Lake Ave., Greenwich
Rabbi Avi Weiss in Person
Come meet one of the most exciting thinkers and doers to emerge on the Jewish scene -- and get a deeper sense of why Newsweek ranked him as the nation's 12th most prominent rabbi. Sponsored by The Flashner Family.

November 20 @ 5:00 PM
Temple Sholom, 300 East Putnam Avenue
JCC Cinema: The Matchmaker
Israel. 2010, 112 minutes, Hebrew with English subtitles. Comedy/Drama.
In 1968 Haifa, a teenage boy gets a summer job with a mysterious matchmaker who has him spy on the potential matches to vet they are truly in need of love. His lessons in romance are put to the test when his best pal's cousin returns from America all abuzz with notions of free love and rock 'n roll. A story about learning to live, love and spread joy despite life's hardships. Nominated for seven Israeli Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Actress. Directed by renowned filmmaker Avi Nesher. General tickets: $12; Seniors $6

November 30 @ 7:00 PM
Bang & Olufsen Greenwich, 365 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich
The Google Life
with author Steven Levy

Few companies in history have known the success of Google, the game-changer that has remade the Internet and become a pivotal part of our lives. How has Google done it? WIRED's senior editor will sign copies of his new book, In the Plex: How Google Thinks, Works, and Shapes Our Lives.
$10
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www.jccgreenwich.org

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10/25/11 BREAKING NEWS: Fairfield County's Weekend Could Get Flaky

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Fairfield County's Weekend Could Get Flaky

FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – If you plan to be outdoors this weekend, you may want to ...


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10/25/11 Greenwich Press Releases

Thank you for all your help in advertising the Town's Recreation Dept's
programs to the Community.

I could not get the programs going without your help.

Thanks again. I am sending you the Men's B Ball, and the Indoor field
hockey. If you can find it in your hearts to put them in again I would be
very appreciative.

I am also attaching a new release for our annual play A Christmas Carol.

Frank Gabriele

(See attached file: Indoor field Hockey fall 11.doc)(See attached file:
Mens BBall press release.doc)(See attached file: A Christmas Carol 11.doc)

Indoor Field Hockey Clinics

At

The Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center

The Department of Parks and Recreation announces that it will be starting Indoor Field Hockey Clinics on Sunday November 27 and running for 4 weeks until December 18.

Registration for these Clinics will begin by mail only starting Monday October 17 – Friday October 21. In person registration will begin on Monday October 24 at the Bendheim Western Civic Center, 449 Pemberwick Rd.

The classes will meet for four Sundays. Session 1 will meet from 3:30 to 4:30 pm for children 8 and 9 years old. Session 2 will be from 4:30 to 5:30 pm for children 10 – 12 years old. The program will help children develop skills in stick work, passing, receiving, shooting, basic offensive and defensive skills and small sided games.

For more information or to register please visit our website at www.greenwichct.org, or call, or stop by the Bendhiem Western Greenwich Civic Center, 449 Pemberwick Rd., 532-1259.

THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION

ANNOUNCES

MEN’S BASKETBALL LEAGUE REGISTRATION MEETING

The Department of Parks and Recreation announces that the Registration/organizational meeting for the Men’s Basketball leagues will be on Thursday, November 3, 2011 at 7 pm at the Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center located at 449 Pemberwick Rd. in the Glenville section of Greenwich 06831.

Anyone wishing to enter a team, or people that want to get on a team must come and register at this meeting. We accept resident teams, and teams from Greenwich businesses, and corporations.

Games are played Monday thru Thursday evenings at various gym locations around town. The league is set to begin January 2, 2012.

For more information please call Frank Gabriele at 203-622-7821 or visit our website at www.greenwichct.org.


The Department of Parks and Recreation

Presents

A Christmas Carol

Performed live by the Hampstead Stage Company

The Department of Parks and Recreation announces that they will be showing the play “A Christmas Carol” at the Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center Tuesday, November 29, 2011 from 4 pm to 5 pm. Tickets cost $5.00 per person. For more information, or to buy tickets call the Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center, or visit our website at www.greenwichct.org.

This program is specifically geared to children in Kindergarten – 8th grades and will be presented by the Hampstead Stage Company.

The Hampstead Stage Company was formed over twenty five years ago. It is named after the area of London from which the founders hail. Since its inception it has grown into one of the largest national educational touring companies which perform over two thousand shows a year for over twenty million audience members.

Charles Dickens,” A Christmas Carol” is a story that is both timeless and universal. It is the delightful tale of the miser, Ebenezer Scrooge, and his clerk, Bob Cratchit. Through visits from the spirits of Christmas past, present, and future, Scrooge learns the true meaning of Christmas.


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10/25/11 CT NEWS Alert: NBC Sports To Add 450 Jobs, Hockey Studio In Stamford

NBC Sports To Add 450 Jobs, Hockey Studio In Stamford

NBC Sports Group will rebrand its Versus network in Stamford and will bring at least 450 jobs to the state, under Gov. Malloy's "First Five" program.

10/25/11 Greenwich Post Breaking News Alert


Breaking News Alert

Selectmen's Nomination Advisory Committee member who accused fellow members of making biased and insensitive remarks, has resigned.

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10/25/11 There's Still Time to Register for Family Centers Luncheon with Henry Kissinger

Click here for tickets and sponsorship information

Don't Miss Your Chance to See Dr. Henry Kissinger
Friday, November 4
12-2 p.m.
Hyatt Regency
Old Greenwich, CT


How Will China's Surging Economy Impact the U.S.?
Dr. Henry Kissinger -- who recently returned from his 40th trip to China -- will discuss his new book On China, and share his expert perspective on the global impact of China’s emerging economy on Friday, November 4. His remarks will be the centerpiece of a luncheon benefitting Family Centers at 12 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency in Old Greenwich.

Dr. Kissinger is widely recognized as the foremost authority on Chinese culture and economic strategy. He served as Secretary of State from 1973-1977 under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. While in office, Kissinger played a dominant role in United States foreign policy, having pioneered détente with the Soviet Union and orchestrated the opening of diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China. In 1973, Kissinger was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for negotiating the Paris Peace Accords and ending the Vietnam War.

Click here or visit www.familycenters.org for tickets and sponsorship information, or scan the code below from your iPhone, BlackBerry or Android Smartphone.
203-869-4848| www.familycenters.org

10/25/11 Greenwich Topix News Message Board - (8 stories) - FIRST STORY: Glories of Gilded Age

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Greenwich - News October 25, 2011


Glories of Gilded Age (Greenwich Citizen)
Last week, some of the silver and jewelry designed and crafted during the Gilded Age in Greenwich was on display at Betteridge Jewelers as part of ongoing spotlight the Greenwich Historical Society is shining on the glories of that Gilded Age.

Greenwich Costume Shop Struggles This Halloween
Greenwich Costume Shop Struggles This Halloween (The Daily Greenwich)
Sophia Scarpelli, owner of the year-round vintage and costume shop Sophia's Costumes , is celebrating three decades of Halloweens in Greenwich.

Greenwich Girl Wins League Cross Country Crown (The Daily Greenwich)
Greenwich senior Abby Markowitz patiently waited to make her move in the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference cross country championships Monday at Waveny Park.

Heavey to Become Greenwich's Top Cop Nov. 1 (The Daily Greenwich)
Greenwich will make it official Nov. 1 when when Deputy Police Chief James Heavey is sworn in as head of the department.

Greenwich cruiser narrowly avoids crash (Connecticut Post)
A police officer was forced to make an evasive move with his cruiser after a car that police said was driven by an intoxicated man nearly collided with the officer on West Putnam Avenue, early Saturday, police said.

Party Lines: Greenwich Campaign Trail Notes (Patch)
Letter to the Editor submission deadline Before we get into the news and happenings on the campaign trail in Greenwich, please mark your calendars.

Abilis Supporters Walk, Talk at Greenwich Point (The Daily Stamford)
GREENWICH, Conn. - Greenwich's Afton Fraser felt the support of the Abilis community during Sunday's Walk in the Park at Greenwich Point.

Chinese Fail to Acquire Saab Auto
Chinese Fail to Acquire Saab Auto (INAUTONEWS)
Today, Swedish Automobile N.V. announced that it has terminated the Subscription Agreement of July, 2011 entered into by Swan and Chinese companies Pang Da and Youngman....

... Sweden-based Saab said Thursday it received a $70 million funding pledge from North Street Capital LP, a Greenwich, Connecticut- based private-equity firm. China's top planning agency said Oct. 11 that Chinese companies should adopt a cautious ...

10/25/11 The Greenwich First Selectman Report

News Reports About Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei
Greenwich Panel Ordered Into Sensitivity Training
myfoxny.com
The Greenwich Times reports that First Selectman Peter Tesei ordered the committee charged with helping recruit candidates for municipal boards and ...
Party Lines: Greenwich Campaign Trail Notes
Patch.com
Incumbent two-term incumbent Peter Tesei's site is http://www.petertesei.com and he also can be followed on Twitter: @PeterTesei. ...

Recently Updated Web Pages About Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei
Tesei orders sensitivity training for committee - Connecticut Post
Photo: Incumbent Republican First Selectman Peter Tesei during the League of Women Voters of Greenwich debate between the candidates for first selectmen at ...
www.ctpost.com/.../Tesei-orders-sensitivity-training-for-comm...


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10/25/11 The Raw Greenwich VIDEO Feed: Student to Teacher Ratio

A Recently Updated Video About Greenwich, CT
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10/25/11 Whiz Kid Warren Bein Goes The Distance and more from Greenwich Patch


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Whiz Kid Warren Bein Goes The Distance

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Musician, athlete, environmentalist and one busy student.

Letter: Ponns Cohen Worthy of Re-Election

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Exercising The Process to Vote

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Parent Supports Povinelli for Ed Board

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Suicide Attempt Rates in CT Higher Than National Average [Update]

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Actual suicide rates in the state, however, are among the lowest in the nation.

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Blowin' in the Wind

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Finding satisfaction—and purpose—in doing my own yard work.


Local Voices

October 25, 2011

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No Fudge for Fido: Dangers for Pets in Every Room

Dr. Steve Zeide

A checklist of threats to your pet ... all through the house.
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Functional vs. Strength Training

Peak Physique

The differences between functional training and strength training, which is better and how a personal trainer might include both into your daily workout.


Community Bulletin

October 25, 2011

Religious Occasions

Anti-Genocide Week Nov. 4th - 13th

Andi Rosenthal | Oct 24, 2011



"Breaking the Silence: A Response to Genocide" will be presented by Temple Sholom, Christ Church and The Sholom Center from November…

Social Notes

Greenwich Food + Wine Festival

Shelley Kapitulik Drazin | Oct 24, 2011

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The inaugural Greenwich 2011 Food + Wine Festival took place Saturday, October 22 and Sunday, October 23 at Roger Sherman Baldwin …

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Things to Do

October 25, 2011

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JCC Basketball League Registration

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Registration is now open for the Greenwich Basketball League, open to all boys and girls, grades 1-8. Players will enjoy first rate …

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Time for Lyme Fall Boutique



Time for Lyme (TFL), an organization that raises money to fund and promote research for Lyme and other tick-borne diseases, will …

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Open Auditions for Holiday 'Panto'



The Town Players of New Canaan Announces Open Auditions for Little Red Riding Hood, A Holiday Panto To Be Held on Sunday, October …

10/25/11 Greenwich Costume Shop Struggles This Halloween And More News In The Daily Greenwich

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Greenwich Costume Shop Struggles This Halloween
by Anna Helhoski and Meaghan Morelli | 10/25/11

GREENWICH, Conn. — Sophia Scarpelli, owner of the year-round vintage and costume shop Sophia's Costumes, is celebrating three ...

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Dog Owners Angered by Leash Rule in Weston
by Erin Lynch | 10/25/11

WESTON, Conn. — Lara Pasternack has always thought of the Trout Brook Valley nature preserve as a great place to hike. And she says ...

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Greenwich To Hold Voter Registration Session
by Anna Helhoski | 10/25/11

GREENWICH, Conn. – The Greenwich registrars of voters will hold a registration session to sign up eligible voters in accordance with ...

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Tragedy Inspires Westport Teacher to Produce Film
by Vanessa Inzitari | 10/25/11

WESTPORT, Conn. – Teacher Lauren Bullock is a firm believer in turning negatives into positives. That's why the Westport ...

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Greenwich Girl Wins League Cross Country Crown
by Tom Renner | 10/24/11

GREENWICH, Conn. – Greenwich senior Abby Markowitz patiently waited to make her move in the Fairfield County Interscholastic ...

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