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THE EAT IS ON
These days, with social distancing rules decreasing capacity at restaurants, a lunch or dinner reservation may be harder to come by than in pre-pandemic days. But there are so many great culinary options that you’ll want to make sure you snag a table. Here, we offer up some of our favorite dishes around town.
By Elizabeth Keyser

CULTIVATING COMPASSION
Even more heartening than the support that area nonprofits receive from the adults in town is that our kids are active members of our philanthropic community. We talk to teens who have learned the lesson that making an altruistic impact is just as important as excelling in the classroom, on the sports fields or on the stage.
By Lynn Stack


DEPARTMENTS

EDITOR’S LETTER

FOUNDER’S PAGE
Of Food and Fixing It

STATUS REPORT
BUZZ Tired of the same walks and runs? We’ve got you covered. SHOP Veronica Beard opens its doors on the Avenue. HOME Architect Charles Hilton celebrates stunning homes of Greenwich. DO A new kind of workout at Club Sweat GO Wellness lessons learned in the Caribbean; Toyota Camry LE

G-MOM
The school year certainly looks different, so here are some tips on easing anxiety and making it as normal as possible.

PEOPLE & PLACES
Riverside Yacht Club Boat Parade; Graduation, the 2020 way: Brunswick, Sacred Heart and Greenwich Academy

VOWS
Ormond–Morello

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INDEX OF ADVERTISERS

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A good kind of scare

 

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