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After several years competing on the amateur drag racing circuit, Sarah Edwards goes pro this summer behind the wheel of Hanna Motorsports’ Queen of Diamonds II
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The Stamford dining scene has been going through a major makeover. As doors to new restaurants continue to open, blog postings and large storefront banners tease of new eateries coming to town, growing our list of what to check out now and where to point the radar next. Here’s a list of some 11 New and upcoming hot spots that will expand your dining options through spring and summer.
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A local’s personal report on a tropical paradise, Sri Lanka makes a great travel destination when you need an unexpected and exotic getaway.
Photographs: Hey Stamford/PJ Kennedy On Saturday night, May 14, Curtain Call celebrated with more than 1,000 friends and fans at the organization’s ninth annual Dancing with the Stars event. Megan Palmer Rivera (STAMFORD), culinary director for Palmer’s catering, along with her professional dance partner, Nahun Alba (from Arthur Murray Grande Ballroom of Greenwich), cooked up a dance routine worthy of the JUDGES’ CHOICE AWARD (female division), at this annual fundraiser held at the Palace Theatre, Stamford. Peter Sciarretta, (STAMFORD), CEO of Hemingway Construction, hip-hopped his way to winning the JUDGES’ CHOICE AWARD (male division) with his professional dance partner Jennifer Segovia (from St. Saviour’s School of Dance and Chelsea Piers Dance Academy). In recognition of his outstanding fundraising efforts for the event, Sciarretta, received the PEOPLES’ CHOICE AWARD (male division). Stamford resident and co-owner of Inspire Fitness, Wendi Becker Hoak, inspired many to vote for her, winning the PEOPLES’ CHOICE AWARD (female division) with her professional dance partner, Hazael Rojas, an instructor at Latin Moves Dance Studio in Stamford. For this year’s event, in addition to Hoak, Rivera and Sciarretta, other participants included Rich Davis (STAMFORD) – Manager, Murphy’s Town House – Professional Dance Partner: Justyna Masajlo – Magic Dance; Valerie […]
The official list of artists set to hit the stage for the 2016 Alive@Five concert series has been revealed
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The F.D. Rich Company is pleased to announce the opening of its latest residential rental building in the heart of downtown Stamford. The 22 story, 226 unit luxurious high-rise, the Summer House Stamford Apartments located in 184 Summer Street was developed by Rich in a partnership with the Manhattan based Andalex Group and HIG Realty Partners. The project enjoys a 97 "Walk Score" because of its close proximity to restaurants, stores, movie theaters, the University of CT, hotels and public transportation. Leasing commenced April 1, 2016 and as of May 1 the building was 1/3 committed. Summer House has become another Stamford landmark and at 22 stories in height it is the tallest residential rental building in the city. Summer House features first-class amenities to compliment the urban lifestyle. It boasts a full length roof top swimming pool overlooking the downtown street-scape, a full sized gym, 24 hour concierge service and security, entertaining kitchen, billiards room, rooftop garden terrace and a pet spa! With express train service to NYC and New Haven being offered at the nearby Stamford Transportation Center a private shuttle will be offered. The building is smoke-free. Thomas Rich said "the Summer House is the hottest address in the city. […]
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All of Stamford is marking the city’s 375th birthday this spring in a meaningful way.
Think traditional nautical—navy and white—but with a French twist. Overhaul your Breton stripes by adding red into the mix, and get on board with easy accessories.
COMMUNITY PLATES’ FOOD FOR ALL 2016 to Showcase Fairfield County’s Newest Restaurants and Craft Cocktail Bars
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Lord & Taylor today announced its full plans to create an updated and modern shopping experience for its Stamford, CT store
In a special evening, Mr. Schwartz will chat about his life, legendary career and his contributions to the American musical.
It’s time to dust off the bike and get back into shape for spring riding. Here are five tips from Julie Gabay, owner of Pacific Cycling and Triathlon in Stamford.
On March 9th, HSS Sports Rehab provided by Stamford Health, a collaboration of Hospital for Special Surgery and Stamford Health located at Chelsea Piers Connecticut, held its official launch event. The Sports Rehab facility, located next door to the HSS Stamford Outpatient Center, offers exceptional rehabilitative therapy for sports-related injuries and conditions. Sports Rehab brings the latest protocols and best practices in rehabilitative medicine to Fairfield County. Staffed by world-class clinicians in orthopedics, hand therapy and other areas, its specialists treat young athletes, competitive athletes and recreational athletes, offering non-surgical, pre-operative and post-operative care. Above: Participating in the official ribbon-cutting for HSS Sports Rehab are (left to right) Robb Mercer, Director of Operations for Stamford Health; Kathleen Silard, RN, EVP, COO for Stamford Health; Debbie Nemchek, Director of Outpatient Rehab for Stamford Health; David Smith, SVP, Strategy and Network Development for Stamford Health; JeMe Cioppa-Mosca, SVP Rehabilitation at HSS; Vicki Hoffman, Service Line Director, Orthopedics for Stamford Health; Jaime Edelstein, Senior Director, Regional Off-site Rehab Facilities at HSS; Jennifer Rentas, VP at HSS; and Justin Clark, Site Manager of HSS Sports Rehab.
Try out these kid-friendly spots that offer both a welcoming, laid-back environment and versatile, mouthwatering menu for those of all ages to enjoy.
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MARCH EVENTS Thu. 17 DRAMA Curtain Call stages David Rosenberg’s The Hostage, about the events in a Belfast jail leading up to the execution of an eighteen-year-old IRA member. $22. Thursday–Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. Dressing Room Theatre, 1349 Newfield Ave., 203-461-6358; curtaincallinc.com. Through April 3; The Sisters Rosensweig opens April 28. Sat. 19 RETROSPECTIVE The Loft Artists Association presents A Fluid Palette, forty years of work by Lisa Cuscuna. Opening reception March 17, 6–8 p.m. Free. Saturday–Sunday, 1–4:30 p.m. LAA Gallery, 575 Pacific St., 203-247-2027. Through April 3. Thu. 31 SONG & DANCE Stage legend Ben Vereen in a Spotlight Soiree benefit concert that pays tribute to Broadway and the music of Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr. Call for 6 p.m. gala tickets. Concert: $35–$70, 8 p.m. Palace Theatre, 61 Atlantic St., 203-325-4466; palacestamford.org APRIL EVENTS Fri. 1 MUSICAL Curtain Call stages Little Shop of Horrors, the sci-fi smash that tells the tale of the meek floral assistant Seymour Krelborn and the insatiable Audrey II. $22. Thursday–Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. Kweskin Theatre, 1349 Newfield Ave., 203-461-6358; curtaincallinc.com. Through April 30. Thu. 7 SATIRE Master of satire David Sedaris, one of the country’s preeminent […]
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