May – June 2016


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Meet the Press

The Washington Post national political reporter and Stamford native, KATIE ZEZIMA, opens up about covering Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign, life on the road and her rapid ascent in the competitive world of print journalism. And no, we didn’t ask, nor did she offer, her opinion on any of the candidates.

Heroin: Too Close to Home

As the pharmaceutical industry made billions off of highly addictive opioid painkillers, the drug cartels quietly watched and waited. Their patience paid off and a booming customer base was created. Enter heroin. In the past three years, heroin deaths have nearly tripled in Connecticut alone.

What is going on?


Editor’s Letter
By Camilla A. Herrera

Status Report
Buzz: Filling in the Blanks; Andrew Chappelle of Hamilton; Health Report: Fertility
Shop: Gifts for Mom and Dad
Go: Sailing the British Virgin Islands; Audi Q7
Home: Wakefield Design Center
Do: Paula’s Podcasts; Stamford’s 375th; Don’t Miss This; Road Races
Eat: Café Noir; New and Upcoming Restaurants

Dad About Town
Teen on the Road
By kevin McKeever

Scene Stealers
The Avon Theatre, MS Society Connecticut Chapter, Stamford Family YMCA, Stamford Museum & Nature Center, Stamford Peace, Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic

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