Sept/Oct 2011: Table of Contents



Features

10 Teens with Bright Futures
Active and outspoken—ten teens from the area share their success in pursuing their dreams.
by Christy Colasurdo

Milestone: 9/11
A decade after the horrific attacks, we open the
discussion about the day that changed us.
by Charlotte Adinolfi and Ana Rocha   

Spirited Beginnings
Gather friends near—here, tips and recipes for cocktail hour and coffee desserts at home.  
by Judy Ostrow

infashion
Designer Elie Tahari—plus, fab fall trends.

News from the Masthead
         
President’s Letter

From the Editor

Fab Finds
Stylish entertaining: Fairfield Wines & Spirits; Crate & Barrel; Marcia Selden Catering; Anthropologie; Simon Pearce; Bonnie Marcus; Williams-Sonoma                                                   
 
Towntalk
Artistic Director Mark Lamos and Theater Critic Ben Brantley discuss regional theater. Plus, we spotlight an ambitious new exhibit. Also, Main Street’s makeover: Nike, Theory, Jack Wills, Gap and JCrew.

Towntalk: Real Estate
Gather friends and family—these homes were built for entertaining.  

People & Places 
Norma F. Pfriem Rose of Hope Luncheon; Hole in the Wall Gang;  Autism Speaks; Greens Farms Academy; Juvenile Diabetes; Westport Library; Light Keepers; Habitat for Humanity; Discovery Museum; Women Against MS; Women in Business; American Cancer Society; Domestic Violence Crisis Center; St. Vincent’s; Simply Smiles

Buzz
Artisan Restaurant; athome
 
UpClose
Save the Children’s Charlie MacCormack—a career helping the world’s most vulnerable
   
Weddings
Harelik–Haberstroh; Valentine–Tarson

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