Something exciting, forward-looking and hopeful is happening in October right in the heart of downtown Greenwich. The Bruce Museum, our own cultural “gem” which focuses on both the arts and science, is beginning construction on what will become the “New Bruce”. The New Bruce is being called a “reimagining” of our beloved local Museum, and will be double the size of the existing Museum.
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A birder learns of the differences between the Great Blue Heron and the Great White Heron, other than its color.
Every other week, the Greenwich Sentinel will bring you exclusive updates on happenings around Town Hall from First Selectman Fred Camillo.
Last Sunday was another glorious and exuberant summer afternoon at the Greenwich Polo Club as White Birch and Altaris, the two renowned high-goal polo contingents based here in town, valiantly delivered the golden goods to clinch victories in the two five-chukker matches held that day.
Former DI college coaches and current Sacred Heart Greenwich athletics administrators Liz Dennison and Aly Costigan discuss recruiting in the COVID era.
Editorial about the Legislature’s special session and the Police Accountability Act.
Our new normal at Greenwich High School.
Ideas on ways to evaluate and increase the personal well-being of Greenwich residents using as a starting point, research by Datahaven.
The answer can be as simple as a sketchbook. A sketchbook is many things, but most importantly it’s a gateway into larger artistic practices and the art world itself. Young artists should be encouraged to doodle, collect and record as often as possible so the book becomes a place to keep not only drawings but more importantly ideas.
Editorial about the passing of Donald M. Kendall.