Author, Susan Eisenhower, granddaughter of President Dwight David Eisenhower, shares the principles and formative influences of his life in her book “How Ike Led.”
Anne W. Semmes
Greenwich High School graduate Kristin Toretta Lee reconnects with her high school English teacher after 20 years and reflects on the influence she has had on her life.
Easy Kelsey of Kelsey Farm shares her efforts to fight the removal of the Chase Bank in Banksville, with other store owners expressing their similar sentiments.
A birder learns of the differences between the Great Blue Heron and the Great White Heron, other than its color.
Gertrude O’Donnell Riska shares the history of the Cos Cob Power Plant, and the contributions of her father, Lewis Grant O’Donnell, who played an instrumental role in that history.
Coline Jenkins, the great, great granddaughter of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, shares her efforts over a seven-year period to bring into being the first female statue in New York City’s Central Park.
2020 Greenwich Sentinel Awardee Pam Pagnani shares the values she has found in the ways she and others give back to their community.
How an event of two birds interacting as witnessed by Greenwich birder Jim Muchmore is interpreted by himself and by noted bird behavior specialists.
Looking across at the challenges ospreys have faced and relating them to the challenge we face with the pandemic.
Introducing former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams – now Lord Williams, with his previous presence in the Greenwich and New York area and his extraordinary career as a theologian, intellectual, poet, and priest.