Monthly Archives: July 2019

Tracy Fox: Life Coach, Author, Speaker

Happy Self, Happy Marriage, Happy Life By Michele Graham Photography by ChiChi Ubiña  Why does happiness seem so elusive? The answer to this question has people ringing Tracy Fox’s phone. Tracy didn’t start out to be a life coach—she was simply writing a blog to help people better understand the Bible’s powerful potential to impact [...]

Tracy Fox: Life Coach, Author, Speaker2019-07-31T18:44:44+00:00

Robert Mars – The Intersection of Celebrity and Consumer Culture

By Nancy M. Better Photography by ChiChi Ubiña On a midsummer morning, Robert Mars drops his two young sons at day camp, then heads to a local coffee shop to discuss plans for a skateboarding park with fellow community members. Clad in blue jeans and t-shirt, with gray hair and a scruffy beard, he looks [...]

Robert Mars – The Intersection of Celebrity and Consumer Culture2019-07-31T18:10:28+00:00

Faces of Philanthropy: Stuart Adelberg, Executive Director, Avon Theatre Film Center

People, Places and Performances By Michele Graham Photography by ChiChi Ubiña “I confess that I never planned to devote my life to the non-profit world – fate put me here,” says Stuart Adelberg. A dedicated non-profit leader, Stuart’s imprint can be felt through Fairfield County. As the former President of the United Way of Greenwich, [...]

Faces of Philanthropy: Stuart Adelberg, Executive Director, Avon Theatre Film Center2019-07-31T18:06:22+00:00

Summer Design Forum Series – Amarpali

Amarpali. The name alone evokes visions of a home beyond the ordinary. Designed and built by renowned architect Dinya Wadia, Amarpali is palatial in size, exquisite in detail. It was at this magical estate on Lake Avenue in Greenwich that LOOK, in conjunction with the interior design store Eleish Van Breems Home, hosted the first of its Summer Design Forums.

Summer Design Forum Series – Amarpali2019-11-04T04:54:14+00:00

A Tiny House Resort in the Catskills

Have you ever watched the tiny house shows and wondered what it would be like to live in a delightful little home like that? Find out at Think Big—A Tiny House Resort in the Catskills, two hours from Greenwich. It’s a property with nine tiny houses (and more under development). This is an idyllic, four-season spot complete with adorable farm animals, a pool, river, and waterfall. There’s also Wi-Fi, Netflix, air-conditioning, heat, and fully working bathrooms. File under #glamping.

A Tiny House Resort in the Catskills2019-11-04T04:47:51+00:00