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LGBTQ people have been living visibly, openly and authentically for years.
We're living in the age of Real Housewives. For years, I've been obsessed with throwing drinks, wigs, flipping tables, and reunions where all of the above is rehashed. But I think Andy Cohen and the Bravo crew have missed the mark. There seriously needs to be another Housewives franchise and it only makes sense that it happens in Greenwich.
The epitome of classic New England beauty.
WHAT IS THE "SCIENCE" OF HAPPINESS? WHO IS THE SPEAKER? Happiness is where it all starts. We aren't talking about a superficial
The recent launch of the J. Luce Foundation's Hellenic Fund to support children in Greece -- whether economically distressed, orphaned, or refugee -- was an enormous success. Held at an elegant Upper East Side Greek restaurant, the event gathered over sixty people of goodwill who care about children, any children, who suffer in Greece.
Communities 4 Action (C4A), which aids prevention initiatives addressing a broad spectrum of risky behaviors, provides what Chairman Stephanie Paulmeno describes as "capacity and collaboration building."
"People think it's a rite of passage that all kids are going to drink and experiment. That may be so, but the risk isn't taken out of it," said Denise Qualey, the Managing Director of Crisis and Clinical Services at Kids in Crisis.
Prior to the introduction of the Greenwich Juvenile Review Board (JRB) in late 2008, every arrest in Greenwich, Connecticut was processed and sent directly to court.
Teenage runaways fall into two categories: chronic and episodic. Chronic running away is a routine power ploy that could involve substance abuse, while episodic running away involves isolated incidents in which a humiliating event, such as a pregnancy or fear of parental disapproval, triggers a teenager to flee home.