NOVEMBER 2018

A gem of a family

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From its early days as a Bostonian purveyor of watches and silver, Shreve, Crump & Low – the luxe jewelry emporium that has found a home, too, on Greenwich Avenue — has also been known for its commemorative cups.

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Sister acts

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While the world of the Sisters of the Divine Compassion has in some ways contracted, the sisters’ sense of community and mission of service, always the core of the order, has continued and strengthened.

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Terrain, part of a stylish Westport family

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Terrain is a “sister store” to Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters, so you know there’s something aesthetically pleasing – and eco-minded – going on here. Westport’s lucky enough to have these three URBN siblings within its borders, and we spotlight what’s on offer at Terrain, the “baby,” these days.

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A sisterhood of support

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Members of Sole Sisters, the Greenwich United Way’s Women’s Initiative, may not be related by blood, but their shared passion for philanthropy has created a sisterhood within the organization and has led them to raise more than $2 million to support those in need in the community.

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