A golden region

What makes Connecticut’s Gold Coast truly golden is the relationship among business, culture and history that plays out in each of its communities in different ways.

Anita Hill’s way

Anita Hill – who spoke recently at Fairfield County’s Community Foundation, The Fund for Women & Girls luncheon at the Hyatt Regency Greenwich – turned her experience testifying about Clarence Thomas’ sexual harassment of her into a career advocating against gender violence.

A second home for Copland House

Copland House – a center for American music in the former Cortlandt Manor home of composer Aaron Copland – returns to performance in Westchester County for the first time in two years with its Music From Copland House ensemble at the Emelin Theatre in Mamaroneck, its new home away from home. Copland House is still, however, looking for an additional home of its own now that its 10-year run at Merestead in Mount Kisco is over.

A tribute: William M. Losapio, WAG adviser

William M. Losapio — co-owner of the former Sergio’s and Gregory’s restaurants in Hartsdale and White Plains respectively and an adviser for Westfair Communications’ WAG magazine, died at his Valhalla home on the evening of April 18 at age 80.