Stamford’s Everyday Democracy is hosting two group discussion on personal thoughts and experiences, information sharing, and action planning surrounding racism in our community.
Dr. Chansoo Hah is a Stamford dad of two and a dentist at the pediatric dental office, Hello Dental! He’s giving his #1 tip for getting little ones to brush teeth and talking about why he loves raising a family in Stamford.
Luigi is a Stamford dad of three. He is the Director of Marketing for County TV & Appliance. He’s sharing his favorite gift for dads this year and the best “dad advice” he’s gotten!
Nate Jean-Baptiste is Program Director/Head of Player Development at High Rise Basketball. Besides spending time with his three children, he loves basketball (of course) and sharing that passion with the next generation. Read more to find out about his basketball career and his tips for staying active this summer!
The Lost Husband is a movie based on the novel by bestselling author Katherine Center. The film is heartwarming, funny and has a great cast! We spoke to the film’s director, Vicky Wight, about the film, her career as a producer/director/writer, and more!
We chatted with Stamford based mom and daughter team behind Hat Attack, BJ and Cooper about working together, what influences their style and some great options for Mother’s Day gifts!
When everything began to shut down due to COVID-19, Brooke Connors and her family decided to use the time to do good. So, she launched a chapter of Pandemic of Love in Fairfield County. Learn more about it and how to get involved!
Glaucia is a Stamford daycare owner who is making masks with her mom to donate and for sale to cover the cost of materials. Read about their story, here!
45-year-old Chris Tillett is a Wilton father of five month old twin boys who is now home with his family after spending weeks in the hospital after being diagnosed with COVID-19. His wife, Elizabeth Tillett is sharing his story to offer both hope and caution to others in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Location, location, location puts this lightly populated suburban neighborhood squarely on the map. The Staci Zampa Team has a list of hidden gems in the Westover area.