Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Shoplifting Problem In The Nation

Shoplifting is our nation’s “silent crime”. Parents don’t want to believe it, schools don’t address it, retailers don’t want to talk about it, police don’t want to respond to it, courts don’t want to deal with it and the people who do the shoplifting either rationalize it as “no big deal” or are too ashamed…
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Reynolds Fine Arts Reviewed

An entrepreneurial gallery owner in the US: An interview with Robert Reynolds, appeared in the HuffPost Arts & Culture section on July 29, 2013. The piece was written by Steve Mariotti, founder of Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship. I was lucky enough to meet Robert Reynolds off of the coast of Sicily while I was on…
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A Review of Roìa Restaurant

Roia Restaurant was recently reviewed by Stephanie Lyness in the a New York Times.  Titled: A Flow of French and Italian Influences A Review of Roìa Restaurant, in New Haven. A recent dinner at Roìa Restaurant in New Haven prompted the question of how this new operation, barely four months old, could make us feel we were…
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Sweeter with a new cupcake shop

Hours after Sweet Mary’s bakery closes every night, Missy Antonelli is still in the shop—blending, frosting and preparing for the next morning’s fresh batch of customers. And while the owner and baker for the Court Street shop, averages a minimum of 80 hours of work a week, she has no complaints. “It’s a much different…
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