Former Westhill High School sweethearts Samantha Spillane and Michael Berg will be tying the knot in Boston, where both graduated from college (Northeastern and Harvard, respectively). The couple and their families are thrilled about the November wedding.
Hop on down to Kaleidoscope Kids at Bull’s Head on Saturday, April 16, where local photographer Kim Anderson will be offering free photos with the Easter Bunny. Kim and her husband, Brent Ramsey, have recently started, an event photography and video adjunct to her portrait business, “About You Portraits."
The fat envelope arrived and Academy of Information, Technology & Engineering senior Sebastian Arango is looking forward to attending Central Connecticut State University in September.
The Stamford Art Association is presenting two concurrent shows featuring local artists. Jose Acosta’s "Cuban American Art Exhibition" will be on display until Thursday April 28. "Two Views, Artwork by Chick Finder and Ralph Hayashida" will be open until Friday, April 15. Gallery hours are Thursday and Friday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., and Friday and Saturday, noon-3 p.m.
Locust Contemporary Dance Works, a youth dance company, will present the multi-media production "Simplicity" on April 16 at the Long Ridge School.  Director Jimmy Locust is a dancer whose energy and personal experiences, along with his performing and choreographing talents, are also behind “No Hate But Harmony,” an innovative anti-bullying campaign that has reached out to Stamford students since 2005.
Danny Gunnip, whose band “Gunnip and Preu” was a fixture at Stamford nightspots in the late 1970s, has now taken a backseat as his daughter Meagan Gunnip has begun a singing/songwriting career of her own. “I can't tell you how proud of her I am. She has taken a creative gift at a young age - she'll turn 16 on April 17 - and has really shown a great sensitivity for combining melody and lyrics,” gushes the proud papa. You can see listen to her latest song at: .

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