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    Troglodyte Homunculus?

    One of the best parody videos of the now infamous Bill O’Reilly rant at Inside Edition. Kind of reminds me of the “Weird Al” Yakovic’s mock celebrity interviews (e.g. Madonna). Funny stuff but definitely NSFW.

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    Founder of Advanced Chiropractic and Wellness of Stamford, Dr. Brian Yomtov provides whole-patient health care using the best in chiropractic, acupuncture, and applied kinesiology. He believes in helping patients with their health issues by empowering them with information on how they can take control of their pain.

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    Launch of author Emilie Betts’ interactive website, promoting her new autobiographical book Shadows in My House of Sunshine which takes the reader on a journey with a little girl from the days of prohibition through to the September 11th World Trade Center disaster.

    The site was designed using the words and the art (the background watercolors are all original works) of the author which serve as an evocative complement to the book. Even the music has a story behind it. Emile is one of those unassuming women whose warmth and graciousness belies her (many) extraordinary accomplishments. And this website was one of those projects that never felt like work and yet provided great satisfaction.

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    Have always been a big proponent of being green long before it was “chic” to do so. When the Fairfield’s Earth Day Committee (FEDC) asked if I would donate my time helping them set up a website for their annual “green” celebration, they didn’t need to ask twice. Little known fact, I usually do at least one pro bona job per year for a local nonprofit. The timing for Earth Day was perfect.

    Since the entire Celebration is managed by volunteers, I needed to pick a platform that was easy to use and cost next to nothing to own. WordPress is free, has great online support, and is quickly becoming a full-fledge Content Management System (CMS). So, registered the domain and created an account on under the FEDC’s name. Within a few days we had the official Fairfield’s Earth Day Celebration website up and running (based on the Coraline theme).

    The event features great food, contests, and exhibitors (local residents, organizations, and businesses) that are leading green initiatives throughout Fairfield County. This year the event will be held 5/10 at the Fairfield Warde High School on Melville Avenue but since this may change from year to year, visit the site for the latest information.

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