Monday, May 27, 2024


Westport Property Transfers June 21-28, 2004

Property transfers as reported by the Town Clerk’s office for the period June 21-28, 2004:

George S. and Trish M. Lawrence to Daniel E. and Shirley A. Smith, 8 Arrowhead Road, $2,595,000..WN property.jpg

Christian J. Trefz to Phyllis F. Trefz, 18 Playhouse 20 60%, $111,000.

Yi Tsai to J. Richard and Anne W. Chappo, 82 Partrick Road, $1,350,000.82partrick260.jpg
82 Partrick Road sold for $1.35 million. (CLICK TO ENLARGE)  Dave Matlow for

Sir Maple LLC to David B. and Lori Beth Sochol, 47 Maple Ave. North. $1,899,999.99.

Owen E. and Virginia B. Landon Jr. to Paul Fonteyne, 4 Deepwood Lane, $1,385,000.

Louis P. and Patricia Ann Cirillo to Shine Group Holdings LLC, 175 Post Road East, $675,000.

Pequot Development LLC to Hilary P. Califano Trust Joseph A. Califano Jr. Trust 42 Morningside Drive South, $3,300,000.

Gene Wilder in “Young Frankenstein” Kicks Off Playhouse Film Series

Comic legend Gene Wilder kicks off the Westport Country Playhouse’s Film Series tonight with the classic movie “Young Frankenstein” followed by a discussion led by critic Janet Maslin. wilder75.jpg

Due to ticket demand, there will be two showings of the film at 7 p.m. and 7:45 p.m., at the Community Theatre in Fairfield.

Directed by Mel Brooks and filmed in black and white to simulate the monster movie genre of the 1930s, the 1974 comedy features Wilder as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, a young neurosurgeon who is the grandson of Dr. Victor von Frankenstein. 

After years of living down the family reputation, he inherits his grandfather’s castle where he finds a hunchback called Igor (Marty Feldman), a pretty lab assistant named Inga (Teri Garr) and an old housekeeper, Frau Blucher (Cloris Leachman).

Westporters Host Shays

Westporters Jane Green and David Burke (l) hosted a party at their home Sunday for supporters of Congressman Christopher Shays. Shays (3rd l) invited his friend from Washington, Rich Galen, who earlier in the week testified before the Congressman’s House Committee about his six months in Iraq. Galen shared his insights in regard to Iraq and the national political scene. Contributed photo

The Big Aaaaahhhhhh

By Fran

WestportNow Consumer Correspondent
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If your life is anything like mine youre now totally strung out from these last few weeks.  End of school, graduations, moving up ceremonies, camp trunks locked and sent, down-to-the-wire deadlines, last-minute doctors and orthodontists and haircut appointments ҅ got the picture? beautifulfaces06270401.jpg
Beautiful Faces owner and makeup artist Gail Sagel puts a beautiful face on a client at her salon at 719 Post Road East. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) photo

But all that is over and done with. And now that everything and everyone is finally settled for the summer, its time for the Big Aaaaahhhh—that time when you finally sit back, exhale, and treat yourself to an hour or two of pure relaxation and indulgence. 

A facial would be just about perfect, donҒt you think?

To mention a few of my favorites, Meg Murray gives what she calls a luxuryӔ facial I call it decadent ֖ that includes back massage, full arm and hand massage, followed by neck and face.