Inside this week's Darien Times: Dec. 6

In this week’s Darien Times:

Here’s a look at what’s in this week’s Darien Times — the only newspaper and news Web site based in Darien — on newsstands now and in your mailbox by this afternoon.

• Aquarion —an inside look at the water treatment process
• YMCA’s community campaign still ongoing
• Darien business busted for prostitution
•  Community room expansion approved at The Heights
• Depot program teaches overlooked social habits
• Middle school shines in new state school rankings
• Police blotter: Avalon burglarized, shoplifting & heroin, domestic violence, DWI
• Community Fund provides generator for Person-to-Person
• Editorial: Keep it local, P&Z Vacancy
• Cameron: How to avoid next fare hike on Metro-North
• Wilder-Tamme: Fun at Darien’s Holiday magic
• Martorella: Tis the Season
• Constance Marilyn Leon Brameier, charter member of Country Club of Darien
• Ann (Glascock) Fordyce, former member of St. Thomas More
• Governor cites Blue Wave swim team for wins
• Wolfpack champs include Darien boys
• Fitness expert offers tips to stay in shape over holidays
• Noroton Fire Department needs Toys for Tots
• DCA offers holiday craft workshop
• Library hosts children’s author
• Holiday art workshop at Darien Arts Center
• Library to screen ‘Hope Springs’
• Asimov latest in meet the author series
• Local playwrights sought for library workshp
• DCA hosts Christmas Tea
• Depot kids collecting bed sheets for homeless shelter
• DHS’s musical gift to community
• Teen book review of ‘Leviathan’
• Fifth graders visit original Ox Ridge School
• No ‘turkeys’ at Royle
• DHS awarded for tech program of the year
• Larrabee exhibit at Darien Center for Dentistry
Arts & Leisure

•  Towne Crier Cafe in Pawling N.Y., where Dave Goldenberg of Ridgefield hosts the Wednesday night Open Mic sessions. The coming year is the TC¹s 40th. 1B
• Big things this coming weekend are performances of The Nutcracker and Christmas concerts
• The Reel Dad says the film version of Anna Karenina is a confusing adaptation.
• The 2012 Scion iQ 3-door liftback is a cozy little coupe, well-suited for urban environments, says test driver Steven Macoy.

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