The Senior Center is filled with fascinating people.
High on the list: pianist Irwin Lebish. A veterinarian since 1954, he is still — in his 90s — a general practitioner at Schulhof Animal Hospital.
That’s not all. He also plays piano with the hands of 20-year-old.
The other day, Dr. Lebish recorded a Holiday Piano Recital — jazz, standards and more — for the Senior Center. He was joined by a young whippersnapper: his son Scott, on bass.
Jim Honeycutt and Nick Pisarro videotaped it all. Click below to enjoy!
Everyone knows about stress eating. But what about stress cooking?
If the thought of making another — or any — holiday meal fills you with dread, click here.
The WestportMoms’ Food Delivery & Catering Guide is filled with businesses that have pivoted during the pandemic to provide — in addition to their usual delicious fare — catering, weekly meal plans, delivery and curbside pickup.
No cooking? No problem! Click here.
MoCA Westport invites all high school students to submit works of art for a student exhibit. “Hindsight is 2020” will run open January 23, and run through March 6.
This is the first student in-person show at MoCA’s Newtown Turnpike space. The museum presented an online student exhibition in July.
“Hindsight is 2020” will feature submissions created this challenging, unique year.
All high school students may submit 1 work, of any kind. The deadline is January 8. Cash prizes of $500, $300 and $100 will be awarded by judges. Click here for details, or email email@example.com.
Downtown’s newest Christmas tree stands outside Savvy + Grace, near the steps to the old Tavern on Main.
Check it out — and don’t worry. It will be trimmed soon!
And finally … happy 55th birthday to Björk! Now — can anyone name another Icelandic singer-songwriter?!