WESTPORT, Conn. -- Neighbors are not just the people next door. They could may be a businessman, shopkeeper, landscaper or a law enforcement officer. These are just a few of the people whose lives intersect with ours. They may not even live in Westport, but they act like neighbors in every sense of the word. This week I pay homage to the friends and neighbors who help make Westport the community we cherish.
Westports finest, Officer Richard Fallia, not only watches over and protects us, he serves as a role model who teaches right from wrong. Richard further demonstrates his ethics and core beliefs at his Fairfield Hot Yoga Studio, where he shows how to achieve balance in life through the art of yoga. Visit www.FairfieldHotYoga.com for more information and a class schedule.
After a hot yoga session, relax at Bobby LeRoses restaurant, Bobby Qs, and enjoy delicious barbecue to roof top music. Check out the menu at bobbyqsrestaurant.com . Congratulations, Bobby, for winning Moffly Medias Best Ribs/Barbecue award on Wednesday evening. The evening was electric with the sounds of Band Together in the background. Bravo to Jerry Vigorito and Rob Fried, founders of Band Together, for winning the Best Band category again. Jerry and Rob are both local businessmen by day, but when night falls they share their passion for music with us. Go to www.bandtogetherct.com for their concert lineup. And go to Seaside Park this weekend to hear them live at the Gathering of the Vibes ( www.gatheringofthevibes.com ).
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