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The Advocate
75 Tresser Blvd, Stamford, CT 06901
The Advocate is a Stamford based newspaper that covers topics and events all throughout the region.  TheMore headquarters are located in the Springdale Riverbend Complex about two miles outside of downtown on the east side.  The paper is published daily and covers all topics including weather, politics, sports, finance and classifieds to mention only a few.  There is also an interesting section called "Railroad Ties," which is dedicated to the happenings of the Metro North rail system.  Articles and message boards can also be viewed at the website.
Bow Tie Landmark 9
5 Landmark Sq, Stamford, CT 06901
In 1936, B.S. Moss opened the Criterion Theater in Times Square. Now, the elegant look and feel of this classic theaterMore has grown into a mega-chain called Bowtie. There is one located downtown within the landmark Square complex. This theater offers digital surround sound, bargain matinees, "SuperValue Tuesdays" to Criterion Club members and day/evening showtimes. Parking is available in the Stamford Town Center lot.
Jos. A. Bank
36 Atlantic St, Stamford, CT 06901

Jos. A. Bank is a clothing shop that sells its own brand of men's clothing. The store stocks suits, shoes, tuxedos,More ties and accessories. Shoppers can find an onsite tailor. Jos. A. Bank also rents tuxedos.

This store offers a 20% corporate discount to local businesses.

Van Dyk Baler Corporation
78 Halloween Blvd, Stamford, CT 06902
Van Dyk Baler Corporation distributes and services the products of Bollegraaf Recycling Machinery.  AvailableMore equipment includes conveyors, shredders, roll cutters, small hand tie balers, sorting systems, and more.  Mechanics and engineers are able to address all issues of installation and systems operation for Bollegraaf products. 
Mr.Guilford's Fashions
885 Washington Blvd, Stamford, CT 06901

Mr. Guilford's Fashions is an affordable stop for men's clothing and casual wear located on Washington BoulevardMore across the street from the Stamford Government Center. With his own flavor on everything from suits, ties and hats, to collared shirts and dress pants, the stylish clothier can make anybody look good, especially if you're of the mind to save a couple bucks.  Can accommodate the big and tall.  Open weekdays from 9 to 6.

Yerwood Center
90 Fairfield Ave, Stamford, CT 06902
The Yerwood Center is a place where kids and volunteers can go to build stronger ties to the community. The facility isMore youth oriented and boasts day programs, summer camps and theater arts classes along with lots of other fun activities. There is an indoor pool on the premise where swim lessons, lifeguard training and water aerobics take place. Kids can also attend special events that take place periodically throughout the year and teens can participate in the I-Excel program. Call, stop by or visit the Web site for more information.
San Manghese Social Club
107 West Ave, Stamford, CT 06902
The San Manghese Social Club was founded by local residents with cultural and family ties to San Mango, a region ofMore southern Italy.  In 1994 they founded the San Manghese Soccer Club, with Frank Coppola being the team's first coach and manager.  The club has hosted community events such as the S. Teodoro Feast and the Italian-American Social Clubs Columbus Day Soccer Tournament.
Nelson Miller & Associates
5 Hillandale Ave, Stamford, CT 06902

Publishing agency Nelson Miller & Associates has been making connections between writers and the final productMore since 1975.  Clients who choose Nelson Miller feel safe as they are guided through the publication process. The group has many ties to successful publishers, wholesalers, book sellers and other publishing reps. 

The agency is also highly educated in the field of sales promotion and independent book selling.

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