Kiara Matos and Andrea Corazzini

Rise and Shine

Outfitted with immaculate hardwood floors, butcher-block tables and lithe metal chairs, G Café Bakery in the center of Branford is about as idyllic as the main street it faces. Playful, modern handmade ceramics by co-owner Kiara Matos…

Main hall window at Bill Miller's Castle

Palace in Wonderland

Every time the foundry bell rings, another couple has tied the knot at Bill Miller’s Castle, an ornate and elaborate reception venue in Branford. The large bell, resting within a wood-…

Plain pizza at Da Legna

Fire in the Belly

Owner Dan Parillo is manning the wood-fired oven at his State Street pizzeria Da Legna. He’s got myriad duties to perform or oversee, but he seems most comfortable here in the kitchen, making signature pizzas and small plates, and trying …

Athol Fugard at Long Wharf

Humming Along

World-renowned playwright Athol Fugard writes from his head, his heart and his homeland, South Africa. Since the late 1950s, he’s stormed the world’s stages, from Cape Town to London to New York.…

"After Man Ray" by Linda Lindroth

This Week in New Haven (April 14 – 20)

A chef shows and tells about his new book; musicians show off their divergent takes on country and folk music; an accomplished visual artist shows us her latest…

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Rise and Shine

Kiara Matos and Andrea Corazzini

Outfitted with immaculate hardwood floors, butcher-block tables and lithe metal chairs, G Café Bakery in the center of Branford is about as idyllic as the main street it faces. Playful, modern handmade ceramics by co-owner Kiara Matos…

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Palace in Wonderland

Main hall window at Bill Miller's Castle

Every time the foundry bell rings, another couple has tied the knot at Bill Miller’s Castle, an ornate and elaborate reception venue in Branford. The large bell, resting within a wood-…

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Fire in the Belly

Plain pizza at Da Legna

Owner Dan Parillo is manning the wood-fired oven at his State Street pizzeria Da Legna. He’s got myriad duties to perform or oversee, but he seems most comfortable here in the kitchen, making signature pizzas and small plates, and trying …

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Humming Along

Athol Fugard at Long Wharf

World-renowned playwright Athol Fugard writes from his head, his heart and his homeland, South Africa. Since the late 1950s, he’s stormed the world’s stages, from Cape Town to London to New York.…

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This Week in New Haven (April 14 – 20)

"After Man Ray" by Linda Lindroth

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Nancy Kuhl at Beinecke

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