John Driscoll circa 1892

New Haven’s Finest

“The oldest active sergeant… Unquestionable integrity, loyalty to his duty… Earned the utmost respect of every member of the department… Law-abiding citizens respect and honor this man, lawbreakers fear him… With Rooseveltian persistency…

First Unitarian Universalist Society of New Haven

Double-U

“How do you do a church without a minister?” It’s a question Steve Hall says he’s often been asked. His answer: “It’s a lot like growing food in your own garden: It tastes better.”

Hall is a member of the …

Relic's The Huntress at Barcade New Haven

Good Game

Opened seven weeks ago near Orange and Crown, Barcade’s immediate stroke of brilliance is its name, which is quick, catchy and self-explanatory.

Its deeper genius is that it’s actually full of unexplained surprises. …

"The Harmony" by Rodney Charman

Flight over Water

Near the middle of the 19th century, ships would sail from America to Britain, carrying raw materials like timber. But when these same vessels returned, they’d become “coffin ships,” packed with …

Cirque Mechanics at International Festival of Arts & Ideas

This Week in New Haven (June 20 – 26)

It’s the summer solstice, the year’s longest stretch of daylight. Two seconds longer than yesterday’s, today’s light is a second longer than tomorrow’s and …

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New Haven’s Finest

John Driscoll circa 1892

“The oldest active sergeant… Unquestionable integrity, loyalty to his duty… Earned the utmost respect of every member of the department… Law-abiding citizens respect and honor this man, lawbreakers fear him… With Rooseveltian persistency…

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Double-U

First Unitarian Universalist Society of New Haven

“How do you do a church without a minister?” It’s a question Steve Hall says he’s often been asked. His answer: “It’s a lot like growing food in your own garden: It tastes better.”

Hall is a member of the …

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Good Game

Relic's The Huntress at Barcade New Haven

Opened seven weeks ago near Orange and Crown, Barcade’s immediate stroke of brilliance is its name, which is quick, catchy and self-explanatory.

Its deeper genius is that it’s actually full of unexplained surprises. …

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Flight over Water

"The Harmony" by Rodney Charman

Near the middle of the 19th century, ships would sail from America to Britain, carrying raw materials like timber. But when these same vessels returned, they’d become “coffin ships,” packed with …

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This Week in New Haven (June 20 – 26)

Cirque Mechanics at International Festival of Arts & Ideas

It’s the summer solstice, the year’s longest stretch of daylight. Two seconds longer than yesterday’s, today’s light is a second longer than tomorrow’s and …

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Silver Linings

A photo essay.

All through Milford’s Silver Sands are silver strands: a long grayscale bridge over wet marsh; tall, reflective grasses; the crests of tiny waves hitting beach or sandbar…

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