Rob Greenberg at construction site

Danger Zone

Several small boats, heavy with passengers and household goods, moved slowly up the West Creek. The men looked curiously at the bank, and at the rude dwelling which the hardy members of their advance party had constructed months before. The

Lois Goglia with Nesola scarves

X-Ray Vision

Not everyone would gaze at an MRI scan of a human brain or an X-ray of a dog’s internal organs and see beauty, but artist Lois Goglia of Cheshire does. One day many moons ago, when she was visiting her veterinarian …

City Bench showroom 1

Across the Grain

Through a fallen tree’s outer bark and phloem and heartwood, a rich story of soil composition, insect life and environmental impact is told. Like a natural lithograph, a cross-section of the timber might reveal where an ambrosia…

Face-painted kids at Cherry Blossom Festival

This Week in New Haven (April 21 – 27)

The city hits an impressive stride this week with four of its annual keystone cultural events happening in as many days. The first of them is distinctively artisanal and intellectual; the…

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…

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Danger Zone

Rob Greenberg at construction site

Several small boats, heavy with passengers and household goods, moved slowly up the West Creek. The men looked curiously at the bank, and at the rude dwelling which the hardy members of their advance party had constructed months before. The

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X-Ray Vision

Lois Goglia with Nesola scarves

Not everyone would gaze at an MRI scan of a human brain or an X-ray of a dog’s internal organs and see beauty, but artist Lois Goglia of Cheshire does. One day many moons ago, when she was visiting her veterinarian …

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Across the Grain

City Bench showroom 1

Through a fallen tree’s outer bark and phloem and heartwood, a rich story of soil composition, insect life and environmental impact is told. Like a natural lithograph, a cross-section of the timber might reveal where an ambrosia…

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This Week in New Haven (April 21 – 27)

Face-painted kids at Cherry Blossom Festival

The city hits an impressive stride this week with four of its annual keystone cultural events happening in as many days. The first of them is distinctively artisanal and intellectual; the…

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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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