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It’s the last remaining “legacy” newspaper in the Elm City, the only one still published by pressing news ink to paper, then manually delivered to subscribers. It’s the New Haven Register, and, in one form or…

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Under Construction

Richard C. Lee portrait in New Haven City Hall

“We are taking the town out of the 18th century and projecting it into the 21st.”

Even for a politician, that was a hyperbolic way of casting New Haven’s urban renewal program …

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Under Construction

Richard C. Lee official portrait

“We are taking the town out of the 18th century and projecting it into the 21st.”

Even for a politician, that was a hyperbolic way of casting New Haven’s urban renewal program of the 1950s and ’60s.…

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Fall-In

East Rock Park view of West Rock Park, New Haven and Hamden

Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.
—from The Misunderstanding by Albert Camus

Not every leaf in New Haven is a flower. Indeed, most aren’t. Not yet. But there’s no denying the…

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Evening Register - January 3, 1871

It’s the last remaining “legacy” newspaper in the Elm City, the only one still published by pressing news ink to paper, then manually delivered to subscribers. It’s the New Haven Register, and, in one form or…

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Child’s Players

Yale Children's Theatre

In a city full of arts and arts critics, professional or otherwise, one dramatic troupe is aiming their art at a picky audience indeed: kids.

Okay—they’re actually not that picky when it comes to theater, but it still helps if …

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Fall Break

White and yellow roses at Pardee Rose Garden

The calendar tells us it’s fall. So do scattered batches of leaves turning red and orange and yellow and weather map temperatures dipping into green and blue.

Thousands of flowering…

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Cookies ’n’ Dream

Four Flours cookies

The aroma of fresh-baked cookies, brownies and other goodies envelops you as soon as you cross the threshold of Robin Schaffer’s Woodbridge home. Sweet scents of brown sugar and chocolate mingle,…

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In Tune

Neighborhood Music School Greater New Haven Concert Band conducted by Rachel Antonucci

Imagine arriving in a foreign land, exhausted from an arduous journey, unaccustomed to the native language and struggling to get a foothold as you begin a new life. How would you acclimate? Where would you go for help?…

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Bottom Line

Janet Stolfi Alfano of The Diaper Bank

You’ve heard of food banks to help those in need. How about The Diaper Bank?

Originally founded in New Haven by Joanne Goldblum and now operating mostly out of a modest, no-frills warehouse…

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