The Dudley Farm Museum

Family Farm

Like history itself, The Dudley Farm Museum is a work in progress. …

Floating Boats

A clement breeze sails off the Quinnipiac River, lifting Natalie Coe’s pink hair. On the back porch of the Waucoma Yacht Club, New Haven’s oldest Quinnipiac River establishment, a few of the club’s longtime members are enjoying the summer afternoon. …

Screenings Call

There’s an old-timey, drive-in feel to the announcement about “the terrific taste of an ice-cold Pepsi” before a movie at the Criterion. …

Tried and Tasted

“Call out things, don’t be bashful!” Chris Fiore insists. …

This Week in New Haven (July 16 – 22)

Women of special note open and close a week filled with insights into both nature and humanity. …

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’Work Day

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Cross Purposes

There’s an element of time travel on Route 15. …

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This Week in New Haven (July 2 – 8)

This Fourth of July, American patriotism takes center-week, with a finishing flourish too. …

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Soft Times in Hardware City

The lettering on the bright yellow jerseys of New Britain’s baseball team, the New Britain Bees, doesn’t say “New Britain” or even “Bees.” It reads “Hardware City,” the …

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Home Work

Edwin and Ada Sanchez

Edwin Sanchez had to pull his delivery truck to the side of the road in order to take the call. …

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Hidden Depths

Lake Saltonstall is hiding in plain sight, even though it’s about as long as the city of New Haven. …

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