Tag Archives: Anne Ewbank

Now and Then

Laura A. Macaluso

When I spoke with historian Laura A. Macaluso, she was fresh from the trenches. …

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Here and Noir

Amy Bloom

Amy Bloom is familiar with New Haven’s underbelly, and not just because she edited and contributed to New Haven Noir, a new anthology of hard-boiled page-turners set in the Elm City. …

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Baker’s Dozens

Hen & Heifer, Guilford

As customers visit Hen & Heifer, a little bakery around the corner from the Guilford Town Green, it’s clear they’re coming for dessert. …

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Project Management

Editor’s note: Shortly after publishing this story, we learned that Sew Crafty is closing up shop. We regret any crafting hopes this news may dash!

Sew Crafty, a New Haven craft studio, looks like Santa’s workshop if the elves were …

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Floating Boats

It was the second Wednesday in July, and a colorful crowd had lined up near the Mill River canoe launch in the College Woods section of East Rock Park. Supplied with paddles and bright red life jackets, they …

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A Piece of the Pie

Breaking My Meatballs at One 6 Three

There’s no gamble like starting a small pizza parlor in New Haven, where established heavy hitters suck up most of the air in the room. But if anyone could make a successful go at it, it would probably be Alexa …

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Fibers of Being

In a sunny storefront on East Street, a number of artisans are sitting down, helping the rest of New Haven do the same. …

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State of Play

Minis at Elm City Games

It’s a Thursday night, and magic is happening at Elm City Games…

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People and Places

Bus Stop (2016) by Jim Goldberg

In the stark room at the Yale University Art Gallery where Candy/A Good and Spacious Land is staged, a window looks out over the Gothic Revival towers of the school, with …

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Little by Little

When I enter Woodlawn Duckpin Bowling, foam fills the gutters of the lanes. “I had the first-graders in today. They need the bumpers,” owner Bob Nugent explains. …

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