Tag Archives: Anne Ewbank

Taking It In

Sesame Falafel

At Sesame Falafel, most customers take out, though sometimes one or two people take a seat instead.

The day of my visit, I was one of them…

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Courses of Nature

Quinnipiac Meadows, New Haven

When I arrive at Quinnipiac Meadows, the sun is blazing and the sky is blue. The only obvious sign that the season’s about to change is a single fiery leaf fallen into the middle of the path.

Despite being a …

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Middle of the Food Chain

When I visited Long Wharf’s New Haven Food Terminal, it was sweltering. The air shimmied, and even the seagulls who’d flown over from the harbor seemed dispirited and limp …

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Pot Points

There are two sides to Dashi, chef James Nagata says. …

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Land of Plenty

As summer mingles with fall, the Grand Acres Community Garden in Fair Haven is bursting with life. …

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Night Riders

Under darkened sky, I rolled up on my bicycle to the New Haven Green flagpole. It was cool out, making me grateful for the professorial green tweed coat I was wearing. …

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With a Vengeance

It takes a lot of anger to write an epic poem about how much you dislike a place. …

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Cold Comfort

What Is Real? Ice Cream

In Edgerton Park last Friday, before a performance of Elm Shakespeare Company’s The Tragedy of Romeo & Juliet, theatergoers were settling down with their lawn chairs and pizzas. Next to the reflective surface of the…

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Pieces of War

Despite a camouflage paint job, the West Haven Veterans Museum and Learning Center is easy to spot. …

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House of Repute

Henry Whitfield House

A few blocks from the Guilford Town Green, stately houses line quiet streets. Most have wide, sprawling lawns. Some have barns behind them, long since converted into garages or sheds. Many are quite old, from the Victorian era or …

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