Tag Archives: Bethany

Vision Quest

Early spring, with its often cold mornings and damp afternoons, isn’t the most popular time of year for a hike. But to catch one vista in particular, the time is now…

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Falling Out

While we may take autumn’s crimsons and golds for granted, hundreds of thousands of tourists are visiting Connecticut this time of year…

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Tick Tock

At first, Hamdenite Lisa Maloney thought she had tendonitis in her wrists. But when the pain spread to her right knee and then her ankle, she realized something was terribly wrong. …

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Turning the Corner

The future site of Rocky Corner

We pull off a dirt road and park our cars in an old farm field. Seven of us hike a grassy path past brambles and patchy snow to an open rise, where Dick Margulis points to a stone wall edged …

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This Week in New Haven (November 27 – December 3)

Policy discussions give way to fests, fairs and parties as dozens of decorous Christmas trees, including the big one in the center of town, are unveiled. …

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Out of Season

Lake Dawson and West Rock Ridge

Quietly, cradled by Hamden woods, is how the West River begins. …

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Books and Crannies

A photo essay. (To view all the photos, check out the email version of this story.)

Unlike the pastoral, fleetingly autumnal lands that surround it, Whitlock’s Book Barn, established in…

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For the Record

“I don’t know why we didn’t give up,” Frank Sacramone said last night with a laugh, the dark mop atop his head still damp with sweat. His Bethany-based progressive metal band, Earthside, had just finished a …

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This Week in New Haven (May 25 – 31)

Taylor Livingston

Horses and miniature donkeys—plus a Monday holiday—make for a great start to an eccentric week, with smart homegrown hip hop, fringe…

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This Week in New Haven (May 11 – 17)

Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Brick, screening Wednesday at the Whitney Humanities Center

Legacies loom large this week. A New York Yankee looks to preserve his. An employee of the Smithsonian discusses protecting others’. An arts…

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