Tag Archives: Branford

Creatures’ Comfort

Laura Selvaggio Burban

What could be cuter than a pile of puppies? Just two weeks old, this litter of eight—mostly black with little brown snouts and paws—are trying to sleep. …

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Glass Action

A cold draft runs from the wide open garage door at the back of Ray Mathews’s glassblowing studio through the door in the front shop. But closer to the 2,000-degree gas-fired furnace, it’s plenty warm. …

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This Week in New Haven (December 18 – 24)

Fantasy of Lights in Lighthouse Point Park, New Haven, CT

The sounds of the season—blown through bassoons and concertinas, strung through guitars and violins, channeled through effects pedals and car radios—reach the top of their annual crescendo. …

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This Week in New Haven (October 9 – 15)

Work by Jesse Peck

A harvest dance, a visual arts bonanza, kids in costumes and other local October staples highlight a week that’s busy and dynamic even by New Haven standards. …

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This Week in New Haven (July 24 – 30)

Stone wall at Edgerton Park, New Haven

Walls of sound, stone and art—also brains—shape this week in New Haven. …

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Roll-in’ on the River

Lobster Roll at the Lobster Shack

In summer, the search for a great leisure-time lobster roll becomes a serious business. The classic seaside sandwich is a point of obsession for some, but for Arlene and Nick Crismale, it’s something more: a way of life. …

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This Week in New Haven (July 3 – 9)

Red, white and blue, plus paint, dogs and Hawaiian prints, help color this week in New Haven. …

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Leaps and Bounds

New Haven Ballet

The sun set hours ago, and the dark winter evening outside makes the bright ballet studio seem stark, severe. Tonight, the students of the New Haven Ballet school are practicing for their annual production of The Nutcracker, just like …

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This Week in New Haven (October 10 – 16)

Work by Mariah Isely displayed during Alternative Space Weekend 2015.

Those with active imaginations won’t have to imagine staying active this week. There’s medieval roleplaying and …

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Gold, Plated

Scallop Ceviche at Le Petit Cafe

French bistro Le Petit Café is one of the most lauded restaurants in the country. Zagat rates its food the best in Connecticut, and the New York Times has bestowed its highest rating…

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