Tag Archives: Branford

This Week in New Haven (March 9 – 15)

Spring break at Yale means things are much quieter downtown this week… until they aren’t. Come Sunday afternoon, the city’s St.…

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Off the Eaten Path

“We’re literally seed to table and back again,” Ami Beach Shadle says, and unlike many people these days, she’s using the word “literally” literally.

The raw foods chef and her husband, executive chef Mark…

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This Week in New Haven (October 6 – 12)

House of Wax

It’s only the first full week of October, and already Halloween beckons with a delightfully gnarled finger. The arts also make a strong play for attention…

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Sea-ing the Sights

Thimble Islands

We’re on vacation! For the rest of the week, enjoy Daily Nutmeg editions past, starting with this seaworthy story from last August.

Branford’s Stony Creek section, situated on a picturesque shore along the Long Island Sound…

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Well-Played

Elizabeth Wilson in The Addams Family

Perhaps you know her as Mrs. Braddock (pictured second), Dustin Hoffman’s concerned mom in the iconic 1967 coming-of-age movie The Graduate.

Or as Roz, the snitch who sat on the toilet seat in the ladies…

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Cup Runneth Over

If you didn’t watch Team USA’s hard-fought extra-time World Cup match against Belgium on Tuesday, maybe you still heard the synchronized cheers and groans escaping the mouths of tense soccer fans around the…

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This Week in New Haven (June 30 – July 6)

"Yosemite Valley, Glacier Point Trail" by Albert

Now that the International Festival of Arts & Ideas is over, you’d think things would be quiet this week. But it’s still summer, which means…

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The Bigger Picture

Terra Tractus octopus

On a geologic time scale, humanity is at best a blip.

On a human scale, Terra Tractus: The Earth Moves—an after-dark ode to the tectonic shifts and continental drifts that have long shaped the globe—is vast…

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This Week in New Haven (June 23 – 29)

TRACES © Michael Meseke

Can you taste it? This week the city has a thoroughly international flavor to it. There’s the ongoing International Festival of Arts & Ideas, of course. There’s also…

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This Week in New Haven (June 16 – 22)

Martha Redbone Roots Project on New Haven Green for the International Festival of Arts & Ideas

As the 2014 International Festival of Arts & Ideas hits full stride this week, it’s only right that spectacle should abound. Between a classical music quartet popping up around…

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