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This Week in New Haven (May 4 – 10)

Spring? Sprung. It’s reflected in the city’s resplendent tree flowerings; in other trees’ emergent green buds, soon to be leaves; and in this week’s increasingly outdoor-friendly events, like an art opening…

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Storm Chasers

Like the movie, Juno the storm (a.k.a. Colbie) ended up delivering a more wholesome message than observers predicted.

Powdery, wispy and drifting…

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Hot and Cold

New Haven snowy alley downtown

It’s beginning to feel a lot like winter.

Yesterday we got dusted like a fancy old-fashioned dessert (see above). Today’s forecast is in the 20s and teens, feeling lower thanks to wind gusts up to 40…

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This Week in New Haven (January 5 – 11)

Photographed by Joy Bush

This week is defined by the senses of taste and hearing, and taste in hearing. A foodie event involving restaurant chefery offers the main course Thursday…

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In for the Kale

Tasty Kale at Elm City Market

Larry Brownstein’s relationship with kale required a formal introduction. “I thought kale was a fish, to be honest,” he recalls, which is funny considering that, today, Brownstein is not only an enthusiastic fan of the hearty,…

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West to East

A walk down Chapel Street, from downtown to Fair Haven, transports you on a grand, centuries-spanning odyssey from commerce to industry to nature. It involves newness and decay, giant buildings and holes in the ground, major cross streets, tracks and …

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A Breath of Fresh Air

A scene from New Haven's Ninth Square

When you attend this evening’s monthly On9 celebration in Ninth Square, think about what was “On9” 70 or 100 years ago. Some markets were there, sure, and even some theaters; but mostly factories.

Today, Ninth Square is a land of …

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Have Bread? Will Travel

Breads on display at a CitySeed Farmers' Market

My family’s oven had broken down, and we had to wait more than a week for the replacement parts to arrive.

I was crestfallen. I bake virtually all the family’s bread. Year-round. Even if it means cranking up the oven …

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Cool It!

Splash park outside the Rose Center

After a tepid winter and long spring, summer is here with a vengeance. (In fact, 2012 is shaping up to be the hottest on record.) Here are ten Elm-centric ways to beat the heat:

1. A pitcher of Russian

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Stocked Market

Elm City Market

Some of the big decisions for those who work downtown are where to park and where to get lunch. And what to bring home for dinner.

Not so much for the managers and employees of Elm City Market, though.…

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