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This Week in New Haven (April 24 – 30)

Like a restored classic car, even the familiar delights feel shiny and new this week in New Haven. …

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Gown vs. Town

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1850s New Haven hosted two deadly clashes between Yale students and locals, and both times, the conflict was inflamed by a song. …

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Town vs. Gown

Each day inside Yale’s stately Old Campus, students, locals and tourists lounge, stroll and take photos. They come and go as they please, but few likely register the point that …

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Worship and Peace

New Haven Friends Meeting

Paul Hammer once told a new friend he was a Quaker. The friend was surprised, Hammer recalls. “‘You mean there are still real live Quakers among us?’ As if we were a historical relic.” …

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Dog’s Best Friend

Nine years ago, Linda Patenaude was at the Wooster Square Farmers’ Market thinking about ways she could get involved. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 17 – 23)

Budding filmmakers, a flower plucked too soon and a literal festival of blossoms proclaim that spring has truly sprung.…

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Petalworking

Spring has come, and flowers are blooming. Yards and medians bob with daffodils, and the cherry blossom trees in Wooster Square are budding, promising petal showers any moment. …

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Journaling

New Haven Review

This year, the New Haven Review celebrates two birthdays. …

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Well-Stocked

Duffy's Tavern in West Haven, CT

Behind the bar in West Haven’s Duffy’s Tavern, there’s a refrigerator carved entirely out of wood, with no gaskets or modern touches. The vintage cooler is still in use, and, putting his hand inside to feel the chill, owner Chris …

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Fresh Start

CitySeed’s Wooster Square Farmers’ Market was set to begin its season on April 1, but spring rains got the better of it. Rescheduled to last Saturday, the extra week didn’t do much to temper the weather, but hardy shoppers came …

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