Tag Archives: Guilford

This Week in New Haven (October 21 – 27)

Photographed by Michael Marsland at the 2015 New Haven Reads Spelling Bee

It’s the normal extraordinary mix of cultural depths and delights—until the weekend, when, with Halloween less than a week away, the delights become paranormal. …

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Berry Treasure

There’s just something about raspberries. …

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This Week in New Haven (August 5 – 11)

Pizza at Next Door Pizza and Bar

The week ahead is a good teacher, whose subjects include horticulture and geek culture plus local wines and local pizza.

Monday, August 5
In concert with Docunight, whose mission is to illuminate Iran through the medium of film, Sterling Memorial …

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This New Year’s in New Haven

Any given Monday in New Haven is pretty quiet—except when it’s New Year’s Eve. Here are 18 things to do, classified into five handy categories, this coming Monday. …

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This Week in New Haven (November 19 – 25)

Dom Flemons

As the most nostalgic time of year arrives, past and present repeatedly collide via vintage sounds, sights and theatrics. …

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Family Farm

The Dudley Farm Museum

Like history itself, The Dudley Farm Museum is a work in progress. …

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This Week in New Haven (July 2 – 8)

This Fourth of July, American patriotism takes center-week, with a finishing flourish too. …

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Bounty Hunting

New Haven Farms

Meaty red tomatoes that juice when you slice them, bulging green pods full of firm, sweet peas. They’re the stuff of dreams when the calendar says spring but the forecast says winter. …

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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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House of Repute

Henry Whitfield House

A few blocks from the Guilford Town Green, stately houses line quiet streets. Most have wide, sprawling lawns. Some have barns behind them, long since converted into garages or sheds. Many are quite old, from the Victorian era or …

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