Tag Archives: history

Walk with Me

My husband and I set off on Walk New Haven’s Wooster Square tour one recent sunny morning, and as you might expect, pizza and pastries were prominent in the website’s historic narratives. But there were also surprises…

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Course of Events

This 2018 story conjures a place of lore where the concept of social distancing would have been unthinkable.

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The Mists of Time

This 2016 photo essay is proof that you can find clarity even when the forecast is murky.

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Distant Relativity

This day in 1638, New Haven’s Puritan settlers arrived. Get to know them a little with this 17th-century story from 2017.

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Thick Skin

On this strange Earth Day, we’re thinking about a strange, earthy man we covered in 2015.

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Road Rage

As the pandemic underscores the value of a strong postal system, this 2016 story reminds us that what comes of and through the post can shape the course of history.

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Made to Measure

From a city quieted by COVID-19, here’s a tale of some not so desperate measures.

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Prank Recalling

Prepare yourself for today’s tricks, jokes and hoaxes by learning about yesterday’s.

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Household Name

Experience a different kind of cabin fever with this story from 2017.

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Cough Medicine

As the city contends with the coronavirus pandemic, we’re reaching back into our archives—this time all the way to 2014, when we told the story of New Haven’s triumph over another epidemiological menace.

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