Tag Archives: Milford

This Week in New Haven (August 15 – 21)

It’s mid-August, but—thanks to an epic slew of outdoor adventures both familiar and new—this week proves summer’s not done yet. …

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This Week in New Haven (July 4 – 10)

If you live in New Haven, you’ve heard pops, booms and sizzles all weekend. Enjoy one more day of them, then advance to artsier kinds of pops, more deliberative kinds of booms and a couple of mild brain-sizzlers.  …

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Silver Linings

A photo essay.

All through Milford’s Silver Sands are silver strands: a long grayscale bridge over wet marsh; tall, reflective grasses; the crests of tiny waves hitting beach or sandbar…

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This Week in New Haven (June 6 – 12)

You can find peace and quiet this week, but you’ll have to try harder than usual, as an implausibly impressive mix of musicians, poets and actors feed us piece after piece of sweet, sweet ear candy. …

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This Week in New Haven (August 24 – 30)


As college students return to the city for another school year this week, other forces draw New Haveners outward—to North Haven, Madison…

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This Week in New Haven (July 20 – 26)

Summer in New Haven means heat. This week it comes from baking, and smoking, and sun, and sand, and tropics-conjuring steel drums.…

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Classified Information

Connecticut Savings Bank

The “for sale” section of New Haven’s Craigslist is a war zone. 44,000+ classifieds are currently fighting each other for eyeballs and dollars, while the people with those eyeballs and dollars fight each other…

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A Stand Apart

Fruits at Farm Store, Robert Treat Farm

The Woodmont Farmers’ Market in Milford, hosted by Robert Treat Farm at the edge of the town’s beachy Woodmont section, is worth the 15- or 20-minute drive from New Haven. Held 3:30 to 6:30 on Wednesday afternoons, late…

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Staying Power

Rabbi Schneur Wilhelm outside the Joyce and Sol Happiness Hall at Woodmont-Chabad

During the Jewish harvest holiday of Sukkot, observed for eight days in September this year, it’s customary to erect a fragile temporary dwelling—a sukkah—for eating daily meals and even sleeping. Its structure is leafy and open to the sky, …

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