Tag Archives: Morris Cove

The Mists of Time

A photo essay.

Around the cannon deck at Fort Nathan Hale Park, logs at awkward angles stand close together like a group of friends posing for a picture. …

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Mood Lighting

“In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary.”—Aaron Rose

The light is right for Christmas in New Haven. Each night in Morris Cove, red and green lasers shoot past knee-high …

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Inquire Within

Fort Nathan Hale Park, occupying a stretch of Morris Cove’s coastline, is a curious place, and a place where curiosity pays.

Nathan Hale, Connecticut’s official state hero since 1985, is…

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Pardee-Morris House, New Haven, CT

With August almost here, it’s a good time to revisit this seasonal story from last summer, updated for 2014. Enjoy!

It’s pretty common knowledge among New Haveners that the large, white farmhouse located…

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Waves Hello

Morris Cove beachfront

A favorite among Daily Nutmeg’s early stories was this summertime visit to New Haven’s beachiest neighborhood. Enjoy!

When the wind is blowing in just the right direction in Morris Cove, you can smell the…

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Pie High

Joey DeMatteo at Joey D's

“I’m gonna get whiplash,” says Auntie JoAnn, as she’s known by the crew, looking hurriedly from the large menu mounted on the wall to her right, then back down to the order she’s scribbling, the phone wedged between her ear …

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Latin Flavors

Cooking class with The Singing Chef

Neil Fuentes is a natural.

The question is: a natural what? He cooks professionally, sings in a band, makes a mean cocktail, teaches classes and can work a room like nobody’s business.

So why narrow it down?…

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Come On In, the Water’s Fine

A neighborhood in Morris Cove

When the wind is blowing in just the right direction in Morris Cove, you can smell the saltwater in the air.

And on those days in particular—when residents boast that thanks to the breeze it’s ten degrees…

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