Tag Archives: New Haven Green

This Week in New Haven (September 3 – 9)

Skater in Edgewood Skatepark (2014)

Action levels pick up in the bars, galleries and outdoor spaces of a city that’s always active, even on a day of rest. …

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This Week in New Haven (August 6 – 12)

New Haven Gooners

American exclamations start the week. Then Puerto Rican and British ones finish it. …

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This Week in New Haven (June 18 – 24)

New Haven feels bigger and the world feels smaller as locality and internationality coalesce nearly every day. …

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This Week in New Haven (June 11 – 17)

Flor de Toloache and crowd at the 2018 International Festival of Arts & Ideas

Green things—like capital, a soccer pitch, a farm and, of course, city and town greens—color this week in New Haven. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 16 – 22)

The future is foreseen, the past is reissued and the present is worth savoring this week in New Haven. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 9 – 15)

Sarah Borges

Distantly related concepts—nation-building and narrative-building; timed lectures and comedic timing; water damage and water dancing—become better acquainted this week in New Haven. …

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Made to Measure

“There is a lure about milestoning, similar to that of fishing,” wrote Henry P. Sage…

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Squirreling Away

A photo essay. To view all 21 images, check out the email version.

This Groundhog Day, we’re celebrating the groundhog’s more relatable relative: the gray squirrel.

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Bright Spots

Christmas tree on the New Haven Green

It may be cold and dark out, but there are lots of bright spots—especially on the big tree in the middle of the lower green. …

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Graveyard Shift

“Wholly neglected.” “Going to ruin.” “Inconsistent with the religious and moral sense of this community.” …

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