Tag Archives: New Haven Green

Rain and Shine

A photo essay. To view all 26 photos (and at higher quality), check out the email edition. 

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Picking Up Threads

Ancient tools become works of art in sculptor Yvonne Shortt’s project Picks from the Soil: Harvesting Community Narratives

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This Week in New Haven (July 12 – 18)

Pride and prizes come of baked pies, preserved cars and shaped sand. …

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Hall Past

Rising over the New Haven Green with Victorian Gothic towers and windows, and surrounded by less vintage constructions, New Haven City Hall strikes an immortal pose. So it’s hard to believe that its time was once up. …

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This Week in New Haven (November 9 – 15)

With cases back up and phases back down, New Haven still finds a way to move forward. …

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Hallowed Ground

Can you feel them? All Hallow’s Eve is upon us, and the dead are just beneath our feet.

New Haven is an old city, and there are bodies where we least expect them. In the East Shore section of town, …

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Child’s Play

Summer is on the way—but a different kind of summer, one in which many of the go-to amusements for families with children are closed or limited. What’s a kid to do? …

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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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Squirreling Away

If you think the hoarding prompted by the coronavirus pandemic is bad, consider the fact that squirrels have to do it every year. Commune and commiserate with our bright-eyed, bushy-tailed brethren via this photo essay, first published on Groundhog Day

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Focal Point

If you aren’t careful, Christmas can be a blur. …

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