Tag Archives: New Haven Museum

This Week in New Haven (August 2 – 8)

This first week in August musters national and local pride as well as live music both outside the box and just plain outside.

It also signals the beginning of Daily Nutmeg’s annual Summer Reading Month. …

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City Planner

Googling “George Dudley Seymour” may lead you to George Dudley Seymour State Park in Haddam, a popular spot for hiking and birding on the banks of the Connecticut River. But…

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Household Names

Until last week, the names Pink and Stepna Primus existed only in the depths of census and church records. They weren’t written or spoken as part of the oft-told history of the Pardee-Morris House, the 18th-century home of the family …

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This Week in New Haven (April 19 – 25)

Enthusiasm for the city’s past meets passion for the planet’s future. …

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Memory Banking

Much as many of us would like to forget, remembering this pandemic has been a priority for some local organizations and residents. …

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Stone Turned

It was 1822. The population of the United States had just crossed 10 million. James Monroe was in his second term as president, having won all but a single electoral vote. In New Haven, cattle-grazing had been banished from the …

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This Week in New Haven (March 22 – 28)

Music, family and television history are remembered, while destructive and constructive futures are imagined. …

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This Week in New Haven (March 15 – 21)

As days trend warmer, evenings lengthen, vaccinations proceed and restrictions lighten, our social reality remains still mostly, sensibly virtual—for now. …

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Round and Around

The 78th Golden Globe Awards are coming this Sunday, honoring the best films and TV series of the prior 14 months as chosen by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Topped with…

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This Week in New Haven (February 8 – 14)

This Valentine’s week, love—for the most part—is in the air. …

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