Tag Archives: New Haven

Department Stories

Folks shopped there, they ate there, they bought cigarettes and alcohol there. Celebrities went there to tout plays and movies coming to the downtown theaters, sometimes through live radio broadcasts. …

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Hushed Tones

It was quiet yesterday when the light withdrew from Fort Hale Park. …

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Record Players

Round, grooved slabs with punchy inner labels and some heft to them. Hundreds of parallel lines forming bar codes of color on shelves or in crates. Rich, warm sound with crackles and pops of character spreading across the room. …

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Movable Feast

Who could have imagined last Thanksgiving that gathering for this Thanksgiving would be so dangerous? …

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This Week in New Haven (November 23 – 29)

Thanksgiving week is usually pretty quiet. But even during a pandemic, you can still find some noise. …

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Sticky Business

A number of New Haven inventions have changed the course of history—the cotton gin, vulcanized rubber, the telephone exchange.

Less impactful, but more joyful, is the Lolly Pop…

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Life of Style

Sequins and suede, velour with fur, a jeans-and-khaki jumpsuit with a little bit of bling. That’s what you’ll find at More Amour Boutique, a new “retro chic and edgy” shop on Whalley Avenue owned by Kim Sewell-Poole. …

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Up to Code

It used to be that a traditional college degree was the only route to a high-paying professional job. …

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Eye Glass

Shaunda Holloway has been fascinated by textures ever since childhood. She remembers, as a kindergartener, “sticking my entire hand on a cactus and being in the [school] nurse’s office all day long.” …

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This Week in New Haven (November 16 – 22)

This week’s menu offers business survival tips, of-the-moment films and a taste of the holidays. …

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