Tag Archives: New Haven

This Week in New Haven (May 20 – 26)

Learn how to stay in motion, and then keep going. …

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Room and Aboard

With the advent of spring, life on the Quinnipiac River has improved in some ways. …

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Progressive Tense

Imagine moving to a country with a language and a culture completely foreign to you. Imagine you’re there not because you’re looking for an adventure but because…

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Sound Mind

It’s a rainy Sunday afternoon, and Chris Della Ragione has been lowering the needle over jazz and reggae records…

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Founding Mothers

The minister John Davenport and the merchant Theophilus Eaton are considered New Haven’s founding fathers, having led their flock to a shared new haven in 1638. But the men, women and children who…

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Bravo

From the back of the cello section in London’s Royal Philharmonic to the conductor’s podium of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, William Boughton has held onto a few basic ideals…

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This Week in New Haven (May 6 – 12)

The city draws us upward, westward, inward and, of course, outward. …

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Extended Family

On the phone from Changsha, China, David Youtz, president of the Yale-China Association, describes the city: skyscrapers 60 to 70 stories high, traffic congestion, Western goods…

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Full of Surprises

The owners of Sherkaan, the new Indian restaurant located up the path between the Yale Bookstore and the Apple Store, want you to walk in and feel as if you’ve been transported to India. …

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Brace Your Shelves

Sam Burton, owner of Grey Matter Books

A few of the shelves at Grey Matter Books, a two-month-old shop on York Street near Elm, are still empty, but that’s because owner Sam Burton is still looking for just the right books to fill his cases…

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