Tag Archives: North Haven

This Week in New Haven (October 10 – 16)

Work by Mariah Isely displayed during Alternative Space Weekend 2015.

Those with active imaginations won’t have to imagine staying active this week. There’s medieval roleplaying and …

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This Week in New Haven (August 24 – 30)


As college students return to the city for another school year this week, other forces draw New Haveners outward—to North Haven, Madison…

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Hamden Roll at Sushi Palace

Instead of chewy, charred dough, a corn chip with vinegared rice. Instead of tomato sauce, spicy mayo. Instead of sausage, a slab of tuna. Instead of mozzarella, a four-ribbed fan of avocado.…

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This Week in New Haven (June 8 – 14)

Taylor Mac, photographed by Ves Pitts

Arts and ideas and Arts & Ideas uplift New Haven this week, as summer tickles the tips of our tongues.

Monday, June 8
A free 2 p.m. talk today at…

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This Week in New Haven (June 1 – 7)

Robin Hood Springtime Festival

Boozy learning. Hardcore hearing. Hobbyist feasting. Localized chronicling. Healthy competing. Artsy partying. Escapist imagining.…

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Close to Home

At North Haven cat and dog rescue The Animal Haven, workers and volunteers do what they can to help the residents feel at home. On occasion, the animals have taken that hospitality a little too far.…

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Bottom Line

Janet Stolfi Alfano of The Diaper Bank

You’ve heard of food banks to help those in need. How about The Diaper Bank?

Originally founded in New Haven by Joanne Goldblum and now operating mostly out of a modest, no-frills warehouse…

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Aiming to Cheese

Deli at Liuzzi Gourmet Food Market

A favorite among Daily Nutmeg’s early stories was this visit to a legendarily cheesy spot on December 6, 2012. Enjoy!

“Aw, forget about it!” says cheese section manager Bob Derrico when asked how…

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This Week in New Haven (June 23 – 29)

TRACES © Michael Meseke

Can you taste it? This week the city has a thoroughly international flavor to it. There’s the ongoing International Festival of Arts & Ideas, of course. There’s also…

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Something’s Cooking

Karen Lenahan

As a little girl, Karen Lenahan loved food—preparing it, experimenting with it and, of course, eating it. Years and years before “foodie”-ism turned vogue (and then ubiquitous), Lenahan was already…

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