Tag Archives: Quinnipiac River

For the Moment

Before there was Thanksgiving, there were Thanksgivings…

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Water Way

If you know the Mill River, you probably know it best from…

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Dining Out

In a climate that drives us indoors most days of the year, it’s a special pleasure to dine and drink al fresco, literally “in the cool,” though we haven’t felt a chill in weeks. As city sidewalks heat up, cafe …

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Beneath the Bridge

To mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day this week, Daily Nutmeg is publishing a four-part series examining New Haven’s impact on World War II—and vice versa.

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Floating Boats

A clement breeze sails off the Quinnipiac River, lifting Natalie Coe’s pink hair. On the back porch of the Waucoma Yacht Club, New Haven’s oldest Quinnipiac River establishment, a few of the club’s longtime members are enjoying the summer afternoon. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 30 – May 6)

Fiction and non- trade shots during the week while the weekend waves hello and goodbye, albeit not in that order. …

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Rail to Trail

Tidal Marsh Trail in North Haven, CT

A westerly wind runs across the tidal marsh, combing the silky heads of reedy marsh grass. Two osprey rise and fall on its currents. …

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Something in the Water

Mill River, New Haven

New Haven: the birthplace of the hamburger and, arguably, home to the finest pizza in America. But for centuries it was Crassotrea Virginica—the eastern oyster, a.k.a. the Atlantic oyster—that was the pride of New…

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Fair-y Tale

English Station

There was once a place called Dragon, in the east. A place where oysters thrived and arrowheads could be found simply by tilling the soil of your garden. …

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Something in the Water

Mouth of the Mill River

New Haven: the birthplace of the hamburger and, arguably, home to the finest pizza in all of America. But for centuries it was Crassotrea Virginica—the eastern oyster, a.k.a. the Atlantic oyster—that was the pride of New…

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