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For Pet’s Sake

A cavernous warehouse space at 75 Hamilton Street isn’t just for wares. It’s also for wags, barks, nips, growls and tugs.

This is the home of A Dog’s Life, an impressive doggie daycare wonderland…

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World Wide Web

Yale World Fellows 2014

32-year-old Syrian pro-democracy activist Rami Nakhla (pictured second) is happy to be spending this fall in New Haven. For that matter, he’s happy to be spending it anywhere.

Nakhla—here as a participant…

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Tacos with a View

Nexcalli tacos

Today we’re revisiting a favorite from the archives. Below is an updated version of an article that appeared in one of Daily Nutmeg’s early editions, published on April 17, 2012. Enjoy!

There are 10 spots for 10…

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You Name It

PechaKucha in 2012

Today we’re going back into the archives. Below is an updated version of an article that appeared in one of Daily Nutmeg’s early editions, published on May 3, 2012. Enjoy!

Bentara, the Malaysian…

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An Apple-Carrot-Ginger a Day

Liquids at Pure Health Lounge

Today we’re going back into the archives. Below is an updated version of an article that appeared in one of Daily Nutmeg’s early editions, published on June 1, 2012. Enjoy!

If you’ve seen…

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This Week in New Haven (March 10 – 16)

St. Patrick's Day Parade revelers

Yesterday, the pain of losing an hour in the morning gave way to the pleasure of a long, bright afternoon, and there’s a lot of both going around in the week to come. Events focusing on…

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World of Difference

Refugees at IRIS

The whole wide world is tucked away in East Rock, up a set of carpeted stairs at 235 Nicoll Street.

Welcome to IRIS: Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services, a non-profit humming with…

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Coming to Terms

John DeStefano Jr.

On New Year’s Day, 2014, Mayor John DeStefano Jr. will step down and Mayor-Elect Toni Harp will step up.

You might think that after serving a record-setting 10 two-year terms at the helm of a city…

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Fair and Square

Beyond the New Township, New Haven Museum

When the curators at New Haven Museum put its elaborate new exhibit Beyond the New Township: Wooster Square together, they were literally playing with blocks. One of the interactive aspects of the exhibit is a puzzle where you arrange colorful …

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Irish Spring

Irish flag outside O'Toole's

In New Haven, there’s always a gap between the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and the actual St. Patrick’s Day. This year, on Parade Day, members of the Catholic faith weren’t sure who their Pope might be. Days later, they knew …

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