Tag Archives: Woodbridge

This Week in New Haven (October 3 – 9)

Keith Johnson at Kehler Liddell Gallery during CWOS 2015

October in New Haven means discussing insightful, earnest political notions in depth, even if our presidential candidates won’t; welcoming heralded …

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Crafty

Have you heard the legend of the Sea Hag?

In 1783, the self-knighted swindler, Sir Robert Henway, arrived in New Haven …

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This Week in New Haven (August 29 – September 4)

Odyssey Festival

Jazz and blues provide the cool, urbane soundtrack to a week marked by warm, country-style experiences. …

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Farm’s Length

Thomas Darling House

Rounding a bend in the Litchfield Turnpike, it’s easy to rush past the Thomas Darling House, a homestead stood still in time, blending easily into the pastoral backdrop of West Rock Ridge. Once the site of a colonial-era farm, now …

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Farm’s Length

Grandfather clock at Thomas Darling House

Rounding a bend in the Litchfield Turnpike, it’s easy to rush past the Thomas Darling House, a homestead stood still in time, blending easily into the pastoral backdrop of West Rock Ridge. Once the site of a colonial-era farm, now …

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This Week in New Haven (May 18 – 24)

Lyric Hall facade

Yale seniors graduate today, but New Haven, as always, keeps chugging. There’s a musical that does its beloved source material justice, a…

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Above Water

Brookside Farm Market

Local landmarks come and go—and once gone, they seldom get reborn.

By this and other measures, Woodbridge’s Brookside Farm Market, built across the span of a babbling brook, is…

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Cookies ’n’ Dream

Four Flours cookies

The aroma of fresh-baked cookies, brownies and other goodies envelops you as soon as you cross the threshold of Robin Schaffer’s Woodbridge home. Sweet scents of brown sugar and chocolate mingle,…

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Grape Lengths

Savino Vineyards

Gennaro Savino, owner of Savino Vineyards in Woodbridge, strolls down a grassy path, stopping to pick a grape from a lush green vine. Before sampling the crimson jewel, he remarks that most grapes on this particular vine…

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This Week in New Haven (July 28 – August 3)

The Grand Budapest Hotel

This week in New Haven has us seeing double: two pie contests, a double-feature bundling 20+ local short films, a couple strong jazz shows and several pairs of deep soulful canine eyes…

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