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Camp Ground


It’s hard to imagine the game of football without yard lines and fourth downs and organized teams of 11. But before New Havener Walter Camp, the sport was missing all of those elements and more. …

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Grand Tour


A photo essay. To view all 12 images, check out the email edition

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Tibetan Temple


Even if you can’t locate Tibet on a map, you might be able to guess from the food at Tibetan Kitchen that the territory—officially an “autonomous region of China,” though there are plenty who dispute it—is situated between New …

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Looking Back


It’s been a year, and we’ve got the photos to prove it.

Enjoy this chronological look back at 2022 through the eyes of Daily Nutmeg.

Written by Dan Mims.

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This New Year’s in New Haven

Bottle Popped

Saturday night, it’s in one year and out the other. Here are 21 ways to go from ’22 to ’23.

Themes Do Come True
“Come party like it’s 1955” at Fair Haven Oyster Company, where a $125 ticket gets …

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Tree Time


A photo essay. To view all 17 images, check out the email edition.

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Regift Guide


It’s the most wonderful time of the year. It’s also the time of year that reminds us just how much stuff is out there.

To indulge our love of stuff without adding more to the collective pile, one option is …

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Journey Man

Allan by Jill_1500ai

“It’s all about the journey,” says Allan Dias, the self-described “customer that never left” Tony’s Bikes & Sports in Milford, where he’ll replace a broken chain or steer a biking enthusiast toward challenging trails. His short bio on the shop’s …

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Down Under


What do Benedict Arnold’s first wife, Rutherford B. Hayes’s grandmother and James Hillhouse’s uncle have in common? …

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Door Handle


New Haven has better reason than most to get a handle on its doors. This dates back at least as far as the Revolutionary War, when British soldiers spent the first week of July 1779 raiding towns on the Connecticut …

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