Tag Archives: Kathleen Cei

This Week in New Haven (January 27 – February 2)

Haven String Quartet at 116 Crown

Pace yourself. Drink plenty of water. Between a cocktail event Tuesday, an extensive wine tasting Thursday, a BYO all-night rager blurring Friday with Saturday and a Super Bowl on…

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A Look Before We Leap

Daily Nutmeg Photo Collage

Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
and never brought to mind?

That opening question of the nostalgia-riddled Scottish folk song “Auld Lang Syne,”…

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This Week in New Haven (October 14 – 20)

Music Haven photo by Kathleen Cei

Music, astronomy, theater, charity, food, empowerment, visual arts and film, in that order, sate the senses and engage the intellect this week, reminding us why New Haven is such a lively place to live.…

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Lord of the Fries

Jonathan Gibbons, owner of Fryborg

One look at the cute angular cartons heaping with glistening, golden-brown “frites” (Belgian-style fries) or the Grilled Fluffernutter with Bacon sandwiches in the hands of blissful customers, and it’s clear that the motto on the side of the Fryborg food …

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Flower Chords

Meriden Daffodil Festival

This weekend, an excellent place to find New Haven-based music acts is 20 miles out of town at the Meriden Daffodil Festival.

New Haven has long been known for its thriving original music scene, particularly in the pop and rock …

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Your Hoppy Place

Luck & Levity Brewshop

Dried Woodruff. Heather Tips. Flaked Rye. Gypsum. Iris Moss. Amarillo.

These may sound like things you’d find bubbling in a witch’s cauldron. In fact, they’re just a few examples of the wide range of ingredients, amidst…

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Off the Chain

Shake Shack

When you step up to the counter at Shake Shack to order an Elm City Coffee Break “concrete,” you’re not just ordering a cup full of creamy vanilla frozen custard with bits of coffee cake, marshmallow sauce and pecan-shortbread cookies, …

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Port of Fall

Corn at USFM

Recently at the Upper State Farm Market (USFM), a newcomer debuted at the Bethany-based Simon’s Greenhouse table, creating quite a stir among market-goers and resulting in a sold-out appearance.

It turns out this warmly welcomed celebrity was no stranger to …

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Having a Ball

New Haven Meatball House

“Four types of meatballs, four kinds of sauces and three ways to eat them.” That’s the simple (yet genius) core concept of New Haven Meatball House, the newest eatery opened by restaurateur Bob Potter, who also brought us downtown’s craft …

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Soup Upped

Jessica Hazen | The Soup Girl

After years spent roasting, chopping and simmering in rented kitchen spaces and ladling on-the-go from a silver truck, Jessica Hazen, a.k.a. The Soup Girl, knew that opening a storefront was the next step.…

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