Tag Archives: Milford

Cross Purposes


There’s an element of time travel on Route 15. …

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This Week in New Haven (March 25 – 31)


Yale follows its March Madness loss last night with the best revenge: living well, in this case by experiencing “new dimensions of connection,” a “guided compassion meditation” and the story of someone who “resisted the language of victimization.” …

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Taco Standing

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Milford’s Don Rene Taqueria says its tacos “must be considered in any discussion of our state’s best.” Challenge accepted.

This small restaurant along the Milford Green felt spare and open, with moody dark tables and leisurely ceiling fans. It doesn’t …

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Silver Linings


A photo essay. To view all 22 images, check out the email edition.

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Father Time

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With apologies, an overworked dad joke:

Q: Who’s got the world’s best dad bod?

A: The researchers with the body of dada showing how important fathers are.

This Father’s Day weekend, show Dad he’s no joke. Follow his example, by……

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This Week in New Haven (May 29 – June 4)


Between literal parades, a big Saturday may offer the most impressive procession of all. …

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Eastern Exposure


My interest was piqued when I started hearing a drumbeat of suggestions to head to The Best Liquor Store in Milford. But it was the recommendation of Skurnik sake expert Janine Sacco, who touted the shop as having the most …

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Love Language


For two decades, Carol Ruggiero filled pages and pages with her thoughts and memories, evoking images of a bygone era, and now they fill Pearls from Carol, the blue-bound book her husband, Albert, devotedly assembled, published and promotes. …

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A Day at the Beach


I was expecting a bracing wind and frozen toes when I set out for a walk one morning. What I got was a day at the beach. …

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Journey Man

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“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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