Tag Archives: New Haven Museum

City Treasure

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Like many parks, Scantlebury Park is active or restful depending on the need. …

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Counting Time

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With the arrival of a new year, we tend to take extra stock of time…

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Twists and Turns

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When you hear the satisfying pop of a cork this New Year’s, you might think of 19th-century entrepreneur Philos Blake. …

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This Week in New Haven (October 25 – 31)

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Bats, rituals, bones and, because this is New Haven, pizza mark a week that ends in Halloween, which this year has inspired so many ways to celebrate that we’re putting together a separate to-do list focused on those. …

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Battle Lines

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Early in the American Revolution, General George Washington had a 14th colony in mind: Canada. …

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This Week in New Haven (August 2 – 8)

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This first week in August musters national and local pride as well as live music both outside the box and just plain outside.

It also signals the beginning of Daily Nutmeg’s annual Summer Reading Month. …

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City Planner

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Googling “George Dudley Seymour” may lead you to George Dudley Seymour State Park in Haddam, a popular spot for hiking and birding on the banks of the Connecticut River. But…

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Household Names

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Until last week, the names Pink and Stepna Primus existed only in the depths of census and church records. They weren’t written or spoken as part of the oft-told history of the Pardee-Morris House, the 18th-century home of the family …

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This Week in New Haven (April 19 – 25)

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Enthusiasm for the city’s past meets passion for the planet’s future. …

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Memory Banking

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Much as many of us would like to forget, remembering this pandemic has been a priority for some local organizations and residents. …

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