Tag Archives: New Haven

Peace and Quiet


“I find it interesting that some people say they don’t want to live near a cemetery,” says Dan Krueger, manager of Beaverdale Memorial Park. …

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Plein Language


“Everything just keeps changing,” Bill Meddick says as he presses his brush to his palette. …

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This Week in New Haven (July 4 – 10)


Look, up in the sky! It’s… a fireworks show. (Superman comes later, on Sunday.)

Monday, July 4 – Independence Day
You could sleep in, most likely, or you could head to Grove Street Cemetery, where the General David Humphreys Branch …

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Going Fourth


America’s 246th birthday happens Monday, and we’re RSVPing yes.

In the meantime, we might head to…

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End in Sight


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

Several years ago, I spied something tantalizing behind the Winchester Lofts parking lot: an opening. …

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This Week in New Haven (June 27 – July 3)


Two beachside fireworks shows can’t wait for the Fourth, while a ren faire offers a different kind of fire work. …

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Point in Time


The eponymous lighthouse on Lighthouse Point hasn’t been lit since 1877. …

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Curation Story


At the southwest corner of State and Edwards, the words “Flynn’s Grocery / Specialty Foods,” printed on the window, might get lost in what’s behind or before them, but you can’t miss the black and white-striped awning around the corner …

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This Week in New Haven (June 20 – 26)


Festivals, special occasions and cuddly goats start summer off right. …

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Equal Terms


On January 29, 1864, a “large, well-formed and dignified man” stepped onto a “sort of rude balcony” at Grape Vine Point, where the Mill River meets the Quinnipiac. …

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