Tag Archives: Quinnipiac River

Something in the Water

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New Haven: the birthplace of the hamburger and, arguably, home to the finest pizza in America. But for centuries it was Crassotrea Virginica—the eastern oyster, a.k.a. the Atlantic oyster—that was the pride of New Haven’s food culture. …

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Tight Ship

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Docked on the eastern bank of its namesake, tucked behind an ear of the Grand Avenue Bridge, the Q River Grill, hard-opened in January, is a commercial island in a residential neighborhood, a place you’re only likely to find …

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Water Therapy

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The tide chart tells us that around 9:30 a.m., the time will be right for putting our canoe in at Sackett Point. …

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Beneath the Bridge

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Hidden below the entry lanes that become the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge—a.k.a. the Q—a tiny park memorializes the 18 Connecticut men who died in the …

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Rail to Trail

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A westerly wind runs across the tidal marsh, combing the silky heads of reedy marsh grass. …

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Walking on Water

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By 1 p.m. Saturday, roughly 30 of us had gathered at the designated meeting spot, a stone’s throw away from the Grand Avenue Bridge’s eastern barricades. …

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Up a Creek

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You aren’t guaranteed to see a kingfisher while paddling with Kingfisher Adventures—but you might. “A belted kingfisher—that’s great!” our guide, John Pescatore, said as…

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Water Therapy

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The tide chart tells us that around 9:30 a.m., the time will be right for putting our canoe in at Sackett Point. …

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For the Moment

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Before there was Thanksgiving, there were Thanksgivings…

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Water Way

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If you know the Mill River, you probably know it best from…

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