Tag Archives: Wallingford

Fall or Nothing


As fall begins to feel like fall, I find myself craving warm spices, dark spirits and late harvest fruit flavors. And I know I’m not alone. …

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Swinging for the Stars

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Inside a gymnasium in Shelton, a dozen or so recruits under the age of 10 are training to become Jedi peacekeepers in the galactic fight against the Dark Side. A Jedi master named Kato Kislo, wearing the neutral-toned, belted tunic …

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All for Nothing


Can’t wait for Hamden’s Spring Glen One-Day Free Giveaway tomorrow? Check out all this great local stuff reportedly being given away today…

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On the Line


By now, you’ve probably heard about the new rail line to Hartford, which took its first run on June 16, and its features: frequent trains to Hartford, Springfield and several other towns with a price tag of just $8 from …

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Liquid Gold

New England Cider Company

Wallingford’s New England Cider Company sits on a road lined with industrial buildings, but a few things help distinguish the cidery from its surroundings. …

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This Week in New Haven (June 12 – 18)

Black Girl: Linguistic Play by Camille A. Brown

It’s beginning to feel a lot like summer—which, in New Haven, means the International Festival of Arts & Ideas is heating up. …

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Staying Tuned

Racks at Redscroll Records

In an era when the streets run red with the shredded balance sheets of defunct music retailers, Redscroll Records is alive and kicking in the heart of working-class Wallingford. Owned and operated by Josh Carlson and Rick Sinkiewicz, Redscroll is …

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This Week in New Haven (November 18 – 24)


Travel back in time on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, across an ocean on Wednesday, up the shoreline starting on Saturday and to outer space on…

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Wine and Vine

Gouveia Vineyards

There are certain vistas that seem to belong in Connecticut, like the snow-covered New Haven Green in the dead of winter, or long stone walls edging property lines in more pastoral neighborhoods.

But winding, green grapevines as far as the …

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