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Archives for March 2013
You might have noticed that I Randallize the Winchester Repeating Arms Factory building often. I’m probably obsessed with the place actually. Within the next few years they’ll all be renovated into residential housing, so I want to get as many images of it when I can, while I can. The Winchester story, is part of our story, we […]
Article and photographs by Jay Juliano Website: www.journeysthrumylens.com Cheryl and I decided to venture down to New Haven, CT and photograph the meeting places of the most well known secret societies of Yale’s University. They are, in order of prominence, Skull and Bones, Scroll and Keys, Wolf’s Head. Skull and Bones “The Tomb”, 64 High St., New Haven, […]
Learn more about St Paul & St James. They have a jazz service every Sunday at 10:30 am, 57 Olive Street, New Haven, CT 06511. This is how they celebrate Palm Sunday at St. PJs. Rev. Alex Dyer Celebration of Mass Outdoors. Live music. Dance! Song! Serious Tap! Processional through Wooster Square. Music brought out the […]
Friday night about 75 bicyclists met at Devils Gear and rode together in honor of Mitch Dubey. Mitch was a great guy that we all lost, but as you can see from the photos, he has not been forgotten. Mathew Feiner Charlie Chaplian….. I mean David Streever! David Kahn For more photos, check out the […]
Site Projects New Haven (www.siteprojects.org) is a cool public art organization that brings us exhibits by internationally known artists. The Felice Varini’s Square With Four Circles in Temple Plaza is one of the most recognizable and known local installation. In just under a month, we will see Night Rainbow, which will be a laser light rainbow […]
The annual Youth Day Project/ talent competition happened Saturday at the Parish House on Temple Street. It was an all day event with where local kids showed off what they can do in dance, spoken word, rap, and art. They were competing for a $500 grand prize, and bragging rights among their friends. I was there […]