Last week during the snow fall I recruited friends to take photos in the snow. After 10 minutes it got wayy too cold but we had fun! Wooster Square during the snowfall is gorgeous.
Archives for January 2014
The Useless Talent Project is where people pose with a sign of their useless talent/skill. Aidan started this at New Haven’s City Wide Open Studios last October. He hopes to do more this year around New Haven. See more of Aidan’s work at https://www.facebook.com/LaughableArt. He will be continuing the project in 2014 in the New Haven area […]
On Saturday I was a judge for the Valentine Chocolate Festival. Before the event began at 1pm myself and two other judges arrived to sample 22 entires to the contest all of which had as an ingredient – chocolate. Samples are brought to the judges. Judging a chocolate contest doesn’t sound like anything more than […]
New Haven is pretty diverse, especially with food. So this post is pretty self-explanatory. Zafra (Cuban) Zafra (Cuban) Skappo (Italian) Skappo (Italian) Miso (Japanese) Miso (Japanese) Royal Palace (Chinese) Lalibela (Ethopian) Istanbul Cafe (Turkish) Ibiza (Spanish) Ibiza (Spanish) Thai Taste (Thai) Kasbah Garden Cafe (Moroccan)
By yesterday’s standards, I was up pretty late last night. If you go by today’s definition, I was up really early. At 5AM when most of the city was asleep, I went out on a photo expedition. The plan was to get some shots of the snow and then get as high as I can […]
The 2013 Yale World Fellows Did you know? Each Autumn, New Haven throws its arms wide open and lets the world right in. As students arrive for the fall semester, so do Yale World Fellows: 16 pretty amazing people working across the globe to make it a better place. Environmental campaigners, violence prevention advocates, artists, […]
Read about decarceration at the NYT. From the press release: Monday, January 20th, 5:00PM At the Amistad Statue outside New Haven City Hall Decarcerate CT will hold a rally on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to launch its campaign to fight mass incarceration in the state. Activists, community groups and faith groups, recognizing that mass […]