Archives for January 2015
Martin Luther King Day in New Haven is more than a day off. A day filled with events there are many opportunities to learn more about the legacy of King, hear the voices of those affected by that legacy and build community. Check back later for more images from the day.
A Sudden, Unceremonious Closing Of The Anchor Restaurant meant that many did not get to re-visit before it closed its doors. Here are several of my photographs that feature The Anchor Restaurant The Anchor Restaurant – 272 College Street (at Chapel Street) in New Haven, CT, closed on January 4, 2015 The Anchor was situated […]
These past few months I have shirked my responsibilities to the ILNH Instagram, so I dedicate this post to it to let you all know I am back to bringing you all daily photos right to our Instagram! Go follow us @ilovenewhaven
Whatever your political persuasion you have to appreciate New Haven’s central role in the big electoral fights in the state of Connecticut. On Monday evening Governor Malloy, LT. Governor Wyman, Attorney General Jepsen and others made a stop in the city to express their appreciation of this fact.