Cave à Vin is a vintage wine bar on State Street (near Edwards Street). Take our photographic tour of this beautiful wine bar. Cave à Vin (Wine Cellar in French) is located at 975 State Street in New Haven, CT Sipping & Sitting right on the sidewalk step inside to Cave à Vin Authentic tin ceiling, […]
Archives for June 2015
Greetings from Bourbon Street and hope all is well especially in beautiful Jazzy New Haven, I have a Jazz television program (Bourbon Street) in New Haven that airs weekly to half million television households only in Connecticut from CTV Studios. My goal is to educate the Connecticut community about Jazz / Blues musicology by exhibiting […]
The Stetson Branch library is its own little beautiful world in a strip on Dixwell. Brightly colored and chock full of books of all kinds (with a focus on African American literature and history), the librarians love and promote reading (of course), learning and community. Summer reading starts this month, kids can sign up at […]
Ciné 4 is located at 371 Middletown Avenue, New Haven near the North Haven line. For nearly 45 years, they have been screening great films here The Ciné 4 marquee, visible from Exit 8 off I-91, and Middletown Avenue Get Your Tickets! Alan Soffer is ready to greet you (Jessy on the left) Operating Continually Since […]
Arts and Ideas is in the middle of its annual run in New Haven. The festival is a great opportunity to experience shows exploring different ideas and also to see the arts come alive. It runs until Saturday and there is still much left to participate in. I will be at several of the events […]
The Muppets took Manhattan and so did I. Last night Dan from Tweed Facts (www.facebook.com/tweedfacts) took my friend Miriam Rieder and I, for a night flight into New York up the Hudson River to the Statue of Liberty and back. We flew two (maybe three) full circles around the Lady from only 200 feet above it […]
Candids from downtown New Haven.