A few photos from the blizzard last week, highlighting our struggle against nature, and rarely seen aspects of our city.
Archives for January 2016
There were a lot of things that happened last weekend. Leora Morris opened her production of Women Beware Women at the Iseman Theater (still going on through Jan. 29!), and it was amazing. BAR kept its doors open during the blizzard — which we from Michigan would call a “dusting” — and had a crazy […]
The New Haven Votes Coalition held a meeting at city hall on January 26 to set priorities which include increasing the number of young people participating in public hearings, expanding the scope of the New Haven Democracy Fund, supporting automatic voter registration, making sure ex- offenders know the laws pertaining to their ability to vote […]
For the last 5 years I have lived and worked in the East Rock neighborhood. Most of my time in New Haven has been here. It is bordered by Prospect Hill, Fair Haven, Wooster Square and Yale. As like most of the rest of the city it is in a redevelopment phase. The new East […]
I had a lot of fun today sledding and shooting at the Div School hill! Here are the top ten photos. I’ll put a link at the bottom to the expanded album on our Facebook page. More sledding photos on our Facebook page: Sledding at the Div School expanded album
Monday, January 18th was Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and the Peabody Museum hosted the 20th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy of Environmental and Social Justice 2016 event. Below are some photos of the various events and performances that took place on Sunday and Monday. Children write down their dreams underneath the “I […]
Standout looks from the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day poetry slam at the Yale Peabody Museum