Branford Jazz Series on the Branford Green Just 10 minutes North-East of New Haven, this on-going free Jazz Series runs Thursday nights 6:30-8:30PM through August 25th Branford Jazz On The Green – Thursday Nights 6:30 – 8:30pm on the Branford Green – FREE Reverend Bill Keane introduces the show Atla DeChamplain & Friends on stage […]
Archives for July 2016
Hello from Philly, New Haveners! If you feel like you’re missing out on the Democratic National Convention, here are a few photos of what’s been happening on the ground. You might even recognize a few familiar faces 🙂 Enjoy!
Have you checked No-Pop out? Here are a few photos suggesting why it’s worth the trip! Events for the cool space, run by artists Phil Lique and Laura Marsh, show up on its website. .
On Monday I had opportunity to stop by and do portraits for the young people involved in PIMOSH. What is PIMOSH you ask? People Involved in Motivating Our Students Higher (PIMOSH), an arts education & technology program on a mission making learning simple & fun through academic tutorial & mentoring, arts education & technology institute, […]
Urban meadows are sprouting up in New Haven. Designed to promote plant and insect diversity, they offer a pretty sight as well (http://news.yale.edu/photos/urban-meadows). Near one of the meadows is the Yale Farm, pictures of which you can also find below.
These are some street portraits I got around downtown today. I also asked each of the subjects for a fact about themselves which others might be surprised by. Ali aka Ali-Whack; surprising fact: started rapping in the 80’s after his father died young due to alcoholism. His Mother, sister, and cousin are all pastors. Diamond; […]
A look back at Sunday’s event at Varick, as we move into this week’s protests.