I know that’s a bold headline and I might be a little biased since I teach photography at Co-Op High School, but I know first hand just how talented and hard working these dancers are. Here are highlights of last week’s Spring Showcase. I put a link to an expanded album with all 395 photos […]
Archives for May 2023
The iconic and award winning Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge was lit up in Red White and Blue this Memorial Day Weekend to honor and mourn the U.S. military personnel who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. The bridge also gets lit in the patriotic motif for the fourth of July. I took […]
Today the ribbon was cut for the grand opening of wow!!tikka at 135 Orange Street in the former location of Tikkaway Grill. Tikkaway owner Gopi Nair closed up shop about two years ago due to Covid staffing challenges and health concerns. Gopi teamed up with longtime friend and restaurant veteran, Kannan Kesavalu to create wow!!tikka […]
A Broken Umbrella Theater performed Where the Rubber Meets the Road on Saturday at Artwalk. The show, as usual, was an original Broken Umbrella Theater production highlighting the rich history of New Haven. Where the Rubber Meets the Road was about an imagined story of the interactions of New Haven’s own, Eli Whitley Blake and […]
The New Haven Sasquatch made a surprise debut appearance at Artwalk’s fashion show on Friday night, modeling a wrap-around dress designed by Tea Montgomery of Threads by Tea. Sasquatch was the final model to walk the runway that night and closed out the fashion show with roars from the audience that also had their jaws […]
Friday was Artwalk‘s fashion show organized by Lotta Studio, that featured about fifty models showcasing the designs of nine local designers. The designers in the show were: Pu$h, Black Goat Milk, Syd Univerity, Bushra Fashion, Noir Vintage, Empath Vintage, Threads by Tea, Two Faced, and Donald Carter. Follow the I Love New Haven Instagram and […]
Fair Haven Day was back this year after a 15 year hiatus. The event was really two events combined: The Mary Wade Parade and The International Festival of Arts and Ideas Neighborhood festival.