Hey there, New Haveners! So while I, like many of you, am waiting for someone to give me a sedative that will last through November 8th, I also am working through this election. Last week, that meant that I headed to Saint Louis for the second presidential debate. Washington University holds a special place in my […]
This past Sunday was the Multicultural Block Party, a collaboration between Yale’s eight diversity groups, and an afternoon of food, fun, and fantastic performances! More information about this year’s event can be found here: http://diversityblockparty.yale.edu. In between performances… A magic show by Cyril the Sorceror! The calligraphy table by ISPY, the Chinese Painting and Calligraphy group […]
Hey New Haveners! Last week, I got to check out the new Anchor Spa on assignment for the New Haven Independent. A big fan of the old Anchor, with its fat neon sign, curmudgeonly but loveable staff, and unending smell of something burning, I was hesitant about the idea. Cocktails and I don’t have a great […]
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.
A look back at Sunday’s event at Varick, as we move into this week’s protests.
Wednesday night, Dr. Caterwaul’s Cadre of Clairvoyant Claptraps and The Dustbowl Revival rocked Cafe Nine — that tiny, industrious and indestructible watering hole on Crown and State streets – for three hours, turning the audience hoarse as members screamed and whooped for more. Here are a few photos from that magical night.
A few photos from New Haven’s very cool Summer Meals Blitz Day in Goffe Street Park last weekend, which kicked off the city’s free summer meals program. To find more about how to get involved in the program, which fills a food insecurity gap for kids during the summer months, visit this website. Billy Bromage […]