Alyssa is a high school student here in New Haven and sent us these photos that she took in Edgerton Park recently.
Here are some of our fave’s from yesterday’s 41st Annual Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival. On Sunday me, my camera, my wife and dog went to the Cherry Blossom Festival. We ran into Mary Lou Aleskie and she got us thinking about Arts and Ideas. The Festival was a family kind of event. It was […]
Today’s post is similar to previous portrait projects that I’ve done, except for this one, I didn’t stay in one place. It was just too cold to be still, so I got around. I had a lot of fun meeting some great people and reconnecting with others. Check out our I Love New Haven Facebook […]
Lisa Daly has been living in Ireland for the last decade working in photography. She just recently moved to New Haven and is loving being getting to know the community. She is a member of New Haven’s A Broken Umbrella Theater and the upcoming performance of Freewheelers in The International Festival of Arts and Ideas. This past weekend she was delighted […]
Yesterday was the 40th Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival. That’s pretty cool. The festival was put on and organized by the Historic Wooster Square Association ( www.historicwoostersquare.org). Although the nature’s timing and the festival’s timing weren’t in sync this year, there was one little tree at the end of the park which actually did have blossoms; a trendsetter, perhaps. You can […]
Justin Haaheim is a movement builder, musician and coach for social changemakers living in New Haven, CT. He loves training, empowering and supporting people and groups to take action for racial justice and climate solutions. He loves drumming, chocolate, cooking, photography, bourbon and chocolate again. And he loves New Haven, his home since 2007. Check […]