Heavy smoke from the Canadian wild fires have engulfed New Haven in a yellow/orange hue. The smoke is impacting our city’s air, so an Air Quality Health Advisory has been issued. Try to limit your outdoor activities to the absolute necessities. That being said, I couldn’t resist the rare opportunity to photograph the effects. Follow […]
Quinnipiac Riverfest was a hit again this year and brought together many community members from Fair Haven and New Haven alike. The annual event is an eagerly awaited neighborhood tradition that, for many people, marks the beginning of summer. Riverfest is organized by the Chatham Square Neighborhood Association and the Quinnipiac River Marina. I put […]
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.
Fair Haven honored Dia de Los Muertos with another festive celebration and parade. The festival is organized by United Latina en Accion .
Check it out! Last weekend New Haveners came together to raise funds for relief efforts in Puerto Rico. This weekend, they’re doing it again. Here are a few shots from the first time around.
There was a penny-farthing you could test ride with guidance from the CT Wheelmen A bike converted into a chalk canvas And really cool old wooden wheels at the Wheelman tent An etching ready for printing The young artist signing the first print Some Fair Haveners spending time with friends at the festival
Raymond is an exchange student from Hong Kong and was here in New Haven for a one month stay through the Yale-China Association. He reached to out me via Facebook and we met for lunch at Kamal. Ray was interested in seeing New Haven in an authentic way, and also wanted to check out an […]