Following up on Leigh’s post, more photos from the Strong School mural project last weekend!
Hey there, New Haveners! Happy summer (is it June already? Where did April and May go?). I recently had the chance to visit the New Haven Land Trust’s very cool new greenhouse at Grand Acres, and tour the farm as plants started to poke their heads up out of the soil. Here are a few […]
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
Hi New Haveners! It’s a week before the news syndicate for which I work, the New Haven Independent, launches its new low power radio station. I’m pretty excited to share photos of that with you as we go live … but not quite yet. In the meantime, but I wanted to share a pretty cool experience […]
In Fair Haven, just near the beautiful Quinnipiac River, is one of the best little wine shops in New Haven. Grand Vin is all welcoming wood floors, twinkly lights, and racks and racks of beautiful bottles from around the world. Grand Vin is big on community – they welcome neighbors from across the city (and […]
Community members gathered on Grand Avenue in Fair Haven Tuesday evening in remembrance of the police killing of Malik Jones on April 14, 1997. Organizers included the Answer Coalition, Malik Foundation and People Against Police Brutality. After speeches by Emma Jones (Malik Jones’ mother), human rights activists from Mexico and organizers, the group of about 75 […]