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Bull & Swine Infuses New Haven Into New Haven

Take a stroll down State Street and you might just find yourself lured into a small barbecue joint that smokes all of it’s meats on site. Bull & Swine is small and unassuming, but walk in and take a seat and you’ll be transported to a place where barbecue is the order of everyday. Add continue reading…

Nearly 1400 New Haven Adults Learn To Read

We are a lucky community that has a wide array of people who are willing to lift our neighbors up who find themselves in challenging situations. One such example of this is an organization that has been around since 1976 and helps nearly 1400 area residents each year learn to read at a higher level. continue reading…

Mill River Trail Adds A New Dimension To New Haven

Once you’ve settled in to your own piece of New Haven real estate, you’ll come to quickly realize that New Haven is much more then just a city with buildings and cars. Look a little deeper and you’ll discover that the city is one of concerned citizens, raising awareness of the often forgotten landscapes around continue reading…

Friday Night Flicks Voting Heats Up The Winter

One of the newest and most enjoyed traditions for residents of the city of New Haven and beyond is the “Friday Night Flicks” series put on by the city’s Parks and Recreation Department throughout the summer months. Now that the snow has fallen and the ground is white, you might need to close your eyes continue reading…

Whitneyville Bookstore Giving Back One Book At A Time

“As we work to create light for others, we naturally light our own way.” This wonderful quote from Maya Angelou could just as easily have been the guiding principal for Linda Mooser. Mooser owns the Whitneyville used book shop Books & Company. Books & Company has always been completely engaged in the needs of those continue reading…

Yale University Working With New Haven On Commuter Issues

The city of New Haven and Yale University are partners on many things. Given that the university is as central to the city’s operations as any of it’s corporate citizens, it makes sense that the two would collaborate on making the city a better place to live and work. As New Haven officials have continued continue reading…

A Trail Of Solitude Starts In New Haven

If a little lightly fallen snow doesn’t scare you away from an outdoor adventure, we have just the thing for you to investigate as part of a winter getaway in your own backyard. You don’t even need to leave the city of New Haven to discover a quiet solitude befitting the rolling hills of New continue reading…

Westville Village Gets More Pedestrian Friendly

After six years of leg work by State Representative Patricia Dillon and other village officials, the Westville neighborhood of New Haven has become much more pedestrian friendly. Since the fire that destroyed one of the neighborhood’s bedrock establishments, Delaney’s Restaurant, in 2014, the village has been working to comeback. With this new investment from both continue reading…

The Completion of the Farmington Canal Rail Trail

One of the great things about the city of New Haven is how bikeable and walkable it is. It is becoming more and more so as city officials are in the midst of a five-year plan to make the city even more bikeable through a series of efforts to better mark the streets and extend continue reading…

The Musical Epicenter Of The City

There is no questioning the musical significance of the city of New Haven. Whether it be performances by the Rolling Stones or Bob Dylan, the city has welcomed hundreds of the biggest names in music over the course of it’s storied history. One of the lynchpins of that musical history is Cafe 9. Since 1972, continue reading…

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