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New Haven (New Haven, Connecticut)

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  • Surprising Primary Guests: Race And Class

    Midterm elections as a rule do not inspire much interest or excitement. The majority of the recent party primary contests in Connecticut adhered to this rule, but two were noticeable exceptions. In both, race or class unexpectedly showed up. Race was an...
  • Connecticut Home Sales Get Boost In June

    Connecticut Home Sales Get Boost In June
    Connecticut home sales in June posted the strongest gains so far this year — with Hartford County leading the way — an indication that the well-watched spring home buying season may have been a bit stronger than first thought. Sales of...
  • Vouchers Would Make Colleges Compete

    If you're an American paying private college costs, you're paying twice: once to your private college, and once to your state's tax collector to support public colleges. It's worse than unfair. It's counterproductive. State colleges have a captive...
  • Alternate Routes Perform Newtown's 'Nothing More' Unplugged

    Alternate Routes Perform Newtown's 'Nothing More' Unplugged
    Last summer, Tim Warren and Eric Donnelly, of the Bridgeport band the Alternate Routes, wrote “Nothing More” for Newtown Kindness, an organization founded in memory of Sandy Hook Elementary School victim Charlotte Bacon. “Heroes don&...
  • Ponybird's Jennifer Dauphinais Celebrates Soul-Searching Album

    Ponybird's Jennifer Dauphinais Celebrates Soul-Searching Album
    Singer-songwriter Jennifer Dauphinais, who records as Ponybird, writes songs — slow, minor-key waltzes, atmospheric dirges, soulful full-band workouts — that are subversively punk-rock in spirit and mostly acoustic in texture. She sings in a...
  • The 'Bread And Milk' Guy, Vic Dibitetto, Performs In New Haven

    The 'Bread And Milk' Guy, Vic Dibitetto, Performs In New Haven
    Vic Dibitetto is the "bread and milk" guy. The viral video that's earned 12 million hits on YouTube shows Dibitetto going apoplectic in his car, wailing "I've got to get the bread and milk!! Oh my god!!" because the weatherman has predicted a little snow....
  • Winners Of 48-Hour Film Project To Be Screened

    Winners Of 48-Hour Film Project To Be Screened
    On Wednesday, Aug. 27, Bijou Theatre, 275 Fairfield Ave., in Bridgeport, will host a one-night-only showcase of 12 short films from the Connecticut edition of the 48 Hour Film Project, a filmmaking spree that was held in July. The filmmaking...
  • State Presents An Unflattering Profile

    If Connecticut were a high school student, she might be considered an aloof teenager with a generous allowance and a drug problem. That's the image, anyway, that recent surveys are giving this state. A snapshot: Living well. A new federal report shows...
  • Halep, No. 1 Seed, Loses At Connecticut Open

    Halep, No. 1 Seed, Loses At Connecticut Open
    NEW HAVEN — Maybe it's not so much of an advantage to get the No. 1 seed at the Connecticut Open tennis tournament. Tuesday night marked the third consecutive year that the top seed lost in her opening match at New Haven. Magdalena Rybarikova of...
  • Receiver On Board To Straighten Out Amistad

    Though it should have happened sooner, Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen took the right step in putting a receiver at the helm of the Amistad, the schooner that is the state's official tall ship and was built with state money, but is in private...
  • Map Thief's Misadventures Chronicled In New Book

    Map Thief's Misadventures Chronicled In New Book
    In his previous incarnation, before breaking bad, E. Forbes Smiley III was more than a buyer and seller of rare maps. He was a self-taught scholar of cartographers and their masterworks. He can still expound, no doubt, on the historical value of maps, how...
  • 10 for the road: Smaller is better

    10 for the road: Smaller is better
    America's best small cities on the rise, according to SmarterTravel.com (tinyurl.com/npsuxxx): • Portland, Maine * New Haven, Conn. • San Luis Obispo, Calif. • Greenville, S.C. • Traverse City, Mich. • Asheville, N.C....