Monthly Archives: November 2013

What’s Here? See Click Fix

“Anonymous” asked about getting more trash cans. “City of New Haven” responded with a phone number to call. A neighbor offered two extra trash cans that she had. “Department of Public Works” followed up to see if everything worked out. All that happened online on SeeClickFix, New Haven’s homegrown problem-solving website. None of it would…
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What’s Here? Letting Your Hair Down or Up

Letting Your Hair Down or Up appeared in Daily Nutmeg on June 22, 2013. It was written and photographed by Uma Ramiah. We’re a down-to-earth crew, we New Haveners. Our fair city is just big enough to feel urban yet small enough to be locally focused, home-grown, and low-key. But let’s admit it: we’re also…
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What’s Here: Uncommon Threads

Uncommon Threads appeared in Daily Nutmeg on September 5, 2013. It was written by Cara McDonough and photographed by Uma Ramiah. Kimberly Pedrick remembers traveling to New Haven from Monroe, CT, as a seven-year-old to try the pizza at Pepe’s on Wooster Street. Other than that experience, the Elm City was just something her family…
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What’s Here: Looks Ahead

Looks Ahead appeared in Daily Nutmeg on November 7, 2013. It was written and photographed by Dan Mims. When designer fashion shop Raggs first opened in 1984, “people would pull over to buy a $200 sweater like they were buying milk,” quips owner Tom Maloney. “Raggs” derives from a slang reference to the fashion industry—“the rag…
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