Monthly Archives: February 2014

What’s Here: College Education

You don’t have to go to college to learn about New Haven. Bonnie Goldberg for Daily Nutmeg explains in the February 14 edition. Just go to College Street. Downtown, the thoroughfare runs between the first and second columns of the city’s original nine squares and bridges the gap between major symbols of the city’s dualistic…
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What’s New? NY Times Reports….

A firm that once turned up its nose at this collegiate city now wants to build a $360 million mixed-use development on a downtown parking lot. In a vote of confidence for the downtown area, the Canadian firm LiveWorkLearnPlay has signed on to bring 1,000 apartment units (mainly rentals), 76,000 square feet of retail space,…
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What’s New: Grant Money for Start ups

CT Next Wants to Fund YOUR Idea! CT Next, a support network for CT entrepreneurs, is looking to award our state's most promising startups with grants up to $10,000! to fund projects that help to advance businesses. Who Can Apply? Any Connecticut startup is eligible. Funds can be used toward research and development-related projects including…
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What’s New: Chocolate Maya

It’s called a “Chocolate Manhattan”—one you can now get one in New Haven, at our town’s new, and only, dessert bar. Robert Klinger, who also own and runs S’Wings on Crown Street and the Little Salad Shop next door on High Street, was serving them up at a grand opening of his newest venture, Chocolate…
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