Monthly Archives: October 2014

What’s New? A Step Closer for LiveWorkLearnPlay

Governor Dannel P. Malloy, joined by New Haven Mayor Toni Harp, Congresswoman Rosa L. DeLauro, New Haven Board of Alders President Jorge Perez and LiveWorkLearnPlay Co-Managing Partner and Founding Principal Max Reim, today announced a $21.5 million investment in Phase II of New Haven’s Downtown Crossing plan. These funds will provide the infrastructure improvements needed…
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What’s New? Chicklets

Why The Organic Chicken Crossed The Road? Ike Swetlits answers that question for New Haven Independent. Giant scissors in hand, the chicken crossed Church Street—to get to work grilling some other chickens in the cause of serving healthful food that tastes good. The giant chicken—a prep cook in disguise—cut the ribbon at the grand opening Monday…
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What’s Here? Ordinary

Washington Stopped Here; So Did Brando, now, Sarah Gold reviews Ordinary for the New York Times. Outside New York City, good bar food can be dismayingly hard to find. Manhattan and Brooklyn proprietors have been nudging their bar menus into artisanal territory for a while; in the suburbs, though, many offerings seem stuck in a…
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Downtown New Haven Insight Survey

The Town Green District invites your feedback and asks that you complete a brief survey on how we can continue to provide a more welcoming, vital and inviting experience in Downtown New Haven. The survey should take between 10 and 15 minutes of your time, but will provide valuable information as we grow our efforts.…
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