Monthly Archives: June 2015

What’s New? Burger Wars

The long-awaited Five Guys has finally opened, which adds a new¬†challenger to the New Haven Burger Wars. Who has the best burger? Stephanie Addenbrooke of New Haven Independent takes the challenge and here is her experience... A second sizzling chain opened its doors, and a downtown burger war was joined. The opening took place Monday…
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What’s Trending? Independent Retailers Month

Shopping locally and supporting small business is the focus of National Independent Retailer Month, which is celebrated throughout the month of July. Independent Retailer Month is a promotional campaign designed to show consumers the value of doing business with an independent retailer, and a time when communities can celebrate the diversity of local independent retail…
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What’s New: Work Hard, Dress Right

A new flagship has arrived on College Street in downtown New Haven. Work Hard Dress Right, the work apparel supplier for virtually any job, has opened at 127 College Street and in the process has improved and expanded the shopping experience for its customers.Previously located in West Haven, the move, according to President Brian Feury…
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What’s Here? 10,000 Villages

Recently, Daily Nutmeg turned their attention to our Chapel Street neighbor Ten Thousand Villages and here's what¬†Daniel Schkolnik writes. In 2013, a Bangladeshi garment factory collapsed in the city of Savar. Among the rubble, search-and-rescuers found over 1,100 dead workers, along with tags for J. C. Penney, Walmart, Mango and other major brands. In parts…
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