May 26, 2022, by Maya McFadden- "One hundred and fifty New Haven middle and high school students put their pencils down and posters up Thursday to give the city a lesson on solidarity, passion, and leading through action. The 150 students from Elm City Montessori School, Beecher School, Common Ground, and Edgewood School participated in an annual “Children’s March” to Edgewood Park. Each student advocated for a cause they were personally passionate about.
Friday | May 27, 2022
Tuesday | May 10, 2022
May 8, 2022, by Brian Zahn- "Its name may be Marginal, but Kathie Hebert believes it could be something significant. Marginal Drive, a road that runs along the West River and connects New Haven’s Westville neighborhood to the Allingtown neighborhood in West Haven, is underutilized and has not been recognized for its potential in recent years, Hebert said. Hebert, a West Haven resident involved in cleanup and beautification efforts along West Haven’s shoreline, has been meeting with like-minded people in both New Haven and West Haven for weeks.
Wednesday | May 4, 2022
May 3, 2022, By Lucy Gellman- "When John Orr looks at the nineteenth century painting The Rat Trap, he sees three kids who are up to no good. In the work by British painter Edmund Bristow, a young boy points a stick at two friends, each of whom holds a small, furry animal. Between the boy’s feet, a rat stares out from the aforementioned trap, its pink paws visible.
May 4, 2022, by Brian Slattery- "When sibling rivalry becomes a little too hostile. When a puppeteer’s puppet refuses to cooperate. When a threesome collides with the cheerful aesthetic of a Disney movie. These and many other wonderfully absurd scenarios were mined for laughter by The Regicides on Tuesday evening, kicking off a week of ArtWalk programming in Westville. This year — for its 25th year — ArtWalk returns to being all in-person.