Friday | January 21, 2022

 January 20, 2022, by Brian Slattery- "Pedestrians and people driving along Whalley Avenue may have noticed the storefront that used to house Strange Ways has changed. That’s because the beloved lifestyle store moved from Westville Village to downtown. In its place, owner Alex Dakoulas — who also still operates Strange Ways in its new location — has opened Westville General, selling meats, cheeses, condiments, candy, home goods, and gifts (just for starters).

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Monday | January 17, 2022

January 12, 2022, The New Haven Independent, by Maya McFadden- "Tennis mavens can look forward to filled-in cracks — and space newly set aside for pickleball — at Edgewood Park’s popular but neglected courts. City Engineer Giovanni Zinn Tuesday night announced plans to resurface and renovate the courts at the park’s northwest corner.

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January 10, 2022, by Brian Slattery- "Ana Henriques’s Forest I partakes of recognizable natural shapes — spreading tree branches, a mirrored sun, the ripples of water and hills — without being beholden to them.

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Thursday | December 16, 2021

December 10, 2021, by Lucy Gellman- "Jolysa Anthony waved her hand over a fresh batch of soy candles, and began to tell the story of how they came to be. Rachael Warden made the pitch for eucalyptus, orange and lavender essential oils that could transform a home into an impromptu day spa. Danny Bress looked over for a pint-sized cricket loom, studying a toffee-colored textile still in progress. All of them are makers at UARTS, an initiative of the Chapel Haven Schleifer Center that trains adults with developmental disabilities to make and sell art.

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Wednesday | December 15, 2021

December 13, 2021, by Jadan Anderson- "Upstairs at West River Arts, a pink, dotted mobile beckoned from the ceiling at UPcycled Mobiles in Studio #206. Varying patterns of light pink and white oval-shaped plastic hung from aluminum wire, feather-like. A black plant crate, formed into the shape of a heart, topped the design.
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December 13, 2021, by Lucy Gellman- "Wesley Yarbor counted out the steps, crossing one foot one over the other. As he glided across the floor, the chalkboard and empty bookshelves transformed into a dance studio. A stereo sat quiet at the front of the room.
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December 10, 2021, by Maya McFadden-"Fountain Street’s fixers are suggesting that New Haven do the bump to keep the public safer.
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December 10, 2021, by Brain Slattery- "The crisp, heightened color and the vertical symmetry immediately draw the eye to Penrhyn Cook’s photos, Mexican Tub and VW at Sunrise, side by side on the wall at Kehler Liddell Gallery in Westville.
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Sunday | September 26, 2021

 
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September 16, 2021, by Danielle Campell- The noontime sun shone brightly as people walked down Whalley Avenue toward the Westville Art Market.
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