July 2, 2015, The New Haven Independent, by Staff -As New Haven enters a new phase of tackling homelessness, three people on the front lines charted the way.The three—social services worker Abu Baker; Alison Cunningham, executive director of Columbus House,; and John Bradley, executive director of Liberty Community Services—reflected on the current and future during a recent forum at Westville’s Congregation Beth-El Keser Israel (BEKI).
Wednesday | July 8, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, Wednesday, July 01, 2015, Catherine Sullivan-DeCarlo – Chapel Haven is proud to announce its first annual Chapel Haven Golf Classic, presented by Yale-New Haven Hospital and Alexion, at the prestigious New Haven Country Club in Hamden, CT on Tuesday, September 29, 2015. The tournament begins at 1 p.m. and will offer a day of golf and a celebratory dinner at the New Haven Country Club, 160 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden, CT. For ticket information or to become a sponsor, please contact Ms. Peggy Baker, (203) 217-4691.
Wednesday | July 1, 2015
July 1, 2015, The New Haven Independent, by David Sepulveda -“I’ve looked at this for years and years in books.
Monday | June 22, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 22, 2015 Jen Payne- "A unique turning of tables, Kehler Liddell Gallery’s member artists have invited 23 of their favorite fellow artists to a group exhibit entitled ARTIST AS CURATOR 2. This invitational show features accomplished, New England artists working in a variety of media including collage, drawing, handmade paper, painting, photography, print making, and sculpture. The show runs from July 9 through August 30, with an Opening Reception on Sunday, July 12.
The Da Silva Gallery in Westville is proud to present the works of artist Angeles Martinez. Born and raised in San Jose, Uruguay, Martinez is the first artist in residence to come to New Haven to paint local scenes as well as works from New York City.
Tuesday | June 16, 2015
June 12, 2015, The New Haven Independent, by Paul Bass - "The old-fashioned telephone poles and power lines are crisscrossing the landscape, but they are arrested in their headlong racing.
Monday | June 15, 2015
June 12, 2015, The New Haven Independent, by Paul Bass - "Nature erupted outside outside another New Haven school Friday, where fourth-graders Kamiyah Emery and Sasha Cohen Cox spread the word about the right time to taste the nectar from the honeysuckle they’re tending. Kamiyah and Sasha shared their wisdom at the opening of an urban wildlife habitat that opened outside Edgewood School. It was the second such habitat opening this week.
Friday | June 5, 2015
West River Watershed is Designated a CT “Greenway” SATURDAY JUNE 6, 9:30 AM The West River Watershed Coalition is very excited to announce that the Connecticut Greenways Council has accepted the nomination of the West River Greenway as a Connecticut Designated Greenway. We thank the signers of the application: the governments of Bethany, Hamden, New Haven, West Haven, and Woodbridge, the South Central Regional Water Authority and the Greater New Haven Water Pollution Control Authority. We appreciate the support of all of the members of the West River Watershed Coalition.
Thursday | June 4, 2015
June 3, 2015, The New Haven Independent, by Freesia DeNaples - "A crew erected not a tent, but a huge inflatable movie screen in Edgewood Park—in preparation for a summer of “Friday Night Flicks” in parks across town. Martin Torresquintero, outdoor adventure coordinator for the Department of Parks, Recreation and Trees, directed the efforts of the seven-member crew Wednesday in the skating rink outside Edgewood’s Coogan Pavilion. As the screen slowly rose up into the air, one of the crew members noted little kids might want to jump on the base of the screen, which is almost identic
June 4, 2015, by David Sepulveda - "It was in the abandoned factories where the graffiti artist known as REO frequently went to ply his aerosol craft, and where he first encountered many of the found objects and elements that now comprise “Another Man’s Trash." That’s the title of REO’s debut, solo exhibit at Westville’s Keys on Kites Tattoo and Gallery at 869 Whalley Ave. REO’s graffiti pseudonym was given to him by his cousin and mentor, Seme, who early