An insider’s guide to fun in the city

June 10, 2001
Over the next few months, you’ll be told the real New Haven is much safer, cleaner and more fun than the perception of the city indicates. And with some effort, you’ll find this to be the case, but it’ll require leaving the ivy walls. Home to a vibrant cultural scene and great ethnic food, New »

Gathering keeps Malik’s memory alive

April 16, 2001
For Emma Jones, last week’s violence in Cincinnati, Ohio, hit very close to home. Like the unarmed young black man killed by a white policeman there April 7, her son Malik was shot dead by a white East Haven police officer on April 14, 1997. On Saturday, the fourth anniversary of her son’s death, Jones »

City tries to ease parking woes

January 12, 2001
Have car, will travel — unless there is nowhere to park. This is the quandary New Haven residents and visitors to the Elm City have faced for years. The lack of garage and on-street parking in downtown New Haven has been a perennial problem for the city. But with the soon-to-be completed renovations of the »