Khuan-Yu Hall
Staff Reporter
Khuan-Yu Hall covers business, unions, and the economy. He is a sophomore in Davenport, from Hartland, Vermont, studying Computer Science and Ethics, Politics, and Economics.
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Pathways to Wellness prepares for grand opening in Hamden

The wellness center aims to reimagine what wellness and mental healthcare looks like in Black communities.

After bloom of Valentine’s Day demand, New Haven florists reflect on changing industry

Valentine’s Day flower shopping offers a view into the flower industry and supply chain.

ConnCORP allocates resources to minority-owned small businesses

ConnCORP is the recipient of a $1 million grant from the KeyBank Foundation to support its work uplifting local minority-owned businesses.

Diyanet Mosque and Brick Oven rally New Haveners to support Turkish and Syrian earthquake victims

After a devastating earthquake near the Turkish-Syrian border, New Haveners are stepping up to send more than $20,000 in relief to affected nations.

Fighting over fridges and the future of Sandra’s Next Generation

The city zoning board and residents are split over renowned soul food restaurant Sandra’s Next Generation’s refrigerator unit placement.

Beinecke Library unites past and present in spring exhibit

The “Revisiting the Past – Imagining the Future” exhibit at the Beinecke features artifacts such as cowboy diaries and Japanese playing cards that transcend cultural and temporal boundaries.

Dislodging emissions from the hotel industry: New Haven’s Hotel Marcel aims to reach net-zero carbon

Just under a year after the hotel opened its doors, the Hotel Marcel’s owner and architect offers a look at the building’s history and carbon emission reduction efforts in the hotel industry.

New Haven concludes first week of recreational cannabis sales

Affinity Health and Wellness, a former medical marijuana dispensary, has expanded into the adult-use market.

New Mediterranean fusion restaurant opens on Broadway

Broadway’s newest restaurant, Broadway Kitchen, opened just over a month ago, bringing fresh American, Mediterranean and Moroccan cuisine to New Haveners.

Holiday Shopping Passport program returns to New Haven

The passport program is meant to incentivize shoppers in downtown New Haven.

Last New Haven Blue State replaced by G Cafe as chain closes entirely

The popular chain’s remaining locations in New Haven, Hartford and Providence have now closed. G Cafe will take over the Orange Street storefront.