Malina Simard-Halm
Staff Reporter
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LETTER: 12.8.16

Although I disagree with much of Aaron Sibarium’s ’18 most recent column (“The real case for Calhoun,” Dec. 07, 2016), I do respect some of his other contributions to the question of renaming Calhoun College.

Carmen Anthony Steakhouse closes down

“It is with a heavy heart that I have decided to voluntarily close both the Carmen Anthony Steakhouse of Waterbury after 19 years and the Carmen Anthony Steakhouse of New Haven after 10 years,” said owner Carmen Vacalebre in a statement. “We have worked very hard to keep our doors open. Now is the time to stop the hemorrhaging of the financial losses.”

Alcohol delivery service comes to New Haven

New Haven residents looking to have alcohol delivered to their homes can now have that convenience in 60 minutes or fewer through the new online startup Porter 21.

Activists decry New Haven police violence

The chant, “No justice, No peace, No racist police” reverberated from the steps of the New Haven Police Department yesterday afternoon when roughly 40 people assembled to denounce police violence.

Despite confusion, University and city negotiating deal on College Street Music Hall

College Street’s Palace Theater — which has been dark for 12 years — will be able to reopen in May with or without the use of University-owned property.

Ivy Noodle may reopen in March

Nearly a month after a sign was posted on the door of Ivy Noodle indicating a temporary closure, the restaurant has not officially announced when it will reopen its Elm Street location.

Q&A: Treating the hard to treat

Arielle Baskin-Sommers is a professor of psychiatry and psychology at Yale. Her research specializes in psychopathology and disinhibitions.

City, University resolve land disputes over Palace theater renovation

“In any negotiation there are obstacles that need to be overcome and at times, there are sticking points,” said City Hall spokesman Laurence Grotheer.

CT residents rush to meet healthcare deadline

With the three-month open enrollment period for health insurance coming to a close Sunday at midnight, Connecticut residents flocked to centers throughout the weekend to enroll in coverage through the state’s official insurance marketplace, Access Health CT.

Tesla sparks legislative debate

Roughly 70 car dealers descended upon the Connecticut State Capitol on Wednesday to protest legislation that would allow Tesla Motors to sell its vehicles in-state without having to partner with independent dealerships.

Rising GHeav prices raise questions over rental rates

Rising prices at Gourmet Heaven have sparked new questions surrounding the market’s future in the final months of its lease.