New Haven’s refugee resettlement agency, IRIS, has resettled 475 Afghan refugees since October — the most in the agency’s history.
April 29, 2022
In her path to recovery from abuse and trauma, Lana Sicilia rediscovered herself and her love for the arts during the pandemic.
The restaurant continues a long history of community engagement through collaborations with Smart Women’s Securities at Yale and the Yale Child Study Center.
As aapiNHV expands its membership in New Haven, the organization is planning on hosting three events to celebrate AAPI heritage month and bring the AAPI New Haven community closer together.
Proyecto Cimarrón, a New Haven arts group, seeks to embrace and strengthen their Puerto Rican roots through song and dance.
April 27, 2022
Family-owned Mexican food truck located is loved by Yale students
Owned by two seasoned coffee experts, the Jitter Bus celebrates the simplicity of classic beverages while embracing the dynamics of current culture.
The organization has raised over $120,000 across 21 partner organizations for its Saturday event.
When residents arrived in Wooster Square on Sunday afternoon for the city’s 47th annual Cherry Blossom Festival, they saw very little pink. Most of the […]
April 25, 2022
Eight different organizations are hosting events to honor the Yalie, who remained in New Haven and designed prolific parks such as Edgewood and East Rock.
April 22, 2022
Two community leaders’ lemonade brand, Gorilla Lemonade, has been a hit in local stores, and now they are trying to bring it to Yale.
April 21, 2022