Elm City Market Makes Brunch Swing

by Karen Ponzio | Oct 31, 2017 11:27 am

For Hannah Pimenta, the front of house supervisor, the jazz brunch is one of her favorite things about working at Elm City Market.

“I love it here. It’s so family oriented and such a great environment,” she said. “This event creates a different spin on brunch. It’s more soothing and relaxing. A lot of regulars will show up, but we’re always seeing new faces. It brings people together.”

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Jazz Week Swings Toward Finale

by Karen Ponzio | Oct 20, 2017 11:05 am

Kriss Santala was standing outside on the patio of Harvest Wine Bar and Restaurant on Chapel Street, smiling and hugging people while the wait staff brought the lights and equipment into the bar area.

“We played outside at the first one, but I think we’re inside this time,” she said. “I was so thrilled to be asked to come back, and when I found out it was Jazz Week, I was even more thrilled. This is going to be fun!”

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Grand Prix Draws Hundreds Of Cyclists

by Brian Slattery | Sep 16, 2017 8:14 pm | Comments (12)

Brian Slattery PhotoKyle Crowell, 16 years old, began cycling competitively with CT Cycling Advancement Program three years ago. He was on Chapel Street at 4:30 p.m. Friday to cheer on his father Chris in the masters divison race of the New Haven Grand Prix, before he raced himself in the junior division two hours later.

“When I was a little kid, I always watched my dad’s races, and I always wanted to try it,” he said.

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