Posts Tagged: New Haven

New Haven’s Industrial Past

Here’s the video from our event in June on “New Life for New England’s Industrial Past.” Thank you John Dankosky, Cathy Stanton, Nico Wheadon, John Thomas, and the International Festival of Arts & Ideas. Thanks, as well, to the outstanding

New Haven’s Industrial Past

Here’s the video from our event in June on “New Life for New England’s Industrial Past.” Thank you John Dankosky, Cathy Stanton, Nico Wheadon, John Thomas, and the International Festival of Arts & Ideas. Thanks, as well, to the outstanding

Interactive Crown Street

“Yale Students have a parting gift for Crown Street before they do their summer scoot.  It’s an art exhibit dance party, infused with a fondness for a certain nexus of city nightlife.”  From Jim Shelton’s piece on Interactive Crown Street

Interactive Crown Street

“Yale Students have a parting gift for Crown Street before they do their summer scoot.  It’s an art exhibit dance party, infused with a fondness for a certain nexus of city nightlife.”  From Jim Shelton’s piece on Interactive Crown Street

On Broadway

My piece in the Yale Daily News about One Broadway:  http://yaledailynews.com/blog/2014/02/14/rubin-on-broadway/        Here are the first two paragraphs:

On Broadway

My piece in the Yale Daily News about One Broadway:  http://yaledailynews.com/blog/2014/02/14/rubin-on-broadway/        Here are the first two paragraphs:

Comments on the Crossing

Planners and a developer want to put a building over the Route 34 Connector in New Haven and the city has broader plans for new surface streets and a Downtown Crossing over the 1950’s highway.  I spoke with Kenneth Gosselin

Comments on the Crossing

Planners and a developer want to put a building over the Route 34 Connector in New Haven and the city has broader plans for new surface streets and a Downtown Crossing over the 1950’s highway.  I spoke with Kenneth Gosselin

The Model

Architect Kevin Roche pointed to a model of the tower, the new headquarters for the Knights of Columbus—known as the “Supreme Office Building” by the Knights—as New Haven Mayor Richard C. Lee and John McDevitt, the Supreme Knight, looked on. 

The Model

Architect Kevin Roche pointed to a model of the tower, the new headquarters for the Knights of Columbus—known as the “Supreme Office Building” by the Knights—as New Haven Mayor Richard C. Lee and John McDevitt, the Supreme Knight, looked on.