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As AI gains a workplace foothold, U.S. states are trying to make sure workers don’t get left behind. Japan Today. July 3, 2024.

This Summertime, Having Fun is Easy. New Haven Independent. June 12, 2024.

‘We are all stewards’: Helping preserve New Haven community history. YaleNews. June 11, 2024.

Quinnipiac Riverfest Brightens Fair Haven. New Haven Independent. June 10, 2024.

Library Launches Into Summer Learning. Arts Paper. June 4, 2024.

Fans Fly at New Haven Night Market. Arts Paper. May 20, 2024

Student Photographers Put New Eyes On New Haven. New Haven Arts Paper. May 15, 2024.

New Haven’s Westville Artwalk highlights artists and musicians this week. New Haven Register. May 6, 2024.

Affording internet to become more difficult for New Haven County residents as federal funds expire. New Haven Register. May 1, 2024.

Refugee Won’t Forget Kabul’s Fall. New Haven Independent. April 24, 2024.

New Haven Big Read. Great Day Connecticut. April 10, 2024.

Library Roundup: Muscles! & New Books. New Haven Independent. April 9, 2024.

This Week in New Haven. The Daily Nutmeg. April 8, 2024.

New Haven library teaches kids about eclipse. WTNH News8. April 8, 2024.

City Sets Gaze on a Vanishing Sun. New Haven Independent. April 8, 2024.

Pedro & Gladys Love Their Library. New Haven Independent. April 5, 2024.

Freddy Fixer Weekend Takes Shape. Arts Paper. April 4, 2024.

“Big Read” Brings Out Model Minority Myth Busters. New Haven Independent. April 4, 2024.

April 2024 solar eclipse events happening in Connecticut. News8. April 1, 2024.

Arts & Ideas Takes Flight. Arts Paper. April 1, 2024.

Finding Zora in a Connecticut Niece. Arts Paper. March 25, 2024.

Kids Get Crafty at Library Lego Club. Arts Paper. March 7, 2024.

NHFPL’s Innovative Early Literacy Backpacks: Boosting Children’s Learning at Ives Branch. BNN. March 7, 2024.

March Library Round-Up: Early Literacy Backpacks. New Haven Independent. March 7, 2024.

Tax Break. The New Journal. March 6, 2024.

Lunarfest 2024: The Year of the Dragon. Arts Paper. February 26, 2024.

Five Things to Know About… Sylvia Ryerson’s ‘Calls from Home’. Yale Daily News. February 23, 2024.

VITA launches free tax preparation services statewide. NBC Connecticut. February 22, 2024.

NHFPL Fundraiser Gets Festive. Arts Paper. February 21, 2024.

Library Fetes Fat Tuesday. New Haven Independent. February 21, 2024.

Mardi Gras Magic: How New Haven’s Literary Community Turned a Festive Night into $50K for Their Library. BNN. February 21, 2024.

Kwadwo Adae captures community through murals in library talk. Yale Daily News. February 14, 2024.

Urban Life Book Group Puts Heart Into ​“Home”. New Haven Independent. February 12, 2024.

Retired Cop Talks Black and Blue. New Haven Independent. February 12, 2024.

These Books Just In: NHFPL Celebrates Black Entrepreneurship. New Haven Independent. February 8, 2024.

11 Connecticut events to celebrate Lunar New Year and ring in the Year of the Dragon. CT Insider. February 7, 2024.

SWANA Keeps the Flame Burning for Black History. Arts Paper. February 7, 2024.

‘Science Evangelist’ Brings The Good News of Black Inventors. Arts Paper. February 6, 2024.

Library Hails ​“Queen Of Katwe” For Kickoff To Black History Month. New Haven Independent. February 5, 2024.

Stetson Readies for MLK Keynote. New Haven Arts Paper. January 15, 2024.

How Connecticut is working to close the ‘digital divide’ for state residents. News8. January 10, 2024

These Just In At The Library: Memory And Lineage. New Haven Independent. January 8, 2024.

Three Kings Deliver for Zulay. New Haven Arts Paper. January 6, 2024.

Q House Celebration Brings Winter Joy. New Haven Independent. January 2, 2024.


Artist Questions The Questions. New Haven Independent. December 18, 2023.

At Wexler-Grant, “The Christmas Lesson” Gives A Master Class In Grace. Arts Paper. December 18, 2023.

New Haven celebrates 110th annual Tree Lighting. Yale Daily News. December 5, 2023.

Preserving your history: Archivist Jennifer Coggins shares tips of the trade. Yale Library News. November 28, 2023.

Literacy Workshop ​“Elevates” Early Childhood Educators. New Haven Independent. November 20, 2023.

Hundreds Celebrate 51st Links Gala. New Haven Independent. November 9, 2023.

Children’s Author Reads ‘TUMBLE’ at Library Event. Yale Daily News. November 6, 2023.

Students Rally for the Right to Read. Arts Paper. November 6, 2023.

New Library Book Roundup: Up from Texas. New Haven Independent. November 2, 2023.

In Fair Haven, Delight & Connection At Bilingual Story Hour. Arts Paper. October 26, 2023.

New Haven Documentary Film Festival screens dozens of indie films. Yale Daily News. October 26, 2023.

Recycling Talk Sorts Through The Confusion. New Haven Independent. October 25, 2023.

Celebrate ‘Spooky Season’ at the New Haven Free Public Library. Patch New Haven, CT. October 17, 2023.

New Haven’s latest effort to close digital divide will help residents sign up for low-cost internet. New Haven Register. October 5, 2023.

Internet Access Plan Embraces The Market. New Haven Independent. October 4, 2023.

New Haven program works to make internet more accessible for residents. Eyewitness News 3. October 3, 2023.

Librarians across CT celebrate banned books: ‘It’s the freedom of choice,’ one leader says. Connecticut Public. October 3, 2023.

Library Gives Banned Books Week A Literary Boost. Arts Paper. October 3, 2023.

Banned Books Week celebrated by libraries in Connecticut. News8. October 3, 2023.

New Haven receives $250K grant to help families access internet. News8. October 3, 2023.

What’s On the Shelf: New Library Book Roundup. New Haven Independent. October 2, 2023.

City Hall celebrates week-long Pride New Haven festival. Yale Daily News. September 20, 2023.

New Haven PRIDE Returns, Marking New Beginnings. Arts Paper. September 18, 2023.

Roots and Branch. The Daily Nutmeg. September 12, 2023.

Dixwell Q-House hosts fourth annual Elm City Literature Festival. Yale Daily News. September 12, 2023.

LIT Fest Brings Black Romance To Dixwell. New Haven Arts Paper. September 11, 2023.

Bringing Hope to the Elm City Through Literature. I Love New Haven. September 10, 2023.

NHFPL Whets Appetite For Free Film Series. New Haven Independent. September 7, 2023.

“Shopping Spree” Gets LGBTQ+ Youth Ready For School Year. New Haven Arts Paper. September 5, 2023.

Stetson Teen Program Makes It Work. New Haven Independent. August 29, 2023.

At Mitchell, Three Artists Offer Up Their Visions. Arts Paper. August 27, 2023.

Lactation consultant helps Black mothers on breastfeeding journey. NBC Connecticut. August 23, 2023.

Black Wall Street Makes History on the Green. Arts Paper. August 21, 2023.

The Vegetables Are Never Overdue in Fair Haven. New Haven Independent. August 10, 2023.

Art Workshop Focuses In On Single Moms. New Haven Independent. August 8, 2023.

Wilson Library Music Open Hour Reverberates With Joy. New Haven Independent. August 3, 2023.

Connecticut State Library, 8 Municipal Libraries Share $250,000 Grant for Regional Digital Navigator to Reach Underserved. Connecticut By The Numbers. August 2, 2023.

Library Visitors Seek Amazon Warehouse Work. New Haven Independent. August 2, 2023.

Kidz Kook ​“Ice Cream” At The Library. New Haven Independent. July 28, 2023.

Hi-Fi Pie Fest Makes Sure Everyone Gets A Piece. New Haven Independent. July 25, 2023.

“Butterflies” Land HBCU Scholarships. New Haven Independent. July 20, 2023.

It Takes 2 (Languages) To Dance & Sing. New Haven Independent. July 19, 2023.

Eric & Diana Seek The Right Library Read. New Haven Independent. July 17, 2023.

City Librarian Kicks Off Tenure With Kids & Kits. New Haven Independent. July 5, 2023.

On First Day, City Librarian Starts On Page One. New Haven Arts Paper. July 4, 2023.

New Haven librarians read stories on inclusivity, diversity to children. News8. July 3, 2023.

Beloved City Librarian’s Portrait Unveiled. New Haven Independent. July 3, 2023.

Newly Unveiled Portrait Captures City Librarian’s Legacy Of Light. Arts Paper. July 3, 2023.

7 High-School Grads Lifted By The Links. New Haven Independent. June 30, 2023.

Fun’s In For Summer. New Haven Independent. June 21, 2023.

Juneteenth Marchers Mark Black Liberation. New Haven Independent. June 19, 2023.

Wábi Fellows Hone Their Focus. New Haven Arts Paper. June 19, 2023.

Library Kicks off Summer Learning with Book Joy. New Haven Arts Paper. June 16, 2023.

Juneteeth celebration, hip-hop conference comes to New Haven this weekend. New Haven Register. June 15, 2023.

Busted Bike Brakes Made Better At The Library. New Haven Independent. June 13, 2023.

New Haven summer programs offer kids fun in the sun and ways to stem learning loss. Connecticut Public Radio. June 12, 2023.

CT celebrates Juneteenth with parades, festivals, music and more. CT Insider. June 10, 2023.

Pride Month Flag Raising Includes A Call To Fight. New Haven Arts Paper. June 9, 2023.

No Metal Clips! Yale Archivist Offers Tips. New Haven Independent. June 9, 2023.

New Haven opening indoor shelter due to smoky conditions. News8. June 7, 2023.

Long Wharf Theatre To Premiere New Film, I AM: MUSLIM/AMERICAN. New York City Patch. June 7, 2023.

Neighborhood Festival Brings Early Summer To Dixwell. New Haven Arts Paper. June 6, 2023.

Dixwell Makes Good Company At Neighborhood Festival. New Haven Independent. June 5, 2023.

Bernhey Tapped As New City Librarian. New Haven Independent. May 24, 2023.

New Haven Free Public Library Names New City Librarian, Director. New Haven Patch. May 24, 2023.

Freddy Fixer Cleanup Crew Makes Dixwell Avenue Shine. New Haven Independent. May 22, 2023.

New Haven city employees undergo situational awareness and de-escalation training. News8. May 18, 2023.

Rubber Duckie 84 Sails To Artwalk Victory. New Haven Arts Paper. May 16, 2023.

Fair Haven Art Show Finds A Place To Land. New Haven Independent. May 9, 2023.

Fair Haven Day Brings The Joy To Grand Avenue. New Haven Arts Paper. May 9. 2023.

Fair Haven Shines At Daylong Fest. New Haven Independent. May 8, 2023.

Library Leader Pushes for Higher Pay. New Haven Independent. April 14, 2023.

Meet Our New Crew. Arts Paper. April 13, 2023.

Library Lends Life-Saving Tools. New Haven Independent. April 10, 2023.

This Week in New Haven (April 10-16). The Daily Nutmeg. April 10, 2023.

Author Coming to New Haven to Discuss Memoir and Healing, 65 Years After Family Trauma. New Haven Register. April 7, 2023.

Role of New Haven Public Libraries Debated After Proposed Department Shift. Yale Daily News. April 7, 2023.

Kid Gardeners Grow On Clinton Ave. New Haven Independent. April 5, 2023.

Hill: We Need a Kids’ Librarian, Too. New Haven Independent. March 21, 2023.

Asian American listening tour stops in New Haven. News 8 WTNH. March 20, 2023.

Artist Finds Humor in the Details. New Haven Independent. March 2, 2023.

ConnCORP, Stetson, Close Out Black History Month In Style. Arts Paper. February 28, 2023.

Library Let’s the Good Times Roll. Arts Paper. February 22, 2023.

Mardi Gras Hoopla Celebrates Library Love. New Haven Independent. February 22, 2023. 

Carmen Jones Makes Library Sing. New Haven Independent. February 17, 2023.

Stetson Faithfuls Bid Farewell To 200 Dixwell Ave. Arts Paper. February 15, 2023.

LoveBabz LoveTalk with Babz Rawls-Ivy: UNIVERSES. WNNH Community Radio. February 15, 2023.

Arts Respond with Lucy Gellman: Mardi Gras at the New Haven Free Public Library. WNNH Community Radio. February 10, 2023.

Lunarfest returns to New Haven after pandemic hiatus: ‘Hope looks like getting back up’. New Haven Register. February 2, 2023.

Lunarfest returns as New Haven enters Year of the Rabbit. Yale Daily News. January 30, 2023.

Lunarfest Welcomes Year of the Rabbit. New Haven Independent. January 30, 2023.

“Black Joy” Film Fest Bids Farewell to Former Stetson. New Haven Independent. January 27, 2023. 

Before demolition, time to celebrate New Haven’s old Dixwell Stetson Library. New Haven Register. January 27, 2023.

New Book Illuminates How New Haven Builders Constructed City, Society. New Haven Independent. January 27, 2023.

Pop up film festival in New Haven to celebrates Black artists. WFSB Eyewitness News 3. January 26, 2023.

Q House-LEAP Contract Renewal Advances. New Haven Independent. January 26, 2023.

Where to Celebrate Lunar New Year Around Connecticut. CT Insider. January 20, 2023.

City Awards $187,200 To 42 Neighborhood Cultural Vitality Grantees. Arts Paper. January 17, 2023.

New Haven awards $187,200 cultural vitality grants to 42 recipients to bolster arts offerings. CT Post. January 17, 2023.

New Haven awards $187,200 cultural vitality grants to 42 recipients to bolster arts offerings. New Haven Register. January 17, 2023.

Book details stories of builders behind New Haven’s historic structures. New Haven Register. January 15, 2023.

Book details stories of builders behind New Haven’s historic structures. The Milford Mirror. January 15, 2023.

2023 Visions Come Into Sight. New Haven Independent. January 9, 2023.

In the Hill, Three Kings Arrive with Perfect Rhythm. Arts Paper. January 6, 2023.

Royal Rhythms Rolled Out For 3 Kings Day. New Haven Independent. January 6, 2023.


From Cover To Cover, 2022 Was A Page-Turner. New Haven Independent. December 22, 2022. 

Animation Celebration Dives Into Hungarian Folklore. New Haven Independent. December 20, 2022

Memory Map Locates Town-Gown Bridge. New Haven Independent. December 20, 2022.

A Big Dog Christmas Arrives on Dixwell Avenue. Arts Paper. December 20, 2022.

Remembering lives lost in Connecticut in 2022. CT Insider. December 19, 2022.

Stetson, Shubert Give the Nutcracker a “Hip Hop” Twist. Arts Paper. December 16, 2022.

NHFPL Holiday Bazaar Celebrates Local Makers. Arts Paper. December 11, 2022.

Goffe Street Armory inspires discourse on New Haven’s civic infrastructure. Yale Daily News. December 1, 2022.

New Haven Holiday Events Kick Off This Weekend. News 8. November 21, 2022.

Ex-Calhoun Broken Window “Mended” At Yale. New Haven Independent. November 16, 2022.

Barbara Earl Thomas contextualizes Grace Hopper’s new windows in talk on campus. Yale Daily News. November 13, 2022.

Two Neighborhood Anchors Jump Into The Halloween Spirit. Arts Paper. November 1, 2022.

City Starts Search For Next Top Librarian. New Haven Independent. October 27, 2022.

City’s “Other Sides” Revealed. New Haven Independent. October 27, 2022.

At LIT Fest, The Future Is Black. Arts Paper. October 24, 2022.

Lit Fest Makes History Of The Future. New Haven Independent. October 24, 2022.

Book Talk Uncovers Newhallville’s Voices. New Haven Independent. October 20, 2022.

NHdocs festival to present 116 films in downtown New Haven, beginning Thursday. New Haven Register. October 11, 2022.

Freddy Fixer Focuses On Its Future. Arts Paper. October 3, 2022.

Plastic, Paint Become A Form Of Protest. Arts Paper. September 28, 2022.

Second Floor Hardware School Transforms Havenly Into An Art Sanctuary. Arts Paper. September 21, 2022.

Gather New Haven Brings Out The Wellness In Inaugural Community Fest. New Haven Independent. September 19, 2022.

Courtland S. Wilson Remembered In The Hill. Arts Paper. September 12, 2022. 

PRIDE Kicks Off On A High, Bright Note. Arts Paper. September 12, 2022.

Opinion: To strengthen our communities, we must fortify our public libraries. New Haven Register. September 8, 2022. 

2022 PRIDE Announces A Triumphant Return To The Green. Arts Paper. August 26, 2022.

Cop-Coffee Convo Raises Homelessness Concerns. New Haven Independent. August 24, 2022.

Two Artists Find The Light At Mitchell. Arts Paper. August 19, 2022.

At Stetson, Long Wharf & Big Dog Put Their Spin On Jazz History. Arts Paper. August 18, 2022.

“Big Dog” Takes Stetson On Jazz History Roll. New Haven Independent. August 17, 2022.

Mobile Market Provides Produce To The Public. Arts Paper. August 14, 2022.

Green Thumbing. The Daily Nutmeg. August 9, 2022.

Activan protocolo de calor extremo en Connecticut. Telemundo Nueva Inglaterra. August 3, 2022.

A New Haven Author Finds Her Story. Arts Paper. July 25, 2022.

Read-In LEAPs Into Summer On The Green. Arts Paper. July 18, 2022. 

Congolese Delegation Pitches Anti-Poverty Efforts. New Haven Independent. July 13, 2022.

The Clothes Make The Canvas At Wilson Branch Library Community Event. New Haven Independent. July 7, 2022.

Crump Takes Cox Crowd To Court. New Haven Independent. June 29, 2022.

“Citizen Diplomats” Celebrate 45 Years Of Sister Cities. New Haven Independent. June 23, 2022. 

Juneteenth Coalition Starts A Conversation. Arts Paper. June 22, 2022.

New Haven’s Dixwell ‘Q’ House farmers market opens for new season. New Haven Register. June 22, 2022. 

Mining Themes From Parable Of The Sower, Artists (Re)focus On The Future. New Haven Independent. June 21, 2022.

At CAW, Artists Commune With Octavia Butler. Arts Paper. June 21, 2022.

Juneteenth’s Breakout Year Revs Up City. New Haven Independent. June 19, 2022. 

CT State Library reaches out to communities to ensure digital equity. YouTube. June 17, 2022. 

Maureen Sullivan Named Interim City Librarian. Arts Paper. June 16, 2022.

Home Fried. Daily Nutmeg. June 10, 2022.

New Haven honors Juneteenth with four-day celebration. The Hour. June 7, 2022.

Dixwell Comes Out To Celebrate Stetson And Summer. Arts Paper. June 6, 2022.

Stetson Library Celebrated At Dixwell Fest. New Haven Independent. June 6, 2022.

“A Light That Cannot Be Extinguished:” City Librarian John Jessen Dies At 56. Arts Paper. May 30th, 2022. 

New Haven mourns ‘passionate champion of our public libraries’. New Haven Register. May 27, 2022. 

City Librarian John Jessen Dies. New Haven Independent. May 27, 2022. 

Cyclists Celebrate Canal’s 200th Birthday. New Haven Independent. May 20, 2022.

Women’s 20th Century Club Shines A Light Into The Future. Arts Paper. May 11, 2022.

Horn Hangout Brings Brass To The Library. Arts Paper. May 10, 2022.

Humans of New Haven: Lana Sicilia takes back the stage. Yale News. April 29, 2022. 

What I Learned At Democracy School, Day 1: How Communities Connect. New Haven Independent. April 27, 2022.

New Haven handing out 5,000 COVID rapid tests, masks. Eyewitness News 3. April 25, 2022. 

Holi Arrives Brightly In Westville. Arts Paper. April 25, 2022.

Adequate education, library funding requested during last New Haven budget public hearing. New Haven Register. April 24, 2022.

Local organizations come together to honor park designer and writer Donald Grant Mitchell. Yale Daily News. April 22, 2022.

“Tlaxcala Friendship Day” Opens A Door To Mexico. Arts Paper. April 20, 2022.

Mayor Justin Elicker meets with Mexican governor of Tlaxcala, establishes Tlaxcala Friendship Day. Yale Daily News. April 20, 2022.

New Haven opens temporary Mexican consulate, marks Tlaxcala Friendship Day. New Haven Register. April 19, 2022.

Consulate Pops Up On ​“Tlaxcala Day”. New Haven Independent. April 19, 2022.

You’ve enjoyed the parks he designed. Meet the creator at 200 years old. New Haven Register. April 16, 2022.

Friendly Face Welcomes Library Patrons Back. New Haven Independent. April 12, 2022. 

Hundreds Rally To Boost Reading. New Haven Independent. April 12, 2022.

Local musicians look to ‘demystify’ live coding with New Haven music festival. New Haven Register. April 6, 2022.

Police, fire, library request increased funding in mayor’s budget. Yale Daily News. April 1, 2022.

Library Backers Boost Expanded Sunday Hours In City’s Proposed Budget. Arts Paper. March 31, 2022.

Lit Cypher Centers Call For Counselors, Not Cops. Arts Paper. March 28, 2022.

Monk Family Sets The Soundtrack To Stetson, Shubert Community Collab. Arts Paper. March 28, 2022.

Thelonious Monk’s Legacy Jazzes Up Stetson. New Haven Independent. March 28, 2022.

Dixwell ‘Q’ House to host grand opening of new Stetson Library. News 8 WTNH. March 23, 2022.

Reborn Stetson Library Opens Its Doors. New Haven Independent. March 22, 2022.

“Women Who Fight” Makes Its Mark In Fair Haven. Arts Paper. March 16, 2022.

Youth Get A Glimpse Into Jaigantic Vision. Arts Paper. March 8, 2022.

In Westville, An Artist Unpacks “The Waste Land.” Arts Paper. March 7, 2022.

New Haven Free Public Library hosts 25th annual Mardi Gras celebration. Yale Daily News. March 3, 2022.

Poets Make Mardi Gras A Library Lovefest. Arts Paper. March 2, 2022.

Writers Bring Library Love To Mardi Gras. New Haven Independent. March 2, 2022.

New Haven’s Freddy Fixer Parade scrapped due to funding shortage. New Haven Independent. March 1, 2022.
The Reproductive Is Political: Author Issues Call For Change From Below
. New Haven Independent. February 23, 2022.

Thanks to a Black New Haven woman’s patent, ironing became a lot easier. New Haven Register. February 21, 2022.

Dream House. The Daily Nutmeg. February 16, 2022.

Sparked By Parable of the Sower, ​“One City: One Read” Gets Ready To Change New Haven. New Haven Independent. February 10, 2022.

Connecticut Libraries Pivot During COVID, Provide New and Expanded Services. CT by the Numbers. February 9, 2022. 

At Lunarfest, “The Farewell” Strikes A Chord. Arts Paper. February 7, 2022.

Co-Op Students Paint A Path To Pet Adoption. Arts Paper. February 4, 2022.

Art Exhibit Makes Compassion A New Year’s. New Haven Independent. February 3, 2022.

Lunar New Year celebrations in CT for the Year of the Tiger. CT Insider. February 1, 2022.

An Interview with a Community Health Librarian. Let’s Move In Libraries. February 1, 2022.

Alder Alex Dives Into Town, Gown. New Haven Independent. January 26, 2022.

When Student Art Helps Pets In Animal Shelter Find Forever Homes. Patch. January 19, 2022.

New Haven Unveils State’s First ‘Cultural Equity Plan. New Haven Register. January 14, 2022.

“Cultural Equity” Pledge Targets Who Tells Whose Story. New Haven Independent. January 14, 2022.

In The Hill, Wilson Keeps Three Kings Day Joy Alive. Arts Paper. January 6, 2022.

The Three Kings Arrive In The Hill. New Haven Independent. January 6, 2022.


New Haven suspends in-person services at select programs. Eyewitness News 3. December 27, 2021.

They Helped Us Heal: Our 2021 Top 10. Arts Paper, December 24, 2021.

Homegrown Makers Shine At NHFPL Holiday Bazaar. Arts Paper. December 8, 2021.

CT Official: Omicron Could Be More Contagious Than Delta COVID Variant. CTInsider. December 6, 2021.

As Connecticut Faces a Surge in COVID-19 Cases, Health Officials, Politicians Encourage COVID-19 Boosters. Hartford Courant. December 6, 2021.

Stetson Storytime Becomes Library Open House. Arts Paper. December 3, 2021.

Local Officials Continue to Encourage People to Get COVID-19 Booster Shots. Fox61. December 2, 2021.

New Haven Free Public Library Wins Grant to Hire Social Workers. Yale Daily News. November 30, 2021.

Local Author Charles F. Rosenay Releases First Pop Culture Book And Announces Area Library Appearance December 6. Orange Town News. November 17, 2021.

At Mitchell, A Science Evangelist Delivers Her Sermon. Arts Paper. November 17, 2021. 

Need A Booster? Try The Library. Arts Paper. November 15, 2021. 

This Week in New Haven (November 15 – 21). Daily Nutmeg. November 15, 2021.

Elizabeth Hinton gives latest “Democracy in America” lecture. Yale Daily News. November 12, 2021.

Mayor, Health Chief, Pastors Get Their Booster Shots — & Urge Public To Follow Suit. New Haven Independent. November 12, 2021.

When Software Meets Songwriting: Musician Cracks The Code. New Haven Independent. November 10, 2021.

Time to Become A Climate Activist. New Haven Independent. November 8, 2021.

Preview the New Q – New Haven Independent. November 5, 2021.

Block Party Claims Crime-Haunted Corner – New Haven Independent. October 31, 2021.

New Haven’s All-New Q House Set to Debut, For All ‘Residents to Thrive’ – New Haven Register. October 28, 2021.

New Haven’s Iconic Q House to Return After Nearly 20 Years – NBC CT. October 22, 2021.

10th Anniversary Black & Hispanic Caucus Gala – Oct. 28. New Haven Independent. October 19, 2021.

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Yale. YaleNews. September 24, 2021.

Outdoor Expo Brings Oaxaca To New Haven. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. September 21, 2021.

Wilson Branch Library, A Community Treasure, Turns 15. New Haven Independent. September 15, 2021.

With Mobile Market, Common Ground Brings Produce To The People. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. August 24, 2021.

“Dogs” & “King of Instruments” Kick Off NHDocs Weekend Offerings. New Haven Independent. August 11, 2021.

NHDocs Opens With “Vinyl”. New Haven Independent. August 9, 2021.

Hill Neighbors Weigh In On American Rescue Plan. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. August 4, 2021.

NHDocs Returns, Whets Appetite with “Pizza”. New Haven Independent. July 30, 2021.

New Haven Documentary Film Festival Returns with In-Person and Virtual Events. New Haven Register. July 30, 2021.

Westville Basks In Folk, Fiddles, and Pies. New Haven Independent. July 27, 2021.

As R&B Fills the Air, Mexican Sweet Corn Pie Takes the Prize. New Haven Independent. July 20, 2021.

Animation Celebration Lands A Big Fish. New Haven Independent. July 20, 2021.

Parents, Kids Meet A Fitness & Reading “Challenge”. New Haven Independent. July 14, 2021.

Three Fair Haven Artists Fête Essential Workers. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. July 12, 2021.

At “Civic Space,” Public Calls For Federal Aid To Youth. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. July 2, 2021.

Stetson And ConnCAT Play In Summer In Dixwell. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. June 30, 2021.

On Washington Avenue, Hill Murals Spring To Life. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. June 25, 2021.

Two “Five Star” Murals Take Shape In Hill. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. June 17, 2021.

Dixwell Comes Out For “Stetson On The Street“. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. June 16, 2021.

Making Social Change By The Numbers. New Haven Independent. June 13, 2021.

Moving tribute in New Haven remembers lives lost during COVID pandemic. WFSB. June 3, 2021.

Seed Exchange, Sunflowers Sprout From Wilson Library. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. May 20, 2021.

Kids Issue Future-Facing Budget Pleas. New Haven Independent. May 11, 2021.

ArtWalk 2021 Brings Out the Community. New Haven Independent. May 10, 2021.

A Tale of Two Proposals: The Planning and Politics of New Haven’s Next Budget. Yale Daily News. May 7, 2021.

Cultural Equity Task Force Seeks To Include More Of City In The Arts. New Haven Independent. May 5, 2021.

New Haven mural artist wants “Black kids to see themselves doing anything”. The Middletown Press. April 29, 2021.

NHFPL Takes On Fractured Fairy Tales. New Haven Independent. April 21, 2021.

Library Doors Swing Back Open. New Haven Independent. April 15, 2021.

Learn about the former slave who helped build New Haven. New Haven Register. April 15, 2021.

Alders criticize Crisis Budget library provision. Yale Daily News. April 14, 2021.

Dateline New Haven: National Library Day. WNHH. April 13, 2021.

Chris “Big Dog” Davis Plays One For The Books. New Haven Independent. April 12, 2021.

Books Sandwiched In: New Haven Librarians on Programming During the Pandemic. Yale Herald. April 9, 2021.

Beaver Hills Author Pens A People’s Science. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. April 9, 2021.

A Conversation with US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo. New Haven Patch. April 4, 2021.

5 Worries Residents Have About New Haven’s $695.53 Million Budget Proposal (Yes, Yale is One) New Haven Register. March 31, 2021.

New Haven Residents Slam Yale, Defend Library as Budget Debate Continues Yale Daily News. March 31, 2021.

300 Check Out Vaccine At Wilson Branch Library. New Haven Independent. March 30, 2021.

Creators Talk About The Future Of Food. New Haven Independent. March 25, 2021.

New Haven Neighborhood Comes Together to Save Mitchell Branch Library. WTNH. March 19, 2021.

Hill Icons Sought For “Five Star” Mural. New Haven Independent. March 11, 2021.

Library Closing Bombs at Budget Hearing. New Haven Independent. March 9, 2021.

Chico and Rita, Under the Microscope. New Haven Independent. February 23, 2021.

Library Reinvents Mardi Gras Tradition New Haven Independent. February 18, 2021.

Poets, Public Weave A Mardi Gras Love Song To Libraries Arts Council of Greater New Haven. February 18, 2021.

New Haven Free Public Library Celebrates Mardi Gras Yale Daily News. February 18, 2021.

From African Roots to Hartford Heroes, Black History Month Events in Connecticut Go Almost Entirely Virtual. Hartford Courant. February 1, 2021.

Library Lunch Talk Channels Winchester’s Lost History. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. February 1, 2021.

This Week in New Haven (January 25-31). The Daily Nutmeg. January 25, 2021.

The Civil Rights Movement had pie fundraisers. This chef wants to continue that legacy. Today. January 22, 2021.

Dixwell Plaza Renewal Deal Advances. New Haven Independent. January 22, 2021.

Season’s Readings. Daily Nutmeg. January 19, 2021.

CT Black Librarians Chart A Legacy Of Justice. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. January 18, 2021.

Reform Or Revolution? Rosa Luxemburg’s Biographer Revisits Question With Library Crowd. New Haven Independent. January 18, 2021.

Three Kings Arrive in the Hill. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. January 8, 2021

Artists Create Together At Library. New Haven Independent. January 7, 2021.


How a New Haven library is connecting residents to the city’s innovation economy.  Brookings.  Oct 26, 2020

NHFPL Animation Discussion Catches Spirit Of Season.  New Haven Independent.  October 20, 2020

LIBRARY LANDS $146,000 TO HELP WITH REOPENING.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  October 20, 2020

Peabody, JUNTA host month-long Fiesta Latina.  Yale News.  Oct 16 2020.

New Haven Public Library eliminates overdue fines.  News 8.  Sept 22, 2020

Census, Voter Registration Crews Join Forces.  New Haven Independent.  Sept 21, 2020

New Haven libraries take steps to reopen.  Yale Daily News.  Sept 18, 2020 

 “Gov” Sculptor Urges Kids To Claim History.  New Haven Independent.  Sept 16, 2020

Animation Series Grapples With Russian Master.  New Haven Independent,  Aug 11, 2020

Finn Wiggins-Henry Sings Through Self-Discovery.  Arts Council of Greater New Haven.  Aug 10, 2020    

Mayor Urges Patience During Post-Storm Clean-Up Tree-age.  New Haven Independent.  August 6, 2020

Technology Center Open by Appointment at Ives Main Library.  New Haven Free Public Library Press Release.  August 6, 2020

Dismantle racism? Start in the classroom, teachers say.  The CT Mirror.  July 27, 2020

How Music Saved Chad Browne-Springer’s Life.  New Haven Independent.  July 21, 2020

Call for Applications for Entrepreneur-In-Residence and Creative-In-Residence.  NHFPL Press Release.  July 21, 2020

Stetson Reopens For Curbside Pickup, Printing Help.  Arts Council, Greater New Haven.  July 17, 2020

New Haven Free Public Library launches curbside pick up program.  News  July 10, 2020

IT’S SAFE TO BORROW REAL BOOKS AGAIN.  New Haven Independent.  July 7, 2020

Library Rolls Out Curbside Pickup.  Arts Council of Greater New Haven.  July 6, 2020

Curbside Pick-up.  NHFPL Press Release.  June 30 2020

New library will enrich New Canaan.  New Canaan Advertiser.  June 29, 2020

A Broken Umbrella Revisits The Library.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  June 4, 2020

Musicians Dig Deep For NHFPL Series.  New Haven Independent.  June 3, 2020

Librarians Question Bucket List Books.  New Haven Independent.  June 1, 2020

Mixed Bag For Arts In Final City Budget.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  May
27 2020

Arts & Ideas (minus the live arts) gets rolling with heady online forums.  New Haven Register.  May 8, 2020

International Festival of Arts & Ideas Announces DEMOCRACY: WE THE PEOPLE.  Broadwayworld.  May 6, 2020

Library Keeps City Reading During Pandemic.  New Haven Independent.  April 24 2020

Social Library, Volume 155.  Web Junction.   April 21, 2020

Screen Protection.  The Daily Nutmeg.  April 20, 2020

Public Pushes Back On Proposed Library Cuts.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  April 14, 2020

Trolley museum offers creative activities.  New Haven Register.  April 7 2020

Brownies, Cadettes make blankets for cats.  New Haven Register.  March 31, 2020

How To Help: Arabic, Farsi Translation.  New Haven Independent.  March 20, 2020

Doors Closed, Library Focuses On Digital Resources. Arts Council of Greater New Haven.  March 18, 2020

Lamont orders bars, restaurants, gyms, movie theaters closed.  Yale Daily News.  March 16, 2020

This Week in New Haven (March 9 – 15).  Daily Nutmeg.  March 9, 2020

Alders & Library Partner For HBCU Doc Screenings.  New Haven Independent.  March 6, 2020

Where Policing Is Headed Next.  New Haven Independent.  March 4, 2020

Flame Kept At Wilson.  New Haven Independent.  March 2, 2020

At Stetson, Artist-Entrepreneurs Close Out Black History Month.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  Feb 28, 2020

Raíces Sin Fronteras / Roots Without Borders.  The Yale Herald.  Feb 20, 2020

Tuesday Night Was Phat At Ives.  New Haven Independent.  Feb 26, 2020

Mardi Gras celebration at Ives Main Library in New Haven ct by Leigh Busby 02/25/2020.  I LOVE New Haven

At Mardi Gras, NHFPL Centers Story.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  Feb 26, 2020. 

New Haven event ‘Black Women’s Firsts’ to celebrate achievements.  New Haven Register.  Feb 23, 2020.

This Week in New Haven (February 24 – March 1).  The Daily Nutmeg.  Feb 24 2020

Parents Explore “Breaking Up” With Standardized Tests.  New Haven Independent.  Feb 14, 2020


Feature Presentations. Daily Nutmeg.  Feb 20, 2020

The Invisible Made Visible.  New Haven Independent.  Feb 12 2020

YALE-CHINA HOLDS LUNAR NEW YEAR EVENT.  Yale Daily News.   Feb 12 2020

ANALYSIS: The transition team’s goals for arts, culture, library.  Yale Daily News.  Feb 7, 2020


Library Superstar Steps Onto Hamden Arts Scene.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  Jan 28, 2020. 

Alum talks memoir at Wilson Library.  Yale News.  Jan 22, 2020

Library Lends Census Efforts A Crafty Hand.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  Jan 13, 2020

Announcing the 2020 Exhibitions for the New Haven Free Public Library’s Ives Gallery.  NHFPL Press Release.  Jan 10, 2020

This Week in New Haven (January 6 – 12).   Daily Nutmeg.  Jan 6, 2020



Annual Kwanzaa celebration held at Wilson Library in New Haven.  News 8.  Dec 28, 2019

John Jessen Named City Librarian.  New Haven Arts Council. Dec 24, 2019

New Haven names new city librarian.  New Haven Register.  Dec 23, 2019


John Jessen Named City Librarian.  New Haven Independent.  Dec 23, 2019

THIS WEEK IN NEW HAVEN (DECEMBER 23 – 29).  The Daily Nutmeg.  Dec 23, 2019

Santa Makes Library Detour En Route To North Pole.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  Dec 20, 2019


Battle Of The Bulge Remembered.  New Haven Independent.  Dec 18, 2019

Ives Squared Library, New Haven Free Public Library, CT | New Landmark Libraries 2019.  Library Journal.  Dec 16, 2019

FUTURE FLEXIBLE | NEW LANDMARK LIBRARIES 2019.  Library Journal.  Dec 16, 2019

Skeleton crew to take 3-year break; Peabody museum closing for long-awaited renovations.  America’s News.  Dec 8, 2019

See Peabody dinosaurs before year-end; museum closing for 3 years in June.  New Haven Register.  Dec 7, 2019

Blues Legend George Baker Dies.  New Haven Independent.   Dec 9, 2019


PASS IT DOWN WINS BREW HIGH – Silicon Bayou News.  Dec 12, 2019

Arts Council Awards Celebrate City’s Connectivity.  New Haven Independent.  Dec 8 2019


This Week in New Haven (December 9 – 15).  Daily Nutmeg.  Dec 9 2019

Life coach offers holiday stress-reduction talks in New Haven.  New Haven Register.
Dec 4, 2019

Beating holiday stress and expressing gratitude.  News 8.  Nov 28, 2019

OP-ED | Should the Education Pendulum Swing Away From Computers?  CT News Junkie.  Nov 25, 2019


Space Pi-rate Invades Stetson.  New Haven Independent.  Nov 18, 2019

Dateline New Haven 2020 Census W: Margo Anderson.   Nov 7, 2019

Gage speaks at NHFPL democracy series.  Yale Daily News.  Nov 6, 2019

This week in New Haven (Nov 4 – 10).  The Daily Nutmeg.  Nov 4, 2019.

Yale and Dixwell communities combine to host festival.  Yale News.  Nov 1, 2019.

Girls code in the Elm City.  Yale News.  Nov 1, 2019

City Librarian Gets A Proper Send-Off.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  Oct 31, 2019

Paradise Unpaved—With An Edible  Rain Garden. New Haven Independent.  Oct 25, 2019

“Queer Joy” Photo Exhibit Is A Matter Of Trust.  New Haven Independent.  Oct 24, 2019

A New Haven library wants to test your knowledge of the city’s haunted history.  News8.  Oct 18, 2019

Artist Enjoys Sharing Work with Students, New Haven Community, and People Around the World.  University of New Haven.  Oct 11, 2019

39th Annual Arts Council Awards.  New Haven Arts Council.  Oct. 10, 2019

Agent Strikes Out On Her Own.  New Haven Independent.  Oct 7 2019


Can New Haven neighborhoods share in downtown’s prosperity?  The Middletown Press.  Oct 6, 2019

CLC – Directors Corner: Out and About.   October 2019

Queer Joy: LGBTQ Portraits in Pairs Works by Cate Barry.  NHFPL Press Release.  Septembr 23, 2019

The Creative Economy Lands At The Library.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  Sept 11, 2019

Ives Gallery Open Call for 2020. NHFPL Press Release.  Sept 11 2019

Orchid Cafe Makes It Official Downtown.  Arts Council of Greater New Haven.  Sept 9, 2019

Politics, Progress Mix At Q House Launch.  New Haven Independent.  Sept 4, 2019

New Haven Free Public Library Cuba talk draws dozens. Yale Press. Sept 3, 2019

Vacant downtown storefront windows transformed into art objects.
NewhavenBIZ.  Sept 3, 2019

Yale Expo attracts students who mean business.  newhavenbiz.  Aug 29 2019

New Haven schools take new teachers for a walk, to neighborhoods. New Haven Register.  Aug 26, 2019

Window Art Transforms Vacant Storefronts.  New Haven Independent. Aug 23, 2019

Creative-in-Residence and Entrepreneur-in-Residence Offer Workshops and Consultations at Ives Squared, September 2019 – January 2020.   NHFPL Press Release.  Aug 21, 2019

ConnCAT Grows Its Culinary Footprint To The Library.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  Aug 13, 2019

When Public Art Made The Walls Talk.   New Haven Independent. Aug 8, 2019

“The Public” Hits Home At The Library.  The Arts Council.  July 30 2019

New Haven city librarian retiring after storied career.  New Haven Register.  July 25, 2019

CITY LIBRARIAN TO RETIRE.  New Haven Independent.  July 24, 2019

This week in New Haven (July 22 -28).  The Daily Nutmeg.  July 28, 2019

Residents consider causes, solutions to violence in New Haven.  New Haven Register for Insiders.  July 18, 2019

Alumnae-co-founded Collab supports New Haven entrepreneurs.  Yale News July 16, 2019

Baby Library Cards to Newborns: New Partnership Feathers the Nest New Haven Free Public Library and Yale New Haven Hospital.  Yale New Haven Health Press Release.  July 15, 2019

Celebrating CETA: A Look Back at New Haven’s Community Mural Program.  NHFPL Press Release.  July 11, 2019

New Haven Free Public Library Wins National Award.  The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven.   

Ives Book Club Turns The Page To Immigration.   The Arts Council Greater New Haven.  June 28, 2019

Breakfast with Martha Brogan.  Season’s Magazine.  June 28, 2019

Juneteenth Honors The Elders, Invites In The Youth.  Arts Council of Greater New Haven.  June 24, 2019

Report to Our Community 2018/19: Creating a Future of Opportunity. Community Foundation for Greater New Haven. (Read about NHFPL on page 16, “Libraries for the 21st Century”). June 2019

Voices Raised, And Heard, For Literacy.  Arts Council Greater new Haven. June 20, 2019

’Killer gig’ for the right entrepreneur.  New Haven Biz. June 18, 2019

Woodmont’s Signal Rock flagpole to be replaced.  New Haven Register.  June 18, 2019

New Haven Free Public Library honored with national medal.  News8 June 14, 2019

Call for Applications for Entrepreneur – In – Residence and Creative – In
– Residence.  NHFPL Press Release. June 5, 2019

He’s Got It Covered.  New Haven Independent.  June 3, 2019

From Cocktails to Stonewall 50; Arts & Ideas Festival Explores Our World.  ZIP06.Com. May 29, 2019

Budget Passed After Values Debate.  New Haven Independent.  May 29, 2019

What’s Up? Docs!   New Haven Independent.  May 28, 2019

Long Wharf Theatre Presents The New Haven Play Project.   Broadway World.  May 23, 2019

Adae Fine Art Academy Student Exhibition 2019 Opening at the Ives Gallery.  NHFPL Press Release.  May 23, 2019

This Week in New Haven (May 20 – 26)   Daily Nutmeg.  May 20, 2019

NHFPL and Read to Grow Launch New Partnership  Placing Library Cards in the Hands of New Parents.  NHFPL Press Release.  May 14 2019

New Haven Free Public Library Recognized as a 2019 Recipient of Nation’s Highest Museum and Library Honor.  Press Release

After Murphy nomination, New Haven Free Public Library wins national award.  Connecticut Plus.Com.  May 12, 2019

A Mural Blooms At Wilson.  Greater New Haven Arts Council.  May 10, 2019

New Haven Free Public Library Recognized as a 2019 Recipient of Nation’s Highest Museum and Library Honor. Inner City News. May 8, 2019.  Page 6.

The Week in Libraries: May 10, 2019.  Publishers Weekly.  May 10, 2019

‘Tactical Urbanism’ Is Coming.  New Haven Independent.  May 9, 2019

New Haven Night Market is back (and it’s not just shopping).  New Haven Register.  May 8, 2019

New Haven school budget critics, library supporters share feedback at workshop.  New Haven Register.  May 8, 2019

Library Wins Highest National Honor. New Haven Independent.  May 7, 2019

New Haven Free Public Library Recognized as a 2019 Recipient of Nation’s Hightest Museum and Library Honor.  NHFPL Press Release.  May 7 2019

New Haven Public Library wins national award.  New Haven Register.  May 7, 2019

NHFPL SNAGS NATION’S HIGHEST HONOR.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  May 7, 2019

New Haven library recognized for award from Institute of Museum and Library Services.  News 8   May 7, 2019

Public Libraries and the Digital Age with Martha Brogan of the New Haven Free Public Library.  Comcast Newsmakers.  May 6, 2019

Salovey lauds a three-centuries-old partnership for the benefit of New Haven.  Yale News.  May 6, 2019

YOUNG VOICES ON READING, WRITING, AND LEARNING.  New Haven Independent.  May 1, 2019

THIS WEEK IN NEW HAVEN (APRIL 29 – MAY 5). daily Nutmeg.
April 29, 2019

New Haven Searches For Home.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  April 24, 2019

Happy 381st Birthday, New Haven!  New Haven Independent.  April 24, 2019

It’s High Time For Jazz At The Library.  New Haven Independent.  April 25, 2019

Community activists discuss art, activism and justice.  Yale News April 19, 2019

Meet Our New Crew.  Arts Council Greater New Haven. April 19, 2019

New Haven celebrates Holi at the NH Public Library.  Yale News.  April 18, 2019

NHPS Students Show True Colors At NHFPL.  New Haven Independent.  April 11, 2019


Youth Forum April 25 at Public Library; Literacy News.  New Haven Independent.  April 10, 2019

This Week in New Haven (April 8 – 14).  The Daily Nutmeg.  April 8 2019

As Finalist, Public Library Takes The Cake.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  April 3, 2019

Student-Run Environmental Film Festival at Yale Kicks Off This Week.  Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.  April 4 2019

New Haven Interns teach ESL class.  Yale News.  April 1, 2019

New Haven census coordinators plan efforts.  Yale News.  March 27, 2019

This Week in New Haven (March 25 – 31). Daily Nutmeg.  March 25, 2019

Library Swoops To Census Mission.  New Haven Independent.  March 21, 2019

Ranked Choice Voting Strategy Plotted.  New Haven Independent.  March 20, 2019

Creative Minds: The Art of New Haven Youth | Work by New Haven Public School Students Opening at the Ives Gallery.    NHFPL Press Release.  March 18, 2019

New Haven Public Library in running for national award.  March 11, 2019

One Connecticut institution, the New Haven Free Public Library, is Tapped as Finalist for 2019 National Medal for Museum and Library Service.  NHFPL Press Release.  March 11, 2019

Fat Tuesday Rolls Out For Reading.  Arts Council. March Greater New Haven.  March 6, 2019

Mardi Gras celebrated in New Haven.  New Haven Register.  March 6, 2019

Good Times Roll, For A Cause.  New Haven Independent.  March 6, 2019

This Week in New Haven (March 4 – 10).  Daily Nutmeg.  March 4, 2019

New Haven Free Public Library panel discusses migration.  Yale News.  Feb 27 2019

Google workshops in Hartford, New Haven, and New London this week help people with digital productivity.  Fox61/  Feb 11, 2019

This Week in New Haven (February 25 – March 3).  Daily Nutmeg.  Feb 25, 2019.

Long Wharf Theatre And Yale Repertory Theatre To Host The New Haven Regional August Wilson Monologue Competition.  Broadway World.  Feb 19th

Google helps ‘bridge the digital divide’ in New London.  The Day.  Feb 19, 2019

Mitchell Whisks Away The Winter Blues.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  Feb 19, 2019

This Week in New Haven (February 18 – 24).  Daily Nutmeg.  Feb 18 2019

New Haven Makes Makers.  Arts Council – Greater New Haven.  Feb 13, 2019  

On Wednesday, Google Wasn’t Evil.  New Haven Independent. Feb 13 2019

How Google came to New Haven (for a day).  New Haven Register.  Jan 13, 2019

This Week in New Haven (February 11 – 17). Daily Nutmeg.  Feb 11 2019

Code Director.  Daily Nutmeg.  Feb 8 2019

New Haven area veterans group to celebrate American Legion’s centennial.  New Haven Register.  Feb 5, 2019

Human Services Committee hosts homelessness hearing.  Yale News. Feb 6, 2019

Free, colorful Lunarfest celebrates Chinese culture, lunar new year Dec. 16.  CT Post Feb 5 2019

Dan Gries Cracks The Code.  Arts Council Greater New Haven.  Feb 4, 2019.

In State of City address, New Haven mayor says goal is to serve each resident.  New Haven Register.  Feb 5 2019

Optimism abounds in Harp’s State of the City.  Yale News.  Feb 5 2019

NHFPL Augments Outreach to Residents in Need of Basic Services.  NHFPL Press Release.  Feb 4 2019

In State Of City, Harp Shouts Out Civil Servants.  New Haven Independent.  Feb 5, 2019

NHFPL Press Release – Art from Code.  January 29 2019

Ozobots Invade Stetson.  New Haven Independent.  Jan 24 2019

Google to host Feb. digital skills training in Hartford, New Haven, New London.   Hartford Courant.  Jan 17 2019

Google Tech Training Tour Brings Seminars to 500+ Connecticut Job Seekers, Small Businesses and Nonprofits.  Hamlet Hub.  January 16, 2019

Google tech training coming to Hartford, CT cities. Hartford Business.Com Jan 16, 2019


Free double feature of classic East German films in New Haven.  Hartford Courant.  Jan 12 2019

New Innovation Director Plots Tech-Jobs Strategy.  New Haven Independent.  Jan 10, 2019

Urbanists Sketch Garage-Free Union Ave.  New Haven Independent.  Jan 7, 2019

NHFPL Announces Creative-in-Residence and Entrepreneur-in-Residence Appointments at Ives Squared for January – June 2019.  NHFPL Press Release Jan 3, 2019

You’ve got this down cold: A mother lode of winter fun for you and the kids.  Hartford Courant.  Jan 1, 2019


Announcing the 2019 Exhibitions for the New Haven Free Public Library’s Ives Gallery.  NHFPL Press Release Dec 21 2018

Glass artist shows lifetime of work at Mercy Center.  Shoreline Times Dec 11, 2018

Whatever Works.  Daily Nutmeg.  Dec 6, 2018

Library and symphony announce partnership.  Yale News.  Dec 5 2018

Merry Going Round.  Daily Nutmeg. Nov 30 2018

Elm City Bursts Into Song For Tree Lighting.  New Haven Independent.  Nov 30 2018

Community Partner Spotlight:    Gina Bingham, Business Outreach Librarian at the New Haven Free Public Library.  Women’s Business Development Council.

A Bibliophile Comes Home.  Arts Council. Nov 28 2018  

New Haven Symphony Orchestra and New Haven Free Public Library Partnership Expands Access to the Arts.  Press Release.  Nov 27 2018.

Connecticut libraries adapting to community needs.  New Haven Register.  Nov 24 2018

Raptors & Rehabilitation: Where Birds Meet People.  NHFPL Press Release.  Nov 21, 2018

Circulatory System.  Daily Nutmeg.  Nov 16, 2018

This Week in New Haven (November 12 – 18).  Daily Nutmeg.  November 12 2018

Adae Students Find Life In Colors.  New Haven Independent.  Nov 1 2018

Superheroes Descend On Stetson.  New Haven Independent.  Oct 31 2018

Plans Afoot To Rebuild Dixwell Plaza.  New Haven Independent.  Oct 19, 2018

Unveiled Canal Mural Champions Women.  New Haven Independent.  Oct 10 2018

APT Gets A Local Earful.  New Haven Independent.  Oct 10, 2018

‘Fiesta Latina’ to celebrate music, dance, and culture of Latin America.  Yale News.  Oct 9 2018.

New Haven to mark WWI centennial with monument re-dedication.  New Haven Register Oct 8 2018

This Week in New Haven (October 8 – 14).  Daily Nutmeg.  October 8 2018

New Haven talks Intersectionality and #MeToo.  Yale News Oct 4 2018

Ives Gallery Open Call for 2019.  NHFPL Press Release Sept 14 2018

New Haven Ends Summer As “One City”.  New Haven Independent.  Sept 3 2018   

Young Cartoonist Discovers That Public Art Can Tell A Story.  Woodbridge Town News.  Aug 30 2018

Q&A with Gina Bingham, business outreach librarian, New Haven Free Public Library. NewHavenBiz. Aug 29, 2018

Angel, Royce Find Refuge From Green ODs.  New Haven Independent.  Aug 17 2018

Teens Get The Code. New Haven Independent.  Aug 7 2018

This Week in New Haven (July 30 – August 5).  Daily Nutmeg.  July 30 2018

New Haven Library Showing 3 Movies By Oscar-Nominated Filmmaker Raoul Peck.  Hartford Courant.  July 21 2018

Paper or Plastic? Do We Have A Choice?  The Arts paper.  July 20 2018

Free Public Library Has A Plastic Passion.  New Haven Independent July 16 2018

Forum: Summer learning represents opportunities, gaps.  New Haven Register July 13 2018

Battle of the Pies.  New Haven Independent.  July 10 2018

Books, Then Sundaes.  New Haven Independent.  July 10 2018

NHFPL Press Release | New Strategic Framework 2018-2023: Growing Together. One City. One Future.  July 10 2018.

New Haven opens new creative space at library; activists want resources used for homeless.  New Haven Register.  June 28 2018

Entrepreneurial space ‘Ives Squared’ debuts at NH library.  Haven Biz. June 27 2018

Protestors crash coffee katch at library.  New Haven Independent.  June 27 2018

Tech-Tonic Shift Underway In Local Economy.  New Haven Independent.  June 27 2018

This Week in New Haven (June 25 – July 1).  The Daily Nutmeg.  June 25 2018

“Welcome To “Ives Squared.”  Arts Paper.  June 14, 2018

Randall Beach:  This is cruel, heartbreaking and inhumane.  New Haven Register.  June 14, 2018

Frank’s View:  The Library, a Magical Place that Held Knowledge.  June 13 2018

NHFPL Press Release | Announces Ives Squared Creative-in-Residence and Entrepreneur-in-Residence Summer 2018.  June 13 2018

A very International Festival of Arts & Ideas begins June 9, officially anyway.  New Haven Register.  June 3 2018

5th Annual Doc Fest’s Focus Expands Beyond Connecticut.  New Haven Independent.  May 30 2018

“Family” Comes To Fair Haven Festival.  The Arts Paper.  May 29 2018

Randall Beach: New Haven’s vast public art is often unseen.  New Haven Register May 20 2018

Arts & entertainment events for the week of May 20-26. New Haven Register May 20 2018

Artist Climbs Over The “Walls.”  New Haven Independent.  May 16 2018

New Haven residents at public hearing say Harp’s proposed tax rate past tipping point.  New Haven Register.  May 9, 2018

Programming Announced for 2018 INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ARTS & IDEAS.  Broadway World CT.  April 26 2018

Seton Elm-Ivy Awards awarded to people and groups connecting town and gown.  Yale News April 27 2018

New Haven Day At the Capitol: A Slice Of The Pie.  New Haven Independent.  April 18 2018

Storytellers share tales about belonging.  Yale News April 17 2018   

 Little Kids Offer Big Help For Stetson Library Campaign.  New Haven Independent.  April 17 2018

Equity and Digital Literacies.  New Haven Independent.  April 16, 2018

Long Wharf And Stetson Make A Village.  New Haven Independent.  April 12 2018  

Alders press city departments on budget.  Yale News April 10 2018   

This week in New Haven (April 9 – 15).  Daily Nutmeg.  April 9 2018

New Haven ditches parking fee for sake of Democracy.  New Haven Register.  April 6 2018

Library displays high school art.  Yale News.  April 5 2018

Kids & Trauma Effort Comes ALIVE With New Book.  New Haven Independent.  April 4 2018

Arts and entertainment events for the week of April 1-7.  New Haven Register March 29 2018

Creative Minds- The Art of New Haven Youth Opening at the Ives Gallery.  NHFPL Press Release March 29 2018

Write Stuff: ‘Tiger Woods,’ Lyme Disease And ‘Mrs.’ At R.J. Julia This Week.  Hartford Courant, March 29 2018

 New Haven Library Window Dedicated to Jennifer Pugh.  New Haven Patch.  March 27 2018

Mo Pleasure Comes Home For Stetson.  New Haven Independent.  March 25 2018

Spring 2018 Flipbook.  March 27 2018

This Week in New Haven (March 19 – 25).  Daily Nutmeg March 19, 2018

Stetson Library Campaign Gathers Student Momentum.  March 13, 2018

Ives Squared Launching In-Residence Programs.  NHFPL Press Release March 13 2018

Health Technology Hub To Open Near New Haven Green. Hartford Courant.  Feb 21 2018

Library celebrates Mardi Gras.  Yale News Feb 15 2018

Phat Tuesday Was Phat.  New Haven Independent.   Feb 14 2018

James Walker: Education? I dropped out and have no regrets.  New Haven Register Feb 12 2018

Decade Later, Threatened Library Thrives.  New Haven Independent.  Feb 12 2018

This Week in New Haven (Feb 12 – 18).  The Daily Nutmeg Feb 12 2018

Long Wharf play explores mental health, shootings.  Yale News.  Feb 9, 2018

The Nature of New Haven Art Exhibition.  NHFPL Press Release Feb 1 2018

Long Wharf Theatre teams with Sandy Hook Promise to explore issues raised by ‘Office Hour”.  New Haven Register.  Jan 14 2018

2018 Art Exhibitions for NHFPL Gallery Announcement.  NHFPL News Release.  Jan 11, 2018

This Week in New Haven (January 8 – 14).  The Daily Nutmeg.  Jan 8 2017

Shelters preparing for unprecedented weather.  News 8  Jan 3, 2018

WWII Propaganda Film ‘Mission To Moscow’ At New Haven Library.  Hartford Courant.  Jan. 2, 2018.


This Week in New Haven (December 25 – 31).  Daily Nutmeg.  Dec 25, 2017

What I Learned In Democracy School.  New Haven Independent.  Dec 21, 2017

“Life On Parole” Sparks Real-Life Ideas.  New Haven Independent.  Dec 20, 2017.

Grandma, 83: “Today I Am A Woman”.  The New Haven Independent.  Dec 18, 2017.  

Hartford Stage and Hartford Public Library Unveil New Program.  Hartford Courant.  Dec 15, 2017.

A Hanukkah Hora In Westville.  The Arts Paper.  Dec 13, 2017

Fair Haven Branch Library Marks 100 Years.  New Haven Independent Dec 9, 2017

Fair Haven Library in New Haven celebrates 100th anniversary.  New Haven Register Dec. 9, 2017

Fair Haven Branch Turns 100, And Looks Ahead. Arts Paper Dec 11, 2017

This Week in New Haven (December 11 – 17).  Daily Nutmeg.  Dec 11, 2017.

Sandy Hook Promise Teams with Long Wharf Theatre for OFFICE HOUR Programming.   Broadway World CT.  Dec 8, 2017

Hollow Earth: Stories from the Underground by John O’Donnell Opening and Book Launch at the Ives Gallery.  NHFPL Press Release Dec 7th

Interior Design….10 Questions with Margaret Sullivan

Local women share business tips at panel.  Yale News Dec 6, 2017

Local alders reach out to Yalies.  Yale News.  Dec 1, 2017

Locals, Yalies crowd source opioid solutions.  Yale News. Dec 1, 2017

Greater New Haven events calendar: Week of Dec. 1.  New Haven Register.  Nov 30, 2017

Tree Lit On Green — With Political Edge.  The New Haven Independent Dec 1 2017

From Foursquare to Ives Squared.  Yale Daily News. Dec 1 2017  

Arts Council Awards go to 6 people and projects in New Haven Dec. 1.  New Haven Register.  Nov 26 2017.

Time to end solitary confinement in Md.  Baltimore Sun Nov 20, 2017.

Books For Black Excellence.  The Arts Paper.  Nov 10 2017

Q House Breaks Ground.   New Haven Independent Nov 4, 2017

Citywide Youth hosts self-love workshop.  Yale News Oct 27, 2017

Randall Beach: A new guide to Long Island Sound reminds us what is near and dear. New Haven Register Oct 22, 2017

East German Film ‘Ete Und Ali’ In New Haven.  Hartford Courant Oct 16, 2017

This week in New Haven (Oct 16-22).  The Daily Nutmeg Oct 16, 2017

Language and Learning: Home, School, and Community.  New Haven Independent Oct 2, 2017

Ives Gallery Open Call for 2018!   Press Release Oct 2, 2017

Room with a View. The Daily Nutmeg. Sept 29 2017

Jewish families grow closer to their culture through monthly PJ Library books.  New Haven Register Oct 19, 2017

2017 Windham Campbell Festival boasts literary star power.  Yale News Sept 8 2017

Beloved Dixwell community center to reopen.  Yale News Sept 6, 2017

Sam Shepard Film Series In New Haven.  Hartford Courant Aug 28 2017.


Concrete Revelations.  New Haven Independent Aug 21, 2017

Eclipse-Watching Fair Haveners Share The Glasses.  New Haven Independent Aug 21, 2017

“Parking For Democracy” Pilot Approved.  New Haven Independent, Aug 9 2017

Now and Then.  The Daily Nutmeg Aug 8th

Parking plan may accelerate democracy in New Haven.  Spaces sought for people to attend city meetings, visit library.  New Haven Register Aug 2 2017

Stetson Turns 100.  New Haven Independent July 31, 2017

Anthology series releases ‘New Haven Noir’ on Aug. 1.  New Haven Register Entertainment July 28 2017

All Aboard The “Dream Train”  New Haven Independent July 21, 2017


Law limiting Connecticut’s use of solitary confinement takes effect in January.   New Haven Register July 13, 2017

Summer Lego Program Teaches Kids To Code Robots.  Hartford Courant July 14, 2015

Millennial Takes Downtown-Wooster Helm.  New Haven Independent June 29 2017

 Celebrate New Haven: A Collaborative City-Wide Photo Collage.  June 22 Press Release

Dixwell Librarian Passes The Torch.  New Haven Independent June 16, 2017

New Haven among winners of innovation grants.  New Haven Register June 6 2017

What happens when you reach your breaking point is topic of New Haven conversation.  New Haven Register June 1, 2017

Free New Haven Documentary Film Fest Leads Into Arts & Ideas.  CTNow May 26 2017

‘NHdocs’ film festival spotlights New Haven filmmakers, issues from June 1-11.  New Haven Register.  May 26 2017  

Grand Acres Grows Business Sense.  New Haven Independent May 24 2017

Cop Recruitment Drive Hits The Neighborhoods.  New Haven Independent May 22, 2017

NHdocs – New Haven Documentary Film Festival Announces Line-Up.  Broadway World May 16, 2017

Stetson Library Seeks $2M For New “Q” Home.  New Haven Independent May 11, 2017

New Haven Free Public Library announces fundraising campaign for new Stetson branch at the Q House.  New Haven Register May 11, 2017

Press Conference: Stetson Library Capital Campaign Wednesday, May 10 at 1:30 pm, Stetson Library.

Stetson Librarian Wins Another Award.  New Haven Independent May 8, 2017

Faith Matters: Prolonged isolation is a form of torture we must stop.  New Haven Register May 5, 2017

NHFPL Librarian Diane Brown, Stetson Library Branch Manager, recipient of Connecticut Library Association 2017 Special Achievement Award!  May 4th NHFPL Press Release.

3 Kitchens, 3 Recipes For Paying Bills.  New Haven Independent April 21 2017

Free Parking For Democracy?  New Haven Independent April 13 2017

New Haven’s “Big Read” Focuses On Immigration.  WNPR April 7, 2017

Editorial: Library Cut Too Deep.  Hartford Courant April 7, 2017  


“Big Read” Takes Up Immigration.  New Haven Independent April 6, 2017

“Smart People” Invade Library.  New Haven Independent March 21, 2017

Labor union wants New Haven to consider contract negotiations, raises for members.  New Haven Register March 13, 2017.   

Announcing the 2017 Exhibitions for the New Haven Free Public Library’s Ives Gallery!   NHFPL News Release March 6, 2017

Laundromats: New Haven’s Next Museums?  New Haven Independent Feb 1 2017

Should New Haven be prettier? Yes, according to some residents.  New Haven Register Feb 1 2017

Science in the News series kicks off with ‘Big Bacteria, Big Pharma, Big Problems’   Yale News Feb 2, 2017 

Connecticut State Library Announces Availability of Newly Digitized New Haven Daily Morning Journal and Courier 1895-1908.  CT State Library notification Feb 1 2017

Gertie Gets An Interpreter.  New Haven Independent Jan 30 2017 

In New Haven, ‘Inside the Box’ exhibit offers up close look at solitary confinement cell.  New Haven Register Jan 30 2017

‘I Still Suffer’; Solitary Confinement On Display.  Hartford courant.  january 30 2017

Legislator Enters Solitary Confinement.  New Haven Independent January 30 2017

Solitary confinement cell displayed.  News 8   January 30, 2017

THE PUBLIC LIBRARY: A PLACE TO LEARN, SHARE AND CREATE.  The Community for Greater New Haven website.

Replica Solitary Confinement Cell Coming to New Haven.  Yale Law Jan 23 2017

New Haven library hosts first collage workshop.  Yale News Jan 19 2017 

New Haven sign-makers prepare for anti-Trump marches in Hartford, D.C.  New Haven Register Jan 12, 2017

Celebrate New Haven: A Collaborative City-Wide Photo Collage With the New Haven Free Public Library and Local Artist Rashmi.  NHFPL Press Release Jan 11, 2017


This Week in New Haven (December 26 – January 1).  The Daily Nutmeg Dec 26, 2016 


Students, Refugees Cook Up Acceptance. New Haven Independent Dec 22, 2016 

Stacked Deck.  The Daily Nutmeg  Dec 16, 2016

The Latest On WNHH Radio.  New Haven Independent Dec 10, 2016 

New Haven Creates | Works by New Haven Public School Students Opens at Ives Gallery.  NHFPL Press Release Nov. 29, 2016

Literacy Coaches Up Kids’ Reading Game New Haven Independent, Nov 23 2016 

Stetson Feels Rudolph. New Haven Independent Nov 17, 2016.

Yale group that aids young refugees in schools sponsors film.  New Haven Register Nov 15, 2016

Randall Beach: This man’s love affair with New Haven pizza has led to new revelations.  New Haven Register, Nov 5, 2016

At Stetson, “Big Dog” Makes Xmas Howl.  New Haven Independent Nov 4, 2016 

D Bus Riders Didn’t Make The Stop.  New Haven Independent Nov 3, 2016

New Haven Free Public Library Holiday Closings, Elevator Upgrade and City Librarian Listening Tour.  NHFPL Press Release Nov 1 2016

“Miss Librarian” Passes Half-Century Mark.  New Haven Independent Oct 26 2016

“Big Dog” Brings It Home.  New Haven Independent Oct 14, 2016

Panel honors Yale Rep’s 50th anniversary.  Yale News Oct 10, 2016 

Westville Library Makes Space For Artists.  New Haven Independent Sept 21, 2016

Hill branch of NHFPL celebrates 10 years.  Yale News Sept 16, 2016

 Hill’s “21st Century” Library Turns 10.  New Haven Independent Sept 15, 2016

The New Haven Free Public Library is excited to issue its second annual open call for 2017 exhibitions in the Ives Gallery!   Press Release Sept 14, 2016

Yale literary festival celebrates Windham-Campbell prizewinners, features keynote by Patti Smith .  Yale News Sept 9, 2016

New Haven Free Public Library celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Wilson Library!  Press release Sept 7, 2016. 

New Haven Book Lover’s Website Takes Readers To Real Places From Their Favorite Fiction.  Hartford Courant Sept 3 2016

New Haven Free Public Library announces new hours at the four neighborhood libraries – open one more day each week!  Aug 31 2016 – Press Release

Canvassers #Start Early On School.  New Haven Independent, Aug 29, 2016 

Weading Wabbits Hop Into Hill Library.  New Haven Independent Aug 26, 2016

Weading Wabbits Hop Into Hill Library.  Twitter Aug 26, 2016

World Class Violinist Electrifies Stetson.  New Haven Independent Aug 10 2016 

 Word & Images: A celebration of paintings.  NHFPL Press Release Aug 11, 2016

Films About Mideast, Castro, Mel Brooks In New Haven.  CT Now July 25, 2016


Dependence on smartphones may challenge Connecticut’s job seekers.  New Haven Register Technology July 20, 2016

Storm Disturbs the Dead, Sends Pie Inside. New Haven Independent July 19, 2016

No Vacation For Young Musicians.  New Haven Independent July 18 2016

Yale Press director John Donatich on public libraries and New Haven past and present.  Yale News June 29, 2016

The Huntress: Public Library Card Is A Fancy Cheapskate’s Dream.  The Hartford Courant June 30, 2016

A Renewer Heads West.   New Haven Independent June 29, 2016

Extended hours, summer programs offered at New Haven libraries.  News 8 June 29 2016

New Haven’s four neighborhood libraries open on Saturdays this summer!  NHFPL Press release June 27 2016

Resume’ seminars, movies for adults and kids, first-time author readings and much, much more at ...   Robbins List June 26 2016

This Week in New Haven (June 20 – 26).  Daily Nutmeg June 20, 2016

Ladybugs To The Rescue.  New Haven Independent June 15, 2016

On Your Mark, Get Set, READ! New Haven Free Public Library Launches Summer Learning Challenge and Open eBooks.  Press Release June 14, 2016

Budget Passes; NHPD Brass Slapped.  New Haven Independent June 7, 2016

New Haven alders approve city budget, including $45 million Strong School project.  New Haven Register June 6, 2016

Harp, Looney among those at pre-demolition ceremony for Q House in New Haven.  New Haven Register June 4, 2016 

Muralists Say Goodbye & Hello to the Q   New Haven Independent  June 6 2016

Growth and Change.  Connecticut Parent Children’s Bookshelf – May 2016


BEACHCOMBING: Some of the Best Daycations in Connecticut. May 24, 2016

Arts & Ideas sets trio of Pop-Up Festivals in New Haven neighborhoods. New Haven Register May 2, 2016 

Experts Discuss How to Innovate the New Haven Free Public Library. The Knowledge Green May 3 2016

Bernie Sanders hold rally in New Haven, speaks one-on-one with News 8.  News 8 April 25 2016

Mother Forms Foundation To Help Parents Find Services For Autistic Children.  Hartford Courant April 25 2016

Attorneys provide free legal advice on the New Haven Green.  CT Post, April 21 2016.

Good cheer expected at Wooster Square’s Cherry Blossom Festival Sunday.  New Haven Entertainment  April 20, 2016

Long Wharf Theatre to Host ‘Pedal to Paris’ Bike Event, 5/15.  BroadwayWorld.Com April 19 2016.

5 great things about New Haven.  New Haven Register April 15 2016

The New Haven Free Public Library Foundation announces Fran DeToro as newest Board Member!  Press Release April  14, 2016

Brogan Nudges City Toward 1 Percent.  New Haven Independent, April 13 2016


All Is Forgiven. New Haven Independent April 11, 2016

New Haven Free Public Library to waive overdue fines week of April 11 to 21.  New Haven Register April 8, 2016

New Haven Free Public Library Celebrates National Library Week!  Bring back your overdue items and fines will be waived!  New Haven Public Library Press Release April 7 2016

Q&A: Sharon Lovett-Graff of the New Haven Free Public Library.  Kirkus April 6, 2016

Big Pictures.   Daily Nutmeg.  April 7 2016

Yale, New Haven honor those who strengthen bonds with Elm-Ivy Awards.  New Haven Register,  April 5 2016

Elm-Ivy Award winners saluted for civic service on common ground of New Haven and Yale.  Yale News, April 5 2016

This Week in New Haven  (April 4 – 10).  Daily Nutmeg April 4 2016

7 Students Vie For Board Of Ed Seat.  New Haven Independent March 24, 2016

Mythical ‘Journey Of A Vagabond’ In New Haven.  Hartford Courant March 24 2016

School Nurses Supported; State Reliance Questioned.  New Haven Register March 15 2016.

Films About Ireland On St. Patrick’s Day In New Haven.  Hartford Courant March 14 2016.

First public hearing for proposed city budget draws support, criticism.  New Haven Register March 14, 2016.

New Haven Peaces Out.  New Haven Independent Feb 22, 2016
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Alders host library workshop.  Yale News March 9 2016

Science Diplomats to present ‘The Quantum Factory: Creating Solar Storms, Particles, and Uncertainty’.  Yale News March 2 2016

Get Ready for Endless Summer Learning.  Library School Journal March 1, 2016

New Haven Mayor Toni Harp presents budget with no tax increase for second straight year.  New Haven Register Feb 29 2016 

No tax hike in FY17 budget.  Yale News March 1, 2016

Harp Budget Holds Line On Taxes.  New Haven Independent Feb 29 2016

Author “Sees Color” Of Racism.  New Haven Independent, Feb 26 2016.

History’s Voices Come Alive.  New Haven Independent Feb 25, 2016

Q House, Long Wharf Plans Proceed.  New Haven Independent Feb 17th

Fadiman hosts 10th annual reading.  Yale Daily News, Feb 17, 2016

Generational Wisdom Passed.  New Haven Independent Feb 12, 2016

Public library Mardi Gras party.  Yale News Feb 10th.

Elm City Celebrates Mardi Gras At Least Twice.  New Haven Independent, Feb 10 2016.

This Week in New Haven (February 8 – 14):  “Mardi Gras: Masquerade Madness”   Daily Nutmeg Feb 8, 2016

Announcing the 2016 Inaugural Exhibitions for the New Haven Free Public Library’s Ives Gallery!

Mayor Toni Harp, New Haven Public Schools’ Superintendent Garth Harries and City Librarian Martha Brogan Join President Obama’s ConnectED Library Challenge!

Newcomer celebrates black beauty in exhibit.  Yale News Feb 1, 2016

Amid Rancor, Harp Strikes Conciliatory Note.  New Haven Independent Feb 2, 2016
Read the full prepared text of Harp’s State of the City Address here.

Tom Ficklin’s WNHH Community Radio hour.  Jan 25, 2016.

An Immigrant Becomes A Citizen.  New Haven Independent Jan 29, 2016

This Week in New Haven (January 11 – 17).  Daily Nutmeg Jan 11, 2016.


This Week in New Haven (December 21 – 27).  Daily Nutmeg Dec 21, 2015.

NHFPL Press Release | “Festival of Branches” Video Celebrates the New Haven Free Public Library’s Impact in Our Neighborhoods! December 9, 2015.

Librarian Rides To Moment Of Glory.  New Haven Independent Dec 4, 2015.

New Haven librarian to receive public service award Wednesday.  New Haven Register, Dec 3 2015.  Note:  The ceremony was held on Thursday, December 3, 2015 at the Carnegie Corporation (not Wednesday, Dec. 9 at Carnegie Hall)

2015 I Love My Librarian Award Winners. Dec 3, 2015.

NHFPL Press Release | NHFPL Librarian Diane Brown Receives National Public Service Award. December 3, 2015.

Harp Enlists Help To Boost Reading.   New Haven Independent Nov 25, 2015

This week in New Haven (November 23 – 29).  Daily Nutmeg.

NHFPL Press Release | Festival of Branches. November 7, 2015

New Haven firefighter’s wife pens children’s book on the department. New Haven Register Nov 1, 2015

Bioswale “Greens” A Library Branch.  New Haven Independent Oct 16 2015

Roosevelt: Kick Out “Hyphenated Americans”.  New Haven Independent  Oct 13 2015.

Five More Impressive Buildings by Architect Cass Gilbert.   Preservation Nation Blog.  Sept 28, 2015.

LWT Library Partnership Hailed as Strengthening the New Haven Community.  Long Wharf Theatre – Oct 1, 2015

Miss Diane Gave Kenny A 2nd Shot.  New Haven Independent  Sept 29 2015

Long Wharf Theatre & New Haven Free Public Library to Host Evening Celebrating New Partnership. Sept 3 2015

Calendar: Orange Open Farms Day, polo matches in Hamden, ‘Murder for Two’ at LWT.  New Haven Register Entertainment Calendar.  Aug 21, 2015

New Haven Housing Authority Holds Back-to-School Fair.  NBC Connecticut News Aug 11, 2015

This week in New Haven (Aug 3 – 9).   Daily Nutmeg Aug 3 2015

New Haven Music in the Parks summer concert series continues Wednesday.  New Haven Register Entertainment July 27 2015

As ADA Turns 25, A Champion Turns A Corner.  New Haven Independent July 22, 2015

New Haven Website Walks In Fictional Footsteps.  New Haven Independent July 16 2015

Teens Get Their Own Library Nook.  New Haven Independent July 14 2015

A Love For A City—Times 50—Goes On Display. New Haven Independent July 13 2015

This Week in New Haven (July 13 – 19). Daily Nutmeg July 13 2015.

Red, White and Blue and Green.  Daily Nutmeg July 3 2015

30 Small-Biz Dreamers Get Started.  New Haven Independent June 15 2015

Superheroes, Snakes, Spiders Kick Off Summer Read.  New Haven Independent Jun 12 2015

Festival Listens To Dixwell. New Haven Independent June 12 2015

Library Emerges As Budget Winner.  New Haven Independent June 3 2015.

New Haven Documentary Film Festival at Ives Main Library.  Daily Nutmeg.  This Week in New Haven June 1 2015

Library attacked    New Haven Independent May 28 2015

Final Budget Passed; Strong School Plan Killed.  New Haven Independent May 27 2015

New Haven, Yale ‘are part of each other’.  New Haven Register May 17, 2015

New Haven neighborhoods gear up for Arts & Ideas with 3 pop-up fests.  New Haven Register  May 11, 2015

Arts & Neighborhoods Pop Up.  New Haven Independent May 11, 2015

CT Homeless Coalition seeking help from libraries.  Bristol Press April 29 2015

The Kings of Dixwell Avenue.  The Yale Herald April 17, 2015

FY16 NHFPL Budget Presentation to Alders’ Finance Committee (April 8, 2015)

Harp announces canvas to increase literacy.  Yale Daily News April 9 2015

New Haven library director eyes Hartford as model for services, funding.  New Haven Register April 9 2015

Readmobile Rolls to Solar Youth New Haven Independent April 1 2015

New Haven residents lobby alders for library funds, food policy post.   New Haven Register March 30 2015

Nurses, Food Post Supported At Budget Hearing.  New Haven Independent March 31 2015

New Haven’s rare black librarian keeps mission in mindNew Haven Register March 30, 2015

Krikko Kick-Starts A Communal Mosaic.  New Haven Independent March 11 2015

This Week in New Haven March 23 thru 39th Daily Nutmeg March 23 2015

Big Canvases Take Over Azoth Gallery.  New Haven Independent March 20 2015

At Stetson, The Gloves Come Off.  New Haven Independent March 19 2015

New Haven library staff needs ‘urgent,’ alders toldNew Haven Register March 6 2015

Head Librarian Pleads For More Staff. New Haven Independent March 6 2015

First budget hearing draws small turnoutYale Daily News March 6, 2015

Randall Beach: Remembering the days when movie theaters were downtown palaces or in our neighborhoodNew Haven Register Feb 26 2015

13th annual Mardi Gras fundraiser at the New Haven Free Public Library New Haven Independent Feb 19 2015

Subzero Chill Drives The Chilled Into The Stacks.  New Haven Independent Feb 23 2015

Azoth Gallery, at the New Haven Public LibraryNew York Times Feb 22-28 events

Brownsville Song – Long Wharf TheatreBroadway World Feb 20 2015

Time for Masquerade Madness Daily Nutmeg Feb 16th

Valentine’s Day events at New Haven Free Public Library Daily Nutmeg Feb 9

To one and all: have a healthy, safe, and happy new year!  Office of the Mayor Jan 5 2015

A Cold Night For New Haven’s Homeless, And Those Who Serve Them.  NPR News Jan 9 2015

Hot and ColdDaily Nutmeg January 7, 2015.

Good, cheap and healthy…How to Eat Well on $4 a Day Daily Nutmeg January 5, 2015


Tour company sets presentation in New Haven on North Korean tours.  New Haven Register Dec 31, 2014

New Haven ‘Digital Life’ exhibit maps city’s emotions through social media New Haven Register Dec 9, 2014

A local hero can finally take a bow for his monumental work New Haven Register Dec 7, 2014

Art Afternoons at New Haven Public Library The Library as Incubator Project Dec 4, 2014

Krikko’s Next Act New Haven Independent Nov 28, 2014

Black Nationalist Spits Rhymes New Haven Independent Nov 14, 2014

NHFPL puts books on wheels Yale Daily News  Nov 4, 2014

Literacy Forum: Libraries in the 21st Century New Haven Independent Nov 3, 2014

New Readmobile Debuts New Haven Independent October 30, 2014

Choose Your Own Adventure Daily Nutmeg  October 28, 2014

Off Book  Daily Nutmeg  August 21, 2014

New Haven has a new library director  New Haven Register  July 31, 2014

A Fresh Face, & A “Fresh Start” New Haven Independent  August 1, 2014

Stetson Block Party With The Washington Fellows  I Love New Haven  July 19, 2014

Future of Print Daily Nutmeg July 15, 2014

Monsters Invade Mitchell New Haven Independent July 10, 2014

President Obama’s Young African Leaders at Yale Block Party Yale News July 10, 2014

In New Haven, Africa’s young leaders bring their talents to Yale New Haven Register July 09, 2014, 6:54 PM EDT

Cashmere & Taurai Network New Haven Independent  July 10, 2014 8:10 AM

World War I-Themed Programs In New Haven Harford Courant Friday June 27, 2014

Stetson Library Kicks Off Summer Reading New Haven Independent  June 16, 2014 8:15 AM

“On Living” film highlighted New Haven Independent, June 16, 2014

New Haven Reading Program Turns the Page New Haven Register, June 6, 2014

Great Scot: NH Public Library’s Wave WFSB May 27, 2014

New Q House Effect on Stetson Library? New Haven Independent, May 8, 2014

Pop-Ups in the Hill New Haven Register, May 2, 2014

Democracy Forum: Vietnam Revisited Yale International Alliance, May 2014

“The Wave” Rolls Into Town New Haven Independent Apr. 29, 2014

New Haven Public Library Catches the WAVE New Haven Register Apr. 28, 2014 and May 5, 2014

Daily Nutmeg includes Entrepreneur Workshop at NHFPL New Haven Register Apr. 21, 2014

Domestic Workers Emerge From Shadows New Haven Independent  March 20, 2014 8:32 AM

Phat TuesdayNew Haven Independent March 5, 2014, 1:25 pm

New Haven’s Wilson Library, its builders, symbols of resilience  New Haven Register  Mar 3, 2014

Students Say Standardized Tests Kill Learning  New Haven Independent  Feb 10, 2014 8:24 AM

Library chief departs  New Haven Independent  Jan 27, 2014 2:50 pm

Stacked Deck  Daily Nutmeg  Jan 10, 2014

How we saved the post office — & the library  New Haven Independent  Jan 8, 2014 3:36 pm

Three Kings Branch Out New Haven Independent Jan 7, 2014 8:39 am


New Haven Public Library exhibit shows generations of Americans at work New Haven Register Dec 28, 2013

“The Way We Worked” works  New Haven Independent  Dec 17, 2013 1:15 pm

“Urban Librarian” Feted  New Haven Independent  Dec 16, 2013 11:45 AM

New Haven Anthem  Daily Nutmeg  Jul 4, 2013

Library’s new approach hopes to keep New Haven kids’ reading skills up in summer New Haven Register May 26, 2013

New Haven library goes from books to baking New Haven Register May 9, 2013


Library Bards  Daily Nutmeg  Oct 24, 2012

Civic and Social Responsibility Podcast  NPR  Sept 30, 2012

“E-book revolution” hits New Haven  Yale Daily News  Sept 12, 2012