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The New Haven Cocktail Museum At The City’s Oldest Tavern

New Haven’s oldest tavern, known as the Ordinary has opened up  The New Haven Cocktail Museum. It’s the history of mixed drinks through the ages, going back hundreds of years, including, so the story goes, of “rum” saving the Elm City from being burned to the ground by British troops. You can read about early New Read more…

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Vintage Properties in Connecticut Come Back To Life

  They were outdated, underutilized vintage properties in Connecticut and now they have come back to life. A farm that dates back to the 1600’s which was also the site of a 1940’s era airplane hanger, has become Saltwater Farm Vineyard in Stonington. A 1950’s gas station near downtown Mystic, is about to open as a coffee Read more…

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Cheers To The Dog Watch

I’m a big time observer of life. I suppose that started when my parents gave me a diary at the age of 8, you know the kind with a lock and key. I wrote everything in it , everything, whether I had to go to the dentist, or it was someone’s birthday, or where I Read more…

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Legendary “Mory’s” Reopens at Yale

Go ahead carve your initials into the table. That’s what students did for decades at the legendary Mory’s, a drinking club at Yale University. Mory’s originally opened its doors in September of 1849. It is “re-founded” and opened in August of 2010. It has been closed for about two years, but is back after $3 Read more…

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