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A Convenience Store On Wheels Drives Into Connecticut

I’ve got to hand it to millennial entrepreneurs, they see a need and they figure out how to build a company around it. Five years ago two 20-year-old college sophomores at Drexel University in Philadelphia got tired of going out late at night for snacks, household items, whatever it was. So they built a delivery Read more…

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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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RIPE Craft and Bar Juices Made in Connecticut

New Haven is home to juice, RIPE craft and bar juice that is. The founder of the company, Michel Boissy, came on NYBERG to talk about how the company has grown from a self-squeezing operation in Wallingford, to in the last 6 years or so, employing about 120 people. What sets his product apart from other fresh Read more…

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“Zen” On The Connecticut Shoreline

Sure, Chef Mark Shadle of Middletown, Connecticut has been to the White House and won all kinds of culinary awards, but home is where the heart is and he’s now settled in Branford, Connecticut at his new restaurant called G-Zen. G is for, well, “green” all about eco-conscious and “zen” state of mind of course, Read more…

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