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Will NASA Select New Haven’s Habitat For Mars?

A competition is underway right now through NASA. They’re looking fo America’s brightest to help figure out how to build sphere-like houses on Mars using 3-D printing technology and using materials that are already on the red planet…which isn’t much, but red martian soil….the place is pretty cold too. There are 18 groups across the country. Will the Read more…

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Fireside Chats With Nyberg~ Ex. Assistant Tina Cripps Nicoletti

On this edition of “Fireside Chats With Nyberg,” Ansonia’s Tina Cripps Nicoletti. Tina who is the Executive Assistant to the television station’s General Manager, Rich J Graziano, is a good part of the glue that holds all of WTNH News 8 together. She can do it all. She’s the mother of two sons and is a heck of a Read more…

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Susie Hunter On Fireside Chats With Nyberg

Suzie Hunter is from Philly and has been with News 8 about one month as of April, 2018, so of course we had to find out all about her. She loves sports, especially baseball and has a blog called “Nacho Scout” where she judges food one stadium at a time. You’ll learn more about this Read more…

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A Look At Immigration Through The Eyes Of Caprice Taylor Mendez

Immigration is a hot button issue. Deportation, the rate of incarceration of immigrants, sanctuary cities,and also children of undocumented parents and what is happening to them. Caprice Taylor Mendez is working with The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven to help these families. Her parents came to the Elm City from Guatemala to give her a better life, she Read more…

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States of the Union, Reflections On The 2016 Presidential Election

Politically the landscape changes everyday. Headlines out of this White House or any other, can give you whiplash. Right after the 2016 presidential election Michaela Papa of New Haven wanted to know what people were thinking. She put the word out that she was accepting reflections from people, no matter their politics, to put them in a Read more…

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The FIXER Bag, Made In New Haven

  New Haven is home to a lot of innovators and entrepreneurs, always has been. Thom O’Leary has a brand new multi-purpose messenger bag with a lot of secret compartments. It’s being made in New Haven at a place called, De Martini Globe Canvas ,where messenger bags have been made for more than 70-years. The FIXER bag weighs just Read more…

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Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

It’s the largest rare book library in the world with no windows, and it’s right under our noses at Yale University. Have you been to The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library? You don’t have to be a Yalie to walk in the door. If you haven’t been, or it’s been a awhile since you’ve spent Read more…

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FBI’s Charles Grady, Passionate About Law Enforcement and Community Outreach

Charles Grady who grew up in New Haven works for the FBI in Connecticut. He served on the Hamden police force for 21 years working his way up thru the ranks working in narcotics, and was a detective. He was an actor for a time while he was in law enforcement, playing small roles on “All My Read more…

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Zoni Foods, A Healthy Meal in 10 minutes

  It’s a fresh take on frozen food. Two former graduate students at Yale University decided they needed to find better healthy food in the frozen food section, so they went right to worked and created it.  They developed Zoni Frozen meal kits. Zoni is taken from the first two letters of their first names, Zoe and Nilofer. Clever Read more…

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Art Deco Tiny House in New Haven, Connecticut

  Colin M. Caplan just built a tiny house in New Haven, Connecticut for his husband and wife clients, Richard Norman and Nini Lentini. It’s called the “Bijou.”  At just under 700 square feet, this urban dwelling has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom & 15 foot ceilings. The exterior design was inspired by some of the Read more…

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