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Daily Nutmeg is for people who love New Haven.
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Today’s edition is sponsored by The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven.
26 Food. Arts. People. Events.
Jan
Up, and back.
Going Medieval
A photo essay.
Sterling Library is your ticket to the Middle Ages, without all the awful stuff that happened in the Middle Ages. Its über Gothic interior, including a glorious nave, is open to the public until 6 p.m. daily.
The Community Foundation. What’s it like to live in solitary confinement? Sit in a replica solitary cell at the New Haven Free Public Library (Jan. 30-Feb. 4). Join us Feb. 1 for a special film screening & panel discussion. Learn more →
Happy time-travels.
Written and photographed by Dan Mims.

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Sterling Memorial Library
Location: 120 High St, New Haven (map)
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-6pm, Sat 10am-4:45pm, Sun noon-4:45pm
Online: www.web.library.yale.edu/building/sterling-library
CFGNH
What’s it like to live in solitary confinement? Sit in a replica solitary cell, January 30 - February 18.
Learn more →
Kicking and Screaming
It was 10 in the morning. But the New Haven Gooners, decked out in Arsenal red, had been there since 9.
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Double-O
John Brennan, the restaurateur behind the new Olives and Oil, says he doesn’t believe in curses.
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