Two more New Haveners have begun work on potential campaigns for Connecticut’s top elections and business-records oversight position: city Health Director Maritza Bond and former Democratic Town Chair Jacqueline James.
A local landlord purchased Saints Aedan & Brendan Church’s former convent building on McKinley Avenue for $375,000, and affiliates of the local megalandlord Mandy Management pulled more than $12.2 million worth of mortgages from a California-based commercial lender.
Bob Gorry starts “Javelina.” from GoBruCcio — the latest release from the New Haven Improvisers Collective — with a statement from his guitar that’s somewhere between the blues, punk, and free jazz. Pete Riccio on drums finds his way in fast, suggesting a hip-swinging groove that Pete Brunelli on bass catches at once. Within a minute the trio are off and building momentum, making their improvisation into a lurching dance that, a minute later, they’re already taking apart, moving into another...
The country is now in on Metropolitian Business Academy’s secret.