New Haven Center Has Economic Vitality -- But It Doesn't Ripple Far -Image courtesy of Newspapers.com, Hartford Courant, Sunday, January 8, 2012 "What Sukh Grewal sees in New Haven now he has seen before, working in Silicon Valley in the early 1980s: a vibrancy that is making the downtown a center of technological innovation. 'It's… Continue reading Downtown Alive, by Kenneth R. Gosselin
Showmanship and patience have paid off for Joel Schiavone, who for five years has cultivated an image as the man who could save New Haven's downtown, have fun and make a fortune doing it. "Joel Schiavone, New Haven's flashiest developer, has proved that showmanship is as much an ingredient of success as business sense." -Image… Continue reading Dream for a Theater District Coming True, by Kristi Vaughn
Chapter of Accidents -- Yesterday was quite a day of casualties among the carriages. "A horse and wagon, driven by Mr. Henry Austin, architect, in descending the hill leading to the Mountain House, East Rock, was upset, and the wagon broken to pieces. The unfortunate animal also broke one of his fore legs, and was… Continue reading New Haven’s Great Park.
At 88, Charles Carll Recalls Varied Career; Goes to Colleges via Radio "Tomorrow will be the 88th birthday anniversary of Charles T. Carll, 1604 Twenty-second street, Rock Island. Like all men who have had a long and active life, Mr. Carll looks backward a great deal. His roots go deep in America's political and economic… Continue reading The Town Crier, by George Wickstrom
Will Demolish Old House and Replace with Beautiful Structure. "The Hyperion Theater at New Haven, one of the twenty-five theaters owned by S. Z. Poli, is to be rebuilt. The theater will close on Saturday, April 26, and on the following Monday the work of demolishing the interior of the structure will begin. It is… Continue reading Hyperion Theater To Be Rebuilt
To Which He Returns Shortly With His Family -- Mr. Peter R. Carll Important New Enterprises in His New Field of Activity "New Haven's old and esteemed citizen, Peter R. Carll, has returned from his stay in California to his Temple street residence and presents a picture of almost perfect robust health. In business there… Continue reading Back from California.
"Prof. D. M. Bristol's equescurriculum will begin at the Hyperion to-night. The Boston Herald says: 'Boston has seen some wonderful performances of educated horses, but never any which surpasses the one under direction of Prof. Bristol, now at the Globe Theater. The tricks and antics of these horses are simply amazing.'"-Excerpt courtesy of the Library… Continue reading Prof. Bristol’s Equescurriculum.