Summer 2021 Celebrates City, Village, Neighborhood—Home


The Summer 2021 issue is in the mail to member-subscribers soon and will be on newsstands by June 1. The issue explores the places we live and love.

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Learn about urban renewal in New Haven, Gilded Age mansions in Norwich, and a Norwalk neighborhood that has practiced racial equity for more than 70 years!

We highlight key figures in those stories—Rev. Richard A. G. Foster and Ed Logue of New Haven, Betty Knox of Hartford, and Constance Baker Motley of…. Chester! (Yes, New Haven-born but who found respite in the Connecticut River town.)

The issue kicks off with a photo essay by Hartford photographer and Trinity College professor Pablo Delano, “Visually Breathtaking Hartford Explored.” See the city through Delano’s eyes as he captures what he loves about the capital city. 

PLUS Find out about the lost village of Chalybes—and how to visit what remains. And how one of Connecticut’s early travel guides became a national model!

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