Open up a New Haven Register and you'll find daily, in-depth coverage of local, national, and world events, as well as thoughtful editorial insights and information on regional cultural events. Founded in 1812, the Register prides itself on being one of the oldest continuously published papers in the United States. Given its age, the newspaper has a colorful history, including the tenure of press baron John Day Jackson as owner in the early 20th century and the printing of local duel announcements in the 1800s. Today, the venerable publication reaches readers across Connecticut with print and digital formats, filling brains with the latest updates in sports, politics, business, and entertainment.
During shoots at Portrait Simple—a studio specialized in child, infant, maternity, and family portraits—skilled photographers snap an unlimited number of poses in front of a choice of backgrounds and provide the convenience of instant printing. Sessions can take any size group, accommodating families and close-knit juries. Models don simple duds without heavy patterns or logos and can tote props such as sports equipment or special blankies. After striking jubilant, winsome, or wrathful poses, guests sit down with the photographer to select images to turn into prints.
From University of Connecticut Husky T-shirts to hot sauce, Statement USA supplies customers with a hodgepodge of eclectic gifts and apparel. College and sports gear rep New England institutions such as Yale and the Boston Red Sox with hats, hoodies, and shirts. Other gift options include small tokens, such as keychains and magnets, as well as edible foodstuffs and a random assortment of kids' toys including Lego kits to build a miniature city or college diploma.
Nestlé Pure Life Direct delivers clean, crisp bottled water and refreshing iced teas to homes near and far on a mission to help its customers enjoy healthy beverages. Each month, it delivers homeowners with cases of Nestlé Pure Life, S. Pellegrino, and Perrier or bottled Tradewinds teas, placing the parcels at front doors or cave openings to minimize uncomfortable lugging. Nestlé's specialists can also deliver their beverage packages when no one is home. This easy access to refreshing, healthy beverages helps customers hydrate efficiently without sneaking sips from a neighbor's unguarded bird bath.
The Blue Horse has been a Downtown Mystic institution for over forty years. Combining her academic background in fashion and textiles with her love for the local community, owner Margaret Macris bought The Blue Horse in 1992 when her youngest son started kindergarten. Since then she has dressed generations of children and