Joe Amarante, New Haven Register

Joe Amarante

New Haven Register

Connecticut, United States

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Recent:
  • New Haven Register
  • The Middletown Press
  • Register Citizen
Past:
  • Stamford Advocate
  • Greenwich Time
  • Connecticut Post

Recent articles by Joe:

Some state parks closed to new visitors

Some state parks reached parking capacity before noon on Saturday. → Read More

East Shore Health District to hold flu shot clinics in Branford

The first flu shot clinic conducted by the East Shore District Health Department will take place Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the department office at 688 Main St. in Branford → Read More

With drought worsening, CT town asked to reduce water usage

The summer of 2020 ranks as the 11th driest summer and the warmest since 1895, according to the Northeast Climate Center. → Read More

Yale art galleries reopening, Peggy Noonan in Fairfield forum online & other arts briefs

Yale art galleries are reopening their doors to one-way paths, masked visitors, reservation and limited hours and days. But that's life in 2020. Arts briefs. → Read More

With doors closed and schedule open, Shubert Theatre of New Haven ramps up online offerings

Local entertainers, John Lewis film and Jim Brickman holiday concert are among the virtual offerings being presented by historic Shubert Theatre for home viewing. → Read More

With doors closed and schedule open, Shubert Theatre of New Haven ramps up online offerings

Local entertainers, John Lewis film and Jim Brickman holiday concert are among the virtual offerings being presented by historic Shubert Theatre for home viewing. → Read More

All ears: 7 corn mazes to pick from in Connecticut

In crazy/stressful 2020, as Halloween approaches, wearing a mask doesn’t mean that... → Read More

More restaurants, stores reopen at CT casinos as region adjusts to lingering pandemic

SolToro and other restaurants reopen at Mohegan Sun, Cedars, Caputo and Bingo Hall back at Foxwoods as fall chill brings fresh COVID concerns. → Read More

More restaurants, stores reopen at CT casinos as region adjusts to lingering pandemic

SolToro and other restaurants reopen at Mohegan Sun, Cedars, Caputo and Bingo Hall back at Foxwoods as fall chill brings fresh COVID concerns. → Read More

Goodspeed sets cautious course for 2021 with just 2 productions slated, no Terris shows

COVID's effects have decimated live shows in Connecticut this year, and it will continue in 2021 with fewer shows by Goodspeed Musicals. → Read More

Scenic Connecticut River cruises resume from Haddam after COVID shutdown

Including a sunset cruise viewed from a secret location down the river, the nature-loving Connecticut River Expeditions returns to the water. → Read More

Southside Johnny & Asbury Jukes due at South Farms in Morris Sept. 5

The New Jersey shore sound of Southside Johnny will turn up the tempo in Morris for a live Manic Presents concert at South Farms Sept.5. → Read More

Valley Shakespeare’s ‘Cyrano’: A cautious character acts on a masked love

The title character in Valley Shakespeare's new live show 'Cyrano' wouldn't mind wearing a mask, and it's a must for patrons going to and from their viewing circles at the Shelton show. → Read More

St. Barbara’s sets menu, prices for Orange pickup fest called Odyssey Express

You can still get your souvlaki and spanakopita at St. Barbara's Greek Orthodox Church in Orange, but you'll have to drive away and eat it elsewhere. → Read More

Christy Carlson Romano’s cooking series, TheaterWorks’ membership plan & other briefs

Except for sex-cult film 'The Vow,' the mover and shaker in these arts briefs is COVID, as a theater courts members, Compounce cuts events and online plans add up. → Read More

I-Park Open Trails Day, family fun concert in East Haddam

Artist residencies were postponed this summer at I-Park in East Haddam, but you can still walk its trails and enjoy a family fun concert. → Read More

Goodspeed heads outside for Playbillies concert series starting Aug. 20

With a fun group of musicians mixing bluegrass and Broadway music, Goodspeed comes up with an alternative plan during the summer of our discontent. → Read More

For Ansonia Family Drive-In, spirits of summers past return with ‘Ghostbusters’

'Cryptmaster Chucky' takes a family approach to Saturday night drive-in series in park in Ansonia, with yesterday's feel and films. → Read More

Prey tell: Why is boxer Mike Tyson starring in a Shark Week TV special?

"Fifty Shades of Shark?" In the competitive world of summer shark specials on cable TV, sexy titles and celebrities are the norm. . → Read More

Black trans women in spotlight of Long Wharf’s short plays: arts briefs

Long Wharf Theatre readying 3 short plays about black trans women as online program signals dedication to diverse storytelling. → Read More