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A quick and simple guide to the new fuel efficiency ratings. William Lee Miller 's The Fifteenth Ward and the Great Society similarly explores the relationship between local politics in New Haven and national political movements, focusing on Lyndon Johnson 's Great Society and urban renewal.
George Williamson Crawford , a Yale Law School graduate, served as the city's first black corporation counsel from to , under Mayor Richard C. In , the New Haven Black Panther trials took place, the largest and longest trials in Connecticut history. Black Panther Party co-founder Bobby Seale and ten other party members were tried for murdering an alleged informant. Violent confrontations between the demonstrators and the New Haven Police occurred, and several bombs were set off in the area by radicals.
The event became a rallying point for the New Left and critics of the Nixon Administration. During the summer of , New Haven was the center of protests by anti-immigration groups who opposed the city's program of offering municipal ID cards, known as the Elm City Resident Card , to illegal immigrants. It is the first foreign mission to open in New Haven since Italy opened a consulate now closed in the city in In April , the United States Supreme Court agreed to hear a suit over reverse discrimination brought by 20 white and Hispanic firefighters against the city.
After the tests were scored, no blacks scored high enough to qualify for consideration for promotion, so the city announced that no one would be promoted. On 29 June , the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of the firefighters, agreeing that they were improperly denied promotion because of their race. DeStefano , became highly publicized and brought national attention to New Haven politics due to the involvement of then- Supreme Court nominee and Yale Law School graduate Sonia Sotomayor in a lower court decision.
Garry Trudeau , creator of the political Doonesbury comic strip , attended Yale University. There he met fellow student and later Green Party candidate for Congress Charles Pillsbury , a long-time New Haven resident for whom Trudeau's comic strip is named. During his college years, Pillsbury was known by the nickname "The Doones". A theory of international law , which argues for a sociological normative approach in regards to jurisprudence, is named the New Haven Approach , after the city. Crime increased in the s, with New Haven having one of the ten highest violent crime rates per capita in the United States.
The city, adopting a policy of community policing , saw crime rates drop during the s. Violent crime levels vary dramatically among New Haven's neighborhoods, with some areas having crime rates in line with the state of Connecticut average, and others having extremely high rates of crime. A New Haven Health Department report identifies these issues in greater detail.
In , New Haven ranked as the 18th most dangerous city in the United States albeit below the safety benchmark of The research organization called for comparisons based on neighborhoods, blocks, or standard methodologies similar to those used by Brookings, DiversityData, and other established institutions , not based on municipalities. New Haven is a notable center for higher education.
Yale University , at the heart of downtown, is one of the city's best known features and its largest employer. Gateway Community College has a campus in downtown New Haven, formerly located in the Long Wharf district; Gateway consolidated into one campus downtown into a new state-of-the-art campus on the site of the old Macy's building and was open for the Fall semester. There are several institutions immediately outside of New Haven, as well.
Quinnipiac University and the Paier College of Art are located just to the north, in the town of Hamden. New Haven Public Schools is the school district serving the city. Hopkins School , a private school, was founded in and is the fifth-oldest educational institution in the United States.
The city is renowned for its progressive school lunch programs,  and participation in statewide bussing efforts toward increased diversity in schools. New Haven's greatest culinary claim to fame may be its pizza, which has been claimed to be among the best in the country,     or even in the world.
Apizza may be red with a tomato -based sauce or white with a sauce of garlic and olive oil , and pies ordered "plain" are made without the otherwise customary mozzarella cheese originally smoked mozzarella, known as "scamorza" in Italian. A white clam pie is a well-known specialty of the restaurants on Wooster Street in the Little Italy section of New Haven, including Pepe's and Sally's Apizza which opened in Modern Apizza on State Street, which opened in , is also well-known. A second New Haven gastronomical claim to fame is Louis' Lunch , which is located in a small brick building on Crown Street and has been serving fast food since A third New Haven gastronomical claim to fame is Miya's , the first sustainable sushi restaurant in the world.
Miya's, founded by Chef Yoshiko Lai in , featured the first sustainable seafood -based sushi menu, the first plant-based sushi menu, and the first invasive species menu in the world. Chef Bun Lai is credited as the first chef in the world for implementing a sustainability paradigm to the cuisine of sushi.
During weekday lunchtime, over lunch carts and food trucks cater to diners around the city. A large grocery store, the Elm City Market, opened on State Street in New Haven in early fall and served local produce and groceries to the community. Originally, the market was a member-owned co-op ,  but debt defaults in August forced a sale of the business. It is now an employee-owned business; the co-op's previous owners received no equity in the new business.
In the past several years, two separate Downtown food tour companies have started offering popular restaurant tours on weekends. Smaller theatres include the Little Theater on Lincoln Street. The theatre is used for student productions, and is the home to weekly services to a local non-denominational church, the City Church New Haven. The Shubert Theatre once premiered many major theatrical productions before their Broadway debuts.
Productions that premiered at the Shubert include Oklahoma! Bow Tie Cinemas owns and operates the Criterion Cinemas, the first new movie theater to open in New Haven in over 30 years and the first luxury movie complex in the city's history. The Criterion has seven screens and opened in November , showing a mix of upscale first run commercial and independent film. New Haven has a variety of museums, many of them associated with Yale. Artspace on Orange Street is one of several contemporary art galleries around the city, showcasing the work of local, national, and international artists.
Others include City Gallery and A. Leaf Gallery in the downtown area.
The Erector Square complex in the Fair Haven neighborhood houses, the Parachute Factory gallery along with numerous artist studios, and the complex serves as an active destination during City-Wide Open Studios held yearly in October. New Haven is the home port of a life-size replica of the historical Freedom Schooner Amistad , which is open for tours at Long Wharf pier at certain times during the summer.
Also at Long Wharf pier is the Quinnipiack schooner, offering sailing cruises of the harbor area throughout the summer.
The Quinnipiack also functions as a floating classroom for hundreds of local students. The New Haven Green is the site of many free music concerts, especially during the summer months. The Jazz Festival, which began in , is one of the longest-running free outdoor festivals in the U. The city has retained an alternative art and music underground that has helped to influence post-punk era music movements such as indie , college rock and underground hip-hop. The Yale School of Music contributes to the city's music scene by offering hundreds of free concerts throughout the year at venues in and around the Yale campus.
Large performances are held in the 2,seat Woolsey Hall auditorium, which contains the world's largest symphonic organs , while chamber music and recitals are performed in Sprague Hall.
Hardcore band Hatebreed are from Wallingford , but got their start in New Haven under the name Jasta The band Miracle Legion formed in New Haven in The Hillhouse Opera Company is a U. Founded in by Victoria Leigh Gardner, Nicole Rodriguez and Jim Coatsworth Hillhouse Opera Company has performed operas as well as opera scenes programs, master classes and concert series. The Riverview Opera Project created workshops for children and adolescents at Riverview Hospital, Connecticut's only state-funded psychiatric hospital for youth, and helped them to successfully create, produce, and perform four original operas.
New Haven's Saint Patrick's Day parade, which began in , is New England 's oldest and draws the largest crowds of any one-day spectator event in Connecticut. Andrew the Apostle Italian Festival has taken place in the historic Wooster Square neighborhood every year since Other parishes in the city celebrate the Feast of Saint Anthony of Padua and a carnival in honor of St. Bernadette Soubirous.
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The Festival now draws well over 5, visitors. The Film Fest New Haven has been held annually since In the past decade downtown has seen an influx of new restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Large crowds are drawn to the Crown Street area downtown on weekends where many of the restaurants and bars are located.
Away from downtown, Upper State Street has a number of restaurants and bars popular with local residents and weekend visitors. The city is also served by several student-run papers, including the Yale Daily News , the weekly Yale Herald and a humor tabloid, Rumpus Magazine. New Haven has a history of professional sports franchises dating back to the 19th century  and has been the home to professional baseball , basketball , football , hockey , and soccer teams—including the New York Giants of the National Football League from to , who played at the Yale Bowl.