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This Week in New Haven (March 2 – 8)

An unusual drawing series. A one-time dance performance. A jaw session with a humor writer. An intrigue-filled play. A roaming occasion with gallery stops. An inspired…

Ralph Walker Skating Rink

The Ice is Right

With March rolling around this weekend and a brutally cold winter still nipping, most of us are probably looking ahead to spring. The promise of a return to fair weather seems increasingly tantalizing now that the sun is once…

Bond is Words

People come to New Haven from all corners of the globe. Some are academics (or families of academics), here to teach or research. Some are refugees or people who have immigrated to join relatives here. Backgrounds as…

Surf and Turf

Once upon a time, beginning just after the Civil War, the West Haven shoreline harbored one of the most popular warm-weather resorts in New England, Savin Rock Amusement Park. With…

Ryan and Lisa with Typewriter_Photo by Lisa Daly and Ian Dunn

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A funny thing happened on the way into the Shubert last Thursday.

It was opening night for Seen Change!, A Broken Umbrella Theatre’s original tribute to the 100-year-old playhouse.…

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This Week in New Haven (March 2 – 8)

Arkadi Zaides

An unusual drawing series. A one-time dance performance. A jaw session with a humor writer. An intrigue-filled play. A roaming occasion with gallery stops. An inspired…

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The Ice is Right

Ralph Walker Skating Rink

With March rolling around this weekend and a brutally cold winter still nipping, most of us are probably looking ahead to spring. The promise of a return to fair weather seems increasingly tantalizing now that the sun is once…

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Bond is Words

People come to New Haven from all corners of the globe. Some are academics (or families of academics), here to teach or research. Some are refugees or people who have immigrated to join relatives here. Backgrounds as…

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Once upon a time, beginning just after the Civil War, the West Haven shoreline harbored one of the most popular warm-weather resorts in New England, Savin Rock Amusement Park. With…

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Ryan and Lisa with Typewriter_Photo by Lisa Daly and Ian Dunn

A funny thing happened on the way into the Shubert last Thursday.

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This Week in New Haven (February 23 – March 1)

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