New Haven Improvisers Collective

Elastic Band

Nearly 10 years in, members of the New Haven Improvisers Collective still like to figure it out as they go. During NHIC’s open-call workshops, held every last Monday of the month at Never Ending Books (810 State St, New Haven), …

Sheila Levrant de Bretteville in the Ninth Square

Starring Roles

Next time you’re strolling through New Haven’s Ninth Square district, look down.

You’ve probably walked by, or on, them before: 21 granite stars embedded in the sidewalks of Orange and Crown Streets.…

Julie Greenwood, Squash Haven

Game Changer

Squash is a lot like tennis, only… squashed. The court is less than a third the size, and instead of having separate sides, opponents have to share every inch of the playing surface. The time between shots is condensed,…

Music Haven by Kathleen Cei

This Week in New Haven (November 17 – 23)

Places of worship take their place behind New Haven’s proverbial pulpit this week, hosting a holiday shopping tradition of 22 years; an epic coming-together…

New Haven Symphony Orchestra

Sound and Vision

You can’t accuse William Boughton of fiddling around. As the dapper music director and conductor of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, he’s been instrumental in helping that august 120-year-old…

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Elastic Band

New Haven Improvisers Collective

Nearly 10 years in, members of the New Haven Improvisers Collective still like to figure it out as they go. During NHIC’s open-call workshops, held every last Monday of the month at Never Ending Books (810 State St, New Haven), …

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Starring Roles

Sheila Levrant de Bretteville in the Ninth Square

Next time you’re strolling through New Haven’s Ninth Square district, look down.

You’ve probably walked by, or on, them before: 21 granite stars embedded in the sidewalks of Orange and Crown Streets.…

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Game Changer

Julie Greenwood, Squash Haven

Squash is a lot like tennis, only… squashed. The court is less than a third the size, and instead of having separate sides, opponents have to share every inch of the playing surface. The time between shots is condensed,…

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This Week in New Haven (November 17 – 23)

Music Haven by Kathleen Cei

Places of worship take their place behind New Haven’s proverbial pulpit this week, hosting a holiday shopping tradition of 22 years; an epic coming-together…

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Sound and Vision

New Haven Symphony Orchestra

You can’t accuse William Boughton of fiddling around. As the dapper music director and conductor of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, he’s been instrumental in helping that august 120-year-old…

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Brew Comer

The Simpel at the Overshores taproom

Over in East Haven, young upstart Overshores Brewing Company is doing things a little differently. Actually, a lot differently: it’s Connecticut’s first and only Belgian-style brewery.…

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