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In Vienna, Austria, there stands a 135-year-old coffee bar called Café Sperl. It has a charming, vaguely Baroque interior decorated with intimate plush booths and tiny round two-seaters, and boasts a long history of…

Ian Lowe and Kyle Branzel in Murder For Two at Long Wharf Theatre

Murder, Staged

With Murder for Two, the crowd is in on it. The performers on stage not only wink and nod at you, both literally and figuratively, but also chastise you and apologize to you, and at one point…

Jesse Hameen II

Sticking Around

To jazz-drum is to lead, says Neighborhood Music School instructor Jesse Hameen II. “The proper name for what the drummer sits on is not a seat but a throne… It’s a seat of authority. You direct the pace, the rhythm, …

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This Week in New Haven (August 24 – 30)

As college students return to the city for another school year this week, other forces draw New Haveners outward—to North Haven, Madison…

Fair is Ferry

The State Street Bridge—looking spiffier than remembered thanks to new pavement, fresh road markings and refashioned side barriers—reopened a week ago, about four years and…

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Double Shot

Latte at Jojo's

In Vienna, Austria, there stands a 135-year-old coffee bar called Café Sperl. It has a charming, vaguely Baroque interior decorated with intimate plush booths and tiny round two-seaters, and boasts a long history of…

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Murder, Staged

Ian Lowe and Kyle Branzel in Murder For Two at Long Wharf Theatre

With Murder for Two, the crowd is in on it. The performers on stage not only wink and nod at you, both literally and figuratively, but also chastise you and apologize to you, and at one point…

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Sticking Around

Jesse Hameen II

To jazz-drum is to lead, says Neighborhood Music School instructor Jesse Hameen II. “The proper name for what the drummer sits on is not a seat but a throne… It’s a seat of authority. You direct the pace, the rhythm, …

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This Week in New Haven (August 24 – 30)

Pencilgrass

As college students return to the city for another school year this week, other forces draw New Haveners outward—to North Haven, Madison…

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Fair is Ferry

The State Street Bridge—looking spiffier than remembered thanks to new pavement, fresh road markings and refashioned side barriers—reopened a week ago, about four years and…

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Captain Deane Keller drove an estimated 60,000 miles around Italy during World War II, racing to preserve priceless works of art from looters, goons, mortar shells and fires.…

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