Gray Organschi Architecture

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It turned an empty concrete bunker into a glittering tapas bar. It took an old fire station and made a dynamic watering hole. It transformed a derelict warehouse into a sleek workspace.…

River Blue

On a Saturday afternoon in August, I saw a man perched over six or seven ropes that’d been cast into the West River. On their submerged ends were traps, a chicken leg attached to each for bait. As he hauled …

Eddie Prendergast with Pencilgrass at The Ballroom at The Outer Space

Here and Gone

“You gotta break all the rules if you ever wanna be the champion,” intones frontman/songwriter Eddie Prendergast’s tangy yet buttery baritone on Pencilgrass’s funky epic “Soul Train Champion.” Unsaid is that…

Odyssey: A Greek Festival

This Week in New Haven (August 31 – September 6)

Labor Day weekend, synonymous with kicking back and enjoying yourself, is nigh. Accordingly, things get progressively celebratory this week in New Haven…

Harkness Tower at Yale

Time Machines

There are countless clocks counting down downtown—telling you the number of hours and minutes you have before your parking meter peters out, and flashing the number of seconds you have before cars start crossing…

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Gray Organschi Architecture

It turned an empty concrete bunker into a glittering tapas bar. It took an old fire station and made a dynamic watering hole. It transformed a derelict warehouse into a sleek workspace.…

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River Blue

On a Saturday afternoon in August, I saw a man perched over six or seven ropes that’d been cast into the West River. On their submerged ends were traps, a chicken leg attached to each for bait. As he hauled …

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Here and Gone

Eddie Prendergast with Pencilgrass at The Ballroom at The Outer Space

“You gotta break all the rules if you ever wanna be the champion,” intones frontman/songwriter Eddie Prendergast’s tangy yet buttery baritone on Pencilgrass’s funky epic “Soul Train Champion.” Unsaid is that…

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This Week in New Haven (August 31 – September 6)

Odyssey: A Greek Festival

Labor Day weekend, synonymous with kicking back and enjoying yourself, is nigh. Accordingly, things get progressively celebratory this week in New Haven…

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Time Machines

Harkness Tower at Yale

There are countless clocks counting down downtown—telling you the number of hours and minutes you have before your parking meter peters out, and flashing the number of seconds you have before cars start crossing…

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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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