Mr. Mix-It

A black-and-white man carved from rolling hills, bird’s-eye cornfields and fat streaks of lightning gives new meaning to the phrase “double-breasted jacket.” Below a tense, corded neck, his suit splits off-center, leaving two ties cinched in …

Amanda Anatra of Experience Ananda

Touch Base

In the 1960s, psychologist Sidney Jourard did a little anecdotal research. Sitting in various cafes at various times in various parts of the world, he counted the number of times two people sharing coffee would touch one another during the course …

Roger Sherman portrait in New Haven City Hall

Sherman’s March

The second level of City Hall has a chronological gallery of portraits featuring New Haven’s past mayors. Up the stairs directly ahead of the main entrance, it’s hard to…

Duo Dickinson

Creation Story

“Religion and architecture are pretty similar,” Duo Dickinson says, wearing a herringbone sport coat and a smile that reaches its widest point with ease. “They can have bad outcomes with really wonderful intentions.” …

Chandelier at Lyric Hall, New Haven

This Week in New Haven (February 8 – 14)

With Valentine’s Day looming, love is in the air. Drifting alongside it are riveting stories and sparkling cocktail conversation, plus a soundtrack to fit the …

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Mr. Mix-It

A black-and-white man carved from rolling hills, bird’s-eye cornfields and fat streaks of lightning gives new meaning to the phrase “double-breasted jacket.” Below a tense, corded neck, his suit splits off-center, leaving two ties cinched in …

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Touch Base

Amanda Anatra of Experience Ananda

In the 1960s, psychologist Sidney Jourard did a little anecdotal research. Sitting in various cafes at various times in various parts of the world, he counted the number of times two people sharing coffee would touch one another during the course …

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Sherman’s March

Roger Sherman portrait in New Haven City Hall

The second level of City Hall has a chronological gallery of portraits featuring New Haven’s past mayors. Up the stairs directly ahead of the main entrance, it’s hard to…

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Creation Story

Duo Dickinson

“Religion and architecture are pretty similar,” Duo Dickinson says, wearing a herringbone sport coat and a smile that reaches its widest point with ease. “They can have bad outcomes with really wonderful intentions.” …

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This Week in New Haven (February 8 – 14)

Chandelier at Lyric Hall, New Haven

With Valentine’s Day looming, love is in the air. Drifting alongside it are riveting stories and sparkling cocktail conversation, plus a soundtrack to fit the …

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Elevators

Air Rights Garage, New Haven

New Haven’s parking garages don’t just have elevators; they are elevators. From their bases, they raise the city’s gaze. From their roofs, they lift its perspective. …

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