Leitner Family Observatory and Planetarium

Seeing Stars

Space out with this updated article from March 7, 2013.

Whooooa!” a young boy exclaims during a Tuesday night show at Yale’s Leitner Family Observatory and Planetarium.…

City Year Books archived at the NHFPL

Record Books

The beginning of a new school year has us thinking about old yearbooks.

Turns out New Haven is the birthplace of the college yearbook in America. The still-going Yale Banner points to its…

Four Flours cookies

Cookies ’n’ Dream

The aroma of fresh-baked cookies, brownies and other goodies envelops you as soon as you cross the threshold of Robin Schaffer’s Woodbridge home. Sweet scents of brown sugar and chocolate mingle,…

Neighborhood Music School Greater New Haven Concert Band conducted by Rachel Antonucci

In Tune

Imagine arriving in a foreign land, exhausted from an arduous journey, unaccustomed to the native language and struggling to get a foothold as you begin a new life. How would you acclimate? Where would you go for help?…

Hands That Make (2014) by Susan Clinard

This Week in New Haven (September 15 – 21)

New Haven’s arts scene really outdoes itself this week. A young but important literary festival offers unparalleled opportunities to bask in the…

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Seeing Stars

Leitner Family Observatory and Planetarium

Space out with this updated article from March 7, 2013.

Whooooa!” a young boy exclaims during a Tuesday night show at Yale’s Leitner Family Observatory and Planetarium.…

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Record Books

City Year Books archived at the NHFPL

The beginning of a new school year has us thinking about old yearbooks.

Turns out New Haven is the birthplace of the college yearbook in America. The still-going Yale Banner points to its…

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Cookies ’n’ Dream

Four Flours cookies

The aroma of fresh-baked cookies, brownies and other goodies envelops you as soon as you cross the threshold of Robin Schaffer’s Woodbridge home. Sweet scents of brown sugar and chocolate mingle,…

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In Tune

Neighborhood Music School Greater New Haven Concert Band conducted by Rachel Antonucci

Imagine arriving in a foreign land, exhausted from an arduous journey, unaccustomed to the native language and struggling to get a foothold as you begin a new life. How would you acclimate? Where would you go for help?…

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This Week in New Haven (September 15 – 21)

Hands That Make (2014) by Susan Clinard

New Haven’s arts scene really outdoes itself this week. A young but important literary festival offers unparalleled opportunities to bask in the…

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Yale World Fellows 2014

32-year-old Syrian pro-democracy activist Rami Nakhla (pictured second) is happy to be spending this fall in New Haven. For that matter, he’s happy to be spending it anywhere.

Nakhla—here as a participant…

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