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This Week in New Haven (September 26 – October 2)

Escapade at Lyric Hall

Talk isn’t cheap—though it is free—during a week begun by speech and ended by agreeably seasonal affairs. …

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This Week in New Haven (September 19 – 25)

A bonanza literary fest and a retro dress-up party, with two big Bens between, bookend a wild week in the Elm City. …

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Secret Garden

A photo essay.

Editor’s Note: The exact address of this story’s subject has been withheld for privacy reasons.

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On the Outs

A photo essay.

Of summer’s many symbols, the most American is baseball. Not major or minor league; not varsity or little league; but sandlot-style ball—raw, disorganized, unkempt baseball. …

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This Week in New Haven (September 12 – 18)

New Haven Grand Prix

From conscientiousness to creativity, New Haven this week cycles through many of its finest impulses—including a love of cycling. …

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Grand Opening

Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library

In May 2015, the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library closed to students and the public.

Today, after a 16-month renovation, it reopens. …

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This Week in New Haven (September 5 – 11)

Lines are drawn—also run, strummed, spoken, painted, read, ridden, sung, printed and sculpted—this week in New Haven. …

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Drama-rama

A photo essay.

Presented each summer ’neath sky and bough, Elm Shakespeare Company’s annual rendition of one of its namesake’s plays is …

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This Week in New Haven (August 29 – September 4)

Odyssey Festival

Jazz and blues provide the cool, urbane soundtrack to a week marked by warm, country-style experiences. …

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Writer’s Complex

Chandra Prasad

“Monetizing” isn’t often a priority for adolescents who aspire to become novelists—or at least, it wasn’t common among those who came of age before the internet did…

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