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For decades, the Pirelli Building, a.k.a. the Armstrong Rubber Building, has been stuck in the past…

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This Week in New Haven (October 11 – 17)

Step outside, inside, up and around, and not just while learning a few new moves.

Monday, October 11
At 1 p.m., an Indigenous Peoples’ Day event celebrates “indigenous peoples from Turtle Island and beyond” outside City Hall (165 Church St, …

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Movie Magic

Outdoor movie showings have “a different magic,” says Francesca Vignola, director of marketing and events for Town Green District. “I liked going to them [even] before I was responsible for putting them on.” …

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This Week in New Haven (October 4 – 10)

Experimental jazz fills more than one indoor space while outdoor harbingers of Halloween benefit from eerily pleasant weather. …

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Hot off the Griddle

In a time of rampant inflation, Bulldog Hotdogs is the rare New Haven restaurant whose entrees start at $3.50. The branding of the establishment, opened about a month ago on the Broadway median, is of course a nod to Yale. …

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This Week in New Haven (September 27 – October 3)

You don’t have to navigate boobytrapped temples or obscure historical arcana to find this week’s treasures. …

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This Week in New Haven (September 20 – 26)

Fall into current affairs, live music, visual art and, you know, Fall. …

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Central Air

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From hundreds of feet away on a cloudy August morning…

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This Week in New Haven (September 13 – 19)

The last full week of summer encourages being out and about. …

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Rain and Shine

A photo essay. To view all 26 photos (and at higher quality), check out the email edition. 

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