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This Week in New Haven (November 20 – 26)

Ian Galligan as Crumpet in Santaland Diaries

This week’s holiday cornucopia is stuffed with the offbeat and the impertinent. …

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Outside the Box

Sketching outside at Foote School

To view all 33 photos, check out the email version.

Corn and potatoes, mustard greens and arugula, strawberries and raspberries, lavender and tulips, sorrel and basil, cucumbers and …

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This Week in New Haven (November 13 – 19)

Ornament at the 2015 Trinity Holiday Bazaar

’Tis the season—or at least it feels like ’tis, with annual favorites invoking a spirit of giving and the weather finally nipping. …

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Good to Hear

Every day, we brush sixteenth notes across our teeth, drum rhythms into our cellphones, tap songs onto our keyboards.

Though it also makes music using some strange instruments, the Yale Percussion Group is…

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This Week in New Haven (November 6 – 12)

Anne Ewbank trying on a replica WWI uniform at the Knights of Columbus Museum

Democracy and war come to the front this week, as do food, theater and vinyl records. …

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Frights of Fancy

A photo essay.

Halloween warps your perception of things. …

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This Week in New Haven (October 30 – November 5)

Image detail from Machine Memory, photographed by William Frucht

After a bevy of Halloween celebrations, including two 26th annual ones, it’s not three whole days before …

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Headspaces

Martha Willette Lewis

A photo essay. To view all 35 images, check out the email version.

Last week’s Private Studios Weekend, the third of four weekends in this year’s City-Wide Open Studios, offered…

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This Week in New Haven (October 23 – 29)

Luis Antonio

Fictional frights like monsters meet factual ones like climate change, though Halloween itself is yet to come. …

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This Week in New Haven (October 16 – 22)

Adelie penguins in Antarctica (photo by Jason Auch)

Traveling voices visit us, before we travel around visiting local ones. …

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