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Forget Them Not

Some names are universally recognized. Who hasn’t heard of Helen Keller, Walt Whitman, Christopher Columbus or Thomas Edison? Others are of more dubious fame…

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Sewing and Reaping

The geometric pattern in shades of red appears at first to be random. …

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Faithful Interpretations

Szopki detail in Christmas in Poland at the Knights of Columbus Museum

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The annual Christmastime crèche exhibition at…

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Movie Times

Ciné 4 - New Haven, CT

If you’re among the first to arrive for a movie at the Ciné 4, you take maybe 10 or 11 steps from your car to the main door. If you arrive later–or even late–it may be 20 steps. …

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Soul of Wit

Sylvia Forges-Ryan

What began as an attempt to write through the busy years of raising a family took an unexpected turn for Sylvia Forges-Ryan. …

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Captive Ingredient

Hiran Abeysekera in the U.S. premiere of THE PRISONER, text and stage direction by Peter Brook and Marié-Hélène Estienne, Yale Repertory Theatre, 2018. Photo by Joan Marcus.

The Prisoner, now enjoying its US premiere on Yale Repertory Theatre’s stage, is more parable than play, though it’s a parable that declines to reveal a clear lesson. …

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Mural Support

One of the most valued items in the Great Hall at the Peabody Museum of Natural History is only 71 years old, a mere newborn compared to the fossilized bones of the museum’s famous brontosaurus. …

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Altered State

Olivia Bonilla during Alternative Space Weekend, 2018

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Drop the first “n” from Alternative Space Weekend…

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Sonic View

In the “letter scene” of Tchaikovsky’s opera Eugene Onegin, based on a book by Alexander Pushkin, the young and inexperienced Tatiana composes a heartfelt letter…

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Home Economics

Linda Powell and Tasha Lawrence in The Roommate at Long Wharf Theatre

Americans love roommates. Think Oscar and Felix, Laverne and Shirley, Joey and Chandler. Playwright Jen Silverman offers her own take on this classic relationship…

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