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Tuned In

Halfway through “What’s Happening Brother” off his 1971 album What’s Going On?, Marvin Gaye takes a break from his mellow crooning to ask in surprisingly conversational tones, “What’s happening, my man?” …

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Season’s Readings

With the temperature hovering around freezing and many of us hunkered down at home, there’s one old-fashioned entertainment that endures without wi-fi, masks or six-foot measures…

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Solo Six

Cardboard is, according to artist Henry Klimowicz, “a valueless material.” Yet what he does with it belies the statement. …

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Adjustment Period

The word “pivot” may bring to mind an iconic scene from Friends, in which Ross, Rachel and Chandler attempt to…

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Mixing and A-Mingling

A nontraditional playlist, for a nontraditional Christmas: …

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Space-Time Continuum

The clock is literally ticking at Kehler Liddell Gallery…

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Outside Tracks

Long ago, the New Haven colony had outposts down the coast, as far away as what we now call Philadelphia. Today, New Haven’s diaspora goes in all directions, including…

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Air Waves

At a time when interviewers are as likely to interrupt and shout as to listen, it’s a relief to hear Khalilah Brown-Dean’s level, warm voice on the airwaves. …

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’Tis Still the Season

A photo essay. To view all 20 photos, check out the email edition

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Government Agency

In 1961, Robert A. Dahl, then the chair of political science at Yale, published what would become a seminal book on “the political structure of a typical American city”—New Haven. Who Governs? Democracy and Power in an American City traces …

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