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Playing Through

In lieu of theater seating, no longer an option in the time of COVID, Yale Cabaret’s Jimmy Stubbs came up with a novel alternative: the bathtub. …

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Be Their Guest

The “open” in City-Wide Open Studios this year may simply entail opening your laptop, but it’s still possible to visit a few local artists in their natural habitats if you plan ahead. …

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’Borne and Raised

The first notes of Airborne Charlie’s eponymous debut album, out today, materialize like raindrops on water, delicate and rippling. …

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Time Apart

“Primer on canvas,” begins the list of media for a celebrated work by the artist Damien Hirst. Familiar enough. But the list goes on: “pupae, steel, potted flowers, live butterflies, Formica, MDF, bowls, sugar-water solution, fruit, radiators, heaters, cool misters, …

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Mural Fortitude

A warning appears at the entrance…

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Messages Received

Once the site of garden parties for the well-heeled guests of Grace T. Ely, the back yard of the Ely Center of Contemporary Art is hosting once more. …

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Feast Your Eyes

A photo essay. To view all 16 images, check out the email edition.

For six-plus months, the pandemic put the city’s most sumptuous visual spreads on ice. Today…

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Patio Sets

Like your best friend’s backyard, the patio at The Cellar on Treadwell is intimate and casual, with a do-it-yourself vibe. Unlike your friend’s place, there’s a professional chef in the kitchen and…

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Rewriting History

In its newest exhibition, Artspace expands the definition of creativity to include activists and the way in which they, like artists, reimagine the world. …

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Rare Birds

At the end of February, more than 100 people gathered on the sixth floor of the Blake Hotel to inaugurate the city’s newest exhibition space: The Gallery, curated by Kehler Liddell Gallery. It was the opening of the first show, …

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