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Songs of Summer

“We are hungry and thirsty for music,” and Make Music Day is the answer, says jazz/pop/soul artist Thabisa Rich…

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That’s Him!

“The Art Institute was yesterday afternoon the scene of a delicate and interesting experiment, upon the result of which a personal reputation may be said to have rested and certainly upon which the merit of a work of presumptive art …

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Underway

A cat on the stoop, plants in the window, laundry on the line between two colorful buildings. …

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Bearing Gifts

The Yale University Art Gallery is open again and with it some fresh, crowd-pleasing installations. …

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First Strings

On a breezy, clear afternoon last Friday with a daytime moon rising over New Haven Harbor, the delicate plucked notes of a viola and…

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Coming Back

When I arrived a little after 4:30 p.m. yesterday, rows of CRT monitors were flashing, and Journey’s “Any Way You Want It” was flying, and, as Barcade reopened its doors to declare that it had survived its latest boss fight …

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Arrows of Time

Nine arrows protrude from the wall just inside one window of City Gallery. …

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Real Imagination

Many of us have spent the past year imagining things: worst- and best-case scenarios, the world beyond our constricted orbits, activities we love but couldn’t do. So…

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Sound Effect

A photo essay. To view higher-quality images, check out the email version.

A little after 7 p.m. last Friday, the winds of change swept through…

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Cover to Cover

The Institute Library, founded as the Apprentices’ Literary Association in 1826, has occupied the same narrow Chapel Street building since 1878. Its stairs are grooved by countless footfalls, its catalog cards softened by countless fingers. Unlike…

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