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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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Space Exploration

The new name, NXTHVN, is painted on the doors, but that doesn’t immediately say as much as the old sign…

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Curtain Call

There were signs early on that Victoria Nolan, who just retired after 27 years as Yale Repertory Theatre’s managing director, was destined for the job. …

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Big Pictures

Ebony McKelvey’s five-year-old daughter, Jules, pointed to an advertising poster at a mall one day and said, “Mom, that should be me up there.” …

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Conversation Piece

Yale’s architecture is aflutter with birds. Some are phoenixes, some are eagles, more are owls. Yet for the last several years, a mysterious newcomer has been standing watch over Bulldog territory…

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Set in Motion

It feels great to get up and move around, to literally be inside a gallery again, surrounded by art. It’s exciting to be able to peer in close, to stand back, to sense the work all around you. So it’s …

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Filled Glass

Maria Morabito’s Plurality of Voices reads like a line of music. …

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