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Interior Design

A photo essay. To view all 34 images, check out the email version.

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Broad Casting

Disc jockey Lisa Sahulka is spinning up Miles Davis and Keb’ Mo’ as I pull into the parking lot at the University of Bridgeport. …

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Photo Credit

Whose photo is it, anyway?

That’s the central question asked by Collaboration: A Potential History of Photography

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Play Back

Erik Golinowski

It might seem brazen to name your business The Only Game in Town, but it’s pretty much true. …

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Frame of Mind

Visiting an art museum usually means strolling past hundreds of works. Lingering before the ones that capture your interest, you might…

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Real to Reel

The 16-millimeter movie cameras are tricky to use. …

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Free Speech Zone

Mo Green, Denver Sproul, Ish Gupta, Cliff Mula, Brooke Louellen, Mega Harrison, Alex Tomaselli and Young Southpaw at Bat Soup

Under pink and blue lights on a rainy Thursday, The State House hosted a standup comedy marathon featuring a dozen acts. …

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More Power

If you’ve ever consumed a Doonesbury comic, a John Mellencamp album, a Bret Easton Ellis novel, an East Rock Brewing Company beer or a New Haven Pecha Kucha night, chances are you’ve…

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Adaptive Evolution

It was lunchtime during the Arts & Ideas Festival, and people had gathered in clusters on the New Haven Green to be stirred up by familiar Motown and dance funk hits. The music was the breezily familiar stuff on the …

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Group Text

Until recently, the word “book” usually meant “codex”—a text made up of pages sewn or glued together on one edge—as opposed to a scroll, for example, or a tablet of stone or clay. …

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