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Data Recovery

W.E.B. Du Bois was an early giant of the Civil Rights movement. He also has a New Haven connection…

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Back in the Groove

After being frozen out all winter, live music is springing up around the city. …

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Physical Therapy

For the past three years, the Ely Center of Contemporary Art has issued an Open Call. Artists from anywhere can…

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In Unison

The Greater New Haven Community Chorus has been singing for 57 years. In all that time, they’ve never faced a year like this one, when singing with others has been labeled one of the most dangerous activities a person can …

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Life Story

In Anatar Marmol-Gagné’s hands, a little puppet—a white creature with fuzzy green eyes and big, pink-filled ears—has come to life. …

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Access Panel

A camera travels up a stairway, around a corner, down a hall. A key unlocks a door. “Hi, everybody. Welcome to my studio,” says New Haven artist Susan McCaslin. …

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Starring: Elm City

New Haven’s had an impressive Hollywood career, as suggested by these 10 movies spanning over half a century. …

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World Processing

For Meg Bloom, a walk in the woods isn’t just a walk. She’s likely to come home with bark and twigs and vines, all destined to become part of her art. In Buried in the Bones, on exhibit at …

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Top 10

There’s more than a modicum of art worth seeing in Artspace’s new exhibition Modicum, though the degree to which that’s true can’t be gleaned from a single viewing. …

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Super Men

Watch the right highlight reel and you’ll see #33 on the Miami Dolphins plow through the Buffalo Bills defensive line. That’s running back and Hamden native Rich Diana, who …

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