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The first house Steve Rodgers built was for his wife, Jesse. …

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Record Players

Round, grooved slabs with punchy inner labels and some heft to them. Hundreds of parallel lines forming bar codes of color on shelves or in crates. Rich, warm sound with crackles and pops of character spreading across the room. …

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Eye Glass

Shaunda Holloway has been fascinated by textures ever since childhood. She remembers, as a kindergartener, “sticking my entire hand on a cactus and being in the [school] nurse’s office all day long.” …

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Intimate Conversation

Don’t touch the art, a sign warns—except for Hương Ngô’s books, which you must touch in order to read them. …

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Broader Way

“Talk with me. We got so much to talk about,” says the man on the stage. …

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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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