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Now that we’re all self-isolating, the question posed by this photo essay from 2018 is more relevant than ever.

How’s your reception? …

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Swatching the Parade

As the city hibernates in response to the coronavirus pandemic, we’re reaching into our archives. On this year’s paradeless St. Patrick’s Day, please enjoy this procession of photos from 2018. 

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This Week in New Haven (March 16 – ?)

Normally, we spend our Mondays highlighting things to see and places to go in the week ahead. …

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For the Count

When the nation’s first census was taken in 1790, New Haven was the 17th-most populous city in America, with 4,487 inhabitants. The 24th decennial count this year will…

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Justice League

The staff at Connecticut Bail Fund begins each week with a list of pretrial detainees they intend to bail out. They…

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House Warming

Maybe it’s caught your eye: a little glass hut atop the new Yale Science Building that glows orange in the winter dusk. …

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Status Check

- Photography by Marc Hors -

In its 382-year history, New Haven has often served as a sanctuary for those in need, from the Puritan settlers who viewed it as a religious and economic “haven” to the more than…

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Leap Away

Tomorrow is Leap Day, which occurs every four years.

Or does it? …

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Book Keepers

“It wasn’t that time stopped in the library. It was as if it were captured, collected here,” the author Susan Orlean writes in her 2018 book The Library Book. …

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Feature Presentations

We’re still in the afterglow of Oscar season, when films are serious, celebrities are practitioners and cinematographers’ color choices carry…

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