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Merry Going Round

A photo essay. To view all 14 images, check out the email version.

Last night on the New Haven Green, at the city’s annual Christmas tree lighting, holiday cheer went round and round…

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Faithful Interpretations

Szopki detail in Christmas in Poland at the Knights of Columbus Museum

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The annual Christmastime crèche exhibition at…

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Altered State

Olivia Bonilla during Alternative Space Weekend, 2018

A photo essay. To view all 40 images, check out the email version.

Drop the first “n” from Alternative Space Weekend…

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Art Attack

Photos exhibited by Ebony B in Erector Square

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Last Saturday and Sunday, the 2018 edition of City-Wide Open Studios, a…

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House Warming

Canal Dock Boathouse

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After two decades of setbacks and successes, the Canal Dock Boathouse marks its …

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One Night Only

Escapade: An Unusual Experience, a dancing, singing (or at least lip syncing) drag show that …

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City Life

Possum on Chapel Street, New Haven

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The population of New Haven is about 130,000.

Or is it? …

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Formal Recognition

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Culminating with Monday’s commencement ceremony, Yale is spending the weekend celebrating its community’s extraordinary achievements. …

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Special Delivery

Radio Tower Park, Hamden

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How’s your reception? …

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Striking Gold

"Sonoran Sun" at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History

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Technically, it comes in leaves, crystals, plates and dust. Romantically, it comes in flowers, fingers, flames and suns. …

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