For a Song (or Two)

You have to be brave to get up in front of a crowd and sing, but every week ordinary people do just that—often, admittedly, emboldened by liquid courage. …

Yale's Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall

Door Frame

New Haven has better reason than most to think about its doors. …

Pol Vault

Just up the block of State Street that holds New Haven’s only Polish church—St. Stanislaus, Bishop and Martyr—is the city’s only Polish delicatessen. …

Banner Day

A small crowd stood on the sidewalk last Thursday, bracing themselves against a cold wind as they gazed up at the face of the Goffe Street Armory. …

A Squash Haven match in Yale's Brady Squash Center

This Week in New Haven (January 14 – 20)

A life-sized board game, a man divided 69 ways, a total lunar eclipse—and that’s just the weekend. …

Recent Articles

Blending In

Alan Radin makes house calls. He takes with him his entire workshop—pigments, chemicals, glues and fills, plus brushes, tools, hardware and anything else he might need…

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Wet Noodles

Even if the notion of ramen already conjures in your mind the real thing—a flavorful bowl of long-simmered broth and fresh ingredients, not a pre-packaged cup of freeze-dried noodles—Kuro Shiro is a pleasant surprise. …

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All Hail the Kings

Caspar, Melchior and Balthasar have made their appearance in the Knights of Columbus-sponsored crèche at the corner of Chapel and Church Streets; presented their gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh…

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This Week in New Haven (January 7 – 13)

A partial still from The Thin Red Line (1998)

War is hell, but as one event this week demonstrates, war onscreen can be heavenly. …

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Tug of War

The bells of Christ Church toll six o’clock as 14 people gather…

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Bead-Keeping

It wasn’t literally the Holy Grail, but it was quite a find, the kind archaeologists must dream about. …

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