Tag Archives: 32 Edgewood Avenue Gallery

Pulp Nonfiction

Black History Month is over, but black history isn’t—especially inside Yale’s 32 Edgewood Avenue Gallery, where, for three more days, some 65 objects give black voices from the past 90 years renewed volume. …

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This Week in New Haven (January 4 – 10)

Wee Gee Was Here by Will Lustenader

Watchers have a lot of lookers to see; listeners have a lot of sounders to hear; and the two camps have more than one reason to get together, this week in New Haven. …

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Seeing, and Believing

Modernism suits us. It suited us long before there was even a word for it, and it suits us now, decades after it officially went out of style.…

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This Week in New Haven (October 6 – 12)

House of Wax

It’s only the first full week of October, and already Halloween beckons with a delightfully gnarled finger. The arts also make a strong play for attention…

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