Tag Archives: Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library

All Together Now

Lillian and Russell Hoban aren’t exactly household names. “But even if you don’t know who they are, you know the books,” says Elizabeth Frengel, head of research services at the Beinecke Library. …

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This Week in New Haven (September 18 – 24)

Inception (2010)

The first part is pretty dreamy, while the second is pretty yummy. …

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The Things I Didn’t Know

Roxana Robinson

August is Summer Reading Month in Daily Nutmeg. Please enjoy this excerpt from Roxana Robinson’s “The Secret Societies,” published in New Haven Noir

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Free Time

Dunlap Broadside - Declaration of Independence - Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library

Philosophers consider independence a “negative” liberty—a “freedom from,” as opposed to a “freedom to.” Of course, in practice, when you’re freer from this, you’re generally freer to that. …

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This Week in New Haven (June 12 – 18)

Black Girl: Linguistic Play by Camille A. Brown

It’s beginning to feel a lot like summer—which, in New Haven, means the International Festival of Arts & Ideas is heating up. …

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This Week in New Haven (March 6 – 12)

Nancy Kuhl at the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library

As America celebrates Women’s History Month, women in New Haven take center stage—until Sunday, anyway, when St. Patrick gets his big annual tribute. …

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Out in the World

A photo essay. To view all 15 shots, check out the email version.

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Dear Claude, 

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This Week in New Haven (January 23 – 29)

Kaleidoscope at City Gallery

This week aims to move us—through time, around downtown, about the country and across the dance floor. …

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Stacked Deck

New Haven really stacks up.

For example, in this city, you don’t have to work too hard to find a good stack of food. Vito’s sandwiches are reliable and comforting. Meat & Co.’s are complex and gourmet.…

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Peaks and Valley

Yosemite Valley, Glacier Point Trail (c. 1873) by Albert Bierstadt - Yale University Art Gallery - New Haven, CT

A photo essay. (To view all the photos, check out the email version of this story.)

Of the many objects I noted while exploring Yosemite: Exploring the Incomparable Valley, exhibiting now at …

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