Tag Archives: Center Church on the Green

Central Air

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From hundreds of feet away on a cloudy August morning…

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Lots and Lots

Finding and claiming a piece of local history is like panning a river for gold, except, in the Information Age, you can do it from home while wearing your jammies. …

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Tales from the Crypt

What do Benedict Arnold’s first wife, Rutherford B. Hayes’s grandmother and James Hillhouse’s uncle have in common? …

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This Week in New Haven (June 5 – 11)

Storr, Skye by Roy Money

An unusual sort of release party, receptions for well-traveled photography and a posh fashion show are some of the highlights this week in New Haven. …

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Time Machines

Harkness Tower at Yale

There are countless clocks counting down downtown—telling you the number of hours and minutes you have before your parking meter peters out, and flashing the number of seconds you have before cars start crossing…

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Ten, Nine, Eight…

New Haven Countdown

Tomorrow night’s countdown to the start of 2015 is also the countdown to the end of 2014. So we’re practicing ours a day early to make sure we get it right, with New Haven on the brain.…

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This Week in New Haven (May 26 – June 1)

"One Day" by Fethi Meghelli

The city’s tracklist this week is a zany assortment of local, legendary and liturgical. Its album art adds even more dimension, ranging from sunny to subterranean, with a skip…

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This Week in New Haven (November 11 – 17)

by Petra Szilagyi

Whether local or visiting, or rising or risen, New Haven embraces artists. This week, poets get fair hearings while visual artists inspire chit-chat…

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In Spires

Center Church on the Green

This Saturday on New Haven Green, you’re likely to run into someone who will offer you a cookie.

Go ahead, take it. It’s a peace offering. It’s a neighborly gesture. It’s a reflection on the history of New Haven. Plus, …

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This Week in New Haven (June 3 – 9)

Arts Council of Greater New Haven Arts on the Edge

It’s a great week of harmony in New Haven. It begins with a steel drum orchestra in a city park, continues with a community talent show raising funds for arts scholarships and wends its way through choral concerts and gallery …

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