Tag Archives: City-Wide Open Studios

Wonders Wandered

Alfred Carlton Gilbert would approve.

When A. C. was around, the labyrinthine Fair Haven complex now dubbed Erector Square—after the iconic…

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All-Inclusive

This past Saturday and Sunday, “Transported Weekend” really put the “city-wide” in City-Wide Open Studios. …

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Alternative Scenery

“Alternative Space Weekend” is right.

Each room inside the rustic, industrial Goffe Street Armory, where City-Wide Open Studios enjoyed its many-splendored 2015 opener this past…

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This Week in New Haven (October 12 – 18)

Silas Finch

This week is full of productions—live performances rehearsed over and over again to achieve refinement and consistency. This weekend is full of…

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This Week in New Haven (October 5 – 11)

Goffe Street Armory

Appreciate this: every last listed event this week amounts to some kind of remembrance, recognition or tribute—to deserving people past and present, plus a local street.…

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This Week in New Haven (October 14 – 20)

Music Haven photo by Kathleen Cei

Music, astronomy, theater, charity, food, empowerment, visual arts and film, in that order, sate the senses and engage the intellect this week, reminding us why New Haven is such a lively place to live.…

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This Week in New Haven (October 7 – 13)

Sarah Stillman

An acclaimed poet, four bestselling fiction authors and an award-winning investigative journalist bring their writers’ voices off the pages and into New Haven on Tuesday, Wednesday…

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This Week in New Haven (October 15 – 21)

ManDove

Take flight this week in New Haven with flamenco dancing, a documentary about singing doves and superheroes reading books to kids. Oh, and a time machine. Bon voyage!

Monday, October 15
The annual Post-It exhibit of the Student Arts League …

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Upside Downtown

LAMP 2011

Call it Fright Aid.

A former Rite Aid pharmacy building at the corner of Whalley Avenue and Dwight Street, vacant for several years, has been transformed for just a few weeks into an iParty Halloween Store. For a couple more …

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This Week in New Haven (Oct 8 – 14)

Ratatouille at Yale Peabody Museum

Poets, pandas, and punk puppets! Oh, my! This week in New Haven takes on mythic proportions—an urban farmer who’s won a MacArthur Grant, a rat that cooks French cuisine, and the dis-tressed classical grandeur of Samson and Delilah. Rising above …

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