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This Week in New Haven (August 3 – 9)

A big name in jazz returns this week to the scene where he got his start, while local movie-makers take turns showing scenes on the silver screen…

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This Week in New Haven (April 27 – May 3)

Antelope by Rod Cook

This week walks and talks, starting out with a gut- and myth-busting talk one day and a lecture from a literary luminary the next. Then it’s on to copious…

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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 (August 11 – 17)

Best Video screening area

Between a classic film featuring a leading man in his prime, a play staged in a park under the night sky and a professional tennis tournament boasting major talent, we’re seeing stars…

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Hellos and Good Pies

Starry Pumpkin Pie with others at Pie On9

Yesterday evening during Pie On9, 130 pies made by locals, plus tunes from DJ TootSkee and drinks from 116 Crown, delighted hundreds of New Haveners while raising money for CitySeed.…

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This Week in New Haven (July 14 – 20)

Photographed by Paul Duda

Remarkable sights and sounds mark this midsummer week. There’s a movie involving the value of movies; an exhibit of photographs that play with realism; and musical performances running the…

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This Week in New Haven (August 12 – 18)

Wayne Escoffery

It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing. The New Haven Jazz Festival swings through town this week, and tennis rackets will be swinging fast and with great precision starting Friday at the…

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This Week in New Haven (August 5 – 11)

Explosions in the Sky

New Haven’s calendar this time of year seems pretty open at first blush. Many Elm Citizens are using up accrued vacation days with reckless abandon, and Yale is still quiet.…

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Soup Upped

Jessica Hazen | The Soup Girl

After years spent roasting, chopping and simmering in rented kitchen spaces and ladling on-the-go from a silver truck, Jessica Hazen, a.k.a. The Soup Girl, knew that opening a storefront was the next step.…

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Have Bread? Will Travel

Breads on display at a CitySeed Farmers' Market

My family’s oven had broken down, and we had to wait more than a week for the replacement parts to arrive.

I was crestfallen. I bake virtually all the family’s bread. Year-round. Even if it means cranking up the oven …

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