Tag Archives: COVID-19

Bearing Gifts

The Yale University Art Gallery is open again and with it some fresh, crowd-pleasing installations. …

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’20/’21

Leilim Chang-Salazar loves graduations. The graduates’ sense of accomplishment, their families’ pride, the traditions, the pomp and circumstance—“I love it. It just makes me cry, even if it’s not even mine,” she says. …

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Medicinal Purpose

The COVID-19 health crisis has underscored many of the disparities in our public health system. It has also revealed what works…

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Spirits Raised

This Christmas, we’re savoring the lights, and the music, and the holiday spirit.

But we’re also relishing in the city’s spirit…

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Movable Feast

Who could have imagined last Thanksgiving that gathering for this Thanksgiving would be so dangerous? …

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That’s the Spirit!

Public health warnings to “keep a distance” are a nightmare for kids on Halloween. “Door to door trick or treating is not recommended” this year, a New Haven Health Department flyer warns.

But New Haveners are adapting. …

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Feast Your Eyes

A photo essay. To view all 16 images, check out the email edition.

For six-plus months, the pandemic put the city’s most sumptuous visual spreads on ice. Today…

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Screen Protection

Movie theaters are shuttered, streaming is up…

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Alone, Together

It’s early April, or Week 3 of sheltering in place. …

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This Week in New Haven (March 16 – ?)

Normally, we spend our Mondays highlighting things to see and places to go in the week ahead. …

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