Tag Archives: DaSilva Gallery

Damp, Not Dampened

A photo essay.

Rain can be a downer, and not just because it falls. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 4 – 10)

Spring Rain (2016) by Amy Arledge

Don’t space out, or you’ll miss some great chances to space out this week, from a big show at The Space to a visit with a spaceman. …

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This Week in New Haven (February 29 – March 6)

Darlington, Wisconsin by David Ottenstein

March’s weather may not be coming in like a lion—this winter’s been pretty lamb-y—but its events calendar is. …

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This Week in New Haven (February 1 – 7)

2014 IRIS Run for Refugees. Photographed by Uma Ramiah.

A minor American holiday and a major American non-holiday put people in front of their TVs; a major non-American holiday pushes them out into the streets; and a fulfilling …

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This Week in New Haven (March 23 – 29)

Just a Band - Yale's Africa Salon

New Haven goes on a world tour this week, no packing necessary. Tuesday, an honorary European speaks about food and “celebration”…

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This Week in New Haven (February 2-8)

Sundogs and Satellites by Amy Arledge

Despite encroaching snow banks, New Haven manages to be a two-way street this week. On Wednesday, two postponed creative mixers get second…

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This Week in New Haven (January 5 – 11)

Photographed by Joy Bush

This week is defined by the senses of taste and hearing, and taste in hearing. A foodie event involving restaurant chefery offers the main course Thursday…

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This Week in New Haven (July 15 – 21)

Kisses

You’ve got to love the libraries. They are your salvation during this time of year, when many other city institutions are on vacation or have scaled down their activities. At New Haven’s main Ives library on Elm Street or at …

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This Week in New Haven (March 11 – 17)

Stephen Haynes performs at Firehouse 12 this Friday

In with the new! The only dinosaurs this week are at Yale’s Peabody Museum, where they ought to be. Elsewhere, all is fresh and forward-thinking. Young singers, progressive jazzmen and socially conscious artists and visionaries lead the charge. Even the …

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