Tag Archives: Eli Whitney Museum and Workshop

This Week in New Haven (November 21 – 27)

United Church on the Green - New Haven, CT

Though it isn’t a religious moment, this Thanksgiving week makes excellent use of churches, whose acoustic gifts are thanks-worthy indeed. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 25 – May 1)

Mark Simon "Einstein Was Right"

This week’s about thinking things through. It’s also about going with the flow. …

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This Week in New Haven (February 8 – 14)

Chandelier at Lyric Hall, New Haven

With Valentine’s Day looming, love is in the air. Drifting alongside it are riveting stories and sparkling cocktail conversation, plus a soundtrack to fit the …

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This Week in New Haven (January 18 – 24)

Black Pulp! at 32 Edgewood Gallery

For New Haven, MLK Day today isn’t just a day of rest but a day of new experiences. Actually, so’s the rest of the week, where …

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This Week in New Haven (December 28 – January 3)

The Lighthouse at Lighthouse Point Park, New Haven

Consider the simple, mind-clearing image above a palate cleanser—which its subject will indeed become this Friday after a night of especially hard partying. …

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Five Stars

Wooster Square Cherry Blossoms

377 years ago tomorrow, New Haven was founded.

One year ago tomorrow, a fivefold confluence of major, New Haven-y happenings occurred in one weekend, making for an unparalleled…

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This Week in New Haven (April 20 – 26)

Liggett's May 1970 New Haven by Tom Strong

Big annual happenings in the coming days prompt us to tune up our bikes, pull together favorite outfits, work up strong appetites and keep our…

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Looks Alive

You could say the south room of the Eli Whitney barn, located across the street from the famous Whitney museum and workshop that owns it, is “lived-in.” Sawdust marks the spots where file, rasp, radial blade, chainsaw, orbital…

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This Week in New Haven (November 24 – 30)

Mr. Gilbert's Railroad at Eli Whitney Museum

Stuff happens, especially in the days to come. Two face-stuffing traditions preoccupy New Haveners in the beginning and middle of the week, with a…

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Crushing It

A print on a wall at the bottom of a staircase. An antique rifle kept racked behind glass. A milling machine thought to be the oldest in America. A plaque hanging inside a white-slatted house. An interior wall that looks …

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