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Long Range

East Rock Park

What New Havener hasn’t been stunned on a sunny evening by the view of West Rock’s cliffs bathing Westville in their carmine light, or by East Rock’s sheer rosy face, frilled with trees, basking in the glow of the sinking …

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This Week in New Haven (October 15 – 21)

The Office cast shot

Depending on the day, the word “office”—as in, a place a person works—can refer to the White House, a sidewalk, an 18th-century palace or even a fictional paper company branch in Scranton, PA. …

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This Week in New Haven (October 8 – 14)

Gene Wilder in Young Frankenstein

Frights and delights and even a little costuming signal that it’s officially Halloween season. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 23 – 29)

Fine art joins some fine weather this week in New Haven. …

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This Week in New Haven (January 15 – 21)

Hulls bottle photographed by Colin Caplan

As we honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s memory, other echoes from the past also make us think, feel and celebrate. …

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Household Name

Alice Washburn

You can find them in New Haven on Alden Avenue and Cleveland Road, on Chapel Street and Vista Terrace. There are dozens in Hamden, but you’ll find a handful as well in Cheshire and North Haven, Woodbridge and Orange. …

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This Week in New Haven (November 20 – 26)

Ian Galligan as Crumpet in Santaland Diaries

This week’s holiday cornucopia is stuffed with the offbeat and the impertinent. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 24 – 30)

Like a restored classic car, even the familiar delights feel shiny and new this week in New Haven. …

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This Week in New Haven (March 13 – 19)

A moment in Moonlight (2016)

Yale’s on break, but New Haven’s not. Gripping film, indie lit, stirring sounds and “ecstatic” dance keep us moving. …

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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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