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As the International Festival of Arts & Ideas brings corners of the globe to New Haven, it also brings New Haveners to different corners of the city—sometimes through whirlwind excursions. The whirlwindiest of these are IFAI’s…

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This Week in New Haven (March 30 – April 5)

David Kroodsma in Tajikistan

Holidays at opposite ends of the seriousness spectrum echo a calendar with major range this week. One day, a traveling duo invokes remote places…

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This Week in New Haven (May 12 – 18)

Michael Angelis, "Earth," 2014

In the course of natural cycles, spring is a time for beginnings. Culturally, though, it’s just as much a time for capstones. This week, New Haven experiences starts and stops galore…

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This Week in New Haven (June 24 – 30)

An Oversimplification of Her Beauty

Arts & Ideas remains ubiquitous this week. But you’ll also find plenty to do at year-round institutions like the public library, Artspace and various rock clubs. It’s a festive time of year, with dance and music and circus acts, but …

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Thanks for the Ride

Cycle New Haven

Cyclists are psyched.

Conditions for bicycling around town may not be great due to recent extreme snowfalls and turbulent cold winds, but there’s a lot to bike forward to. On April 20, there’s the annual Rock to Rock ride from …

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This Week in New Haven (June 25 – July 1)

Roseanne Cash

The International Festival of Arts & Ideas is in its final week. So is its upstart local-rooted counterculture counterpart Ideat Village. Bike rides and food also…

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Pedal Pushers

Melinda Tuhus | Elm City Cycling

When asked to think of the great bicycling cities of the world, we think of Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Portland, maybe Montreal. But the kids (and the kids at heart) over at Elm City Cycling? They want New Haven on that list …

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