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Critical Condition

Writer, painter, educator, philosopher, keen observer of clouds and leaves and rocks. The 19th-century Englishman John Ruskin was many things, but he’s most remembered for his work as an art critic, for which Yale art history professor Tim Barringer has …

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Listening Device

When’s the last time someone read you a story? …

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A Flying Start

Alasdair Neale is the first to acknowledge that some people find classical music—well, stuffy. …

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This Week in New Haven (September 30 – October 6)

Horizons expand and contract through space, time, culture, commerce and other dimensions, including during a string of parties and festivals. …

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The Producers

Down on the main floor at fourth-generation produce distributor Carbonella & DeSarbo, workers are moving with purpose. …

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Storm Surge

Condado, San Juan, Puerto Rico.(Photo by Sgt. Jose Ahiram Diaz-Ramos/PRNG-PAO)

“Puerto Rico,” the cell phone screen says. But the caller, Manuel Sierra, is speaking from New Haven. This is his home now, since Hurricane Maria drove his family from the island two years ago. Sierra is among approximately 3,000 Puerto …

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Into the Wood

Snow falls in heavy streaks, puddling on top of a black umbrella. Footprints on the street show dark pavement underneath. …

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Berry Treasure

There’s just something about raspberries. …

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This Week in New Haven (September 23-29)

Competitive mocktails, momentous sounds and two free lunches promise novelty, while a fall kickoff festival hits the nostalgia button dead-on. …

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Work-study

New Haven is known for its eclectic mix of downtown architecture, from Colonial and Federal homes to Gothic churches, Modernist experiments and 21st-century “smart buildings.” Less conspicuous is another group…

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