Tag Archives: Gateway Community College

This Week in New Haven (April 11 – 17)

New Haven’s extracurricular activities this week would look good on a college application, covering historical, literary, visual, culinary and musical arts—plus genetic science. …

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This Week in New Haven (February 22 – 28)

"Cross Section" by Karen Dow

Like some of the movies to be honored during the Oscars this Sunday, many events this week feature a good twist…

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10 Feet

The Providence Dance Project

Isaiah Providence balances on the noses of his beat-up Chucks under the lights of the Temple Street Garage. He locks and pops and ripples, his four nephews dancing in kind along with him. After a few flips, gainers and other …

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This Week in New Haven (June 1 – 7)

Robin Hood Springtime Festival

Boozy learning. Hardcore hearing. Hobbyist feasting. Localized chronicling. Healthy competing. Artsy partying. Escapist imagining.…

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This Week in New Haven (March 24 – 30)

Little Miss Sunshine

Good things come in twos this week in New Haven. A movie double-feature with behind-the-scenes star power whets appetites for a two-day film festival later…

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This Week in New Haven (February 24 – March 2)

Milagres photographed by Cameron Wittig

Between a significant film screening, scientific discussion, masterful concerts, end-of-season athletic competitions, interdisciplinary magic shows and an overachieving theatrical…

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Full Plate

Stephen Fries

Stephen Fries, the writer, professor and food connoisseur—referred to as “New Haven’s foodie” when he appears during “In the Kitchen” segments on WTNH’s “Connecticut Style,” sharing recipes and insights—is seemingly omnipresent when…

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The New College Try

Gateway Community College - new campus in downtown New Haven

At Gateway Community College, says Evelyn Gard, the school’s Director of Public Affairs and Marketing, “We’re really in our community.”

Really. Gateway’s year-old, 358,000-square-foot New Haven campus rises up in the heart of…

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Making Moves

Change in action

Change, it comes.

Orangeside Luncheonette is now on Temple Street, opposite Criterion Cinemas. It’s still called Orangeside, even though it’s not on Orange Street anymore.

Does anyone mind? The…

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This Week in New Haven (April 1 – 7)

Edible Book Tea at Creative Arts Workshop

Sorry, but not one of the items listed below is an April Fool’s prank. There really is that much to do in New Haven this week. You can hear Paul Giamatti speak, watch one of the most acclaimed documentaries of …

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