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Flight over Water

"The Harmony" by Rodney Charman

Near the middle of the 19th century, ships would sail from America to Britain, carrying raw materials like timber. But when these same vessels returned, they’d become “coffin ships,” packed with …

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This Week in New Haven (March 14 – 20)

Tomeka Reid, jazz cellist.

No matter how you spent parade day yesterday, you lost an hour of potential leisure to Daylight Saving Time. Regain it and then some on Thursday, when the actual St. Patrick’s …

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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 (March 16 – 22)

Narwhals breaching

New Haven finishes its annual thaw this week, just in time for spring. Between author talks, museum exhibits, primo jazz, a dance party and the…

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Poetic Injustice

"The Leave-Taking" by Margaret Lyster Chamberlain

A skeletal, exhausted-looking man dressed in rags leans over a spade, preparing a hole in the ground. To the left, his wife hunches over a small bundle in her arms, about to relinquish it to the earth; on the right, …

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This Week in New Haven (January 21 – 27)

Martin Luther King, Jr.

It’s a week of peace, community, religious thought, great journeys and social concerns befitting the legacy of the great Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. That includes everything from the “Religion and Film” series at Yale’s Whitney Humanities Center to a …

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