Tag Archives: Kehler Liddell Gallery

This Week in New Haven (July 9 – 15)

Members of HI Crew (2014)

This week’s menu features seasonal outdoor pleasures chased by beer, beer and more beer. …

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Pretty Pleas

Kehler Liddell Gallery

I sit in front of Hong Hong’s 8×12-foot work on paper with Shakespeare on my mind. …

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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 (March 19 – 25)

Max, from Mary and Max (2009)

A wet and wild winter officially meets its end, outlived by New Haven’s unique blend of thinking, giving and pleasure-seeking. …

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This Week in New Haven (December 4 -10)

Daniel Eugene

The holiday season hits high gear, and because this is New Haven, the ride is easily, expectantly shared between the mainstream and the countercultural. …

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This Week in New Haven (June 5 – 11)

Storr, Skye by Roy Money

An unusual sort of release party, receptions for well-traveled photography and a posh fashion show are some of the highlights this week in New Haven. …

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This Week in New Haven (May 1 – 7)

Voynich Manuscript

Performative arts run wild this week, taking both a glitzy and a rustic pause for food and drink. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 3 – 9)

Age of Consequences

Critics—of movies, in movies and of one movie’s soundtrack—are heard this week in New Haven, as are dungeon masters, steamy performers and a World War I expert. …

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This Week in New Haven (March 6 – 12)

Nancy Kuhl at the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library

As America celebrates Women’s History Month, women in New Haven take center stage—until Sunday, anyway, when St. Patrick gets his big annual tribute. …

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This Week in New Haven (January 16 – 22)

Martin Luther King Jr.

Aching remembrances of a hopeful figure, defiant responses in the face of despair and overdue acknowledgment of marginalized people…

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