Tag Archives: Knights of Columbus Museum

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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Sights and Sounds

Drill bits whirring, hammers drumming, wire brushes scratching, squeaky foam sliding snugly into place, cardboard hissing, paper crinkling, conversing in Italian about where or how to put or do this or that, doors opening and closing, footsteps approaching and receding …

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This Week in New Haven (November 16 – 22)

Trinity Church on the Green

After getting informed, getting entertained, getting literary and getting unapologetic, New Haven turns to giving. …

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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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This Week in New Haven (December 1 – 7)

Buon Natale at Knights of Columbus Museum

The holiday season comes alive this week in New Haven, where holiday cheer arrives via clinking glasses and clapping audiences; holiday spirit entails spiritual…

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Write This Down


“Until you’ve seen it, it’s very difficult to put into words,” says Peter Sonski, which seems a playful thing to say about an exhibition titled Illuminating the Word.

But Sonski—the education…

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This Week in New Haven (June 2 – 8)

Neil Gaiman photographed by Kimberly Butler

Creative people, you included, create lots of scenes, stirs and commotions this week in New Haven. In addition to a handful of well-known creators making stops in the area, there’s a…

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This Week in New Haven (April 21 – 27)

Face-painted kids at Cherry Blossom Festival

The city hits an impressive stride this week with four of its annual keystone cultural events happening in as many days. The first of them is distinctively artisanal and intellectual; the…

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This Week in New Haven (February 3 – 9)

Mission of Burma

School is definitely in this week. Study up on late nineteenth-century continental drama, interpretations of the 4th Amendment, the history of post-punk music, applications of…

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That’s the Spirit!

"Windows into Heaven" at Knights of Columbus Museum

Perched at the mouth of State Street, the Knights of Columbus Museum has acted as a gallery and archive of Catholic history and culture for over 30 years.

The museum’s stunning concrete-and-glass home is airy, well-lit and spacious. A variety …

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