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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 (March 28 – April 3)

Racing Extinction screen cap

Two deep, extended festivals kick off this week. Meantime, a third fest teases us with an advance engagement, and a festive time for New Haven’s food explorers gets underway. …

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Lion’s Den

Benjamin Scheuer at Long Wharf Theatre.

On Game of Thrones, playboy dwarf Tyrion Lannister is tortured by his father’s rejections. On Breaking Bad, chemistry teacher Walter White is tortured by the idea that he isn’t the kind of father he should be. In Star

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This Week in New Haven (January 4 – 10)

Wee Gee Was Here by Will Lustenader

Watchers have a lot of lookers to see; listeners have a lot of sounders to hear; and the two camps have more than one reason to get together, this week in New Haven. …

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This Week in New Haven (December 7 – 13)

Chanukah, a.k.a. the Jewish Festival of Lights, is underway, marked by the progress of the bulbs topping the big blue-lit menorah on the Green …

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Mistaken Identity

I’m just a soul whose intentions are good.
Oh Lord, please don’t let me be misunderstood.

—Nina Simone, “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” (1964)…

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This Week in New Haven (October 19 – 25)

Back to the Future (1985) poster art

Twinkly lights in the sky whose waves are at least several years old. A 60-year-old play with a strange internal clock. Iconic time-traveling movies and set lists. A weekend that feels …

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This Week in New Haven (September 14 – 20)

Sunday at the Park 2014

Gear up for an intense week of leisure, where celebrity appearances and back-to-back gatherings celebrate courage, creativity, competition and cuisine.…

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Murder, Staged

Ian Lowe and Kyle Branzel in Murder For Two at Long Wharf Theatre

With Murder for Two, the crowd is in on it. The performers not only wink and nod at you, both literally and figuratively, but also chastise you and apologize to you, and at one point…

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This Week in New Haven (August 17 – 23)

The week begins calmly, with a soft-hitting show at a small local club and a good opportunity to quiet the mind. Then titters and giggles and other crowd noises begin to…

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