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This Week in New Haven (August 6 – 12)

New Haven Gooners

American exclamations start the week. Then Puerto Rican and British ones finish it. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 9 – 15)

Sarah Borges

Distantly related concepts—nation-building and narrative-building; timed lectures and comedic timing; water damage and water dancing—become better acquainted this week in New Haven. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 2 – 8)

New beginnings and annual special occasions embody both singularity and pluralism this week in New Haven. …

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This Week in New Have (January 29 – February 4)

2014 Run for Refugees. Photographed by Uma Ramiah.

Two substantive panel discussions, two hard-hitting rock shows, two marquee sporting events and two very confused hitmen share the spotlight…

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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 (December 5 – 11)

If this morning’s snow doesn’t give you that holiday feeling, a jam-packed Saturday in Westville surely will. …

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Damp, Not Dampened

A photo essay.

Rain can be a downer, and not just because it falls. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 4 – 10)

Spring Rain (2016) by Amy Arledge

Don’t space out, or you’ll miss some great chances to space out this week, from a big show at The Space to a visit with a spaceman. …

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See-Food

“You eat with your eyes first,” chefs on TV like to say. As a metaphor, it seems basically right, though it doesn’t quite square with the fact that your nose often beats your eyes to the punch. …

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This Week in New Haven (January 25 – 31)

Marsh Botanical Gardens

Shoveled out? We hope so, because there are great things to get out and experience this week, from provocative theater to a tropical oasis. …

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