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Lost & Found

from The English Prize at YCBA

The concept of college students traveling abroad to expand their horizons isn’t some 20th century idea that took hold after the invention of the airplane and the Eurail Pass. It’s been happening for centuries, as is shown in the new …

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The Art of William Congdon, Redeemed

Knights of Columbus Museum

Thank heaven that William Congdon converted to Catholicism in 1959. If he hadn’t, New Haven might not have gotten this rare and remarkable retrospective of his work.

The Sabbath of History: William Congdon/Meditations on Holy Week is not only a …

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Shocked Into Fitness By Big Food

Big Food at the Peabody Museum

A man is staring at a row of spoons. Arranged vertically like a 3D bar graph, each row of spoons demonstrates how much sugar is found in various beverages, from juice boxes to cans of ice tea and bottles of …

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Enlightened by Eli

Bill Brown, The Eli Whitney Museum and Workshop

Bill Brown is joining time, space, bits of woods and New Haven history before a room of field-tripping fourth graders. …

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