Tag Archives: New Haven

Free Speech Zone

Mo Green, Denver Sproul, Ish Gupta, Cliff Mula, Brooke Louellen, Mega Harrison, Alex Tomaselli and Young Southpaw at Bat Soup

Under pink and blue lights on a rainy Thursday, The State House hosted a standup comedy marathon featuring a dozen acts. …

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Dining Out

In a climate that drives us indoors most days of the year, it’s a special pleasure to dine and drink al fresco, literally “in the cool,” though we haven’t felt a chill in weeks. As city sidewalks heat up, cafe …

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This Week in New Haven (July 15 – 21)

From carnival-ing with Catholics to cartooning with Corsillo, from comedy on College Street to compassion on a Commons, from…

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More Power

If you’ve ever consumed a Doonesbury comic, a John Mellencamp album, a Bret Easton Ellis novel, an East Rock Brewing Company beer or a New Haven Pecha Kucha night, chances are you’ve…

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Adaptive Evolution

It was lunchtime during the Arts & Ideas Festival, and people had gathered in clusters on the New Haven Green to be stirred up by familiar Motown and dance funk hits. The music was the breezily familiar stuff on the …

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Once Removed

A photo essay. To view all 15 images, check out the email version

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Vapor Trail

The poet Carl Sandburg famously wrote that fog “comes on little cat feet.” …

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This Week in New Haven (July 8 – 14)

Beach, Tom Peterson

Go with the flow in a river and a gallery, even as you challenge status quos and inflated opponents elsewhere. …

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Home and Garden

The story of the Pardee-Morris House, one of New Haven’s oldest structures, usually focuses on its role in the Revolutionary War. …

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Act of War

“A Woman’s Memoir of Stepping Out of Line” is the subtitle of New Havener Ryan Leigh Dostie’s Formation, released last month out of Grand Central Publishing. But Dostie’s colleagues in the Army—the soldier who rapes her and the higher-ups …

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