Tag Archives: Quinnipiac University

Late Show

Sunday saw Quinnipiac University’s front lot filled with sexy, sculpted, powerful bodies that’ve aged tremendously well. …

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This Week in New Haven (May 23 – 29)

Robin Hood Springtime Festival

This week’s all over the map, from New Haven to Hamden to North Haven, and it’s “all over the map,” with a church as a movie theater, a video store as a concert hall, a …

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Knickerbocker Golf Club

There’s a medieval-looking building on Sherman Parkway, with uneven parapets on its roof, a sliding peephole in one of its archaic front doors and masonry that has rough-edged bricks protruding at random—a fitting home for some …

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Poetic Injustice

"The Leave-Taking" by Margaret Lyster Chamberlain

A skeletal, exhausted-looking man dressed in rags leans over a spade, preparing a hole in the ground. To the left, his wife hunches over a small bundle in her arms, about to relinquish it to the earth; on the right, …

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This Week in New Haven (March 17 – 23)

Bird illustrations by Alexander Wilson

Winter hands the baton to spring this Thursday, heralding warmth, color and vitality. St. Patrick’s Day gets those vibes going a little early with music and good cheer, which are…

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This Week in New Haven (February 4 – 10)

Chinese Arts Festival in New Haven

There are festive fantasies of pageantry and a concert honoring a star of the screen and stage. There’s even a costume ball and gala in a castle, a way of dressing up an otherwise dreary and chilly time of year. …

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This Week in New Haven (January 21 – 27)

Martin Luther King, Jr.

It’s a week of peace, community, religious thought, great journeys and social concerns befitting the legacy of the great Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. That includes everything from the “Religion and Film” series at Yale’s Whitney Humanities Center to a …

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This Week in New Haven (Sept 24 – 30)

Jersey Boys

The subject matters of some major events happening in New Haven this week might, at first glance, seem less than positive—the Irish Famine, a trying professional/romantic relationship, a sibling serving in Afghanistan and judges on the run for supporting regicide. But …

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