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This Week in New Haven (September 28 – October 4)

Hammonassett Festival in Madison, CT

Ascendant literati descend on New Haven this week, and are met by a potent stew of quirky movies, concerts in Halls, luminary parties and Native American culture.…

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This Week in New Haven (March 30 – April 5)

David Kroodsma in Tajikistan

Holidays at opposite ends of the seriousness spectrum echo a calendar with major range this week. One day, a traveling duo invokes remote places…

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This Week in New Haven (September 15 – 21)

Hands That Make (2014) by Susan Clinard

New Haven’s arts scene really outdoes itself this week. A young but important literary festival offers unparalleled opportunities to bask in the…

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This Week in New Haven (June 2 – 8)

Neil Gaiman photographed by Kimberly Butler

Creative people, you included, create lots of scenes, stirs and commotions this week in New Haven. In addition to a handful of well-known creators making stops in the area, there’s a…

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This Week in New Haven (January 6 – 12)

Against Me! at Toad's Place this week

If you made it past the icy weekend without a slip-and-fall, you’re fleeter-of-foot than some of us (ahem). Congratulate yourself in a number of stand-up ways this week in New Haven.…

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A Rich Seam

Denise Lysak and Robert Reynolds outside Reynolds Fine Art

Ninth Square’s character has changed dramatically since Reynolds Fine Art gallery opened two and a half years ago. Curatorial director Robert Reynolds has noticed “a lot more foot traffic” compared to those first days, and the art-viewing…

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This Week in New Haven (August 5 – 11)

Explosions in the Sky

New Haven’s calendar this time of year seems pretty open at first blush. Many Elm Citizens are using up accrued vacation days with reckless abandon, and Yale is still quiet.…

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A Breath of Fresh Air

A scene from New Haven's Ninth Square

When you attend this evening’s monthly On9 celebration in Ninth Square, think about what was “On9” 70 or 100 years ago. Some markets were there, sure, and even some theaters; but mostly factories.

Today, Ninth Square is a land of …

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