Tag Archives: SCSU

Peace and Quiet

Beaverdale Memorial Park

“I find it interesting that some people say they don’t want to live near a cemetery,” says Dan Krueger, manager of Beaverdale Memorial Park. Cemeteries are places of peace and tranquility, after all, not danger or hex, and …

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This Week in New Haven (November 11 – 17)

by Petra Szilagyi

Whether local or visiting, or rising or risen, New Haven embraces artists. This week, poets get fair hearings while visual artists inspire chit-chat…

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Kick Habit

SCSU Owls - Men's Soccer - Jess Dow Field

19 minutes before the Southern Connecticut State men’s soccer team squares off against Northeast-10 Conference foe Stonehill College, Kid Cudi’s mellow “The Pursuit of Happiness” plays quietly through stadium speakers. Each team…

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This Week in New Haven (May 13 – 19)

"Columbus in the New World" at Yale Center for British Art

This week in New Haven begins with the jamming Alpaca Gnomes and ends with the klezmer band Nu Haven Kapelye, with jazz and punk and symphonies in between. There’s a high school youth…

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This Week in New Haven (April 8 – 14)

A still from Musicwood

Theater in a department store. Brazilian dance music in a library. A Prairie Home companion at Southern Connecticut State University. The great outdoors, up against a wall, at the Yale Environmental Film Festival.…

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This Week in New Haven (March 11 – 17)

Stephen Haynes performs at Firehouse 12 this Friday

In with the new! The only dinosaurs this week are at Yale’s Peabody Museum, where they ought to be. Elsewhere, all is fresh and forward-thinking. Young singers, progressive jazzmen and socially conscious artists and visionaries lead the charge. Even the …

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This Week in New Haven (March 4 – 10)

Greater New Haven St. Patrick's Day Parade

Party on! The annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade happens March 10, while we’re still playing catch-up with Mardi Gras, with the New Haven Free Public Library’s big postponed-by-snowstorm…

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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 (Oct 8 – 14)

Ratatouille at Yale Peabody Museum

Poets, pandas, and punk puppets! Oh, my! This week in New Haven takes on mythic proportions—an urban farmer who’s won a MacArthur Grant, a rat that cooks French cuisine, and the dis-tressed classical grandeur of Samson and Delilah. Rising above …

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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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