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This Week in New Haven (December 3 – 9)

Holiday mART at Project Storefronts

The holiday spirit is in the air, as shown by the many, many, seasonal events which dot the New Haven calendar like snowflakes this week. Museums hold lectures, theaters stage world premieres, trumpeters blow classical and jazz riffs, arts groups …

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Giving Thanks

Autumn foliage in New Haven

There are many ways to give thanks in—and to—New Haven at this time of year. The selection below involves really bad rhymes and puns. You can thank us later.

Claes Oldenburg’s public art sculpture Lipstick (Ascending) on Caterpillar Tracks

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This Week in New Haven (October 22-28)

A still from The Cat and the Canary

Sex and God at Yale, Vicky and The Vengents at Café Nine, The Cat and the Canary at Lyric Hall, “Sonn und Schild” at Bethesda Lutheran Church. It’s the usual fun & frolic in New Haven.

Monday, October 22

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This Week in New Haven (October 15 – 21)


Take flight this week in New Haven with flamenco dancing, a documentary about singing doves and superheroes reading books to kids. Oh, and a time machine. Bon voyage!

Monday, October 15
The annual Post-It exhibit of the Student Arts League …

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This Week in New Haven (September 3 – 9)

A piece from "Trickster in Flatland" by Linda Lindroth

At this point in the cultural calendar, there are enough people back in town for the art galleries to be in full swing and for classes and workshops to start up. Though it’ll be a few more weeks before the …

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New School

Barnard Environmental Studies Magnet School

Welcome back students, and summer vacationers! Here’s a pop quiz about some of what happened between the time that school let out in June and this week, when it begins again for New Haven Public Schools and several area universities.…

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Good Vibrations

New Haven Green | International Festival of Arts & Ideas 2012

The 2012 International Festival of Arts & Ideas has been with us for a nearly a week now. You probably know this because if you’ve been downtown, chances are good that you’ve watched, spoken to, danced along with or otherwise …

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This Week in New Haven (June 18-24)

Kinky Friedman at Cafe Nine

It’s a wild west week in New Haven, starting with Willie Nelson & Family at the Shubert on Monday, continuing with Kinky Friedman (pictured above, who once wrote a mystery novel about Willie Nelson) hawking his new tequila at Café …

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This Week In New Haven (March 5-11)

Chrissy Gardner at the Outer Space on Friday 3/9

Turn your gaze to outer space with Yale astronomy professor Michael Faison, head over to The Outer Space to catch Chrissy Gardner (pictured above) and friends, and  escape winter’s last gasp with a trip to South Pacific. Read …

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Leap Day, Hopeful Laughs, and Uncensored Talkies

Footlight Parade, a pre-censorship film screening at Criterion Cinemas

Lots to do in New Haven this week! Here are some of our picks:

Monday, February 27
The Knights of Columbus extended the run of its Christmas Across Africa exhibit well past the Christmas season so that it could also …

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