Tag Archives: The Outer Space

This Week in New Haven (April 21 – 27)

Face-painted kids at Cherry Blossom Festival

The city hits an impressive stride this week with four of its annual keystone cultural events happening in as many days. The first of them is distinctively artisanal and intellectual; the…

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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 (December 23 – 29)

Fantasy of Lights

Christmas falls right in the middle of the week this year, with a handful of belated holiday goings-on helping it last through the weekend. Music, lights, big meals and cookies: ’tis the season.…

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Poetic License

Devlin Grunloh

If you’ve ever caught a Wednesday open mic night at The Space performance complex, 37-year-old performance poet Devlin Grunloh likely closed out the evening, reading just before last call. In 10 years, Grunloh has…

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Big Bang

The Honeycutters at Spaceland Ballroom

The Space—the rare all-ages concert stage that can attract national acts, and even rarer for being in the middle of Connecticut—just sort of happened.

The venue, which serves food and non-alcoholic beverages, occupies the center of an industrial lot off …

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This Week in New Haven (August 19 – 25)

Cast of Shake-It-Up Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet ay Long Wharf

Change is nearly constant this week. A major new railroad station officially opens as the field of women’s tennis stars at the New Haven Open at Yale narrows daily. Long Wharf hosts a radical reimagining of a classic play in …

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This Week in New Haven (July 29 – August 4)

Capital Cities

We gracefully leave an erratic July and acclimate to August. It has already turned abruptly cooler, and with the school year starting at the end of the month, you’ll see more activity on the streets than in recent weeks. College-friendly …

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This Week in New Haven (July 22 – 28)

Pop & Op at Artspace

Magical comedy, disco nostalgia, mandolin modernists, a Tennessee Williams play set in Tokyo, bonsai trees at a literacy event… we’ve entered the fantastical netherworld of July in New Haven. Anything can happen, from read-ins to art installations (including Pop &

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This Week in New Haven (July 1 – 7)

Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone

Independence is where it’s at this week in New Haven. Out of the thrall of the interconnected and overwhelming International Festival of Arts & Ideas, which ended Saturday, the city is once again a far-flung and random grab bag of …

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This Week in New Haven (June 24 – 30)

An Oversimplification of Her Beauty

Arts & Ideas remains ubiquitous this week. But you’ll also find plenty to do at year-round institutions like the public library, Artspace and various rock clubs. It’s a festive time of year, with dance and music and circus acts, but …

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