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This Week in New Haven (July 13 – 19)

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

Fasten your seat belts. Flights of one sort or another—space travel, crowd surfing, wine-tasting and the departure of a long-running exhibit—have us strapping in this week…

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Happy Fry Day

Snack. Side. Add-on.

The humble French fry is used to being called such names. (Also chip, wedge and frite.) Yet it would be much easier to count up the people who don’t enjoy its company than the…

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Be Their Guest

White-walled guest rooms are cozy and bright, with feather-soft beds and light streaming through wide windows. Meanderers stroll around the lobby, stopping to check their email on a central computer or read complimentary copies…

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This Week in New Haven (January 12 – 18)

Fritz Kahn Poster

Yale’s back in session today and, in addition to greater competition for parking spaces downtown, that means medical library exhibits, curious…

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Points of View

Quinnipiac River Park

Staring at stuff can be restorative. For most of us, a few walls and a short walk or drive are all that separate us from a feast for the eyes: hills and lakes, rivers and forests, the ocean. There are …

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Wintry Mixed

The "Lauren's Driving Home" at 116 Crown

Blustery winds, truncated hours of daylight and snow in the forecast make this the perfect season for homebound pleasures: curling up under a blanket with a good book or resurrecting unfinished domestic projects.

But don’t get too comfortable. When it …

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Be Their Guest

The Study at Yale

White-walled guest rooms are cozy and bright, with feather-soft beds and light streaming through wide windows. Meanderers stroll around the lobby, stopping to check their email on a central computer or read complementary copies of The New York Times and …

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Big & Tall

Glasses sculpture outside the Study at Yale

The Sleeping Giant is one of the enduring icons of Southern Connecticut, a slope of hills which forms the shape of a prone, lain-down body. In the late 1980s, local arts activist Jeff Burnett concocted a festival called “Waking the Sleeping …

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Photo Recap: Flights of Fancy (February 3rd, 2012)

Flights of Fancy

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The Broadway and Chapel Merchants Association hosted downtown New Haven’s twice-a-year Flights of Fancy event last night. The Wine Thief provided the vino as New Havenites mixed and mingled throughout participating shops …

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