Tag Archives: Trinity Church on the Green

This Week in New Haven (November 14 – 20)

Supermoon over New Haven.

A “supermoon” meets Christmas tree stars and other nostalgic symbols, as local Thanksgiving-time traditions get a jump on the holiday season. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 18 – 24)

St. Luke's Steel Band at 2014 Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival

New Haven is full of doom and bloom this week, with the latter winning out thanks to a late surge of wonder, service and grace, plus a flowery festival. …

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Creation Story

Duo Dickinson

“Religion and architecture are pretty similar,” Duo Dickinson says, wearing a herringbone sport coat and a smile that reaches its widest point with ease. “They can have bad outcomes with really wonderful intentions.” …

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Present Company

A 40-year-old paperback edition of Heinlein’s Time for the Stars, its yellowed pages smelling of vanilla.

Edward Scissorhands on DVD, with some shredding on the slipcover. …

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This Week in New Haven (November 16 – 22)

Trinity Church on the Green

After getting informed, getting entertained, getting literary and getting unapologetic, New Haven turns to giving. …

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This Week in New Haven (June 29 – July 5)

Fourth of July Fireworks in New Haven 2014

Lots of past to be present for in the week ahead. Hymnal organ-playing Monday leads into old-style contra dancing on Thursday. Friday and…

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This Week in New Haven (February 2-8)

Sundogs and Satellites by Amy Arledge

Despite encroaching snow banks, New Haven manages to be a two-way street this week. On Wednesday, two postponed creative mixers get second…

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Ten, Nine, Eight…

New Haven Countdown

Tomorrow night’s countdown to the start of 2015 is also the countdown to the end of 2014. So we’re practicing ours a day early to make sure we get it right, with New Haven on the brain.…

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This Week in New Haven (December 22 – 28)

It’s a relatively quiet week as most of us focus on celebrating Christmas and getting some R&R. But there are still some chances to be loud, whether that means ooh-ing and ahh-ing at…

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Boys to Men

His fingers and feet chasing a maelstrom of keys, levers, switches and pedals, organist Andy Kotylo’s face is a maelstrom itself—tightening up, then releasing, then tightening, his lungs seemingly forgetting to breathe, then expelling and…

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