Tag Archives: Trinity Church on the Green

This Week in New Haven (September 9 – 15)

See the future (cutting-edge whiskey, the city’s next mayor, burgeoning international leaders) and enjoy the moment…

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Town and City

The character of the New Haven Green, and therefore New Haven itself, owes much to Ithiel Town, by some accounts the city’s first professional architect. …

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This Week in New Haven (December 10 – 16)

From haiku to Harry Potter cosplay to dog and cat (and maybe lizard) photos with Santa, you can do it yourself this week, albeit with helping hands. …

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This Week in New Haven (November 12 – 18)

Kim Novak in Vertigo (1958)

Stories filmed, acted and told and a harvest’s worth of cider, cocktails, champagne and beer keep us enlightened and warm even as the days grow dark and cold. …

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This Week in New Haven (June 4 – 10)

You can bend a knee to burgeoning rock gods, turn inquisitive eyes to the heavens and divine new friends or colleagues—and that’s just through Wednesday. …

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This Week in New Haven (November 13 – 19)

Ornament at the 2015 Trinity Holiday Bazaar

’Tis the season—or at least it feels like ’tis, with annual favorites invoking a spirit of giving and the weather finally nipping. …

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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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