Tag Archives: West River Arts

Old West

The small business district of Westville Village, which came of age in the second half of the 19th century, is special in part because its long history as a center of industry and commerce is still visible today—a fact that …

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This Week in New Haven (December 9 – 15)

As colleges around town hunker down for final exams, there’s no shortage of reasons for the rest of us to be out and about. …

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This Week in New Haven (October 8 – 14)

Gene Wilder in Young Frankenstein

Frights and delights and even a little costuming signal that it’s officially Halloween season. …

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Near and Wide

Two days before the launch of this year’s City-Wide Open Studios festival, the Orange Street headquarters of organizer Artspace was awhirl with color and activity. …

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Garbage Can

Howard el-Yasin sees beauty where most do not. …

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Fine Lines

Garden Wall by Don Wunderlee

56 blocks of chunky window glass. Gold stripes on a chartreuse couch. Squared-off floorboards from amber to auburn.

Don Wunderlee’s Westville studio is alive with lines, most notably the …

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This Week in New Haven (December 5 – 11)

If this morning’s snow doesn’t give you that holiday feeling, a jam-packed Saturday in Westville surely will. …

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Homeland Security

A photo essay. (To view all photos, check out the email version of this story.)

When we featured him last November, local sculptor Mohamad Hafez was …

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Damp, Not Dampened

A photo essay.

Rain can be a downer, and not just because it falls. …

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