Tag Archives: Westville

Damp, Not Dampened

A photo essay.

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

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This Week in New Haven (October 3 – 9)

Keith Johnson at Kehler Liddell Gallery during CWOS 2015

October in New Haven means discussing insightful, earnest political notions in depth, even if our presidential candidates won’t; welcoming heralded …

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Dream Come True

After three intense days decorating wedding cakes in her New York City shop, Ana De Los Angeles’s father came to her while she was falling asleep. …

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Magic Words

Sarah Harris Wallman

Though she writes magical realism, Sarah Harris Wallman—co-director of Albertus Magnus’s MFA writing program and an aspiring novelist living in Westville—keeps it pretty regular-real otherwise. …

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This Week in New Haven (May 2 – 8)

Artwalk 2014

New Haven’s not playing around with its playing around this week, as plays are staged, games are played and popular annual rituals play out. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 4 – 10)

Spring Rain (2016) by Amy Arledge

Don’t space out, or you’ll miss some great chances to space out this week, from a big show at The Space to a visit with a spaceman. …

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Prize Pools

Edgewood Park Tennis Courts

If you’re there to play tennis, you probably want the public courts at Edgewood Park to be perfectly flat.

If you’re there to find pretty sights, you should be glad they’re not. …

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“You eat with your eyes first,” chefs on TV like to say. As a metaphor, it seems basically right, though it doesn’t quite square with the fact that your nose often beats your eyes to the punch. …

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Out of This World

In a Westville yard along the West River, various entities—a squid, a sea slug, a shell, a little-known piece of plant biology called an elaiosome—are scattered about. Some are complete. Others wait for their maker to finish endowing …

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Mind the Gaps

Under two hours away, Manhattan is a titan. …

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