Tag Archives: Woolsey Hall

Vital Organ

Newberry Memorial Organ - Woolsey Hall - New Haven, CT

Picture a penny whistle, the size of a drinking straw and made out of tin. Blow on it and you’ll get a bright, high pitch. Now imagine a wooden whistle 33 feet tall. …

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This Week in New Haven (December 18 – 24)

Fantasy of Lights in Lighthouse Point Park, New Haven, CT

The sounds of the season—blown through bassoons and concertinas, strung through guitars and violins, channeled through effects pedals and car radios—reach the top of their annual crescendo. …

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Frights of Fancy

A photo essay.

Halloween warps your perception of things. …

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This Week in New Haven (September 25 – October 1)

Compline service at Christ Church

As the weather turns strangely hot, other sources of heat include a filmmaker who won an Oscar this year, a musical that’s “back by popular demand” and hundreds of candles flickering inside a smoky church. …

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This Week in New Haven (September 4 – 10)

Annual acts of athleticism and leisure meet a Yale that’s back in action. …

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This Week in New Haven (May 1 – 7)

Voynich Manuscript

Performative arts run wild this week, taking both a glitzy and a rustic pause for food and drink. …

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This Week in New Haven (December 12 – 18)

Tim Palmieri of The Z3

Santa Claus will soon be coming to town, they say, with a list of who’s been naughty or nice since last December 25. Which means a couple of…

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Shadowy Figures

A photo essay.

Negative space is the space you don’t naturally notice, even when you’re looking at it. …

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This Week in New Haven (March 28 – April 3)

Racing Extinction screen cap

Two deep, extended festivals kick off this week. Meantime, a third fest teases us with an advance engagement, and a festive time for New Haven’s food explorers gets underway. …

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Stepwise

Yale University Art Gallery

A photo essay.

They’re there, meaning they’re ’round.

They’re square, and other shapes. …

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