Tag Archives: Yale Bowl

This Week in New Haven (September 5 – 11)

Lines are drawn—also run, strummed, spoken, painted, read, ridden, sung, printed and sculpted—this week in New Haven. …

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Super Bowl

Yale Bowl

Ahead of Yale Football’s 2015 home opener tomorrow, we’re revisiting the story behind the home, which we first told last fall.

Yale’s white helmets crashed hard into Lehigh’s gold…

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This Week in New Haven (September 21 – 27)

Jose Serebrier

It’s a worldly week in New Haven, with international footage showing daring acts and underdog politics, an exhibit honoring…

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Time Travel

From well into the 19th century to well into the 20th, trolleys were the method of choice for getting New Haveners where they needed to go.…

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Power Animals

Torosaurus outside the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, New Haven

Round a few corners in downtown New Haven and you’re bound to see a piece of public art. What you’re unlikely to see is a certain category of it: sculptures of animals, or at least the non-…

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Super Bowl

Yale Bowl 2014

Yale’s white helmets crashed hard into Lehigh’s gold as the Bulldogs—trailing for most of the game, then gaining, losing and regaining the lead in the second half—grounded a feisty Mountain Hawks team 54-43. Another battle between white…

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This Week in New Haven (September 1 – 7)

Conundrum by Karen Wheeler

Labor Day always heralds a big burst of activity in New Haven. Universities and other schools begin to build serious momentum following the long weekend’s relapse…

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Points of View

Quinnipiac River Park

Staring at stuff can be restorative. For most of us, a few walls and a short walk or drive are all that separate us from a feast for the eyes: hills and lakes, rivers and forests, the ocean. There are …

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West to East

A walk down Chapel Street, from downtown to Fair Haven, transports you on a grand, centuries-spanning odyssey from commerce to industry to nature. It involves newness and decay, giant buildings and holes in the ground, major cross streets, tracks and …

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