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This Week in New Haven (August 11 – 17)

Best Video screening area

Between a classic film featuring a leading man in his prime, a play staged in a park under the night sky and a professional tennis tournament boasting major talent, we’re seeing stars…

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This Week in New Haven (June 2 – 8)

Neil Gaiman photographed by Kimberly Butler

Creative people, you included, create lots of scenes, stirs and commotions this week in New Haven. In addition to a handful of well-known creators making stops in the area, there’s a…

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This Week in New Haven (August 26 – September 1)

ODYSSEY: A Greek Festival

If you’re going by a cultural calendar and not the official one, Labor Day next Monday means this week is summer’s last hurrah. Free shows at Cafe Nine and BAR offer chances to catch some…

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Roman Scandal

Elm Shakespeare Company presents Julius Caesar

Friends, New Haveners, countrymen! Lend me your ears! Hie thee to Edgerton Park sometime during the next week and a half for a visit with the Bard.

The Elm Shakespeare Company is in the midst of its 18th season playing …

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This Week in New Haven (August 12 – 18)

Wayne Escoffery

It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing. The New Haven Jazz Festival swings through town this week, and tennis rackets will be swinging fast and with great precision starting Friday at the…

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This Week in New Haven (February 18 – 24)


Last Monday’s column alerted readers that the major snowstorm (“Nemo,” if you insist) could impact some events in the New Haven area and indeed it did. The storm fall-out continues to…

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In One Year, Out the Other

New Haven

Hundreds of New Years have been celebrated in New Haven. Those years have brought revolutions both political and cultural, gatherings both festive and grief-stricken, changes both subtle and monumental.…

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Playing in the Park

Elm Shakespeare Company presents Macbeth

If you heard that battles, beheadings and supernatural manifestations were occurring nightly in a certain city park, you might consider finding another place to walk your dog.…

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This Week in New Haven (May 7-13)

Beauty and the Beast

Art trumps life in town this week, with a founding Situationist artist visiting Yale, two fashion show charity events, the wondrous Westville ArtWalk and all that jazz.

Monday, May 7
The Situationist International group which began in the late 1950s …

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The Bringer of Light

Jamie Burnett

He’s unassuming, humble, and is most often found operating behind the scenes at arts events. But don’t be fooled. Jamie Burnett’s job is to dazzle, illuminate, and light up the skies.

As a production and lighting designer, Burnett sees—and helps …

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