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Come to Papa’s

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It’s easy to love the thin crust, blackened along the edges and smothered with impressionistic colors…

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Getting a Read

Tarot reader picking tarot cards.Tarot cards face down on table near burning candles and crystal ball.Candlelight in dark.Tarot reader or Fortune teller reading and forecasting concept.

Miss Patty’s voice was accented and confident as she read me. “You need more self-confidence,” she said. “You have a gift, but keep it a secret. When you need guidance, meditate.” Part of me felt Miss Patty was seeing me; …

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Voter Participation

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Aristotle wrote that man is by nature a political animal, but getting involved in local politics may not come so naturally. …

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Keyed Up

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Who put the bomp in the bomp bah bomp bah bomp?

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This Week in New Haven (November 7 – 13)

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We’ve got votes, deals, shows, stories, pitches, veterans, gifts, rivals and, you guessed it, lasers.

Tuesday, November 8 – Election Day
From 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., Connecticut voters register their choices for mayor and other local positions. Find your …

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Flat Feat

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Even with its Open Source festival barely concluded, Artspace is keeping busy. Two exhibitions rail against particular notions of our social and economic condition, calling out with their audio components, drawing visitors rightward into the largest gallery or rearward into …

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Water Fall

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Dry leaves run like packs of children playing tag. Sunlight dazzles off the water, more light than heat. …

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Object Permanence

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Organized by Puritan settlers in 1639, Center Church on the Green is New Haven’s founding congregation. It served as the city’s established, tax-funded church until disestablishment came to Connecticut in 1818—not long after its current building, designed after St Martin-in-the-Fields …

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Herbal Infusion

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Most of us think of food when we think about herbs. Folly Delgado thinks of medicine. Delgado, a volunteer for Gather New Haven and coordinator for the Clinton Avenue School garden, recently spoke at the Fair Haven Branch library about …

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This Week in New Haven (October 31 – November 6)

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After days of Halloween celebrations, the day itself arrives—and other stuff too. …

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