Tag Archives: Institute Library

Pause Effect

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Even before the rise of the internet and social media, “the speed with which the world went by us was not, I think, particularly considerate of pausing,” Stephen Kobasa says. …

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This Week in New Haven (October 25 – 31)

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Bats, rituals, bones and, because this is New Haven, pizza mark a week that ends in Halloween, which this year has inspired so many ways to celebrate that we’re putting together a separate to-do list focused on those. …

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This Week in New Haven (July 19 – 25)

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Beach bar bingo and a floating music festival signal peak summer. …

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Starstruck

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Climb the Institute Library stairs and enter the constellations. …

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This Week in New Haven (June 7 – 13)

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Grow your ken, find some zen, leave your den. …

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Cover to Cover

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The Institute Library, founded as the Apprentices’ Literary Association in 1826, has occupied the same narrow Chapel Street building since 1878. Its stairs are grooved by countless footfalls, its catalog cards softened by countless fingers. Unlike…

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Round and Around

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The 78th Golden Globe Awards are coming this Sunday, honoring the best films and TV series of the prior 14 months as chosen by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Topped with…

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Volume 5

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August: when the most relaxed season of the year achieves its deepest calm; when the leaves on the trees ripen to their richest greens; and when we at Daily Nutmeg turn our gaze to stories we didn’t write. …

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This Week in New Haven (March 16 – ?)

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Normally, we spend our Mondays highlighting things to see and places to go in the week ahead. …

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Status Check

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In its 382-year history, New Haven has often served as a sanctuary for those in need, from the Puritan settlers who viewed it as a religious and economic “haven” to the more than…

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