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This Week in New Haven (September 19 – 25)

Anthony Weiner, in Weiner (2016).

A bonanza literary fest and a retro dress-up party, with two big Bens between, bookend a wild week in the Elm City. …

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This Week in New Haven (August 15 – 21)


It’s mid-August, but—thanks to an epic slew of outdoor adventures both familiar and new—this week proves summer’s not done yet. …

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This Week in New Haven (August 8 – 14)

Quinnipiac River Park, New Haven

We’re now in that mentally peaceful part of the season when embracing the heat makes more sense than beating it, with …

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Elm Seedy


“Flowers don’t bloom or bushes berry for our admiration.”—Sara Stein, Noah’s Garden: Restoring the Ecology of Our Own Back Yards (1993)

In other words, plants have their own agendas.…

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This Week in New Haven (August 10 – 16)


This week, New Haveners get together over music, food and dancing outdoors; movies, drinks and “magic” indoors; and plenty of furred and feathered friends…

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Here Today

Grove Street Cemetery

… and gone tomorrow, or close to it.

Every spring, the blooms of New Haven’s flashiest trees come and go in the span of about a week apiece. Staggered across two or three weeks…

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This Week in New Haven (September 29 – October 5)

B.J. Novak as Ryan Howard on The Office

“All politics is local,” but it doesn’t mean outsiders can’t try to make sense of things. Early this week, events underscoring big international political…

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This Week in New Haven (Oct 8 – 14)

Ratatouille at Yale Peabody Museum

Poets, pandas, and punk puppets! Oh, my! This week in New Haven takes on mythic proportions—an urban farmer who’s won a MacArthur Grant, a rat that cooks French cuisine, and the dis-tressed classical grandeur of Samson and Delilah. Rising above …

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Trusting in the Land

Chris Randall, New Haven Land Trust

Once you know who Chris Randall is, it seems as if he’s everywhere. And everywhere he is, so is the New Haven Land Trust.

Randall is a photographer, gardener, community organizer, nature enthusiast and cheerleader for the city he calls …

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