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I had never fully considered the social and cultural content of the color pink until I saw Sheila Levrant de Bretteville’s 1974 broadside Pink. Designed for an American Institution of Graphic Arts exhibition, de Bretteville’s piece examined the color …

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Romantic Connections


For today’s story, I intended to wander the vastness of the Yale University Art Gallery and curate from its variety a kind of cross-sectional Valentine’s Day exhibit. Thematic connections between seemingly disparate objects would hiss through the air and thunk …

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Golden Ages


Like the actual 49ers who went west during the Gold Rush, the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs will rush (and pass and kick) for gold this Sunday. The victors’ deliriously opulent Super Bowl rings will be smithed from …

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Arthouse Flicks


Bad news: Criterion Cinemas, New Haven’s only commercial movie theater, is shutting down.

Good news: The city’s galleries are picking up the slack. …

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Independence Review


A photo essay. To view all 10 images, check out the email edition.

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Novel Settings


Koffee?, Book Trader and Fussy are choice locations to sit among a cohort of locals typing away on sticker-stuck laptops. But if your great American novel demands an atmospheric shake-up, we’ve got ideas…

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A photo and text essay. To view all 11 images, check out the email edition

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Going Fourth


America’s 246th birthday happens Monday, and we’re RSVPing yes.

In the meantime, we might head to…

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Mother Lode


Mother’s Day is Sunday, and if you’re still considering where to go or what to give, this article’s for you. …

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Happy Hunting


New Haven is full of Easter eggs, and not just on Easter Sunday. …

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