Hey there, New Haveners! If you’ve been by the New Haven Green on a recent Friday or Saturday, you’ve seen that there’s new, welcome activity—a series of cultural pop-ups, thanks to a collaboration from the city’s Department of Parks, Recreation, and Trees and the Proprietors of the New Haven Green. In late September, the Green […]
On Sept. 20 at 11 a.m., hundreds of students from Wilbur Cross High School, James Hillhouse High School, and Common Ground High School as well as Yale and Southern Connecticut State Universities walked out of their classes and schools to support Nelson Pinos, an immigrant who has been in sanctuary at First and Summerfield United […]
Hey there, New Haveners! It’s been a little while (oops), but I’m excited to be back. This week, I’m bringing you photos of the Institute Library’s latest show, Wish You Were Here, before it closes next week. To celebrate the end of the exhibition, curator Martha Willette Lewis is holding a symposium on Sept. 1 […]
Hey there, New Haveners! I was so excited to get back to Stir The Pot, a monthly potluck on food justice and food security, this week. Check it out!
Tal National bills themselves as “high energy rock and roll from West Africa.” Tuesday night, they brought that spirit to Cafe Nine. Here are some shots from that amazing evening.
Hi there, New Haveners. In the face of an emotionally exhausting two weeks (or two years, for that matter), this city is mounting some pretty amazing art that doubles as an act of resistance. At Kehler Liddell Gallery on Whalley Avenue, there is a new exhibition called The Rise and Fail of the N-Word, featuring […]
Is it already that time again? Tuesday night, over 200 gathered at Westville’s Mitchell Library for Mardi Gras 2018, the library’s annual fundraiser and Fat Tuesday party. If you missed this morning’s article about it in The Arts Paper—or maybe it left you wanting more—catch some more photos here!