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Arts Paper

As the editorially independent arm of The Arts Council of Greater New Haven, the Arts Paper seeks to celebrate, explore, and investigate the fine, visual, performing and culinary arts in and around New Haven.

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Sun Queen Pens Her Journey Through New Haven

 

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School Libraries Get An LGBTQ+ Assist

 

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State House Dances Into Its First Birthday

 

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An Artist Goes To Bat For Cedar Hill Voters

 

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Sam Moth Steps Into The Fray

 

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Book Club Bridges Black And Brown Connections

 

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Shakespeare Meets Seuss In Edgerton Park

 

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Brawlers Dance Away The Monday Blues

 

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ConnCAT Grows Its Culinary Footprint To The Library

 

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Afro-Funk Gets The State House In A Groove

 

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Boricua, From Loíza To New Haven

 

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Eddie Rivera Takes Us To Church

 

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ICE Opposition Gets A Painterly Assist

 

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“Brown People Are Down People,” And Other Life Lessons

 

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Entrepreneurs Jump From Cosmetics To Compost

 

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Artspace Gets Collaborative

 

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State Street Overpass Inches Toward Illumination

 

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Westville Gets A Quince And Salsa Kick

 

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Dark Matters

 

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Cafe Nine Slows It Down

 

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Summer Meals Rolls Into August

 

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Mayoral Contenders Weigh In On The Arts

 

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Noah Bloom Takes The Helm At NMS

 

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Bridgeport Gets Down With The Bard

 

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"The Public" Hits Home At The Library

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Evelyn Gray Blooms Into Her First Album

 

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Jam Sesh Heats Up The State House

 

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At Long Wharf, Kit Ingui Takes The Wheel

 

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SAMESEX Stuns At City Lights

 

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“Help Your Shelves” Grows Literacy In Dixwell

 

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A Filmmaker Tells Her IUD Story

 

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New Film Series "Ignites The Light" On Black Experience

 

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Summer Apprentices Zoom In On New Haven’s Neighborhoods

 

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Drag Queens Raise The Roof For Youth

 

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A Little Jamaica Comes To Hamden

 

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SAMESEX Braves The Rain

 

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Yale Summer Cab Heads To The Park

 

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New Haven Mourns, Remembers Andy Wolf

 

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Scantlebury Skate Park Rolls Toward A Build Out

 

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Welcome To The Kitchen Oasis

 

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Young New Haveners LEAP Into Reading

 

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Newhallville Builds Mud Into Community

 

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See You Monday!

 

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Rain Barrels Get A Fishy Flourish

 

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“Factory” Winds Back The Clock To Revisit History

 

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Pride Center Checks Its +Obias At The Door

 

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“More Is More” Takes A Trip Down Memory Lane

 

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“Space” Prepares For Liftoff At District

 

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Hamden Does The "Chicano Two-Step"

 

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Snake Oil Dies Of Sunsets

 

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“I Risked My Life Because I Didn’t Know”

 

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Revolution & Resilience, Khartoum To New Haven

 

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Can Artists Help Make New Haven A Sanctuary City?

 

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Survivors, Called To The Stage, Spread Their Stories

 

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Shake ‘N’ Vibrate Gets Hip To Swamp Dogg

 

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Students Dig In For The Long Haul

 

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Caribbean Festival Spreads Some Diasporic Love

 

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Mdou Moctar Dazzles The State House

 

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A Summer Camp Where Stonewall Echoes

 

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Ives Book Club Turns The Page To Immigration

 

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Jerome Zerbe Gets Social At The Beinecke

 

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Trey Moore Taps Into The Summer Solstice

 

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“IMatter” Rolls Into City Hall

 

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Elm City Games Bunks With Baobab Tree

 

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A Living Bridge for an Abused River

 

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Juneteenth Honors The Elders, Invites In The Youth

 

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Bolero and Bach Bring Arts & Ideas Home

 

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Make Music Day Grows Across New Haven

 

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At 25 Years, Dwight/Edgewood Gets Magical

 

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Voices Raised, And Heard, For Literacy

 

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Clink! Cheers Abound As Trinity Reopens

 

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Adae Fine Art Heads To State Street

 

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Poole: It's Time For Equity In The Arts

 

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Glambat Feels God, And It’s Good

 

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HSC Grads Fête Their “Unstoppable” Community

 

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Green Turns Up For The Culture

 

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The Freddy Fixes Up A New Leadership Team

 

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Co-Op Grads Build Their “Brand”

 

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Drag Queen Story Hour Goes Under The Sea

 

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A Renaissance Grows In New Haven

 

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“Casa Grande” Brings Family And Migration Home

 

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State Street Overpass Poised For Transformation

 

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A Poet Turns To “Flossing” Once Again

 

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Is Mesopotamia Still Speaking?

 

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Garba Hits The Green

 

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Can “Shift Change” Shift The Policing Discussion?

 

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37 Years In And Counting

 

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Tools And Tinkering Lead To An Education

 

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Career Student: Don't Cut Our Teachers

 

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Co-Op Students: What Happens To Creative Writing Now?

 

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Thabisa Heads To The Main Stage

 

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He Needs That Record!

 

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“Echoes Of Love” Dredges Up Decades Of Memory

 

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(Some) Women Artists Give Their Window On The World

 

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Freddy Fixer’s 55th Becomes A Family Reunion

 

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NHA Students Test Out The Workplace

 

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Co-Op Actor Lands Role On Board Of Ed

 

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“Salvage” Mines Trash For Community Treasure

 

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Neville Wisdom Springs Into Brunch

 

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Bond Villain Strikes Back For The Summer

 

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New Haven Playwright Finds Her Story In Harlem

 

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At Ely Center, Artists Dig, Then Dive

 

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A Love Story, A Lifetime In The Making

 

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Michael Quirk Brings Light To The Darkness

 

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Earth Building Collective Strikes Gold

 

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Waterbury Iftar Breaks Fast With Community

 

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Green Wakes To A Brazilian Beat

 

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Drag Queens ANSWER Call To Quash Bigotry

 

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Eileen Hogan’s Windows On Reality

 

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Shake 'N' Vibrate Flies With Lyn Collins

 

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Harp Campaign Tries Out A Trump Card

 

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Furry Friends Get A Taste Of Edgewood Park

 

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ConnCAT's Café Gets A Facelift

 

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Pendragon: Let’s Go Green With The Arts

 

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Story Days Ends With A Beginning

 

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At Kids Kraze, A Summer Mom To Many

 

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Quinnipiac Riverfest Soaks In The Sun

 

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Pride Prom, Still Evolving, Returns To Temple Street

 

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Artists Shine At New Haven’s Night Market

 

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Flamenco Passion! Hits New Haven

 

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“Rainbow Libraries" Rev Up LGBTQ+ Literacy

 

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Sincera Gets Around Its Hidden Corners

 

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“We Will Rebuild It. Every Single Time.”

 

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Gay Men’s Chorus Rises And Remembers Stonewall

 

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Another Octave Winds Back The Clock

 

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Mandingo Ambassadors Pitch In For One Of Their Own

 

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At Redscroll Records, Vinyl Escapes Extinction

 

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Long Wharf Keeps “A Doll’s House” Afloat

 

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“Pivot” Pivots To The Grieving Process

 

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A Blake Street Dream Realized

 

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At Pride Center, Queer Artists Won’t Be Erased

 

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"Cities & Memory" Drips With Ghosts

 

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East Street Artists Weave Reuse Into Community

 

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A Mural Blooms At Wilson

 

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(Some Of) Connecticut’s Tiny Desks

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Young Oboist Makes Her Chamber Orchestra Debut

 

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On Arts, Harp Goes In On Neighborhoods

 

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They Remember

 

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“Cadillac Crew” Drives Truth To Power

 

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When Mozart Met Moana

 

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How New Haven Saved Him

 

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