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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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Yale Linguists Slay Latin Kings

 

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“The Orderly” Hits Shelves, And Hearts

 

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LEAP's Read-In Rocks The Green

Eight year old Serenity Lewis dives into a book from Tedd Arnold's "Fly Guy" series after learning a few new science tips from Jada Jones. Lucy Gellman Photos. 

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Ives Squared Draws A Crowd—And A Protest

Lucy Gellman Photos.

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Welcome To "Ives Squared"

After years of planning, renovation, and funding from the Elm City Innovation Collaborative and City of New Haven, Ives Squared will open at the New Haven Free Public Library on June 27. Lucy Gellman Photos.  

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The "Big Read" Takes On Racism

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Literacy Luminary Gets Her Corner

Seven years after Christine Alexander's death—and two after New Haven Reads brought the initial request to the city's Board of Alders—the corner of Bristol and Ashmun Streets has been officially christened Christine Alexander Corner. Lucy Gellman Photos.  

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Cedar Hill’s Christmas Wish

Kennya Adams-Martin and Camille Ansley at a "Cedar Hill Paint Party" earlier this year. It was there that they decorated the first little free library. Lucy Gellman Photo. 

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Tainted Love

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Fair Haven Branch Turns 100, And Looks Ahead

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