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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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Thurgood Marshall Brings the LEAP Community Together

LEAP Staffer Rachel Kline Brown submitted the following Friday, after LEAP students attended a screening of the film Marshall with the film’s screenwriter, local attorney Michael Koskoff.

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Tuesday Toons

A few months ago, The Arts Paper held its first (and possibly only?) bad cartoon contest. We got some great entries, including a winner that's now available in an April 2018 issue on newsstands and in cafes around New Haven. That image comes from Vyanah Bennett, a student in graphic design and photography at Gateway Community College. 

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Chew On It

Chris Chew in action. Will Reid Photo.s 

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I'm A Museum Advocate. Here's Why.

On Feb. 27, Durbin and other museum advocates from across the country stormed the Hill to talk to legislators about museum funding. Here's why. Photos courtesy Amy Durbin. 

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"Critizens" Hit Three Sheets

One of the installations at the event. Stephen Urchick Photo.

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A 21st Century Capital Battle

It started with a Tweet. It ended with a semi-Hamiltonian battle. But in the middle there was the question: who actually lays claim to Connecticut's capital? And who should?

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Sally’s, A Love Song

"One will never forget their first Sally’s tomato pie!" Bart Conners Szczarba Photos. 

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We Remember

A photograph from last year's vigil for the victims of the Orlando shooting. No photographs were allowed at Tuesday's event. Lucy Gellman Photo.

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Betsy Ross Comes To Lyric Hall

Daniel Eugene Photos. 

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Fall In The Garden

The following is a citizen contribution submitted by Esther Rose-Wilen, garden education coordinator at the New Haven Land Trust. 

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