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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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Chaos, Then Quiet In “Injunction Junction”

 

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Know Before You Go

 

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Rapper Makes Last-Minute Push For “O.Z. Griebs”

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“Bike The Vote” Wheels Into Election Season

 

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Playlist Drop: Monte Frank Gets The Blues

Monte Frank has a routine when he gets into work, or hops on his bike and fastens his helmet for a long ride. He flips through his playlists—there are several—chooses one, and hits shuffle. A little Miles Davis coasts over his headphones. Then some Muddy Waters, B.B. King. The list shuffles forward to the Grateful Dead, then spits out country, Americana, and a little old-school rock.

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Playlist Drop: Lamont Grooves From Woodstock To “Oldchella”

A week out from Connecticut’s Nov. 6 election, Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Ned Lamont is reaching into the fond recesses of his memory—not for data or talking points on the state's pension crisis and solutions for statewide debt, but for several well-loved songs that help him relax on the campaign trail.

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Lawyers To ICE: Free Nelson. Now.

 

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Urban League To Voters: “Enough Is Enough”

 

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Can This Rap Save Oz Griebel?

 

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Lamont To Nonprofits: I’m Your Guy

 

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