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  • State Dems To Elm City: Get Out The Vote!

    Connecticut Democrats descended on Sherman Avenue to remind local politicos that the fate of November’s general election — and whether or not the state turns red — may rest on whether they can turn out the New Haven vote.


  • Elm City Noise Fest Showcases Community

    Elm City Noise Festival — which kicks off next week — has morphed over the years, but it still strives to provide a platform for experimental and improvisational music, the kind that asks its fans to experience it as it happens without expectation. Audiences will have more than one chance to catch a variety of acts, old and new, at shows being held at venues, also old and new, throughout New Haven.


  • Elm City Arts Scene Opens Wide

    Amid the three October weekends of programming Artspace has planned for this year’s City-Wide Open Studios is an art invasion of Yale West Campus on the weekend of Oct. 26 to 28. Dozens of artists from around the state will take over room after room of the facility, along with 12 commissioned works — focused on the theme of wellbeing — that range from an exhibit about dirt, roots, and insects to a communal steam room, to a dance piece, to a choir.

    A choir?