Sections

Neighborhoods

Features

Follow Us

NHI Newsletter

Some Favorite Sites

Government/ Community Links

Arts

“Gollum” Romps In The Uncanny Valley

by Brian Slattery | May 25, 2015 10:35 am

Gollum: Monsters of Ruin and the Techno-Sublime at Artspace on Orange Street draws from a lot of disparate elements: punk, computer animation, even old cartoons. What pulls it all together is that it’s creepy, like the better psychological horror movies out there, or the bad dream you can’t shake, and aren’t quite sure you want to.

Continue reading ‘“Gollum” Romps In The Uncanny Valley’ »

Lyric Hall Parties With A Purpose

by Markeshia Ricks | May 22, 2015 2:32 pm | Comments (4)

Markeshia Ricks Photo Friends of Lyric Hall lifted their bid paddles and their forks to raise some cash for the restored century-old former Vaudeville theater.

Continue reading ‘Lyric Hall Parties With A Purpose’ »

Palmyra Artifacts Survive ISIS—On Chapel Street

by Allan Appel | May 22, 2015 2:31 pm

Yale University Art Gallery As the world frets about whether ancient sculptures will survive the sledgehammers of the newly arrived conquerors of Palmyra, Syria, a sense of what’s at stake can be found here in New Haven.

Continue reading ‘Palmyra Artifacts Survive ISIS—On Chapel Street’ »

“Next Stage” Takes The Stage

by Brian Slattery | May 22, 2015 1:38 pm

Brian Slattery Photo Wearing a hard hat because the crew was still assembling the set, Sound Resident Lindsay Wagner demonstrated some of the sound design for the Long Wharf’s staging this weekend of The Boy at the Edge of Everything, by Finegan Kruckemeyer. She looked toward the stage, where one crew member was up on a ladder that reached to the high ceiling of Long Wharf’s Stage II, adjusting a light. Another crew member was below him, checking his work.

“Sound!” Wagner called.

Continue reading ‘“Next Stage” Takes The Stage’ »

Arnott’s Arts Happenings May 25–31

by Chris Arnott | May 22, 2015 12:02 pm

Lots of ways of getting around town this week. Rig1 raps about walking zombies. The Peabody points out meteors from Mars. New Haven Symphony Orchestra sweeps up the enchanted “Sorcerer’s Apprentice.” There’s a festival for food trucks, a pop-up celebration of Fair Haven, and a scavenger hunt for bicyclists.

Continue reading ‘Arnott’s Arts Happenings May 25–31’ »

Improvised Chamber Music Reshapes Never Ending Books

by Adam Matlock | May 22, 2015 10:30 am | Comments (1)

Adam Matlock photo “We’re going to make it what we we want it to be,” said guitarist Trevor Babb of the Aprés-Garde Ensemble. He was introducing “Book,” a composition by Will Redman that offered musicians dozens of performance possibilities by allowing them to play any of the work’s 98 pages in any sequence or layering.

But at last Saturday’s installment of the ongoing Uncertainty Music Series — held at Never Ending Books, its long-time primary residence — Babb could have been describing a lot about the performances by the Aprés-Garde Ensemble and Carte Noire, both of which let the musicians’ desires shape the possibilities of a performance of chamber music.

Continue reading ‘Improvised Chamber Music Reshapes Never Ending Books’ »

Tim Berne Sells More Than Snake Oil At Firehouse 12

by Adam Matlock | May 21, 2015 2:22 pm

Adam Matlock Photo For the leader of a band named Snakeoil, alto saxophonist Tim Berne didn’t give off much of a salesman vibe. His introductions for each composition, over two sets at Firehouse 12 last Friday, were infused with wry humor, and while he did try to pitch T-shirts for his record label to the audience (“the last nine in existence”) you didn’t get the impression he was trying to push something on you. As he and pianist Matt Mitchell, his longtime collaborator, shot ideas back and forth with modifications, feints, and additions, it was obvious that this was a negotiation — and a fascinating one — to watch and to hear.

Continue reading ‘Tim Berne Sells More Than Snake Oil At Firehouse 12’ »

$25,000 Arts Grant, Anyone?

by Allan Appel | May 21, 2015 10:56 am | Comments (1)

Allan Appel Photo Permanent chess tables in Fair Haven public parks? How about classical music concerts in the city’s shelters to help residents allay the extreme anxieties of homelessness?

Continue reading ‘$25,000 Arts Grant, Anyone?’ »

“101 Threads” Stitch Artists Together

by David Sepulveda | May 21, 2015 8:38 am | Comments (4)

Courtesy RAHEEM NELSON One can now add threads to the ceremonial ribbons Mayor Toni Harp has been cutting across the city lately — 101 of them, to be exact.

Continue reading ‘“101 Threads” Stitch Artists Together’ »

Great Balls Of Fire

by Brian Slattery | May 20, 2015 12:57 pm

New Haven’s glorious fetish for 1950s rock ‘n’ roll (thank you, Jon Stone) was in full force at Cafe Nine Monday night.

There was that now-classic sound that Elvis, Scotty Moore, and Bill Black made at Sun Studios in Memphis in 1954 and 1955. But there was also the ranging spirit of that era, in which, for an exhilarating few years, the conventions of rock ‘n’ roll still hadn’t been nailed down and seemingly anything was all right, as long as you could dance to it.

Continue reading ‘Great Balls Of Fire’ »

Events Calendar

loading…

SeeClickFix »

Tree Trimming
May 25, 2015 10:48 am
Address: 170 Bellevue Rd New Haven, Connecticut
Rating: 1

There is a tree near the corner of Bellevue and Glen (on the side of 170 Bellevue Rd)...

more »
Bins for Trash & Recycling
May 25, 2015 10:44 am
Address: 170 Bellevue Rd New Haven, Connecticut
Rating: 1

Our garbage bin and our recycling bin are damaged. We also have an extra recycling bin....

more »

PosterWallAdd your Poster

Sponsors

N.H.I. Site Design & Development

smartpill design