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His “Thrill” Isn’t Gone

by Paul Bass | Sep 24, 2014 10:28 am | Comments (1)

Would you throw Mike Latornica a quarter?

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Expanded PRIDE Rejuvenates City

by Jordi Gassó | Sep 23, 2014 2:08 pm

Jordi Gassó Photo Barbra Streisand, Tina Turner and Judy Garland walked into a bar.

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A New Haven Band Finds Its Lost Mind

by Lucy Gellman | Sep 19, 2014 11:45 am

Sam Perduta was losing his mind at the mic. The audience could see it slipping through his open lips and strumming fingers as he played, a brilliant flash of light here; a catch of breath there. In a small, clean corner of his skull, Erin McKeown, Buddy Holly and Wilco were slapping high fives and toasting to his new-found insanity. 

Lucy Gellman Photo Or maybe he had lost it already, wailing:

Lonesome, when I see you smile

And I’m dreaming that I’ve been someone else

Holy, when you’re here for a while 

All is beaming and we’re no longer in hell

I lost my mind in 2009

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Harpist Takes Care Of Unfinished Business

by Lucy Gellman | Sep 17, 2014 1:02 pm

Several years ago, in a Brooklyn that was largely new to him, Edmar Castaneda was picturing his ideal jazz setup: A clean, long stage in a performance hall or bar, ready for a night of music. But no upright bass. And certainly no saxophone.


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Look At All That Music

by Lucy Gellman | Sep 16, 2014 12:04 pm

Yale University Art Gallery Collection Jessica Sack motioned to Anthony Hernandez’ Landscapes for the Homeless # 68, asking the audience what they saw. 

Piled possessions, one viewer noted. A messy space, without any inherent order.

The soiled rug, another suggested. Sack nodded. It looked like a home. Or a shelter, not a home. Except nobody was living there.

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Bassist Catches Fire

by Lucy Gellman | Sep 15, 2014 2:10 pm

Matt Brewer leaned into his upright bass, winding slowly around it as if it was a lover and he, so moved by the early fall weather, could imagine nothing better than spending the night beside it.

Their relationship, the audience could already see, was one of complete trust: For every nudge and stroke he gave, it would return a soulful, deep-bellied breath, filling Morse Recital Hall on College Street with a flurry of notes, one falling on top of the other.

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Jake Returns With His Family Of Jewels

by David Sepulveda | Sep 10, 2014 11:48 am

DAVID SEPULVEDA PHOTO Speaking about singer-songwriter Allan “Jake” Jacobs of Jake and the Family Jewels fame, Steve Asetta, saxophonist and conductor of Westville’s Lyric Hall Orchestra project, made no bones about it: “Jake’s voice remains unchanged—it may be even better. He is a true singer.”

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Folk Fest Reveals A Changing Scene

by Lucy Gellman | Sep 8, 2014 4:05 pm

Lucy Gellman Photo Having just thanked the audience for “being here on this dog day of summer,” Ian and Dustin Meadows lifted their guitars like offerings for a third time, launching into the first verse of their new song “Julianna.”

Their lyrics (You only have to be a song Juliannaaaaa…) traveled to nearby booths, where New Haveners Pat Kane and Channing Harris exhorted the values of DoCoMoMo and the New Haven Preservation Trust to passing visitors.

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Ninth Square Makes Noise!

by Lucy Gellman | Sep 8, 2014 12:27 pm

Svigals + Partners Photo It was 4 p.m. on a Friday. The end of the work week loomed, the ticking of clocks across the city growing louder with each each drawn-out minute.

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Blind Jazz Prodigy Revealed As Regular Teenager

by Jordi Gassó | Sep 5, 2014 11:59 am

Like many 13 year-olds, Matthew Whitaker likes to play on his Nintendo Wii console. He likes to munch on Goldfish crackers. The youngest of four, he has two brothers and one sister. He smiles often.

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