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by Allan Appel | Nov 16, 2018 12:15 pm | Comments (1)
A restaurateur is planning to open a new high-end Indian restaurant in the corridor between Broadway’s Yale Booskstore and the Apple Store, at the site of the shuttered Thali Too, a vegetarian Indian eatery that closed in 2017.
He plans to get a liquor license. But, he said, his people will be very well-behaved — so he doesn’t see why he’d have to close up at 11:30 p.m.
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by Markeshia Ricks | Nov 16, 2018 7:28 am | Comments (3)
In a town where getting a good slice is a given, Robin Bodak and Doug Coffin thought adding one more place to the apizza landscape couldn’t hurt, especially when in a place where people have good memories.
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by Brian Slattery | Nov 16, 2018 7:27 am
The cell looks more like a tomb, a catacomb, something to get lost and buried in. The barred windows let in so little light that most of the image is taken up by darkness. It might take a minute to locate the prisoner in the picture, slumped on the floor near the window but barely registering the sun streaming in.
It’s a portrait of solitary despair, and is at the heart of “Captive Bodies: British Prisons, 1750–1900,” an exhibit at the Yale Center for British Art that’s in the final weeks of its run but, in the context of a changing gubernatorial leadership, takes on a certain urgency along with its timeless tone of caution.
Continue reading ‘Before The Second Chance Society, There Was Newgate’
by Paul Bass | Nov 15, 2018 2:18 pm
I’m With Her, the Americana acoustic supergroup, played a memorable song at College Street Music Hall on Wednesday night. An original song.
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by Brian Slattery | Nov 15, 2018 12:39 pm | Comments (1)
A note bends down on a synth. There’s a harp flourish. A beat drops. And a clip from a lecture runs. “What do we see what we look at art?” a voice says. “Consider how something is made as well as what it is.” The voice shifts. Art is “not that different from having a conversation with someone.”
The music on gets a little more menacing, and that’s when Ibn Orator comes in, dropping lines that break across the beat in inventive inflections that range from funny to piercing. “I get muscle spasms every time you ask if I’m still doing music,” he raps. “Nobody asks if you still racked in the 9 to 5 / Nobody asks if a lion catches its food alive…. I want to say please wait and enjoy the ride.”
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by Ted Littleford | Nov 15, 2018 7:26 am
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by Donald Brown | Nov 14, 2018 7:55 am
The Prisoner, an original production with text and stage direction by Peter Brook and Marie-Héléne Estienne, makes a somewhat belated — and engrossing — debut at Yale Repertory Theatre.
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by Ted Littleford | Nov 14, 2018 7:33 am
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by Thomas Breen | Nov 13, 2018 9:23 pm | Comments (9)
Cue up the concerts: The College Street Music Hall’s proposal to open a new mid-sized music venue emerged victorious in a months-long bid to fill a vacant downtown commercial space.
Continue reading ‘Music Hall Wins Garage Venue Bid’
by Ted Littleford | Nov 13, 2018 7:55 am
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