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When The Old South Haunts The New

by Donald Brown | Jan 18, 2019 7:46 am

T. Charles Erickson PhotosWhen you hear the term “Southern Gothic,” what do you think of? Racism, incest, misogyny, patriarchy, madness, suicide, a crumbling old house in which, at some level of symbolism, the white supremacist evils of the Confederacy eat away at the foundations of civilized society? Boo Killebrew’s Miller, Mississippi has it all, served up with a persistent backdrop of newscasts — from 1960 to 1994 — to help us keep track.

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Primary Care Uber Update: Smart Phone Not Required

by Thomas Breen | Jan 7, 2019 2:02 pm | Comments (1)

Thomas Breen photoDon’t have a smart phone, but need access to primary care? Uber will still pick you up.

Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH) offered that peek at how transportation will work in its plan to close down three existing primary care services and relocate them to a consolidated facility on Long Wharf. The peek came in its latest update submission to the state as part of its bid to create the new facility.

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Terminal 110 Feeds Soul And Body

by Brian Slattery | Dec 13, 2018 7:33 am

Brian Slattery PhotosTerminal 110 on Sargent Drive was already crowded Wednesday evening, the tables near the stage accounted for and the bar area bustling, when Anthony Williams stepped to the microphone.

“Time to network, maybe meet somebody,” he said. “Maybe you meet someone who’s struggling, tell them they’re going to make it. You never know.” He continued: “You had a bite to eat. You had something to drink. Now it’s time to feel the vibe.”

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“Paradise Blue” Burns Red Hot

by Brian Slattery | Nov 29, 2018 12:11 pm

T. Charles Erickson PhotosA man in a blue suit stands alone on a stage in a small club and begins to play the trumpet. His talent isn’t in question. He has a gift for the instrument. But the sound he makes speaks of frustration too, of running up against limitations, about wrestling with inner turmoil. There is a sense of the player reaching for something and not getting there, and knowing he’s not getting there. What is he going to do about it?

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Primary Plan’s Obstacle: Broken Bus System

by Thomas Breen | Nov 29, 2018 8:08 am | Comments (10)

Thomas Breen photosGiven New Haven’s broken bus system, how would car-less New Haveners get to a new primary care center planned for Long Wharf?

Yale-New Haven Hospital and the city’s two community health centers will have to answer those questions over the next two weeks to win state permission to transform the way that New Haven’s poor get medical care.

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