City | 11:16 pm | June 19, 2009 | By Yale Daily News

Better them than Sean Kingstonā€¦

The alternative rock band Sister Hazel, which performed alongside T.I. and The Format at Spring Fling in 2007, is coming back to New Haven as part of the annual Music on the Green concert series. Officials at Market New Haven announced Thursday the full lineup for the free summer concerts, which begin at 6 p.m. »

City | 8:17 pm | June 15, 2009 | By Carol Hsin

Festival’s opening weekend features a little of everything

Over 50 kids munched popcorn on Saturday afternoon, crowding the portico of the Yale Center for British Art. Sprawled on petite mats, their faces stared rapt with enthusiasm at the red velvet curtains of a puppet booth. The silly humor of “The Punch and Judy Comedy” show — just one of several events lined up »

City | 1:08 pm | June 15, 2009 | By Snigdha Sur

New Haven’s own tennis-themed ‘American Idol’

  Last week, all that stood between ambitious kids and a spot on center court at the Pilot Pen tennis tournament was the singer JoJo. At the second annual Pilot Pen Tennis Casting Call, kids 12 and younger nervously vied for the gig to sing “America the Beautiful” at the tennis tournament held annually in »

Uncategorized | 9:18 am | June 11, 2009 | By Harrison Korn

So what’s that mystery ‘third building’?

UPDATE (2:01 p.m.): The links to the PDFs actually work now. Oops. The pretty PDFs we posted yesterday, courtesy of Robert A.M. Stern Architects, contained some never-before-reported details.  (As an aside: “moats” without water and alligators and sharp objects are not moats.  They are just depressions filled with shrubbery.) Here’s a rundown: Students in the »

Uncategorized | 10:13 pm | May 13, 2009 | By Yale Daily News

Eli picked to lead National Endowment for the Arts

It turns out Harold Hongju Koh won’t be the only Yale affiliate to vie for Senate confirmation this spring. Former School of Drama professor Rocco Landesman DRA ’76, a producer who brought hits including “Angels in America” and “The Producers” to Broadway, has been nominated as the next chairman of the National Endowment for the »