Stonehenge solstice partytime

August 29, 2008 • 0
The train ride had gone smoothly, the countryside was postcard picturesque and nightfall was still hours away. My friends and I strode giddily through the pasture on this last day of spring before finding the rest of our group camped out in a prime spot. We added our blankets to the spread and barely even »

Sandra’s fills plates, arteries

February 17, 2006 • 0
On occasion, dining halls just cannot satisfy the inevitable craving for home cooking. Their occasional attempt at Southern cuisine canon — whole buffets of meatless fried chicken, macaroni and cheese (and copious oil), bitter collard greens and corn “bread” (cake) — is just not up to par. But those with a hankering for a hearty »

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January 20, 2006 • 0
It’s Wednesday night — forget the problem sets and hundreds of pages of reading, it’s time to play the part of vicious fashion connoisseur. “Project Runway” is on. A reality show about sixteen fashion designers competing for the top prize that easily stands-out on the rerun-driven Bravo network, “Project Runway” has deservedly attracted a rabid »

Bello bistro is a full delight

November 5, 2005 • 0
For the average Yale student a four-course meal has come to mean slim pickings from the salad bar, a generic meat dish with soggy vegetables, a peanut-butter sandwich and purple ice-cream squeezed onto a tray. Fortunately, there is an alternative for disillusioned taste buds whose owners have a few bucks to spare: the innovative and »

Artists open up studios to public

October 14, 2005 • 0
While students may spend their weekends this October procrastinating in a variety of ways, either by watching a movie for the nth time or just sitting around, a slightly more cultural option will be available this weekend to those putting off schoolwork with the opening of Artspace’s 8th Annual City-Wide Open Studios. The exhibition, which »