Erin Donar
Beinecke exhibit looks at law in kids’ books

Children have often read comic books without the approval of their parents, but a new exhibit shows how these and other children’s books have taught […]

After bankruptcy, Sprague renovations back on track

Come the start of next semester, the familiar sight of chain-link fences and concrete barriers around Sprague Hall may be a distant memory. The renovation […]

Chapel St. art display focuses on use of light

While walking down Chapel Street, some people mistake Joy Wulke’s ARC ’74 art display for the opening of a new nightclub. With the assistance of […]

British portraiture arrives in New Haven

As London’s National Portrait Gallery undergoes renovations, the Yale Center for British Art has the opportunity to borrow some of the gallery’s most notable portraits, […]

African Gallery under renovation

Yalies who want to feast their eyes on ancient art had better hurry. The African Gallery of the Yale University Art Gallery closed Jan. 2 […]

Art exhibit combines kids’ creativity, optimism

The optimism of brotherhood and the creativity of children have come together in a new art exhibit at the Shubert Theater. The exhibit, called “Reflections: […]

Yale group pushes ‘new music’

With its name originating from the Japanese word for “to play,” the So Percussion Group is attempting to popularize the percussion quartet with energetic performances […]

DeStefano talks about progress, doughnuts

When many people think of New Haven, they focus on Yale University or its noted theater community. But Mayor John DeStefano Jr. thinks of pastries. […]

‘Magician’ brings Spanish theater

“The Great Magician,” a classical Faust tale newly adapted and translated by Alexander Barreto DRA ’03, will begin performances tonight at the University Theater. Pedro […]

‘Nutcracker’ still a hit in New Haven

For years, the “Nutcracker” has been a staple of the holiday season and has enjoyed widespread popularity. The city of New Haven is no exception, […]

A Haven for architects

The world’s most notable architects are found in Paris, Tokyo, New York and — perhaps most overlooked — right here in New Haven. New Haven […]