Erin Donar
‘Fighting Words’ opens at the New Theater

The story of Johnny Owen, the boxer who “died for Wales,” has inspired a new play from the Yale Repertory Theatre. “Fighting Words,” an original […]

Lectures seek harmony between music, the brain

Music may play a larger part in the field of neuroscience than it has previously been thought, and a series of lectures at the Yale […]

Crafts for sale at Audubon St. exhibit

Cuddly stuffed animals, along with blown glass globes, can now be seen side by side at a crafts celebration on Audubon Street. Just in time […]

Architect focuses on environmental practices

For architect Glenn Murcutt, development and progress in building does not necessarily have to mean environmental degradation. The Bishop visiting professor gave a lecture Thursday […]

New exhibit brings Russian icons to New Haven

Russian windows to heaven are now on display at a new art exhibit only blocks from the Yale campus on State Street. In “Holy Icons […]

Modern ‘Alcestis” opens in front of full house

Aspects of Chinese opera and Greek tragedy come together with a modern spin in a new play in a Yale School of Drama student’s new […]

Architect discusses ‘informal networks’

Famed architect Cecil Balmond sees algorithms as more than a way to torture students on problem sets. The Eero Saarinen Visiting Professor of Architectural Design, […]

Singer captivates with music, lecture

Magdalen Hsu-Li’s story is complicated: she is a bisexual Asian-American who grew up in the South, and her music blends alternative, acoustic, pop and folk. […]

Koffee Too? features artsy additions

Two artistic additions at Koffee Too? may give patrons an added and unexpected treat when they stop in for a cup of coffee or a […]

In city on the Green, no simple answers

Bill Burliegh strokes a 9-week-old puppy named Rocky belonging to a friend he calls Miss Joe. Burliegh occasionally looks after Rocky, because he and Miss […]

IKEA one step closer to approval

Yale students might soon have a new furniture-purchasing option besides the Salvation Army, the Rubber Match, and the Yale Bookstore. On Oct. 2, a proposal […]