Malcolm Tang
Staff Reporter
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Peabody exhibition features bird paintings

As a child growing up in Chicago, Al Gilbert would skip school to visit the zoo, where he spent his days drawing the animals in […]

Prison set to close, with inmate numbers dwindling

With yet another state prison closing, the era of mass incarceration may be coming to an end in Connecticut. The Enfield Correctional Institution, which currently […]

Who’s At The Table?

Believe it or not, my mind drifts away from the setting in the first minute. But in no way because the play bores me. A […]

City gets EPA grant

The Elm City is about to get a little greener with the help of a new Environmental Protection Agency grant. The Environmental Justice Small Grant […]

Shubert promotes upcoming musical

The second-floor lobby of the Shubert Theatre on Saturday took on the trappings of an art studio, enlivened by scores of children absorbed in rock […]

City expands absentee-voting hours

Casting absentee ballots in New Haven just become easier for voters who work full-time. For the upcoming general election, the City Clerk’s Office scheduled extended […]

IRIS holds refugee English lessons

Four mornings a week, the Church of the Redeemer on Cold Spring Street will hum with human voices and excitement — but not from prayers […]

Peabody exhibit explores migration through art

We humans draw lines on maps, setting up boundaries of states, counties, private lands and national parks. But what do these demarcations mean for animals? […]

Yale holds Physics Olympics

If you were to take all the leaves off the trees in Connecticut, how many square miles would they cover? High school students from across […]

Times reporter criticizes EPA

When Lisa Friedman started reporting for Climatewire in 2008, she thought that — like her previous stints reporting on Congress, taxation and immigration — the […]

Church St. South hopes for revival

Cross the street from the humming Union Station and you enter a world of eerie silence. Row after row of houses stand empty, boarded up […]