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  1. Yale Africa Film Festival In New HavenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CTNow.com

    The Yale Africa Film Festival, a series of movies from South Africa, Nigeria and the African diaspora, will be Oct. 26 and 27 at three locations at Yale University in New Haven . The festival is sponsored by the Council on African Studies and the Afro-American Cultural Center at Yale.

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  2. Wavves, Beach Fossils Together At College Street Music HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 20 | CTNow.com

    The scrappy and overdriven drum sound on the opening of "All Star Goth," the new single from Wavves , is sort of the sonic equivalent of a raised middle finger. It's not belligerent exactly.

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  3. Darius Jones' Shades of Black To Play Firehouse 12Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 20 | CTNow.com

    Composer, alto saxophonist and band leader Darius Jones has been exploring big themes involving African-American traditions, history and culture and the ways they relate, inspire and feed into the wider world. Jones branches into the realms of sci-fi and Afro-mysticism as well.

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  4. Arts News: Laurel & Hardy At Hill-Stead; 'America's Got...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | CTNow.com

    Tawnie Olson, who lives in New Haven, has won this year's grand prize in the Barlow Endowment for Music Composition competition, which is administered by the school of music at Brigham Young University in Utah. She won the prize for writing a work for ensemble groups.

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  5. Zuppardi's Hosts 'Apizza History Dinner' At The Hops CompanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | CTNow.com

    It's one of the newest mobile restaurants in the New Haven area, but its brand is more than 80 years old. Zuppardi's Apizza, renowned in West Haven since 1934, has hit the streets of the Elm City with its bright-red Zupp's Truck, outfitted to produce the quality brick-oven pizzas that have been its hallmark for eight decades.

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  6. Liverpool's Wombats Coming To College StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | CTNow.com

    Earlier this year, the Wombats released "Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life," the band's fourth full-length studio album. The title deserves credit for its cheeky brilliance.

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  7. Matthew Perryman Jones Brings His Themes Of Sadness To Cafe NineRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | CTNow.com

    Happiness is an elusive thing. That's part of the point of "Happy," the opening song on Nashville singer/songwriter Matthew Perryman Jones' new album "Waking Hours," his seventh studio record.

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  8. Captured! By Robots Bringing Dystopian Nightmare To New HavenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 6 | CTNow.com

    Well, sort of - on the one hand there's a dude with a bunch of machines making an unholy racket, and that's pretty entertaining even if you don't know the story. The story, though, is that the sole human on stage is enslaved by the music-making robots and they're forcing him to travel and perform.

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  9. 'Captive Bodies' At Yale Tells History Of Prison Practices In British IslesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 6 | CTNow.com

    Before the 18th century in England, criminals didn't go to prison. Prisons, as understood by people in the 21st century, did not exist.

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  10. Jason Stein's Hearts And Minds To Play Firehouse 12Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 6 | CTNow.com

    Chicago trio Hearts and Minds, led by bass clarinetist Jason Stein, just released its new record "Electroradiance." One can't hear the warm and robust sound of the bass clarinet without thinking of adventurous multi-reed player and composer Eric Dolphy.

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  11. 'Altar Boyz' At Seven Angels A Divine ComedyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 2 | CTNow.com

    A decade and a half ago, "Altar Boyz" was a divinely inspired spoof of two inescapable institutions with massive followings: organized religion and boy bands. The show had a long run off Broadway.

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  12. A Hack And A Hacksaw To Bring Inspired Instrumental Music To Cafe NineRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 29 | CTNow.com

    A Hack and a Hacksaw is a duo including accordionist Jeremy Barnes and violinist Heather Trost. The group plays Cafe Nine Oct. 8. A Hack and a Hacksaw is a duo including accordionist Jeremy Barnes and violinist Heather Trost.

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  13. Big Band Orquesta El Macabeo To Play State HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 29 | CTNow.com

    Orquesta el Macabeo plays its own brand of big-band salsa from Puerto Rico, with plenty of brassy horns punching in assertive rhythmic blasts.The horns compete with the congas, timbales and cowbells, which together establish a thick volley of percussive statements over which the singers exclaim and emote. And the piano playing is a rhythm section unto itself.

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  14. 'The Roommate' Moves Into The Long WharfRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 29 | CTNow.com

    Connecticut audience know Jen Silverman from the premiere of her brazen Gothic update "The Moors" at Yale Repertory Theatre in 2016 and last year's Connecticut Repertory Theatre production of her social media satire "That Poor Girl and How He Killed Her." Now we get to look at one of Silverman's previous successes: "The Roommate," about two middle-aged women who find themselves living together, starting a business and facing the consequences.

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  15. Just How Scary Is The Evidence Of Evil Haunted House? In A Word: HardcoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 28 | CTNow.com

    Yes, Midnight Mary's grave in New Haven, the abandoned settlement at Bara-Hack, and the ghostly tours at Mark Twain House are famous haunted spots to Nutmeggers, but this Halloween season, the most terrifying place in Connecticut just might be a Southington parking lot. Evidence of Evil - full of witches, zombies, ghosts, blood, gore and evil secrets - will be open weekends from Sept.

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  16. Pianist Angelica Sanchez At Firehouse 12Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2018 | CTNow.com

    Listen to "514," the opening track off of her 2008 record "Life Between." The playing can seem to ruminate and ramble, evoking early-'70s Sun Ra for moments before clicking into acute-angle overdrive.

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  17. DJ Whethan To Take Over Toad's PlaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2018 | CTNow.com

    The 19-year-old DJ Ethan Snoreck, known as Whethan, performs at Toad's Place Sept. 27. DJ and producer Whethan has a nice way of applying the warping pitch-melting effects of AutoTune and other sound-editing wizardry to percussion sounds, giving the backing tracks on his music a woozy liquid sound, as if someone were playing a drumbeat on a metal pan with water sloshing around in it.

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  18. Experimentalist Ka Baird And Tongue Depressor At State HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2018 | CTNow.com

    Ka Baird and Tongue Depressor perform at the State House in New Haven on Sept. 28. New York-based experimentalist Ka Baird released the album "Sapropelic Pycnic" last year.

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  19. Aziz Ansari Announces Pop-Up Show At College Street Music HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 18, 2018 | CTNow.com

    Comedian Aziz Ansari has announced he will do a show at College Street Music Hall on Sept. 25. Aziz Ansari was doing stand-up comedy long before he became a household name thanks to the sitcoms "Parks and Recreation" and his own "Master of None."

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  20. Free Ingmar Bergman Double Features In New HavenRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2018 | CTNow.com

    Whitney Humanities Center, at 53 Wall St. at Yale University in New Haven, will show a four-week series of Ingmar Bergman double features, to celebrate Bergman's 100th birthday, which was last year. Admission is free to all films, which are new 35mm prints with new English subtitles.

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