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Band Interview: Age of Embers
1 week ago

Band Interview: Age of Embers

Here at Between Two Rocks, we can’t possibly provide near constant descriptions of how to poison your liver or how to clog your arteries. I can’t just bitch about parking …
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New Haven Fights Back
3 months ago

New Haven Fights Back

Aaaaaand we’re back.

I apologize for the delay between posts. It’s been a rather hectic month. I’ve moved the site to a new host, which may have accidentally broken the …
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The Best of New Haven in 2016
5 months ago

The Best of New Haven in 2016

Last year I did a Best of 2015 list last year giving out various awards and calling them The Rockies.

Well, I hate that name, and I’m going to do something …
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Long Wharf Lessons in Late Stage Capitalism
6 months ago

Long Wharf Lessons in Late Stage Capitalism

About a third of the way through Other People’s Money, opening at Long Wharf Theatre tonight, I wondered to myself if this tale of greed, excess, and loyalty, written in …
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Everything to be Thankful For in New Haven
6 months ago

Everything to be Thankful For in New Haven

Listen. I’m not gonna lie to you. We live in strange times.

2016 hasn’t been the best year, to say the least. A bunch of people died. Maybe even people …
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Haven: A Book Review
9 months ago

Haven: A Book Review

Disclaimer: I am not a book reviewer. But if you send me a book, I’ll review it. Eventually.

Especially if it’s a postapocalyptic medieval-themed fantasy novel set in Greater New Haven. (A huge …
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What New Haven Can Learn from the UK
10 months ago

What New Haven Can Learn from the UK

I know, I know. I haven’t updated in a while. But I have a good excuse (this time). I was traveling abroad, in a society vastly different from our own. Okay, …
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Re-Districting New Haven
12 months ago

Re-Districting New Haven

I had this idea recently, and like most of my ideas, it isn’t very good, and yet I feel compelled to do it anyway.

So let’s re-district New Haven according to …
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Free The Green!
1 year ago

Free The Green!

Situated in the middle of New Haven’s Nine Squares, The Green is the centerpiece of downtown New Haven. Surrounded by office buildings, restaurants, bars, and the towering Gothic buildings of …
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Plenty to be Thankful For in New Haven
2 years ago

Plenty to be Thankful For in New Haven

This is a time of year to reflect upon all of the things we often take for granted. To take stock in everything we’re so lucky to have.

And of …
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