It seems March came in like a lion, as the saying goes, with more snow and cold weather, but no matter what, on March 20th we’ll welcome the first day of spring, and that should bring with it some warmer, sunnier days.|
There are events planned throughout the city to help everyone transition into spring.
Friday, March 6th marks the first installment of What’s On9 in New Haven’s Historic 9th Square Neighborhood. On the first Friday of each month On9 will feature the artistic, musical, and design innovations of 9th Square. Updates and details about On9 are available at www.on9newhaven.com.
An exhibition entitled 'The Critique of Reason' is now open at the Yale University Art Gallery, featuring exquisite pieces of Romantic Art from that transformative period in history.
March 17th is ...
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Mayor Harp's State of the City address
Mayor Toni Harp thought you should know:
"in 1904 Lee De Forest, while at Yale University, built the first wireless radio (complete with station and mast) in the country. His audion tube became an essential component of not only commercial radio, but the telephone, television, radar, and computer."