What These Walls Have Heard!
A photo essay on New Haven’s legendary Toad’s Place.
By Mary M. Donohue
Charles Ives, Connecticut’s Compelling, Confounding Composer
Ahead of his time, Ives may yet find an audience.
By Libby Van Cleve
From East Africa to Ivoryton, piano-key manufacturing shapes a town.
By Christopher Pagliuco
Connecticut’s Claim to Musical Theater Fame
Trying out in Connecticut theaters before heading to the Great White Way.
By Malcolm Johnson
Marching With Henry Clay Work
The Connecticut composer who wrote the Union Victory song.
By Dean Nelson
||From the Guest Editor: Tooting Our Horn, Musically Speaking
By Jennifer Larue
||Contributors to This Issue
||The Carpenters, New Haven Natives
By William Hosley
My Dad, Jackie McLean.
By Melonae’ McLean
||Destination: Marian Anderson Studio.
By Jessica Colebrook
By Jennifer Huget
Noah Webster’s 250th Birthday and other events not to be missed this fall plus what’s new on the Connecticut History Bookshelf