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Brown Bearing

Once you know about it, you see it everywhere. …

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Healthy Attachments

The science practiced in Science Park is mostly hidden from view. But a promising new tactic in the fight against cancer is about to emerge…

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Pen Pals

Most of the people waiting outside Pepe’s on a cold Sunday afternoon probably didn’t notice Julie Gordon. …

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Code Director

For artist Dan Gries, the tool of choice is a laptop, and the medium is computer code. …

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Market Index

Farmers India Market isn’t your average supermarket. …

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Taking the Flora

Marsh Botanical Garden’s greenhouses are lush and warm as summer, home to many plants that wouldn’t stand a chance out in the elements. …

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New to the Game

Clue, Monopoly, Mousetrap, Sorry!. Whatever you played as a kid, board games feel intrinsic to childhood. But a new exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art reminds us this wasn’t always the case. …

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Home Run

2014 IRIS Run for Refugees

It was January of 2017, and the organizers of the 10th annual Run for Refugees were about to get a jolt. …

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Local Reel Estate

Fans of Best Video Film and Cultural Center in Hamden know just where to go in the maze of shelves to find the latest Top Hits or the Best of the Best. But even they…

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Common Cold

They say the one constant is change, but something that hasn’t changed in a long while is our annual preoccupation with the common cold. …

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