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Alice Mattison in New Haven, Connecticut

New Haven, Alice Mattison says, is like a novel. …

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Close to Home

Claire Zoghb off Bradley Point, West Haven

From the ancient capital of Egypt, where a man buys fresh bread “just after the first call / to prayer, when the sky, still star-filled, / goes lavender along the city’s rooftops,” to…

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Southern Exposure

Though he moved away 31 years ago, Tim Parrish can’t seem to leave Baton Rouge behind. …

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Flights Attendance

Midsummer in New Haven has its benefits: more abundant parking, easier restaurant reservations. But those same perks are…

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East Coast

One of the best things about Branford’s Stony Creek is that, even on a gorgeous July afternoon, it feels as if almost no one is there. …

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Frame of Mind

Visiting an art museum usually means strolling past hundreds of works. Lingering before the ones that capture your interest, you might…

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Farm’s Reach

For 109 years, almost without interruption, the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station’s Lockwood Farm in Hamden has…

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Sweet Spots

You know that compulsion to scrape all the leftover cookie dough off the sides of the mixing bowl and gobble it up? Dan Dubuque does. …

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Flight Spectrum

Through her binoculars, Corrie Folsom-O’Keefe spots what she and I have been looking for…

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Real to Reel

The 16-millimeter movie cameras are tricky to use. …

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