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Chunks of Change

The knowledge that a mess of Solo cups, pizza boxes and excruciating headaches awaits you tomorrow doesn’t have to dampen the party tonight. …

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Nature and Nurture

“The outside loop at Edgewood Park is two and a half miles. But when you take into consideration all the little paths that go here and there, you can easily have eight to ten miles,” says Martin Torresquintero as fellow …

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’20/’21

Leilim Chang-Salazar loves graduations. The graduates’ sense of accomplishment, their families’ pride, the traditions, the pomp and circumstance—“I love it. It just makes me cry, even if it’s not even mine,” she says. …

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Door to Door

“A very little key will open a very heavy door.”—Hunted Down by Charles Dickens

“The longer one hesitates before the door, the more estranged one becomes.”—Home-Coming by Franz Kafka…

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Bridge Club

Many people are as drawn to parks by the manmade features as they are by the wild ones—even if it’s just a bench to sit on—so it makes sense that parks would be staffed by builders. …

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Lots and Lots

Finding and claiming a piece of local history is like panning a river for gold, except, in the Information Age, you can do it from home while wearing your jammies. …

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Fair Is Ferry

A photo essay.

The State Street Bridge reopened in August 2015, about four years and…

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College Credits

Jean Paton Lovell may not be a household name even here in her hometown, but the James Hillhouse High School math teacher left behind a stunning legacy: the New Haven Scholarship Fund. …

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Round and Around

The 78th Golden Globe Awards are coming this Sunday, honoring the best films and TV series of the prior 14 months as chosen by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Topped with…

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Choosing Slides

By the end of the day, it should be done snowing, and this 2018 story should be like fresh powder.

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