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Tales from the Crypt

What do Benedict Arnold’s first wife, Rutherford B. Hayes’s grandmother and James Hillhouse’s uncle have in common? …

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Learn and Live

The American philosopher and educator John Dewey once wrote that education is “a process of living and not a preparation for future living.” …

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Ramped Up

“The whole place has just kind of come alive,” skateboarder Noé Jimenez says. …

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Turn of the Sentry

The sculpture garden behind the Yale University Art Gallery is an urban sanctuary, offering a nice, quiet place to sit during the day. It’s also…

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Making a Run

Faxon Law New Haven Road Race

The Faxon Law New Haven Road Race, which commences at 8:30 a.m. this coming Monday, is unusual among New Haven events insofar as the event comes to many of its spectators. …

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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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Dining Out

In a climate that drives us indoors most days of the year, it’s a special pleasure to dine and drink al fresco, literally “in the cool,” though we haven’t felt a chill in weeks. As city sidewalks heat up, cafe …

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Once Removed

A photo essay. To view all 15 images, check out the email version

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Act of War

“A Woman’s Memoir of Stepping Out of Line” is the subtitle of New Havener Ryan Leigh Dostie’s Formation, released last month out of Grand Central Publishing. But Dostie’s colleagues in the Army—the soldier who rapes her and the higher-ups …

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