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Crossing Paths

Most of the time, in order to cross the road, you have to be on the road. …

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Spell Cast

2015 New Haven Reads Spelling Bee

Williwaw: “a sudden violent gust of cold land air common along mountainous coasts of high latitude” (Merriam-Webster). …

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Knight Persons

No Irish Need Apply.

The faded sign hangs beside the bar at the Knights of St. Patrick hall in New Haven, a reminder of the world in which…

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On the Edge

Cycling south from the top of Yale Avenue takes advantage of one of the nicer designated bike routes in New Haven. You’ve got…

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Keepers

Whitney Library - New Haven Museum

In its first year, spanning 1862 and ’63, the New Haven Colony Historical Society, now known as the New Haven Museum, received some dubious gifts…

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House Warming

Canal Dock Boathouse

A photo essay. To view all 29 images, check out the email version.

After two decades of setbacks and successes, the Canal Dock Boathouse marks its …

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Spreading the Mews

Mew Haven Cat Cafe

New Haven, meet Mew Haven. …

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String is Strung

Chris Gaudreau

Chris Gaudreau grabs the loose end of a roll of tennis racket string and measures four arm-spreads with the speed of a practiced pro. …

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Splash Drive

Lighthouse Point Splash Pad

Stomping, shrieking and spraying are all approved activities at one of New Haven’s summer staples: the splash pad. …

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Getting Their Kicks

Remember fifth-grade gym class and those big, bouncy kickballs? Unlike most ball games, kickball is for the masses. …

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