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Testing Ground

On Sunday afternoons, The Whitney Workshop at the Eli Whitney Museum is like an inventor’s laboratory…

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Fast-Forwarding

Ron Davis is in what he calls the video conversion business, which means he’s really in the memory-saving business. …

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Missing Rink

A man in his late teens or early 20s was gliding back and forth on one foot.

A young boy had…

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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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Water Power

Winds are steady at about 10 knots with gusts to 13, a pleasant breeze for experienced sailors. But most of the 9- to 14-year-old mariners in the New Haven Land Trust’s Schooner Camp have only two days of …

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Cradle of Life

The smallest patients at Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital weigh as little as one pound. …

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Long Run

The word “family” is repeated every time I talk to a member of the New Haven Age Group Track Club. …

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Natural Philosophy

NatureYear

Picture a classroom furnished with picnic tables and wooden benches. The floor is covered with wood chips, and the ceiling? It’s miles high. …

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Second Home

Ronald McDonald House of Connecticut

When you drive past the new Ronald McDonald House on Howard Avenue, it’s hard to keep your eyes on the road. …

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Playmaker

Kyle Bensen of Whitie Bensen Athletic Equipment

When he was young, Olympian Mark Arcobello, who’s taking to the ice with the US men’s hockey team in Pyeongchang, got his hockey gear from the same place as thousands of other New Haven-area kids…

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