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Erik Golinowski

It might seem brazen to name your business The Only Game in Town, but it’s pretty much true. …

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One for All

Janna Wagner

Janna Wagner liked to visit New Haven when she was in her mid-20s. …

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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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