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History in the Making

Home movies are made for home. Most of us would never think to show ours in public. But the silent flickering of family weddings, birthdays, vacations, baseball games and parades on the screen at the New Haven Museum last Saturday …

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Home and Garden

The story of the Pardee-Morris House, one of New Haven’s oldest structures, usually focuses on its role in the Revolutionary War. …

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Laurel History

Connecticut’s state flower, the mountain laurel, blooms but once a year…

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Room and Aboard

With the advent of spring, life on the Quinnipiac River has improved in some ways. …

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Trash Decisions

If it’s April, it must be bulk trash pickup month in Hamden. …

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Residential Zone

You don’t need to know a thing about architecture to take an interest in Japan, Archipelago of the House, on view at the Yale School of Architecture through May 4. …

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Kindred Solar

On a February morning of brilliant sunshine, ice rained from the trees and slid down the aluminum roof at 43 Button Street. …

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Blending In

Alan Radin makes house calls. He takes with him his entire workshop—pigments, chemicals, glues and fills, plus brushes, tools, hardware and anything else he might need…

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Hang It Up

In 1990, Frank Cooper had an idea. …

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Heart and Home

Terri Jo Ciocca, Kellyann Day and Mary Grande

The numbers are troubling: more than 3,300 people in Connecticut were counted homeless in 2018, according to the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness. Add to that…

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