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Beat It

Kelly Turner Cole of The C.H.A.I.N. Fund

Kelly Turner Cole spent two decades serving the public as a New Haven police officer. Eventually becoming a trainer of new recruits, before that she spent years policing the Beaver Hills area.…

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Nativity Scene

Nu Haven Kepelye

It’s tough sharing a birthday with Christmas, but in Nu Haven Kapelye’s case, that was the whole point. The band’s first performance happened on December 25, 1998, in order to give non-observers something fun to do.…

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Bearing Fruit

Stacey Battat in home office

When most of us hear the word “kiwi,” we picture a fuzzy, fleshy, sweet, slightly tart fruit (named, incidentally, for New Zealand’s national bird). Not so for Stacey and Eitan Battat of Woodbridge.

When, in 2005, the couple decided to …

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Live and Learn

Elisabeth Kennedy, Catherine Shannon, Catherine Fisher at Beacon Self-Directed Learning

“This is not a school,” former school teacher Elisabeth Kennedy says, and technically, she’s right. Beacon Self-Directed Learning, the nonprofit center she helps run with Catherine Shannon and Catherine Fisher at the eastern end of Whalley…

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Twists of Plate

Fred and Patty Walker at Chestnut Fine Foods

Upper State Street patisserie/boulangerie/cafe Chestnut Fine Foods & Confections has been around for as long as owners Fred and Patty Walker have been married: 28 years.…

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Unlikely Story

Pericles by Elm Shakespeare Company

If you stand for a minute or two near the tower at the back of the crowd during one of the Elm Shakespeare Company’s summer performances in Edgerton Park, your ears can make out a quiet barrage of spoken cues …

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Patch Work

Tomatoes at Phoenix Press Farm

Jacqueline Maisonpierre doesn’t seem to mind getting her hands dirty.

As the farm manager at New Haven Farms, Maisonpierre (pictured third) splits her time between seven tiny patches of…

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Photographic Memories

Paul Duda photographed by Paul Duda

Paul Duda named his dogs for one of his favorite cameras. Currently his chocolate lab Leica II, a frisky successor to Leica I, “makes my life healthier.  He’s the sweetest guy. He doesn’t growl and he loves visitors.”…

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Well-Played

Elizabeth Wilson in The Addams Family

Perhaps you know her as Mrs. Braddock (pictured second), Dustin Hoffman’s concerned mom in the iconic 1967 coming-of-age movie The Graduate.

Or as Roz, the snitch who sat on the toilet seat in the ladies…

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Future of Print

Class underway

It sounds like someone’s polishing a thick window, but there’s an undertone like shots fired from a far-off laser-blaster, plus whirs and beeps and digital squeaks.

This tiny commotion is coming from a cubic foot of futurism…

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