Tag Archives: Dan Mims

Crushing It

A print on a wall at the bottom of a staircase. An antique rifle kept racked behind glass. A…

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Tough Love Letters

You must write to me often. It will not be in my power to write you very frequently; but you must write to me

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Striking Gold

The Peabody Museum is closed, and yet, through the documentary magic of photography, you can still go for the gold.

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Sherman’s March

We can’t visit City Hall at the moment—but we can revisit this 2015 profile of one of its permanent residents.

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Flight Club

A photo essay.

The first rule of Flight Club is: You do not talk about Flight Club. Not in English, anyway. …

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Memory Lanes

Though our streets may feel empty at the moment, they’re still full of history.

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Going Medieval

Yesterday, we looked into the lights. Today, with this 2017 photo essay, we widen the angle. 

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Reading Lights

No doubt there are places you’re looking forward to visiting whenever the city reopens. Be sure to add the subject of this 2016 photo essay to your list.

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Rack to Rack

New Haven Bike Month has us backpedaling to this 2016 photo essay, which celebrates the places bikes take a break.

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The Mists of Time

This 2016 photo essay is proof that you can find clarity even when the forecast is murky.

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