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Scalable

Izzy Detherage of the Yale Climbing Team

You might think gripping holds on a cliffside would give you a rush of adrenaline. Not if you’re doing it right, according to Zachary McLaughlin. …

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Khan Do

Kamrak Khan of Hasna's Grill

A career in medicine was what Kamran Khan’s family of doctors had in mind for him, but he had other ideas. …

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This Week in New Haven (November 20 – 26)

Ian Galligan as Crumpet in Santaland Diaries

This week’s holiday cornucopia is stuffed with the offbeat and the impertinent. …

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Outside the Box

Sketching outside at Foote School

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Corn and potatoes, mustard greens and arugula, strawberries and raspberries, lavender and tulips, sorrel and basil, cucumbers and …

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Water Fall

Maltby Lakes

Dry leaves run from the wind like packs of children playing tag. Sunlight dazzles off the water, all light and little heat. …

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False and True

Rachel Hellerich creates extra-dimensional paintings. You’d be forgiven for not knowing exactly what that means, because, until you see her work—especially in person—it sounds unimaginable. …

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Dynamic Duo

Stand on the front lawn of Whitneyville’s white clapboard church, with Lake Whitney at your back and two blocks of stores, restaurants and offices in front, and you’d swear you were in a small New England downtown…

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This Week in New Haven (November 13 – 19)

Ornament at the 2015 Trinity Holiday Bazaar

’Tis the season—or at least it feels like ’tis, with annual favorites invoking a spirit of giving and the weather finally nipping. …

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Good to Hear

Every day, we brush sixteenth notes across our teeth, drum rhythms into our cellphones, tap songs onto our keyboards.

Though it also makes music using some strange instruments, the Yale Percussion Group is…

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No Place Like Home

Tall, slender wooden placards lean against the walls of the Yale University Art Gallery as if left there for a moment, about to be moved. They emphasize the temporary status of not just an exhibit but also…

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