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Retaining Walls

Stone wall in Woodbridge, CT

“Something there is that doesn’t love a wall,” begins Robert Frost’s oft-read poem “Mending Wall.” Frost is lamenting all the things that bring down his old stone walls, requiring…

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Equity Funds

Caroline Silverthau was concerned about milk and coal—specifically, their absence. …

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All Together Now

Lillian and Russell Hoban aren’t exactly household names. “But even if you don’t know who they are, you know the books,” says Elizabeth Frengel, head of research services at the Beinecke Library. …

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Face to Face

Melissa Linden at Angela Maione Beauty

Before Angela Maione begins tattooing, before the pigment is even mixed, she needs to finish her geometry. Calipers and string come out, angles are checked and double-checked, arcs are drawn with a wax pencil to see how they look. …

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This Week in New Haven (March 5 – 11)

Celtic Cross Pipes and Drums at the 2017 Greater New Haven St. Patrick's Day Parade

Rights and wrongs and a revelrous ritual round out this week in New Haven. …

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Whole Health Natural Family Medicine

The naturopathic physicians of Whole Health Natural Family Medicine are used to being misunderstood. …

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Short and Sweet

Did you know that humans have been tapping sugar maples to make syrup for at least 8,000 years? Or that sap is 98% water? …

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Shape Shift

Fred Giampietro Gallery

Bottle cap bracelets, craft projects stitched with yarn, braided rugs, Colorforms, ribbon candy, filmstrips, analog TV, a party game called Blockhead. …

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Keeping It Reel

As the Oscars approach, opinions abound on actors, directors, screenplays, special effects and more. But few of us give any thought to the physical film itself. …

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This Week in New Haven (February 26 – March 4)

Ai-jen Poo. Credit: John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

As February turns to March, we turn to doers and thinkers, madcap theater and cinema old and new. …

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