Tag Archives: Kathy Leonard Czepiel

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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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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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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Young at Heart

“The Sleeping Giant was awake. He must be awake because he was gone. Of course he might just be walking in his sleep.” …

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Graveyard Shift

“Wholly neglected.” “Going to ruin.” “Inconsistent with the religious and moral sense of this community.” …

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In the Zone

From a small gym and studio in Science Park, Charlie O’Connell is changing lives. At least, that’s what people tell him online while they view his live fitness broadcasts. …

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Her Way

Ella T. Grasso campaign flyer (1958) and portrait (ca 1974). Courtesy of Mount Holyoke College Archives and Special Collections.

It begins at Crescent Street in Beaver Hills. …

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Counter Offerings

Counter Weight Brewing Company

Not many people can claim they’re always making headway. But Matt Westfall can. The owner of Hamden’s Counter Weight Brewing Company, Westfall always has his flagship beer, Headway American IPA, on tap …

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Open Books

Looking for your next good read? Some New Haven residents want you to find that book so badly that they’ve taken matters—and tools and wood and hardware—into their own hands. …

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A Good Fit

Tim Moran Woodwinds

Unlike auto mechanics who run computer diagnostics, or surgeons who operate while watching a monitor, Tim Moran is practicing a craft that’s hardly changed in 200 years. …

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