Tag Archives: Kathy Leonard Czepiel

Small Worlds

Connie Brown’s Livingston Street apartment appears as a small red diamond at the center of her latest map. The grid of East Rock’s streets, a snippet of the Quinnipiac River, the large green patch of East Rock Park—all are enclosed …

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Child’s Play

Summer is on the way—but a different kind of summer, one in which many of the go-to amusements for families with children are closed or limited. What’s a kid to do? …

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Reopening Day

Just because the government says businesses can reopen doesn’t mean customers will be quick to follow. …

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Sense of Occasion

Talk about an adjustment. …

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Lines in the Sand

As some Connecticut businesses slowly begin to reopen today, we’re thinking of this 2018 story about the slow struggle to open up one of the state’s most important assets.

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Let It Grow

Conventional wisdom says Mother’s Day is the time to begin planting most summer crops, when the danger of frost is pretty much past. Still, many New Haven gardeners had already plunged their hands into the dirt well before last Sunday …

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Made to Order

Looking for some new takeout options? How about Bird Beak Variations or Blended Lights? …

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Walk with Me

My husband and I set off on Walk New Haven’s Wooster Square tour one recent sunny morning, and as you might expect, pizza and pastries were prominent in the website’s historic narratives. But there were also surprises…

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Course of Events

This 2018 story conjures a place of lore where the concept of social distancing would have been unthinkable.

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Many Happy Returns

Well-being, both personal and societal, is on most of our minds of late. So it isn’t surprising that “The Science of Well-Being,” a 10-week online course offered by Yale professor of psychology Laurie Santos, has been popular recently. Just how …

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