Tag Archives: Kathy Leonard Czepiel

Passage of Rites

In the tale of New Haven’s history, much is made of those hardy English Puritans who arrived in 1638. Yet this city has been profoundly shaped by those who arrived later…

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Found in Translation

A young visitor to the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History’s newest exhibition was trying to make sense of what he’d just been told: that he was looking at the very first written language in the world. Ever. …

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Coast Not Clear

On the coast of Pakistan, on a beach in the port city of Karachi, an important “negotiation” is taking place…

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Trash Decisions

If it’s April, it must be bulk trash pickup month in Hamden. …

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Bloom or Bust

Daffodils, jonquils, narcissi. Call them what you will, they’re starting to bloom—a show whose climax is not to be missed. …

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Residential Zone

You don’t need to know a thing about architecture to take an interest in Japan, Archipelago of the House, on view at the Yale School of Architecture through May 4. …

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Heavy Light

The title of a new play developed by students in Peter Loffredo’s Devised Theater class makes the work sound cheerful.

Shine Again.

Think again. …

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Vision Quest

Early spring, with its often cold mornings and damp afternoons, isn’t the most popular time of year for a hike. But to catch one vista in particular, the time is now…

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Educational Experience

“Whatever It Takes,” says one military slogan. It belongs to the Marines, but the sentiment seems to apply to scores of veterans in greater New Haven, who…

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Medical History

Bottles of penicillin, 1944

In March of 1942, Anne Miller lay dying at New Haven Hospital. …

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