Tag Archives: Kathy Leonard Czepiel

Truth in Fiction

Conscience by Alice Mattison

The arc of a novel is the thing that compels the reader to keep reading and resolves (or doesn’t) at the end. The arc of New Havener Alice Mattison’s new novel, Conscience, tells you something about…

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Camp Ground

It’s hard to imagine the game of football without yard lines and fourth downs and organized teams of 11. But before New Haven’s Walter Camp, the sport was missing all of those elements and more. …

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Hang It Up

In 1990, Frank Cooper had an idea. …

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Forget Them Not

Some names are universally recognized. Who hasn’t heard of Helen Keller, Walt Whitman, Christopher Columbus or Thomas Edison? Others are of more dubious fame…

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Whatever Works

Drive Cowork at District - New Haven, CT

Working at home in your PJs sounds pretty great. On the other hand…

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Tireless

Depiction of Charles Goodyear

Of all the contributions New Haveners have made to the world, Charles Goodyear’s may be the biggest not to garner any personal reward. …

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Sewing and Reaping

The geometric pattern in shades of red appears at first to be random. …

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Kelp Is on the Way

Kelp salad, kelp jerky, kelp noodles, kelp sautéed in butter and garlic.

All may be coming soon to a plate near you…

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Claim to Fame

The cranberries in a piping hot cranberry orange almond scone from Kathy’s Famous Cookies nearly melt in your mouth. …

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Heart and Home

Terri Jo Ciocca, Kellyann Day and Mary Grande

The numbers are troubling: more than 3,300 people in Connecticut were counted homeless in 2018, according to the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness. Add to that…

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