Tag Archives: Kathy Leonard Czepiel

Rewriting History

In its newest exhibition, Artspace expands the definition of creativity to include activists and the way in which they, like artists, reimagine the world. …

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Splitting the Vote

The subject for the next debate of the Hillhouse High School Debating Club, which will be held on Friday, January 19, is, “Resolved, That the right of suffrage should be extended to women in all political elections.”

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Rare Birds

At the end of February, more than 100 people gathered on the sixth floor of the Blake Hotel to inaugurate the city’s newest exhibition space: The Gallery, curated by Kehler Liddell Gallery. It was the opening of the first show, …

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Busy Bees

In a community garden on Arthur Street in the Hill, Dillan, a junior at High School in the Community, kneels on the ground and feeds grass into a smoker to “cool” the fire inside. …

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Taken by Storms

Over the course of a hot summer day in the suburbs, the thunderheads stack, their bottoms blue like an angry sea, their tops gray as smoke. …

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Hot Spots

Last Saturday afternoon, the thermometer hovered in the high 80s, and despite a cooling breeze off the Long Island Sound, the sidewalks of downtown New Haven radiated heat. …

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Water Therapy

The tide chart tells us that around 9:30 a.m., the time will be right for putting our canoe in at Sackett Point. …

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Space Exploration

The new name, NXTHVN, is painted on the doors, but that doesn’t immediately say as much as the old sign…

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Cross Purposes

There’s an element of time travel on Route 15. …

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Crossing Paths

Why does one old road become a highway over time and another end up a path through the woods? Why does a city grow up around one historic homestead while another becomes a moss-covered wall that almost no one ever …

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