Tag Archives: Kathy Leonard Czepiel

Commercial Space

Since its creation in 1794, a few things have changed for the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce. …

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In Character

Perhaps like your own closet, Fashionista Vintage & Variety is crammed full of shirts and skirts, undergarments and shoes, hats and belts. But it’s unlikely your closet has so much…

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Artists in Residence

Not much is known about the life of Grace T. Ely. …

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Food Prep

Like any professional restaurant, The Owl Café’s kitchen is clean and well-stocked. …

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22 Years Young

When Artspace first launched City-Wide Open Studios 22 years ago, organizers had no idea whether it would stick, executive director Helen Kauder says. …

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Critical Condition

Writer, painter, educator, philosopher, keen observer of clouds and leaves and rocks. The 19th-century Englishman John Ruskin was many things, but he’s most remembered for his work as an art critic, for which Yale art history professor Tim Barringer has …

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Listening Device

When’s the last time someone read you a story? …

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A Flying Start

Alasdair Neale is the first to acknowledge that some people find classical music—well, stuffy. …

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Storm Surge

Condado, San Juan, Puerto Rico.(Photo by Sgt. Jose Ahiram Diaz-Ramos/PRNG-PAO)

“Puerto Rico,” the cell phone screen says. But the caller, Manuel Sierra, is speaking from New Haven. This is his home now, since Hurricane Maria drove his family from the island two years ago. Sierra is among approximately 3,000 Puerto …

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Into the Wood

Snow falls in heavy streaks, puddling on top of a black umbrella. Footprints on the street show dark pavement underneath. …

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