Tag Archives: Kathy Leonard Czepiel

That’s the Spirit!

Public health warnings to “keep a distance” are a nightmare for kids on Halloween. “Door to door trick or treating is not recommended” this year, a New Haven Health Department flyer warns.

But New Haveners are adapting. …

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New Roots

The flavors at Pataka, a new vegetarian Indian restaurant on Howe Street, are as bright as the electric pink and orange decor. …

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Playing Through

In lieu of theater seating, no longer an option in the time of COVID, Yale Cabaret’s Jimmy Stubbs came up with a novel alternative: the bathtub. …

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Bring to Heal

The Central Hospital for Veterinary Medicine is like a rabbit warren. At least, that’s how it feels to a visitor being escorted through one corridor to another, one room to the next, around corners and down stairs. …

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Be Their Guest

The “open” in City-Wide Open Studios this year may simply entail opening your laptop, but it’s still possible to visit a few local artists in their natural habitats if you plan ahead. …

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Time Apart

“Primer on canvas,” begins the list of media for a celebrated work by the artist Damien Hirst. Familiar enough. But the list goes on: “pupae, steel, potted flowers, live butterflies, Formica, MDF, bowls, sugar-water solution, fruit, radiators, heaters, cool misters, …

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Growing Pains

Some projects require a lifetime of patience. Take, for example, the attempt to rescue the American chestnut tree. …

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Look, Up in the Sky!

A global pandemic won’t stop the birds from migrating, so it won’t stop the bird counters either. Every day now, you’ll find at least one dedicated hawk watcher on the top of the rise at Lighthouse Point Park, scanning the …

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Healthy Skepticism

Accurately interpreting medical research doesn’t require a PhD. …

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Upriver

Back in the 1920s, before there was an Interstate 91 or a Wilbur Cross Parkway, a small neighborhood of cottages sat along the Quinnipiac River off North Haven’s Banton Street. …

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