Tag Archives: Kathy Leonard Czepiel

Exterior Decorating

Decorating houses for the holidays is one tradition that hasn’t changed this pandemic season. …

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Quaking Moments

On Sunday morning, November 8, a thump in her New Haven home made Marla Geha think, momentarily, that her son had just jumped off his bed, or that “someone had dropped something super heavy downstairs.” It was over in “less …

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Déjà Flu

The last time New Haven saw a pandemic Christmas, more than 350,000 people had already died nationwide of influenza type A subtype H1N1, better known as the “Spanish Flu.” …

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Retaining Walls

“Something there is that doesn’t love a wall,” begins Robert Frost’s oft-read poem “Mending Wall.” Frost is lamenting all the things that bring down his old stone walls, requiring…

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Space-Time Continuum

The clock is literally ticking at Kehler Liddell Gallery…

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Air Waves

At a time when interviewers are as likely to interrupt and shout as to listen, it’s a relief to hear Khalilah Brown-Dean’s level, warm voice on the airwaves. …

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Government Agency

In 1961, Robert A. Dahl, then the chair of political science at Yale, published what would become a seminal book on “the political structure of a typical American city”—New Haven. Who Governs? Democracy and Power in an American City traces …

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Small Business

The first house Steve Rodgers built was for his wife, Jesse. …

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Movable Feast

Who could have imagined last Thanksgiving that gathering for this Thanksgiving would be so dangerous? …

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Eye Glass

Shaunda Holloway has been fascinated by textures ever since childhood. She remembers, as a kindergartener, “sticking my entire hand on a cactus and being in the [school] nurse’s office all day long.” …

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