Tag Archives: Kathy Leonard Czepiel

Residential Zone

You don’t need to know a thing about architecture to take an interest in Japan, Archipelago of the House, on view at the Yale School of Architecture through May 4. …

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Heavy Light

The title of a new play developed by students in Peter Loffredo’s Devised Theater class makes the work sound cheerful.

Shine Again.

Think again. …

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Vision Quest

Early spring, with its often cold mornings and damp afternoons, isn’t the most popular time of year for a hike. But to catch one vista in particular, the time is now…

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Educational Experience

“Whatever It Takes,” says one military slogan. It belongs to the Marines, but the sentiment seems to apply to scores of veterans in greater New Haven, who…

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Medical History

Bottles of penicillin, 1944

In March of 1942, Anne Miller lay dying at New Haven Hospital. …

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What a Night

“What country, friends, is this?” …

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Body Language

In 1970, a group of Boston women looking to improve women’s knowledge about their own health care self-published a book…

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Class Action

If you want to see Daniel Brelsford in action, you could search for the episode of Food Network’s Chopped where—spoiler alert—the Milford chef walks away with the top prize. Or…

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Saying Something

Danielle Combs, Danielle Hottin and Sheila Hayre

There’s a lot people don’t know about trafficking. …

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Something Old, Like New

Orange Restoration Labs is not an ordinary dry cleaner. Instead of office attire and cocktail dresses, the racks are full of bridal gowns—satin and chiffon, taffeta and organdy, trimmed with lace and…

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