Tag Archives: kids


S.P.O.R.T. Academy

In chess, the white pieces have the privilege of the first move, and as a result, white has a 52-56% chance of winning over black. But it wasn’t always this way. The convention that white takes the advantage …

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Fountain of Youth

Easily in the running for the funnest place in New Haven yesterday afternoon was the splash pad at Lighthouse Point Park.

A plastic-fronded palm tree spouted water into the sky…

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Youth Centered

Full of Joy Yoga

You might think children—experts at not standing still—and yoga, with its patiently held poses, wouldn’t be a good match.

But you probably haven’t seen instructor Lani Rosen-Gallagher work her magic. Through…

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Touch and Go

Stuffed monkey at the CT Children's Museum

Costumes, games, puzzles, puppets, playhouses. Bugs, drums, wheel barrows, Lincoln Logs, a maze. Toy planes and trains and trucks and cars, toy toolboxes, a toy piano. And stuffed animals. Oh, the stuffed animals. Elephants, giraffes, mice, frogs, monkeys. Bears and …

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Because It’s Good for You

The produce section at Stop & Shop

Tuesday was the last day of the regular school year. Two-and-a-half months of no more classes, no more books… and for some children, no more easy access to the free, nutritionally balanced breakfasts and lunches regularly provided by New Haven …

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Music Haven Achieves Harmony

Music Haven

The Haven String Quartet’s upcoming “Out of Africa, Into Europe” concert is not the journey you’d imagine. The concert (Feb. 25 at the Unitarian Society of New Haven, then March 6 at SCSU) features the rhythmic “Mu Kkuybo Ery Omusallaba” …

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Enlightened by Eli

Bill Brown, The Eli Whitney Museum and Workshop

Bill Brown is joining time, space, bits of woods and New Haven history before a room of field-tripping fourth graders. …

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