Tag Archives: New Haven

Blasts from the Past

An exploding firework is loud and sudden.

But a photo of one is quiet and still…

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Point in Time

The eponymous lighthouse on Lighthouse Point hasn’t been lit since 1877. Nevertheless…

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Going for the Gold

The Gold Award gets no respect. It’s the highest award in Girl Scouting, and it’s more than 100 years old, but high school girls who earn it still find themselves having to explain it over and over again. …

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Conversation Piece

Yale’s architecture is aflutter with birds. Some are phoenixes, some are eagles, more are owls. Yet for the last several years, a mysterious newcomer has been standing watch over Bulldog territory…

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Time Zone

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As Bill Kraus ushers me inside the first room, a beam of cool light splits the darkness…

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Set in Motion

It feels great to get up and move around, to literally be inside a gallery again, surrounded by art. It’s exciting to be able to peer in close, to stand back, to sense the work all around you. So it’s …

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As We Speak

“The right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances,” is enshrined in the First Amendment to the Constitution, ratified on June 21, 1788. New Haveners have…

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Pier Review

This Juneteenth, we’re revisiting the tale of the former slave who would be King.

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Roadside Assistance

From a distance, Joel LaChance’s umbrella-topped cart parked at the corner of Orange and Cottage Streets might be mistaken for a hot dog stand. …

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Enforcement

It’s sometime after midnight in late December, 2015. I’m standing on a public sidewalk in the commercial part of the Annex, photographing some…

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