Tag Archives: Kathy Leonard Czepiel

City Treasure

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Like many parks, Scantlebury Park is active or restful depending on the need. …

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Give and Takeout

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One of the most interesting takeout menus in town doesn’t come from a restaurant. …

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Playing It Back

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In order to understand what happened in the Crown Heights neighborhood of New York City in August of 1991, you need some context. …

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Self-Discovery

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As the Peabody Museum of Natural History undergoes a multi-year renovation, its own history is being unearthed. …

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A Delightful Ramble

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“From the Sound to the Summits” is the tag line for the New England Trail, a 215-mile trek that begins in Guilford at the Long Island Sound and stitches together four major trails to form a continuous foot route all …

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Counting Time

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With the arrival of a new year, we tend to take extra stock of time…

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Sticky Situation

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New Year’s resolutions can be tough to muster in the midst of a pandemic, when planning for the future itself seems fraught. But professional organizer Lauren Hass sees this time as an opportunity. …

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Soup’s On

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On cold winter days, nothing beats a bowl of hot soup. Here are some of our favorite local heat sources.

With a name like Ladle and Loaf, you know a soup’s on. I recently ordered the Moroccan Vegetable Soup …

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Twists and Turns

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When you hear the satisfying pop of a cork this New Year’s, you might think of 19th-century entrepreneur Philos Blake. …

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Gone Bust

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It’s easy to miss the empty pedestal near the summit of East Rock. Situated on a patch of grass where Farnam Drive meets its first overlook and turns toward the summit, the granite pillar is marred with graffiti. Bolt anchors …

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