Tag Archives: Sally Hill

Hire Gear

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As Bill Brown and Sally Hill prepared in 2020 to retire after 32 years of running the Eli Whitney Museum and Workshop, a hole opened that not just any peg could fill. A search for their replacement demonstrated the challenge …

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This Week in New Haven (November 1 -7)

Straight on row of voting booths at polling station during American election. US flag in background.

Between Beinecke, ballots, a boathouse, Bobcats, Bulldogs, brewing, bestowals, birth scenes, baile and blocks of films, there are no Plan Bs. …

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Body and Building

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At New Haven Pilates in Erector Square, Krista Rea trains her students to pay attention to their bodies as they work out on…

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Made to Order

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Looking for some new takeout options? How about Bird Beak Variations or Blended Lights? …

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Testing Ground

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On Sunday afternoons, The Whitney Workshop at the Eli Whitney Museum is like an inventor’s laboratory…

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Sowing and Reaping

Imagination in Bloom by Sarah Afragola.

To view all 17 photos, check out the email version.

April showers brought a special bloom to the Eli Whitney Museum last Thursday. …

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Meet the Challenge

"Audubon Would Knot Approve"

If Leonardo da Vinci were alive now, he would’ve blown out 562 candles earlier this month, probably using some elegant, ingenious contraption to do it.

Instead, every year around this time, the Eli Whitney…

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