Tag Archives: Stephen Kobasa

This Week in New Haven (March 7 – 13)

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Seriousness and sobriety rule—until the parade weekend. …

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Gone Bust

Parks and Monuments, East Rock-Bust of Mayor Lewis, June 14, 1907, Bronson, #6242_1500

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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Pause Effect

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Even before the rise of the internet and social media, “the speed with which the world went by us was not, I think, particularly considerate of pausing,” Stephen Kobasa says. …

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Status Check

- Photography by Marc Hors - www.marchors.com

In its 382-year history, New Haven has often served as a sanctuary for those in need, from the Puritan settlers who viewed it as a religious and economic “haven” to the more than…

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Tug of War

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The bells of Christ Church toll six o’clock as 14 people gather…

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Pressed for Time

West Cove Studio & Gallery

There’s a former factory in West Haven whose history lives in its heavily scored floorboards, shredded up by sharp edges of heavy machinery since the building’s construction in 1910.…

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