PROFILE
PROFILE: Between Lee Isaac Chung and Me

When I reached out to Lee Isaac Chung to request an interview, he tentatively agreed, then gently asked if I’d gotten the chance to see […]

Zihao Lin
PROFILE: Dr. Bandy Lee and the psychiatric case against Donald Trump

“I never really thought of speaking up about a president as something that would be my role,” Dr. Bandy Lee told me. “I was uninvolved […]

PROFILE: John Ginnetti, Owner of 116 Crown

John Ginnetti sits on a barstool, a drink in hand, his face illuminated by the glowing onyx bar. He is reading, reviewing the chapters for […]

Lukas Flippo
PORTRAIT: Urn Pendragon

A new flag flies over the New Haven Green. Its right half bears the traditional Pride rainbow of six bright stripes; its left, a black-and-brown-and-cyan-and-pink-and-white […]

kyungmilee
Between Love and War

Mohamed Hafez paced around his cluttered studio at 909 Whalley Ave. as he discussed his native Syria. “I am an architect, so I know how buildings fall apart,” he told me.

Calling on Miss Patty

February is a strange time of year. Some burrow into bed, some get a new haircut and some drink themselves into a stupor, all in […]

ashlynoakes
To Get it Right

To tune a cello, you play its strings two at a time and listen for the magic interval: a perfect fifth. One string stays constant, […]

An Escape from the Four Walls

Every day at 8:00 a.m., Gus Cuomo shuffles up three steps, enters the front door of the Atwater Senior Center, and switches on the lights. […]

The Uncollected Works of Filomena Zarra

The works of Filomena Zarra are tucked into closets and drawers and cabinets, hidden deep within glitter-strewn construction paper sheaves of the more minor masterpieces […]

Naming Birds

Arne Rosengren sometimes forgets a human name, but he rarely forgets a bird name. Before he learns my name, or I learn his, I watch […]

Standing Athwart

On an overcast day in January, George Will left his hotel room at The Study with a purposeful stride. He had just arrived at Yale […]