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The Ancient Art Of Paper Marbling, Once A Kept Secret

  The ancient art of paper marbling as used in the binding of books. Elizabeth Frengel, Curator of Rare Books at the University of Chicago, shows samples of marbling seen around the world, a process which was once kept secret. The earliest surviving specimens of marble paper date from the 12th century believed to have Read more…

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A New Haven Family Business Since 1975

The Cobden family knows New Haven. Their custom printing business called Campus Customs has been around the Yale University campus since 1975. Brothers Joel, who is President, and his brother, Jeremy, Vice President, have taken the reigns from their Dad who started the business after working for Cutler’s Record Company. They can print up anything Read more…

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It’s A Gold Rush In New Haven At Yale’s Peabody Museum

One of the world’s most exquisite exhibits of gold is on display at The Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History in New Haven, Connecticut. You will find 23 stunning pieces of California gold. Most were mined over the past 25 years, though two specimens were brought out of the ground in the 1850s during the Read more…

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Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

It’s the largest rare book library in the world with no windows, and it’s right under our noses at Yale University. Have you been to The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library? You don’t have to be a Yalie to walk in the door. If you haven’t been, or it’s been a awhile since you’ve spent Read more…

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From Italy To The North End

  Oh the stories that Anthony Ricco of New Haven, Connecticut can tell about Italian Americans. He has just released his latest book on immigrant life in America capturing the past which is so important for the future and who we are as people. The book is entitled “From Italy To The North End.” Anthony Ricco Read more…

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Americana Memories ~ College Pennants

Where did you go to college? Chances are Steven Melillo has a vintage pennant for your school. He is passionate about pennants and has named his company Americana Memories because he says “a lot of people consider college to be the best time of their lives. When people see a pennant from where they were in Read more…

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Is Your Heart Healthy? Find Out

Are you taking care of your health, your heart? How’s your diet, are you diabetic, are you a smoker? These are risk factors for heart disease. A lot of us ignore warning signs which can lead to a heart attack. Are you someone who should be scheduling a stress test? Symptoms of heart disease are different in men Read more…

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This Dress Shirt Is Made In America!

There is a dress shirt on the market that is made in America, in Fall, River, Massachusetts, and the brains behind Tuckerman & Co. is a team of two, a husband and wife. After a successful Kickstarter campaign last year (2014) which raised about 30-thousand dollars and two Yale School of Management degrees, Amanda Rinderle Read more…

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Canine Cancer Trial Underway Could Lead To A Cure

My husband, Dr. Mark Mamula, a Professor of Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine, has canine cancer trials underway as we speak in Norwalk, Connecticut. He has paired with Dr. Gerald Post at the Veterinary Cancer Center. Because the immune systems of dogs are so similar to humans, the hunch here is, if this works Read more…

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Collecting Toys For Children at Yale-Cornell Football Game ~ Sept 26

Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015 is Walter Camp Day at Yale Bowl and fans are asked to bring an unwrapped toy for a free general admission ticket to the Yale-Cornell game, which kicks off at 1 p.m. Every year the Walter Camp Football Foundation is kind enough to lend a helping hand to my Toy Closet Read more…

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