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  • Ephraim Adamz Means Business

    Shining a spotlight on the queer community is this entrepreneur’s true passion By Quinn Roberts As the LGBTQ community continues to gain prominence and influence, both in and beyond Connecticut, many are curious to know: how can we promote LGBTQ-owned small businesses at a time when they are threatened? And just who...

    June 2, 2020 / Featured Articles
  • Lessons for Life

    By Joe Bertolino / Photography by Stan Godlewski In 2012, when I was a candidate for the presidency of small college in northern New England, a professor asked me how I would deal with homophobia in that relatively conservative area. I replied that it would be a great conversation to...

    March 1, 2020 / Featured Articles
  • Girl Talk

    In her latest tour, Kristin Chenoweth pays homage to the ladies By Cara Rosner / Photography courtesy of Mark Owens Emmy and Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth has traveled the world performing but holds a special place in her heart for UConn’s Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts, where she’ll...

  • What’s in a Name?

    When it’s official, everything. By Jane Latus Shakespeare only asked the question because he already knew the answer: a rose by any other name can stink. “It might as well have been a Willy Wonka golden ticket!” Karleigh Webb says of the new driver’s license she (literally) skipped out of...

    March 1, 2020 / Featured Articles
  • Hitting Home

    Youth Continuum takes an innovative approach to tackling homelessness By Jane Latus On Grand Avenue in downtown New Haven – a short walk from Yale University and sharing the block with an Italian bakery, flooring store and dry cleaner – is a nondescript building where young lives are being changed....

    February 26, 2020 / Featured Articles
  • Heart Families

    Choosing your family is an emotional and rewarding adventure By Kevin Lembo / Photography by Todd Fairchild Just a few years ago, I found myself at the kitchen sink. A sweet four-month-old – we’ll call her “baby girl” – was babbling and bouncing away in her Boppy chair. The phone...

    November 9, 2019 / Featured Articles
  • It’s Not A Phase: Bisexual People Know Exactly Who They Are

    Being bi, but not believed, sparks depression, says a new study By Dawn Ennis The struggle of leaving the closet, coming out and living authentically is one of the biggest challenges anyone LGBTQ can face. Fears of rejection by family and friends, doubts about job security, and the threat of...

    November 9, 2019 / Featured Articles

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