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  • Joanne Sciulli, New Haven

    Joanne Sciulli, New Haven
    CTNow uncovered Joanne Sciulli in New Haven's Westville Manor housing project, where she works with the nonprofit she founded, Solar Youth. At age 44, Sciulli gets questions about how she maintains her conspicuous vitality. She unearthed her secrets for CTNow: "Physical comfort, plus working with young people and good causes."
  • Walk with dinosaurs -- or at least see them

    Walk with dinosaurs -- or at least see them
    In Georgia, in this land of cotton, Civil War battlefields, and big mess of traffic in Atlanta, it's hard to imagine that dinosaurs once roamed these hills of red clay millions of years ago. But roam, they did, something I didn't really learn until I...

    Meteorite At Yale Peabody: Is It Really From Mercury?

    Meteorite At Yale Peabody: Is It Really From Mercury?
    In the third-floor rock-and-mineral galleries at Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History in New Haven are some spectacular and beautiful geological wonders: a smooth, transparent pink calcite, a sea-green fluorite that looks like a big jade teddy bear, a...

    'Tiny Titans' Dinosaur Exhibit At The Peabody Shows The Babies Behind The Beasts

    'Tiny Titans' Dinosaur Exhibit At The Peabody Shows The Babies Behind The Beasts
    Were dinosaurs social animals? What was life like for baby dinosaurs? These and other questions are answered in the new exhibit opening Saturday, Feb. 8, at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History in New Haven: "Tiny Titans: Dinosaur Eggs and Babies."...

    Dinosaur-size debt

    Dinosaur-size debt
    For many people the defining moment in the Field Museum's recent history was the bid at a 1997 auction that made Chicago home to the Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton known as Sue. But that choice could have far less impact on the Field's future than another...