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  • 'Daphne Taylor: Quilt Drawings' at Reynolds Fine Art

    'Daphne Taylor: Quilt Drawings' at Reynolds Fine Art
    If you have attended services at a Quaker meeting house, you will immediately feel at home when you walk into Reynolds Fine Art in New Haven. Here, through Dec. 3, you will find the serene and beguiling "quilt drawings" of Daphne Taylor. She calls them "quilt drawings" but the drawing itself is made with thread on the surface of her fabric creations. It's a hybrid art form, of sorts, but one that seems to come naturally to Taylor.
  • White tops Brown 24-13 in Lehigh wrestle-offs

    White got on a roll and Brown didn't put up much resistance until the end. Not that it mattered. Lehigh University's annual Brown and White wrestle-offs isn't about team score. It's about producing results that lead to long-term success. "These guys...

    Correctional officers collect supplies for Ebola stricken Liberia

    Correctional officers collect supplies for Ebola stricken Liberia
    The first to die from Ebola in Masa Salifu's family was her cousin, who worked in a hospital in Liberia. Next came her aunt, uncle and more cousins. All told, 20 of Salifu's family members have been killed in the deadly West African outbreak, and the...

    A black teen is shot in Kekla Magoon's 'How It Went Down'

    A black teen is shot in Kekla Magoon's 'How It Went Down'
    Kekla Magoon's riveting postmortem account of a tragic shooting is as familiar a scenario in contemporary urban YA fiction as it has been in recent national headlines. "How It Went Down" opens seconds after a white bystander, Jack Franklin, guns down...

    Senior Living column: Compassion, thought required in all end-of-life decisions

    Apparently, I am going to live to be 95.86. Or, minimally, 89.18. If everything goes well, I might live to be 103.78. This is according to a questionnaire one can complete, devised by the Wharton School of Business at University of Pennsylvania. It was...