Small Things and Big Things

Mathematics professor Michael Frame’s world is built of self-similar patterns.

The House That Alice Built

Before women could vote, Alice Washburn was building the most beautiful houses in New Haven and Hamden.

Where Less is More

Six decades of haircutting and storytelling in Placido Mastroianni’s Whalley Avenue barbershop.

The Critic

Scenes with David Koskoff, Yale undergraduate theater’s biggest fan.

Umbrella Man

Paul Hammer, New Haven’s bicycle activist.

The New Yale Man

An eighth grader profiles Ike Wilson ’11.

Made of Mettle

53 year-old Dwight Dickerson was accepted to Yale College in part for his “exceptional background.” So why don’t most students know about it?


Denise Petry claims she’s clairvoyant, but can this accountant-cum-psychic take stock of your future?

Noah’s Art

Noah Charney, a specialist in the field of art crime, speaks about fine art theft, forgery, and his novel, a mystery-thriller that begins with the disappearance of three paintings.

Small Town Values

New Haven native shrinks his city down to size.