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Today’s edition is sponsored by Creative Arts Workshop and the Yale Center for British Art.
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Window Weather
A photo essay.
Even if you’re determined to stay in during a snow like Saturday’s, your apartment or house windows can persuade you otherwise.

Revealing fresh foot and tire tracks—also actual feet and tires—they can appeal to your competitive nature, informing you that other, perhaps braver and hardier, folk are about.
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Showing you speckled cascades and feathery white abstractions, they can appeal to your sense of aesthetics, promising much more of interest beyond the edges of the glass.

Revealing a stream of drivers pulling up and out, they can appeal to your stomach—or your worries about having an empty fridge during a weather event—by letting you know the convenience store next-door is, indeed, open.

Potato chips, energy drinks and lottery tickets, here you come.
Britain in the World. Experience a reimagined installation of the Center’s collections in a renewed masterpiece of modern architecture designed by Louis I. Kahn. Learn more →
Written and photographed by Dan Mims.

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Creative Arts Workshop
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This Week in New Haven
After a white weekend, a colorful week’s ahead, from show lighting to green ideas to fresh produce.
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Yale Center for British Art
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