Ali Oshinskie Photos.
Two friends sit in the front seat of a car, thick streams of rain racing the windshield. One opens her hand and then clasps it, an invitation. Water gathers around the car, fog rolls in. They are not practicing social distancing, but this is also a world where COVID-19 does not exist.
Officer Angela Vey was making a new kind of house call. She leaned back on the couch and took in her surroundings. On her lap sat Ky, a six-year-old Maltese-Yorkie mix with big, wet eyes. Two girls in matching pajamas pressed into her sides. One of them played with the book on her lap.
Above: some of the resources offered on Overdrive. Pictured below at left: City Librarian John Jessen. Lucy Gellman File Photo.
The following citizen contribution was submitted by Jennifer Blue, assistant Principal at Danbury Public Schools and a member of and volunteer with the Greater New Haven NAACP.
If a walker is close to the taco trucks and the Long Island Sound, they can start with engineer William Lanson's nineteenth-century extension on Long Wharf, and the Black genius that transformed commerce in New Haven and built part of the Farmington Canal's infrastructure.
Kim Weston at City-Wide Open Studios in 2018. Lucy Gellman File Photo.
Jennifer Davies Photo.