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HATFIELD, Ma.— Shortly after giving birth to her youngest child, Shannon, a teacher in Chicopee, found herself in a harrowing situation. Her husband moved out of state after being laid off from … more
TBILISI, GEORGIA — The fastest way to drive from the airport outside Tbilisi into the capital takes you along a stretch of highway called President George W. Bush Street. Having lived through … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — I have always had a very special place in my heart for nearby Copake, N.Y., where I spent a lot of important learning years as a counselor at Camp Bronx House Emanuel. I was … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — I rummaged 25 minutes in the small closet off my upstairs office. I shifted boxes and got down on my hands and knees with a flashlight, removing the front tier of magazines … more
NORTH ADAMS — What do Marcus Aurelius, Rene Descartes and John Coltrane have in common? They've all shared their Meditations.It therefore follows that meditations can include reflections on … more
STOCKBRIDGE — At this time and in this place, amid a celebration recognizing what would have been the 150th birthday of Dr. W.E.B. Du Bois, we take pause. We take a moment to dig deeply into … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Chrystina Geagan Parks is a wildlife photographer, filmmaker, explorer and conservationist. Her work takes her as far as Africa and as near as North Adams.This spring, Chrystina … more
To the editor:I was saddened to read former Mayor James M. Ruberto's letter in support of the Berkshire Museum's unethical deaccessioning plan (Eagle, Feb.16). It has been determined that the fiscal … more
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