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PITTSFIELD — She calls them the "great, terrible things," and they're mounting up these days. Numbered upon them was the recent day in which she visited Henry at Berkshire Hills Country Club to … more
PITTSFIELD — Many of us know someone — a friend or a relative — who was directly affected by the trio of monster hurricanes or ferocious wildfires that impacted many areas of our … more
Having celebrated her 90th birthday last month, Theresa Tarent Tracy is still athletic, strong and slender. And she still hopes to inspire others to a life of optimum health. Since 1989 when she was 66, an age when many retire, the well-toned and deceptively young-looking mother of four has been teaching a variety of water-borne physical fitness classes and aerobics at the Pittsfield YMCA. Many of her pupils are much younger than she. more
PITTSFIELD — Anyone paying attention to what President Donald Trump has been saying since he ran for office knows that he is a liar. But that is not a crime because it was not said under oath … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Murray the Westie, who is the cutest dog in the whole world, bar none, and who was taught to speak English and Spanish at the Literacy Center of South Berkshire, looked up at … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — This country's racial divide is not easily resolved, but we're witnessing quite a turnaround, helped certainly by the new National Museum of African American History and … more
In 1961 (seems like yesterday), Neil Sedaka was on the charts with the song "Calendar Girl."Not familiar? Sedaka sings about how his girlfriend is timeless and fits every month. While this might be a … more
PITTSFIELD — The online era provides individuals and businesses with a range of tools. Some even allow them to subvert traditional methods of funding by plugging entrepreneurs directly in with … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — When I read "Ethan Frome" as a freshman at Walton High School in New York, I had not the least inkling that someday I would live close to the home of its Pulitzer Prize-winning … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Stockbridge has come as close to pure preservation, to maintaining the frozen past, as is possible in the modern world. The question is why? Did the village want to preserve a way … more
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