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Phyllis McGuireWILLIAMSTOWN — My heart swells with hope when I sit among my fellow parishioners in church, singing "Let there be peace on earth /And let it begin with me ... with God as our … more
As the summer is ending I reflect back to the days of my youth, when a fun activity was going to the drive-in theater.The Berkshires had at least six that I recall, with Briggs Open Air Theater in Dalton as the first. It opened in 1947, but was … more
RICHMOND — Developers had their eye on Hancock Shaker Village a few decades ago when the number of Shakers had dwindled to the point where a massive layout of big buildings and gardens could … more
RICHMOND — Right now, onions are my favorite. They pull up easily, they're a success, no critters or ants or creepy-crawlies want to eat them, and they've survived my unwillingness to weed them in August. In addition, the red ones — or … more
Remember when a tornado ripped through the Berkshires? It was mild, of course, but it still did extensive damage and cost multiple lives. We've had plane crashes and car crashes. We are not immune to hurricanes. We have experienced big time floods … more
PITTSFIELD — Hands jammed into his pockets, the young man's ruddy face was set deep within the shroud of a hooded sweatshirt.Bouncing on his heels, he looks distractedly up and down North … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Here are some made up letters that are representative of those I do get:Dear Doctor: You are such a Trump hater. What has he ever done to you? You and your phony liberal … more
PITTSFIELD — Larry Caprari, having put the coffee on and flipped the window sign to affirm that 99 First St. is hereby open on this Monday morning, takes a seat behind the desk and announces … more
PITTSFIELD — When it comes to, say, the birth of a child, the baking of a bagel, and the turnaround of a city's downtown fortunes, timing may not be everything, but it's certainly something … more
EAST CHATHAM, N.Y. — In the early morning sun, the sugar maple's golden glow shines through the still green leaves of the surrounding forest. Sharp-leaved sumacs succumb to the cool nights turning their fronds darker and darker red. Fields and … more
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