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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
WESTPORT, Conn. — In the beginning was the word, and in the beginning The New York Times and The Washington Post would not have published the word. But you decide whether it is the end of the … more
One of life's greatest joys (at least for me) is to be told about something you have never heard of before, to investigate it because it intrigues you, and to find a vast wealth of content waiting for you. It is a glorious thing to live in the age … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — I talked about Monument Mountain history in October. My audience was students of Monument Valley Regional Middle School in Great Barrington. My roving lecture hall was beside … more
This is the concluding part of a two-part column that began on WednesdayRICHMOND — My battle with the tick-borne disease, Anaplasmosis, is a warning for all of us here in the Berkshires. Unlike Lyme disease, Anaplasmosis often strikes with … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — I have interviewed thousands of people on the radio and I don't generally get nervous but when I was asked to interview Harry Belafonte on the stage of the almost 1,000-seat … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — A lot of people admire our governor, the impeccable Charlie Baker. After all, he has boyish good looks, smiles a lot, and talks softly. As such many regard him as a moderating … more
The examiner is Trish. No last name. Her badge just says Trish in big block letters. And the word going round the parking lot is she's "thorough.""Crap," Danielle Davenport, 17, mutters under her breath. Romance may no longer be the unequivocal code … more
LENOX — "It's a big, fat tax cut," President Trump said on Friday, describing his sketchy nine-page proposal.Actually, the massive giveaway to the wealthy that does little to help the lower … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — In all my years of writing about Great Barrington and its surroundings, nothing has fascinated me more than the story of separate school systems —the Southern Berkshire … more
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