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ADAMS — Supporters of the planned sale of all the most valuable works of art in the Berkshire Museum collection see it as an important step into the future direction of the museum and the … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — What my life boils down to these days is that I'm a 20th-century guy living in the 21st century.This manifests itself in my use of technology. Yes, I tweet, email and … more
This has been one of the busiest months for Fraud Watch. It began with reports of counterfeit products, moved to fraudulent disaster relief, and now focuses on one of the most extensive data breaches in American history.Late last week, Equifax, one … more
ALBANY, N.Y..— When the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) recently came out against the the Berkshire Museum's plans to sell 40 prized artworks to fund its "New Vision," the museum trustees … more
WESTPORT, Conn. — Move fast and break things," Facebook wunderkind Mark Zuckerberg famously advised five years ago. Last November, in the riptide of the election year, his slippery leviathan, … more
WESTPORT, Conn. — Enough about software; let's talk hardware. Is Sen. John McCain's glioblastoma, like the one that took Ted Kennedy's life in 2009, related in any way to the use of his … more
PITTSFIELD — Alzheimer's Disease International designates the month of September as World's Alzheimer's Month. This international campaign raises the awareness of Alzheimer's disease and challenges the stigma that surrounds dementia.The impact … more
NEW YORK — I have held back writing a column about the first Trump year, since it seemed impossible for me to compose something that countless Rachel Maddow and Chris Hayes programs, Charles … more
WASHINGTON, Mass.— The controversy over the Berkshire Museum's proposed sale of 40 important works of art continues to grow. At its heart are two Norman Rockwell paintings given to the museum by the artist. They are the linchpin of the … more
LENOX — Pure sabotage, a cruel blow to 20 million Americans — including tens of thousands in the Berkshires — who are self-employed, who work for employers who don't offer heath … more
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