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Massachusetts, normally known for its groundbreaking social advances like legalization of same-sex marriage, finds itself behind the eight-ball on the issue of automatic voter registration. Earlier this week, Illinois became the tenth state to enact … more
Nearly half a century after the hard-rocking Who graced (or tarnished depending on your perspective) the stage at Tanglewood, Who guitarist and songwriter Pete Townshend was back earlier this month with "Classic Quadrophenia," a rock opera hybrid … more
A city can mount the best public relations campaign money can buy, touting its arts scene, nightlife, sophisticated culture, its conduciveness as a place to raise a family — but in the end, one of the pillars its reputation rests upon is the … more
The bucolic hamlet of Sandisfield, tucked away in Berkshire County's southeast corner, was minding its own business as it always had. Suddenly an energy-hungry world arrived at its doorstep in the … more
The Eagle, like many in Pittsfield who were skeptical of the plan to put a Walmart Supercenter in the William Stanley Business Park, decided to reserve judgment until the retail behemoth produced a … more
What makes the election of our presidents an exceptionally sobering task is that we choose the person who, for the next four years, will have virtually unlimited power and authority to wage nuclear … more
When conversation turns to the Housatonic River it is probably most often about the endless saga of the PCB cleanup, currently in limbo as General Electric and the Environmental Protection Agency … more
The scenes from Puerto Rico are nothing short of apocalyptic. Maria, that merciless whirlwind of misery, has left Puerto Ricans bereft of housing, power, clean water, food and all the other basics of … more
When politics and health care are mixed, they tend to produce a toxic miasma that leaves everyone feeling ill. Such is the case with Senate Republicans' third attempt since taking over Congress and … more
President Trump's ongoing drive to undo the efforts of his predecessor now include rolling back an Obama administration executive order that blocked armored vehicles, high-caliber weapons and other … more
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