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Nathan Williams is no novice to the political process. But suddenly there's a crop of people newly engaged and eager to participate, and since the November election, he's been looking for ways to help those people channel their desired activism.He … more
This week some lawmakers, but fewer than in the past, are conducting town halls. There they face angry, energized voters who are out to defend Obamacare or implore lawmakers to investigate President Donald Trump.If you, your family, friends or … more
On a Saturday afternoon in January, if you were to travel the windy hallways of the Williams College '62 Center for Theatre and Dance in Williamstown, Mass., you might find a group of students standing close to a mirror in a dressing room practicing … more
The weather outside may be frightful, but starting your vegetable garden inside is a delightful way to get a jump on the 2017 outdoor growing season in the Berkshires and Southern Vermont.Whether you're a seasoned green thumb or all thumbs when it … more
Have you kept up with the health resolutions or intentions you set for the New Year? Was going to the gym or health club one of them?Keep the following common courtesies and etiquette rules in mind while at the gym. Simple gestures and manners go a … more
"Executive orders" — everyone seems to be talking about them these days, but how many of us really understand how they work?"They can be kind of this weird thing that's kind of vaguely defined in the Constitution under Article 2," says Eliana … more
Q. Where did ''The Hopper' in Williamstown get its name?A. The Hopper, a glacial cirque or bowl-shaped depression on the western-side of Mount Greylock, was named after for the grain hopper. The grain hopper was a four-sided funnel, which delivered … more
Q. Several years ago, we bought some garden ornaments at two salvage/antique stores. I think the pieces were made of brass. They had a lovely verdigris finish, but it has rusted over the years. Is there any way to mitigate the rust, bring back the … more
Tax preparers do a big chunk of America's tax returns — more than 80 million a year, according to the IRS — but if you're nervous about handing confidential information to someone in a largely unregulated field, you're not alone.Here are … more
After all the pomp and circumstance is cleaned up after inauguration weekend, many are wondering: What next?After President-elect Donald Trump is sworn in as the United States' 45th president on Friday, his supporters, detractors, Congress, the … more
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