12 'must see' boulders in the Berkshires

02/12/2016 11:23 PM EST

Whether you're into "bouldering" - climbing boulders - or just looking for an interesting outing, Ice Age glaciers left behind plenty of humongous rocks in Massachusetts.

Christy Butler, co-author of "Rockachusetts: An Explorer's Guide to Amazing Boulders of Massachusetts," recently shared 12 of the best balanced, best split, most historic, perfectly profiled and creatively painted boulders in the Berkshires.  Full Story

ASK DOCTOR K: Depressed stroke victim can be helped

DEAR DOCTOR K >> My mother had a stroke that weakened one side of her body. Full Story
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Oysters are a Valentine's Day custom

One of Valentine's Day's enduring customs is to launch the annual Feast of Love with a dozen raw oysters on the half shell washed down with a chilled bottle of bubbly. Full Story
Stargazers: Viewing Earth-orbiting satellites

Baby boomers may easily recall the first days of space flight. It was an exciting time to be a child. Full Story
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New parents, infant art critics welcomed at The Clark

02/12/2016 04:13 PM EST
Williamstown — Emma Boillat has a discerning eye for art. She's not afraid to express joy and delight when she sees something she admires and she's definitely not shy about works she doesn't appreciate. 
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64 years of marriage, dancing, laughter for Pittsfield couple
02/12/2016 03:56 PM EST - In observance of cupid's holiday, we offer you a local love story that continues to withstand the test of time and memory.

PITTSFIELD — If you ask John and Elizabeth Corbett if it was love at first sight when they met on a blind date almost 66 years ago, they'll both smile and shake their heads. Full Story

Strange but True: Science gives blind children new life
02/12/2016 09:56 AM EST - Q: Opthamalogists used to believe that once a blind child passed the critical age of 6-8, his or her brain would never be able to make sense of the visual world. Full Story

Healthy Pittsfield: Self-care can be as easy as breathing
02/12/2016 09:28 AM EST - What is more important — food or air? Exhale all of the air from your lungs and hold the out breath. Full Story

A TV repoter's view of the Middle East tumult
02/12/2016 09:32 AM EST - Regular viewers of television's evening news are sure to have seen video of Richard Engel delivering narratives as he dodges bullets, bombs and artillery barrages while reporting on the latest conflicts in the Middle East. Full Story

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Kanye West's super strict rules for Yeezy show models

Kanye West had some pretty strict rules for how models at his Yeezy Season 3 fashion extravaganza should display his clothes.