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Not unlike its impact on the lumber supply or the cost of groceries, the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the difficulty many low-income parents face in being able to access and afford diapers for their children, legislators and advocates for needy families testified Monday.



In conjunction with the opening of "Hue & Cry: French Printmaking and the Debate over Colors," the Clark Art Institute will present a lecture by Anne Leonard, Manton curator of prints, drawings and photographs, at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11.

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Oscar-nominated filmmaker Sam Green is in North Adams with musician JD Samson to map out more of the work, which will premiere next month at the Sundance Film Festival. It includes music by Samson with footage Green has shot exploring diverse soundscapes, from the foghorns of San Francisco to last year’s reemergence of the 17-year cicadas. The audience will experience it through headphones to use binaural elements to create spatial sound in a way that’s impossible with speakers.

In the week or two after Thanksgiving and Christmas, it's common to be left with a refrigerator full of leftovers and ingredients that were partially used for holiday recipes. In my case, a 16-pound turkey for a “Friendsgiving” proved to be much more than we needed. That left me trying to find creative ways to make some meals with all that turkey meat.


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