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Porochista Khakpour almost couldn't participate in an interview with The Eagle, due to her ongoing struggles with late-stage Lyme disease, the chronic illness that prompted her to write her memoir, … more
"Can Democracy Survive Global Capitalism?" by Robert Kuttner, a summer resident of Lenox, issues a far-reaching question and looks at the history, complexities, and problems of democracy balanced … more
LENOX — For Jamie Bernstein, the first-born offspring of Leonard Bernstein, celebrations of the centennial of the composer, conductor and educator's birth is a mixed blessing. In a recently … more
The gorgeous new volume celebrating the life and artistic work of John ffrench, who lived with his family in Stockbridge (1969-2010) and founded the iconic Dolphin Studio, "The Life and Work of John … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Author Rachel Kadish's relationship to Judaism is more cultural than religious."My mother's parents, my grandparents, were Holocaust survivors, and my mother was a refugee … more
To put it bluntly: Pamela Paul is a book nerd.As editor of The New York Times Book Review and the author of five books, one could say Paul is in the thick of her passion. Her latest book, "My Life … more
"Gabriel, or The Long Love Affair of The Virgin Mary: A Modern Tale of Alchemy" by Micheline Laguilhomie of Stockbridge is the tale of one Laure Saint-Guilhem. This faithful memoir is brilliantly … more
In late June, the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC), a division of the American Library Association (ALA), voted to change the esteemed Laura Ingalls Wilder Award to the Children's … more
"I Know How You Feel — The Joy and Heartbreak of Friendship in Women's Lives" by F. Diane Barth of Great Barrington is a supportive guide to seemingly every aspect of women's friendships. By … more
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