Berkshire Lifestyles
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Q: When does biology trump psychology in human behavior?A: A case in point: After a Virginia teacher started collecting sex magazines, visiting child pornography websites and then making subtle advances on his young stepdaughter, he was convicted of … more
Dear Short Answers: I recently met a girl that I really like a lot. But every time I send her an email it takes her several days to respond. And her excuse is always the same — "your email got sent to my junk folder!" Do you think she is just … more
PITTSFIELD — Marie Helene Yameogo is a well-educated, married, working mother of one daughter — with another child on the way — who aspires to enter the medical field. more
In this column, staff at the Center for EcoTechnology offer advice on easy ways for people — and businesses — to introduce green changes in their daily lives. We've had plenty of practice doing this: For more than 40 years, CET has … more
PITTSFIELD — If Anna Gershenson's face seems familiar to you, it's probably because you've seen her somewhere in the last few years — delicately slicing an heirloom tomato at the Pittsfield Farmers Market during a cooking demo, or catering an event at the Berkshire Museum. Or, more than likely, while you're flipping through channels on your TV. more
Williamstown — Over the last several years, author Roxane Gay has forged a place for herself in modern feminism thanks to her unique voice and personal experiences that speak to wider truths about race and gender. Gay will speak at 7 p.m. … more
Kelly Parsons' new medical thriller delivers an engrossing story about revenge, grief, technology and hospital practices.The suspense level is high, but Parsons' fully realized characters, whose personalities have shades of gray, are his real … more
The late Robert B. Parker made a career — a very successful, almost 40-year one — out of a series of flawed-hero protagonists: Spenser, Sunny Randall and Jesse Stone among them. They had at one point or another strayed from the good-guy … more
Will the Trump presidency usher in a new late-night war?For the first time in a year and a half, Stephen Colbert's "Late Show" bested Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show" in total viewers, according to Nielsen data released on Tuesday.For the week of Jan. … more
Q: What makes some of us all but powerless in the presence of a cruller?A: "Food cues. These make you eat more," answers Yale University neuroscientist Hedy Kober in Discover magazine. "The sight of food, the smell of it, even just a picture of it … more
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