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Dear Short Answers: My sister and I have always had a friendly rivalry about which one of us our mother liked the best. When mom passed away a few months ago she gave all her money to the local library. Do you think she did this because she didn't … more
Great Barrington — A 12,000-mile journey through 18 states over a few months may sound like a daunting task for one person, but YES! Magazine editor and writer Sarah Van Gelder believed it was the only way to find out how the country was … more
In 2015, Colleen Gaudet of West Bridgewater decided to crochet mermaid tail blankets as part of a bedroom remodel for her twin daughters, who were turning 3 at the time. She posted photos of her finished product to Facebook and was immediately … more
LENOX — Dr. Christine Mauro is a physician born out of the dot.com craze. After four years working for three different high-tech firms in California, Mauro had enough of the tech world and, at 27, entered medical school in 2004 to fulfill her childhood dream of becoming a physician. more
Great Barrington — On a midwinter afternoon at his Charlottesville, Va., home, award-winning landscape architect Thomas Woltz reflected on his half-acre formal garden: the stone walls he built by hand, the midwestern cobbles edging his … more
A terrifying incident that occurs when a young girl witnesses something life-changing propels Lisa Gardner's tight and compelling thriller, "Right Behind You."When Sharlah May Nash was 5, her 9-year-old brother, Telly Ray, kept her safe from their … more
Does your idea of a relaxing and rewarding retirement involve inspecting drowned corpses on the dockside, interviewing murder suspects and interrogating notorious gangsters? No? Then you are not ex-cop John Rebus. The former detective inspector, now … more
"Five-Star Sundays, Two-Star Mondays: An Un-Altar- Ed Memoir by a Minister's Daughter," is a high-energy story of the adventurous life of author and poet Laird T. White of Lenox. This memoir has all the hallmarks of a great story: colorful … more
Q: An estimated five billion lives have been saved by the 105 scientists celebrated on the ScienceHeroes.com website. Can you name any of the top heroes or their discoveries?A: #1 and #2 are German scientists Fritz Haber (1868-1935) and Carl Bosch … 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. For more than 40 years, CET has helped people and businesses in Massachusetts … more
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