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RICHMOND — When the Hanna-Barbera team took Saturday morning television by storm, they gave dozens of memorable characters to several generations of children. They gave us something special, too - a chance to sleep in. Our kids were safely in … more
The Project for Public Space defines placemaking as "a collaborative process by which we can shape our public realm in order to maximize shared value." That is to say that people should get to customize their public areas according to their tastes … more
PITTSFIELD — Inauguration is a word that etymologists have traced back to describe a ceremony in early civilizations by which augurs (interpreters of signs and omens) determined whether an event sanctioned by the people would have a favorable … more
LENOX — If climate change is a Chinese-inspired hoax, as our technically legitimate 45th president tweeted in 2012, that's some hoax!"The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing … more
The great undoing has started. President Obama's most defining achievements — from health care reform and economic recovery to the drawdown of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan — divided the country to the extent that our new president and … more
"It was the fire in her eyes, the flash of her teeth, the swing in her waist and the joy in her feet." —Maya Angelou My Nana, JoAnne Fitz was a phenomenal woman. She told stories, laughed with me, but most of all, she taught me life's most … more
Diabetes is an American epidemic. Uncontrollable high sugar in the blood leaves the pancreas crippled and unable to keep up.In the old days, diabetes often led to blindness and amputations. There are, of course, two kinds of diabetes: Type 1, … more
DALTON — There is too much noise in this world — clanging, banging, pestering noise. In the morning, we have the grinding of gears and the revving of engines as vehicles start their morning runs to work and school. Soon, we hear the … more
PITTSFIELD — "People now marvel at how it came to pass at how [he] was selected to be a representative of either party. The European powers will despise us because we have no better material out of which to make a president. His speeches have … more
Upon hearing that January 19th is National Resist Day, I found myself amused.Resisting is something that has always come rather easily to me. My mother used to call me a "difficult child," and all the babysitters of my youth would likely agree. … more
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