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WILLIAMSTOWN — "Would it be OK if Steve and I came up to see you next weekend? my eldest grandchild, Alyssa, asked when phoning from the apartment in New York City she and her bridegroom, Steve, moved into a few months ago. "It's more than … more
WESTPORT, Conn.— August in America, and according to a survey by AAA, 80 percent of us planned a road trip this summer. It's a tradition as old as the nation. So is writing about it. As Edna St. Vincent Millay, no stranger to a poet's … more
EAST CHATHAM, N.Y. — One clear, cool morning, Danny and I take a walk around Ooms Pond (aka Sutherland Pond) in Old Chatham, a regular spring observation area. August is looming and the grassy fields are high, stalks entangled with colorful, … more
Dear Rory: I just learned from The Golf Channel that you're searching for a new caddie. Well, me lad, look no further because I'm your ticket. I'm 68, sure, but in good health. In fact, my doctor assures me I'll live another 20 years provided I consume my daily ration of three pints of Guinness a day. Easy duty, that! more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Settling back into the Berkshires after nearly three decades in the crowded quarters of Hong Kong involves culture shocks that are pretty much to be expected. You can't move from a city with 7.3 million people living in 1,063 … more
NORTH ADAMS — I have kicked off my campaign for state representative. I am running to make sure those who reside in the 1st Berkshire District have the opportunities they need to prosper in their lives, their work and raising their families. A … more
NORTH ADAMS — Didja ever notice... that "60 Minutes" hasn't been the same since Andy Rooney died?Some people might argue that this is a terrible thing to write a column about, since Andy Rooney has been dead for six years, and nobody wants to … more
RICHMOND — When my grandmother went to the lower pantry cupboards and started pulling out lard pails, we all knew blueberrying was on. Grandma saved everything, from string to paper bags, so she never threw away the small galvanized pails that … more
LENOX — It's a wild ride out there this summer. Traffic along main arteries such as Routes 7 & 20 from the Mass Turnpike in Lee through Lenox and into Pittsfield seems heavier than ever, reflecting anecdotal evidence of a banner season for … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Our first glimpse of Ludlow Fowler in the Berkshires is of him falling on the grand staircase at Bellefontaine. To the delight of the child in the household, Boy Foster, Fowler fell up the stairs. Boy recalled, "Ludlow was so … more
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