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'I Feel Pretty': And So Will You
It has long been said by altruistic philosophers, and famously iterated in 1966 by no less authority than David Ruffin and The Temptations, that "Beauty Is Only Skin Deep."    But alas, anyone who has spent any time on this planet chock full of monuments to physical splendor, and who has perhaps had the lesson
The Independent Investor: The Opioid Effect
Opioids are killing us. Both literally, as well as from an economic point of view. The economy has already suffered over $1 trillion in lost potential and those losses appear to be growing by the hour.   Last year, 62,000 Americans fatally overdosed on some form of opioid. It is getting to the point that almost every one of us
ArtCountry Enters Second Year With Incentives to Keep Visitors Around
Robert Wolterstorff, Lisa Dorin, Olivier Meslay, Mandy Greenfield and Joseph Thompson gave overviews of the exhibitions and performances planned at their institutions.   WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — North County's premier art institutions are doubling down on efforts to keep visitors entranced and entertained
Williams Women's Lax Finishes with Loss to Middlebury
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Jenna McNicholas scored four goals Wednesday to lead the Middlebury women's lacrosse team to an 18-6 win over Williams.   Sophia Millay scored four for the Ephs (6-9, 2-8 NESCAC), who got a combined two saves from the goalie tandem of Kami Cisneros and Ana Alvarenga.
Take Steps to Control Your Investment Taxes
Tax season is finally over. Of course, how much you pay in taxes depends on a variety of factors, many of which you can't control. But you might give some thought to how you can manage your investment-related taxes. Here are some suggestions to consider: * Contribute to your employer's retirement plan. If your employer offers
Williamstown Select Board Salutes Volunteers, Recommends Sand Springs Article
Select Board Chairman Hugh Daley opened Monday's meeting by saluting a local teen he had seen wading into the Green River to remove construction debris.  WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Select Board on Monday recognized some local residents who are doing their part to pitch in and help the Village Beautiful live up to
Stockbridge Officials Share Concerns With Lt. Gov. Polito
Chabon and Cardillo spent about an hour with Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito talking through issues. STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito vowed to work with town, state, and federal officials to find a way forward with the Stockbridge Bowl dredging project.   The $4 million project to restore the lake was
Four Freedoms Presents Day of Civic Empowerment
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Area residents have the opportunity to attend more than 25 civic and election-related workshops at no charge this Saturday, April 28, on the campus of Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. The workshops are presented by the Four Freedoms Coalition in partnership with MCLA. The workshops will take place at the
ArtWeek to Launch Across Massachusetts
PITTSFIELD, Mass. - Presented by Highland Street Foundation and produced by the Boch Center, ArtWeek will present its largest season lineup ever. The award-winning creative festival will offer more than 500 events from April 27-May 6 — more than double the size of the 2017 festival. For the first time, ArtWeek events will take place
Berkshires Beat: Sen. Hinds Reads Aloud to Young Children in Pittsfield
Time to Read Dr. Brian Dempsey is sending families home from checkups with free books and a very important prescription for the parents: "Read aloud to your children every day." In support of that effort, Sen. Adam Hinds visited the pediatrician's office on April 20, not only to cheer him on, but to practice what doctors
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