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Tanglewood's Bernstein Celebration Was a Spectacular Tribute
Certainly by now, lovers of classical music know that this summer marked Leonard Bernstein's 100th birthday. Celebrations throughout the world are legion, with Tanglewood at the epicenter for performances of the maestro's music – both his own and of the signature compositions of others for which he is beloved as America's
Cheshire Boy Hands Out Trail Magic
Nate and his mom, Karen Luczynski, who says her family has stayed in touch with many of the hikers.   CHESHIRE, Mass. — Trail angel Nate "North Star" Luczynski has been handing out trail magic to through-hikers long before the town became an Appalachian Trail Community.    "It
Hidden Bio-Gem Discovered at Mountain Meadow
Another image of the northern pearly eye found at Mountain Meadows and enhanced by Erik Hansen. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — As I walked up the grassy trail to Mountain Meadow Preserve, I was soon in for a big surprise.   Following a zigzag erratic flight of what looked like a common little wood satyr, a closer
Lanesborough's Paris Completes Trip to National Team Tryout
CARY, N.C. -- Mount Greylock Regional School freshman Derek Paris wrapped up his weekend at the USA Baseball National 14-and-under tryouts with a 4-1 loss by Team New England against North Florida.   Paris caught the first and second innings of the loss, finishing up a strong defensive performance for the Lanesborough
Rand Pitches Cornerstone to Berkshire Adult Baseball League Title
PITTSFIELD, Mass. -- Jake Rand was roughed up for four runs in the first inning of Sunday’s Berkshire Adult Baseball League championship game.   In the second, he faced runners on second and third with one out and the heart of Housatonic’s lineup coming to the plate.   And then, Rand got to
Mount Greylock's Paris Has Strong Defensive Day at Team USA Tryout
CARY, N.C. -- Lanesborough resident Derek Paris turned in some big defensive plays Saturday in a pair of games at the USA Baseball National 14-and-under tryouts.   In Saturday's first game, a 7-6 loss to North Texas for Paris and Team New England, he threw out a runner attempting to steal second. Then, the catcher by trade
Letter: Alcombright Endorses Caccaviello for District Attorney
To the Editor: As a former mayor of the City of North Adams and on Sept. 4, I will be voting for Paul Caccaviello for district attorney. A lifelong resident of Berkshire County, Paul has spent three decades as a prosecutor. He has been in the trenches from day one and has handled thousands of cases and tried many in front of juries in
@theMarket: Record Highs Coming Up?
As of Friday, we were in striking distance of a record high on the S&P 500 index. We have been here before, but something tells me that this time we just may break through. But for how long?   Granted, stock market volumes are exceptionally light, which is understandable, since we are heading in to one of the slowest weeks of
Lanesborough Pub Opens With New Owners, New Name
The former Matt Reilly's has a storied history in the town of Lanesborough. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — It wasn't that long ago when Kim McArdle and her brother Brant Boyington decided they didn't want to work for other people, they wanted to work for their own family.   The pair considered opening a
Lanesborough's Paris Opens Play at 14U National Team Tryouts
CARY, N.C. -- Mount Greylock Regional School freshman Derek Paris caught two scoreless innings for Team New England on Friday at the USA Baseball National 14-and-under tryouts.   Paris grounded out in his only at-bat, and the New Englanders dropped an 8-1 decision to Southwest in their first action of the
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