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  • JERREY ROBERTS
Robert Sherwood, from left, Amanda Potluck, Mariam Massaro, Tom Fair and Craig Harris rehearse for the fourth annual Gaea Star Goddess Show Wednesday at Flywheel in Easthampton. The show is on Saturday at 7:20 at the Academy of Music. This year, the show is a celebration and reverence for the elemental beauty of water. Massaro, of Worthington, is the director and also wrote the music. A rally opposed to gas pipelines and fracking is being held in Pulaski Park at 6 p.m.

    JERREY ROBERTS Robert Sherwood, from left, Amanda Potluck, Mariam Massaro, Tom Fair and Craig Harris rehearse for the fourth annual Gaea Star Goddess Show Wednesday at Flywheel in Easthampton. The show is on Saturday at 7:20 at the Academy of Music. This year, the show is a celebration and reverence for the elemental beauty of water. Massaro, of Worthington, is the director and also wrote the music. A rally opposed to gas pipelines and fracking is being held in Pulaski Park at 6 p.m. Purchase photo reprints »

  • JERREY ROBERTS
Erika Saravia, from left, Armando Saravia and Oscar Saravia serve pizza to Kettie Lawrence, of Amherst, and Jim Dubois, of Northampton, at Pinocchio's despite the power outage Friday in downtown Northampton.

    JERREY ROBERTS Erika Saravia, from left, Armando Saravia and Oscar Saravia serve pizza to Kettie Lawrence, of Amherst, and Jim Dubois, of Northampton, at Pinocchio's despite the power outage Friday in downtown Northampton. Purchase photo reprints »

  • CAROL LOLLIS
Two dozen area medical professionals take part in an Ebola preparedness training at Cooley Dickinson Hospital Friday. Here, using blue paint, participants practice proper hand washing and  how to take gloves off without infecting themselves.

    CAROL LOLLIS Two dozen area medical professionals take part in an Ebola preparedness training at Cooley Dickinson Hospital Friday. Here, using blue paint, participants practice proper hand washing and how to take gloves off without infecting themselves. Purchase photo reprints »

  • JERREY ROBERTS
A grader, far right, moves down Pine Street near East Pleasant Street in Amherst Thursday. Before the grader passed, the road resembled the condition shown in the foreground.

    JERREY ROBERTS A grader, far right, moves down Pine Street near East Pleasant Street in Amherst Thursday. Before the grader passed, the road resembled the condition shown in the foreground. Purchase photo reprints »

  • CAROL LOLLIS

Members of Boy Scout Pack 701 helped rake leaves last Sunday at the Scout House in Williamsburg. Will Towler, left, with Heath Marney, both 9,  pitched in; Heath is also shown raking solo - and jumping into the pile.

    CAROL LOLLIS Members of Boy Scout Pack 701 helped rake leaves last Sunday at the Scout House in Williamsburg. Will Towler, left, with Heath Marney, both 9, pitched in; Heath is also shown raking solo - and jumping into the pile. Purchase photo reprints »

  • YOSHITAKA HAMADA
Chuong Son, of Hadley, prepares a meal at the Bahn Mi Saigon in the downtown Northampton Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014.

    YOSHITAKA HAMADA Chuong Son, of Hadley, prepares a meal at the Bahn Mi Saigon in the downtown Northampton Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014. Purchase photo reprints »


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