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  • JERREY ROBERTS
Jodie Castanza, of Northampton, watches as her son, Logan, 18 months, points at the stage during Transperformance XXIV Tuesday at Pines Theater.

    JERREY ROBERTS Jodie Castanza, of Northampton, watches as her son, Logan, 18 months, points at the stage during Transperformance XXIV Tuesday at Pines Theater. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING
Northampton downtown property owner Alan Scheinman listens to questioning by Northampton Business Improvement District lawyer Harry Miles in Superior Court 1 in Northampton on Monday during a civil suit against the Northampton BID brought by Scheinman and fellow downtown business owner Eric Suher.

    KEVIN GUTTING Northampton downtown property owner Alan Scheinman listens to questioning by Northampton Business Improvement District lawyer Harry Miles in Superior Court 1 in Northampton on Monday during a civil suit against the Northampton BID brought by Scheinman and fellow downtown business owner Eric Suher. Purchase photo reprints »

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A group of people hold pictures of Michael Brown Monday on the steps of Northampton City Hall. Brown, an unarmed 18-year-old black man, was shot by police on Aug. 9 in Ferguson, Mo., a St. Louis suburb. His funeral was held Monday. The gathering was organized by the American Friends Service Committee, Northampton Quakers and Amy Bookbinder, of Northampton. Bookbinder is shown, front row, left.

    JERREY ROBERTS A group of people hold pictures of Michael Brown Monday on the steps of Northampton City Hall. Brown, an unarmed 18-year-old black man, was shot by police on Aug. 9 in Ferguson, Mo., a St. Louis suburb. His funeral was held Monday. The gathering was organized by the American Friends Service Committee, Northampton Quakers and Amy Bookbinder, of Northampton. Bookbinder is shown, front row, left. Purchase photo reprints »

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Emma Donnelly, of Leverett, harvests anise hyssop Monday at an herb garden she tends on River Road in Whately. California poppies grow behind her. She works for Blue Dragon Apothecary in Greenfield and uses the herbs to make tinctures, teas, salves, aroma sprays and other sundries. The spot is also a learning garden for interns employed by Blue Dragon. Donnelly has her own business, Harmonics Gardens, that she co-owns with Gerald Clark. They install and design medicinal, edible gardens, stone paths, walkways and other landscaping.

    JERREY ROBERTS Emma Donnelly, of Leverett, harvests anise hyssop Monday at an herb garden she tends on River Road in Whately. California poppies grow behind her. She works for Blue Dragon Apothecary in Greenfield and uses the herbs to make tinctures, teas, salves, aroma sprays and other sundries. The spot is also a learning garden for interns employed by Blue Dragon. Donnelly has her own business, Harmonics Gardens, that she co-owns with Gerald Clark. They install and design medicinal, edible gardens, stone paths, walkways and other landscaping. Purchase photo reprints »

  • YOSHITAKA HAMADA
Richard Richardson, right, talks about the 20th anniversary celebration at the Three Sisters Sanctuary in Goshen. The event Saturday between noon and 4 p.m. will celebrate arts, music and the Hilltowns.

    YOSHITAKA HAMADA Richard Richardson, right, talks about the 20th anniversary celebration at the Three Sisters Sanctuary in Goshen. The event Saturday between noon and 4 p.m. will celebrate arts, music and the Hilltowns. Purchase photo reprints »

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