Byline: By SHELL LIN

Around Florence and Northampton, Ruthy Woodring is a familiar face — she’s the co-founder of Pedal People, a worker-owned and bicycle-based trash...

Every other day, it seems, there’s another headline comparing President Trump to a toddler. But he’s not the only one who needs to cool down...

People Watching: Slime Sisters

12/1/17

If you went to the open studios and holiday sale at Florence’s Arts & Industry Building a couple of weeks ago, you might have caught a glimpse...

Two weeks ago, Henry Reade, a senior at Northampton High School, launched “The Castelli Curse,” the second of his young-adult book series The...

As a recent graduate of Mount Holyoke College who is originally from Beijing, China, I was fortunate enough to have spent my first Thanksgiving in...

A seasoned rocker who’s originally from Huntington Beach, Ca., Brian Marchese, 44, has played drum for around 30 years. “I play drums in several...

There have been a few benefit concerts for hurricane relief in the Valley recently, including a show by legendary saxophonist Charles Neville in...

33 Hawley Street, a new arts facility transformed from a 25,000-square-foot former lumberyard, is opening for partial occupancy and arts...

Every fall, college freshmen arrive on campus, excited to meet their new dorm mates. But what if one of those new neighbors has fur? More and more...

New York playwright and Amherst native Annie Baker is one of 24 winners of this year’s MacArthur Fellowship, also known as the “genius grant.”The...

Easthampton City Arts (ECA) is hosting Grist for the Mill, an ongoing salon speaker series that brings together contemporary thinkers and taste...



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