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Chalk Talk: By teachers, for teachers — professional development that resonates
09-14-2023 6:20 PM

This year, as I take on the responsibility of coordinating the Western Massachusetts Writing Project (WMWP), I along with my co-leader Chris Rea (also a frequent Chalk Talk contributor) am helping to facilitate the Summer Leadership Institute, a...

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Book Bag: ‘The Sacred Dog’ by Joan Livingston; ‘Mud Pie’ by Lauren Arienzale
02-02-2024 11:52 AM


The Sacred DogBy Joan LivingstonDarkstroke Books Franklin County author Joan Livingston, a former reporter and editor who once covered the Hilltowns for the Gazette, has used her experience to create a series of mystery novels set in similar towns,...

There is a Season with Molly Parr: For the love of cabbage salad
03-06-2023 5:34 PM


Cabbage, like cauliflower last year and kale before that, is having a moment. Last week, The Washington Post offered a recipe for shredded, roasted cabbage, served with jammy eggs and quinoa. The New York Times recently suggested grilling wedges of...

Community in concert: Amid personal tragedy, songwriter Roger Salloom preps for his annual community concert
07-18-2022 7:56 PM

By Bob Flaherty

NORTHAMPTON — The jangling distant chords called to Jamie Kent at a young age. The Nashville recording artist’s childhood Florence home was a stone’s throw from the entrance to Look Memorial Park and the iconic Pines Theater nestled within. When...

Matching memory with paper: Northampton and the 1950 census
06-18-2022 2:59 PM


A ring of teenage boys stashes cigarettes under stacks of napkins. A fleet of college girls whizzes past on bicycles, black robes billowing out behind them. Another pack of boys gathers on a bridge, ready to pelt them with water balloons.With the...

Creating a brave space: Trans, nonbinary and gender-expansive youth theatre collective to debut musical
06-10-2022 4:00 PM


NORTHAMPTON — Western Massachusetts’s first trans, nonbinary and gender-expansive youth theater collective, Co-ACT, debuts on stage Wednesday with its initial musical production, breathing life into a scripted retelling of the ensemble’s real...

EarthTalk: The debate over capturing methane from livestock manure
04-05-2022 3:47 PM

E — The Environmental Magazine

Dear EarthTalk: Is encouraging dairy farmers and cattle ranchers to capture methane gas from their livestock’s manure good or bad for the planet? — Phil Onorato, Pittsburgh, PA Methane capture, the process of using the decomposition of livestock...

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