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THE SELF-TAUGHT GARDENER: Life is a beech

When it comes to woody plants, I feel more strongly about protecting them from insects and managing diseases than I do about perennials and annuals.

AUDIOBOOKS: Short stories

Short stories, well written and well told, are on the menu this week.

Alan Chartock: Get-even politics

The last thing Andrew Cuomo wants is to be like Donald Trump. He needs to talk straight and only lie when he needs to.

Alan Chartock: Feuding Democrats

Sometimes Andrew Cuomo doesn’t forget old hurts. Among the things he wants to get done this year is a new law that disallows the votes for a candidate on a third party line.

LEONARD QUART: Pain and politics

Of course, there is the political world, which somehow I continue to obsess about -- aching and all. 

Gubernatorial candidate Bob Massie foresees a sustainable future

In her letter Holly Morse writes: "In this election, we have the opportunity to set Massachusetts on a path to become a laboratory and beacon for the rest of the country — on health care, infrastructure, workers’ rights, a truly green economy and greater income equality."

THEATRE REVIEW: Too short a run for ‘Kinship’ at Williamstown

If you can't get a ticket you should complain to the management. There aren't that many really interesting plays around and you shouldn't have to miss this one.
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