Sunday, May 26, 2024

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Tag: Montreal


Our reporter at the Venice Biennale describes a breathtaking installation based on archangels in the Basilica of San Giorgio Maggiore.

Rawson Brook Farm to downsize: Get your chevre while you can

Like probably most other people, I am not happy when something I cherish ceases to exist. Rawson Brook Chevre will be with us for a while, but not forever.

Serenity Bamboo Flute company embraces sustainability, with instruments for music and strolling

Linda Barbadoro spends close to 90 days on the road each year, covering a circuit of more than 30 craft shows, music festivals and more obscure gatherings—think garlic festivals and asparagus festivals—which equates to more than a full-time job.

Eleanor Altrows, 87, of Otis

Residing in Otis for 32 years, she loved music and art, wildlife, and her cats.

Sylvie Potashner, 39, of Sandisfield

She worked at the CHP Family Network and the Kip Rockwell Family Center and had a craniosacral practice.

Want to learn more about Muslims? Don’t Google it

For as anyone who has attended one knows, high schools are a peculiar mix of social awkwardness and lack of inhibition. Indeed, high school is where the attitudes we learn at home are staged for all to see.

W. Ross Hawkins, 80, of Sheffield, longtime teacher at Berkshire School

A dedicated educator for 37 years, Mr. Hawkins taught European history and French at Berkshire School until he retired in 2003.

Archa Beth Hodges, 56, of Great Barrington, teacher at Kripalu Center

Massage therapist, Ayurvedic consultant, yoga and dance teacher, as well as workshop leader, Archa has touched the lives of many, offering healing and love in her unique, quirky and profoundly creative way.

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