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THEATER REVIEW: ‘2.5 Minute Ride’ plays at Hartford Stage through June 23

I don’t always recommend solo performances, but this one is that rare exception. It is a must see!

Johann Sierau, 65, of Broken Arrow, Okla., formerly of South Egremont

He attended school in the Southern Berkshire School District until June 1971.

CONNECTIONS: Thinking ahead

In 1907, there were only 8,000 cars in the U.S., and only 144 miles of paved roads. The maximum speed limit in most cities was 10 mph.

James D. McGraw, 87, of Sheffield

Jim was an architect behind Sheraton’s transformation into a world-class organization, expanding its hotel management operations and property investments throughout North America, Asia and Europe.

Amplifications: Women’s rights are human rights

Women are still not protected by the Constitution. The Equal Rights Amendment has never passed.

Warren electrifies Mahaiwe crowd, but questioners get few specifics

The Warren campaign estimated more than 1,000 people attended the rally, including those at the packed Mahaiwe and the overflow crowd that could not be admitted to the 700-seat theater.

Book Review ‘Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI.’

Would that all history were put across this way, and would that Americans were taught the simple, brutal, unadorned truths of our collective pasts, as they happened, and not as we would want them to have happened.

Protest against Oklahoma police killing halts traffic on GB Main Street

It is “time for whites to step forward,” on this issue, and keep the police brutality story alive. “We are in a crisis of Americans being murdered.” --- Jennifer Van Sant
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