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Tag: Passover

BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on CMC:Berkshires—where science plus kindness equals change

Now in its 10th year, the Center for Motivation and Change provides comprehensive, cutting-edge, research-supported treatment for people struggling with substances or trauma in its New Marlborough facility.

Illuminating the Hidden Forest, Chapter 41: Filled by time and grace

We have nowhere to go and time stretches out in front of us.

A new twist on an old Passover recipe: ‘Ramp matzo brei’

Ramp Matzo Brei is a modern variant for Jewish households with access to a New England forest. Ramps are a wild onion.

EYES TO THE SKY: Equinox tomorrow. Nobel Laureate to address Northeast Astronomy Forum

Each year, the Passover holiday begins on the evening after the first full moon that follows the spring equinox and Easter begins on the first Sunday after the full moon that follows the Equinox.

EAT WELL / LIVE WELL: It’s OK… (Passover and Easter conversations)

Deprivation is not the key to healthy eating, satiety is. And satiety is a complex condition. It has both physical and emotional components.

A Passover message: Resist the new inhumanity

Why is this night different from all other nights? This night is different because it lights my way, in sharp relief, to an understanding that the plague of inhumanity to others only breeds an inhumanity in our souls.

Bits & Bytes: Mark Oppenheimer at Williams; BHS poetry reading; Ventfort Hall magic show; Passover at Temple Anshe Amunim; Woodland Connections for Women; Facebook...

The "Celebrating Animals in Poetry" event will feature the Church Hill Poets as they read their own work as well as poetry of others focusing on animals in their lives and beyond.

EYES TO THE SKY : Paschal Moon — Passover, Easter and partial lunar eclipse

The upcoming lunar eclipse could be a brief experience of the divine. In the Berkshires, it will be a fleeting partial eclipse on Saturday morning April 4th, minutes before the sun rises in the east and the full moon sets in the west, with Earth in between.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.