The book features a female impressionist painter, whose life intertwines with that of painter Edouard Manet.
One universal frustration that women, and men, have to overcome? Starting the chainsaw.
Regardless of the outcome, this presidential election is the first time a woman is the presidential nominee of a major party. And the first woman to vote for president after passage of the 19th Amendment was apparently a resident of Western Mass.
Perugia Press marks this milestone as its founder, director and editor, Susan Kan, is stepping aside.
Many towns and cities are offering extended hours for residents to cast their ballots before Election Day. But in the small Berkshire County community of Mount Washington, Town Clerk Gail Garrett is taking a different approach.
Children’s author and illustrator Marie Betts Bartlett has found a way to mark the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.