Gilbert & Sullivan Put on Trial!

by Kevin T McEneaney On a rainy afternoon last Sunday, there was much overflowing laughter in Great Barrington at St. James Place, as Crescendo, directed by Christine Gevert, put on…

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Spring dalliance

by Kevin T McEneaney Forsythia, that banner flag of Spring, blooms by window and sharp-curving roadside with yellow prolixity and promise of warmer weather with low-cloud-cover, and constant threat of…

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Listen to the robin

by Kevin T McEneaney When a robin in spring sets up a nest, begins to sing at orange rays of dawn about musical genealogy, he may well attract another robin…

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Groundwater

by Bill Schlesinger Deep underfoot in most regions of the world is a zone where the fractures in bedrock are filled with water—known as groundwater–constituting the water table.  Globally, the…

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How we evolved

by Kevin T McEneaney All life relies on cooperation, whether intimate or more social forms. Cooperating defines history; it will project the future of mankind. - Through cooperation we invented…

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Demons and Lovers at Hudson Hall

by Kevin T McEneaney There is a crisis in this country concerning the arts: most people want stories, drama, and poetry to be realistic, aligned with truthful portrayal of life.…

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The Big Cave

Bill and mansion by Bill Schlesinger America is the land of the big—Big Houses, Big Cars, Big Macs, and Big Dreams. The average new house in the U.S. has 1000…

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