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Lionel Delevingne
Odyssey Bookshop
Author/photographer Delevingne discusses . With local anti-nuclear energy activist Anna Gyorgy.
Conversations on Race and Eduction
Neilson Library Browsing Room, Smith College
Poets Elizabeth Alexander and Nick Finney engage in unscripted dialogue. Moderated by Smith College Afro-American Studies professor Kevin Quashie.
Artistic and Culinary Expressions
Springfield Museums
Part of the museums' Culture and Cocktails series.
Magnificent Magnets
Leverett Library
SLEW Libraries sponsor preschool program.
Greg Tate
Franklin Patterson Hall, Hampshire College
Cultural critic, musician, and author Tate discusses his new book , and his 1993 classic .
Chrysler Szarlan
Boswell's Books
Discusses her book .
Thomas Osborn
The White Rose
Military veteran and author Osborn reads from . Discussion to follow.
Betty Rosbottom
Odyssey Bookshop
Local author and cooking teacher Rosbottom discusses her book .
Jericho's Transition Summit 2014
Jericho, the Bureau for Exceptional Children and Adults
Step by step instruction on timelines for differently-abled teens
Paintings Salons: A Brief History and New Installation at GWVS Art Museum
Springfield Museums
Julia Courtney gives this Thursday's a la carte lecture.
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Annual Manual
Best of the 2014 Readers' Poll Winners
Fall Arts Preview
A few of our picks for a festive fall
Autumn Extravaganza
New England struts its stuff at the Big E.
World Cup Fever
Searching for soccer fanatics from Northampton to Chicopee
Oh My!
Turning on to the Valley’s hand-crafted kink
Automotive Perspectives
“We shape our tools,” exclaimed 20th century media and technology critic Marshall McLuhan,...