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Animal tales: Northampton exhibit of photography and poetry looks at the threats animals face, as well as their beauty
02-02-2024 11:53 AM


When he was growing up in New York City, Florence photographer Stephen Petegorsky was fascinated by the skeletons and diorama displays of animals in places like the city’s Museum of Natural History, developing an early interest in the science and art...

Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Rachel Markowitz of Northampton
02-02-2024 11:52 AM

With this winning photo, Rachel Markowitz of Northampton brings us closer to granola than we’ve ever been before. Her homemade batch “adds the necessary crunch and spice to my morning yogurt-and-fruit bowls.”How to enter: Snap a pic of something...

Photos: Dinosaurs Galore 
01-29-2024 10:17 AM

Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Robert Boulrice of Florence
01-26-2024 12:33 PM

Robert Boulrice of Florence wins the prize for best subject line of an email: “Antipasto!” This one, which he created, “features grilled asparagus wrapped in prosciutto, eggplant seasoned with Italian herbs then breaded and fried, sweet red peppers,...

Northampton homeowner wins honorable mention in Mass Audubon’s 2023 photo contest
01-24-2024 10:27 AM


NORTHAMPTON — On a spring day in 2020 as he returned home from a morning of birding along the Mill River, James Lowenthal stopped to chat with a neighbor just a few doors from his Crescent Street home.As the neighbors talked, they noticed a mama...

Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Shel Horowitz of Hadley
01-19-2024 11:05 AM

When it’s this cold outside, I don’t simply want to eat this savory baked french toast, I want to be it: warm, tucked cozily into a pan, full of cheese. Specifically, “rosemary, brie, whole grain mustard, and frozen raspberries from our own bush,”...

A light in the fog
12-27-2023 5:21 PM

Expanding the canvas: ‘Sum of its Parts’ at Smith College Museum of Art features a range of multi-panel works
10-20-2023 8:38 AM


Sometimes artists want to work on a big scale: to tell a particular narrative, to juxtapose images in a unique way, or to do something outside of their usual working parameters.But the challenge to that can be finding enough exhibition space to...

Book Bag: ‘Beyond the Monuments in Washington, D.C.’ by Michael Jacobson-Hardy; ‘The Sky We Shared’ by Shirley Reva Vernick
09-01-2023 2:00 PM


Beyond the Monuments in Washington, D.C.Photographs by Michael Jacobson-HardyLevellers PressThe gross disparity between the grandeur of the federal buildings and monuments in Washington, D.C., and the severe poverty in other parts of the city has been...

Quabbin Visitor Center renamed in memory of Les and Terry Campbell
06-06-2023 2:19 PM

By Max Bowen

With the Quabbin Reservoir in the background, friends and supporters celebrated a day two years in the making.The Quabbin Reservoir Visitor Center in Belchertown has been renamed the Les and Terry Campbell Quabbin Visitor Center, to honor the two...

Discovering who you are: ‘Authentic Selves,’ a new book and photo exhibit, celebrates trans and non-binary people
05-11-2023 4:46 PM


When it comes to transgender rights, the headlines across many parts of the country have become increasingly ugly in the last several months.At least 15 states, all controlled by Republicans, have banned or restricted gender-affirming medical care for...

Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner — Allison Smith of Northampton
05-05-2023 4:18 PM

Allison Smith of Northampton submitted this photo of a salad with red bud flowers and a soft boiled egg, which is from her backyard chickens. She calls the dish Red Bud Breakfast and describes it as “a very local meal.”How to enter: @Snap a pic of...

Speaking of Nature: Man vs. squirrel, round 2
02-17-2023 8:29 PM


In last week’s column, I featured the American red squirrel and I shared a photo of one of these rascals solving the puzzle of one of my birdfeeders. “How, do I get those peanuts?” it must have wondered and in relatively short order it managed to get...

Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Janice Doyama, Amherst
02-12-2023 11:56 AM

Janice Doyama of Amherst submitted this photo of “authentic triangular shaped Japanese rice balls called O-musubi,” made by her husband, Yukio. “They are flavored with pickled plums and a seaweed sesame seed condiment,” she said. Yum!How to enter:...

Speaking of Nature: Feeder raiders: How one particularly tenacious red squirrel cracked the code to my birdfeeder
02-07-2023 4:21 PM


Friends, Romans, birders, lend me your ears. I am delighted to say that I am back from a horrible experience with kidney stones. It started off, rather innocently, as a slight pain in my back that I couldn’t quite account for, but as time progressed I...

Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Sarah Pipczynski, Hadley 
02-03-2023 4:48 PM

A beautiful bounty of fresh eggs, sent in by Sarah Pipczynski of Hadley. “These colorful eggs come from several breeds and mixed breeds in my flock, including Americanas, Easter Eggers and Silkies,” she said.How to enter: Snap a pic of something...

Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Denise Heintze, Easthampton
01-27-2023 3:59 PM

A simple moment of beauty: Denise Heintze of Easthampton took a pause to admire her chioggia beets before cooking them. How to enter: Snap a pic of something delicious-looking and send it with your name, town and a sentence or two to...

Speaking of Nature: The grand deception of the northern mockingbird
01-24-2023 4:03 PM


I have no idea how many photos exist in my personal collection, nor, I am afraid, will I ever know. I can say (definitively) that in the past 6 years I have taken exactly 104,308 photos, but that is where “exact” comes to a close. My records prior to...

Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Amy Diehl, Northampton
01-20-2023 3:43 PM

Amy Diehl, communications specialist at ServiceNet, sent in this photo from ServiceNet’s Rooster Café of shiitake mushroom and barley soup, made with mushrooms grown locally at Prospect Meadow Farm. She noted, “Both the café and farm are part of...

Speaking of Nature: The yellow birch: A golden surprise in the woods
01-17-2023 3:30 PM


In keeping with my New Years resolution to focus some more attention on the plants that live around us I decided to look for a list that I was convinced must exist somewhere. You see, I am a compulsive list-maker. The blood of a scientist runs through...

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