There are eight more shows scheduled at the moment between April 23 and May 21, including one with Northampton singer-songwriter Heather Maloney and another with Grammy winning singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Tim O’Brien.
Crisis or not, you are not a needs fulfillment center. Similarly, just because your crisis mode is packaged as “everyday functional,” doesn’t mean that you yourself are not struggling with all that’s happening.
As we all navigate our way through this new landscape of isolation and social distancing, most of us have lost the small local connections we once took for granted. The familiar hello of a barista who poured our morning coffee, the nod of the bus driver who brought us...
It was October 2018 when Emily Collins of Holyoke, now 30, had her second child, Sebastian, who was born 12½ weeks premature. Sebastian lived for 15 days, then died at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield.
An important related issue is support for undocumented people — some of whom work for local farms.
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“This is a way to get people together who are cannabis friendly people and now that we have this new law that we’re legal to use marijuana in this state, it just seemed to me to be just a cool event to put together,” Sherry said.
Lively folk music at the Shea Theater; a children’s art series at the Academy of Music; a mix of experimental folk and alternative solo artists at Ten Forward in Greenfield; a reading of a new play by Smith MFA student Mary Beth Brooker.
I’ve been looking at web cams, live concerts, and online art classes, and while it might sound mawkish, these — along with some inspired ideas collected from like-minded friends — are a few of the things that have helped me feel like I’m still connected to the world, and to all of you in it. Here are a few of the streams I’ve been dipping into lately.