A regional bike share program is set to launch in western Massachusetts this spring.
Sexual assault allegations against Roy Moore have reverberated from Alabama to Washington, D.C. Many Republican leaders have pulled their support from Moore. They include Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin and Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner, the head of National Republican Senatorial Committee, which is in charge of electing GOP senators. McConnell, trying to save every seat possible in an already too-narrow-for-comfort majority, is gaming out...
We start our look back at the week's news with two criminal justice bills passed separately by both chambers of the Massachusetts legislature.
Charles Manson, the cult leader who drew lasting infamy for directing mass killings in 1969, has died at the age of 83. Manson had been removed from prison in Corcoran, Calif., where he had been serving nine life sentences, and placed in a nearby hospital for a serious illness. It was the second time this year the mass murderer had been hospitalized. For nearly five decades, Manson has occupied a unique position in the American cultural imagination — a figure of dystopian fascination and...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mubsMf0mmCw The Hebrew Psalms have inspired composers for thousands of years. Now, New York's Lincoln Center is presenting The Psalms Experience, a festival of choral settings of all 150 Psalms by 150 different composers. It includes nine U.S. premieres. Lincoln Center's director of programming, Jane Moss, says over the past few years, she's been thinking a lot about the contentious political landscape in the United States and abroad, the turbulent changes in...
Andy McGhee was a household name in the world of jazz education, but Berklee's gain meant that Andy remained one of the least-known and most under-recorded tenor masters of the past half-century. Why, even his name is subsumed under a colleague's in this 2006 performance of "Body and Soul."
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The destructive emerald ash borer is moving deeper into New England's tree population. An infestation was just found in Hampshire County in western Massachusetts.