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Holiday 2015

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In This Issue

Who was the Weather Prophet of Beartown Mountain?

How can a former church be, quite literally, uplifted?

Winter Warnings

Tips to stay safe and warm

The New Abandon

Williams College’s annual I/O Festival of New Music, January 7-9

An Oasis for the Senses

The cozy café, Elixir, is rich in nourishing fare

Get Into the Spirits

Methuselah has an impressive drink list and menu

The Art of It: Something Wonderful

Phillip Knoll’s pieces are layered reflecting a sort of dreamlike state.

An Eye Full

Recalling lives focused on imagery

Piece by Piece

A couple renews their heirloom Alford farmhouse

Ten Minutes With Linda Ellerbee

An American TV journalist

Becoming Whole

Finding what makes you happy can take help

The Humor of It All

Daniel Klein brings philosophy down to earth

Just Say Yes

Service dogs are more than someone’s eyes and ears

Thrive in the Deep Freeze

Get your winter on—outside

Eat to Live

Finding the right foods is key to well-being

DIY Gifting

Community art spaces flourish across the Berkshires

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