|@theMarket: Stocks Rebound|
It had to happen at some point. The averages declined almost every day for three weeks in a row, so a relief rally should be expected. The question is will it continue?
Unfortunately, that depends on the price level of oil. The bounce in stock prices that began on Wednesday was directly related to the bounce in oil. Oil has gained over 10
|Burns Suppers Celebrate Scotland's Favorite Poet & Haggis|
Monday, Jan. 25, will be the Scottish poet Robert Burns' 257th birthday.
The poet and lyricist, collector of folk songs, farmer and liver-of-life-to-the-fullest, was so beloved that, only a few years after his early death at the age of 37, friends began the tradition of celebrating his birthday with merriment, music, feasting, dancing
|Baker Gives State of the Commonwealth Address|
BOSTON – Today, Governor Charlie Baker delivers his first State of the Commonwealth address from the House Chamber of the Massachusetts State House. Remarks as prepared for delivery:
Mr. Speaker. Mr. President. Members of the House and Senate. Fellow Constitutional Officers. And Members of the Governor's
|'Carol': Sings a Sad Song|
It often takes a long time, sometimes forever and then perhaps never, for someone to become tolerant of something that he or she doesn't understand. More often than not, it's because they feel threatened by it.
Director Todd Haynes, who with "Carol" champions for lesbians what his "Far From Heaven" (2002)
|Berkshire Tidbits: Church Suppers, Guido's Thank-Yous|
First Congregational in Lee
Sets Free Wednesday Suppers
Fall through spring at 5:30
Almost every Wednesday evening, from the end of summer until the next summer, church members, local service clubs, supermarkets and restaurants spend the afternoon in the kitchen of First
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