Arts and Entertainment
Mr. Geering uses earthenware clays and glazes to make 17th and 18th century-style slipware pottery.
Think you've got issues? At least you've still got your job and your house wasn't robbed in broad daylight. "The Prisoner of Second Avenue," on stage in Woods Hole is bound to make your marriage look happy and your problems look small.
Luke talks to Peter Doom of Eight Feet Tall. The band formed in 2012 and recently released its second album, The Mask.
"The Celestials" is the fictional account of a little-known event that took place in North Adams in June of 1870.
The show will run Tuesday, August 12, through Saturday, August 16, at 8 PM, with a Thursday matinee at 2 PM.
Performances will be by vocalists Rebecca Parris and Shawnn Monteiro and bass player Avery Sharpe.
The show is suffused with snappy humor, and dazzling and fast-paced performances.
The photographs have been paired with one-page autobiographical sketches of these women.