Tucked away in Western Mass.
Noel Stookey, the Paul in Peter, Paul and Mary merges his passions - his music and his faith
March 26, 2004
A first person account of my visit to the Nazi
death camp in 1989.
September 21, 1990
Dismantling Racism Through Music Is The Goal Of African
Dance Troupe Founder Earline Robinson
April 7, 2002
Philadelphian Naima Black Spent 20 Years in East Africa's
August 26, 2001
My first professional reporting assignment was to cover a selectman's meeting
in Northfield in the fall of 1986. I tape recorded the entire session. The Recorder was an afternoon paper then, so my deadline
was 6 a.m. and I used every last minute. I went on to cover three towns (Northfield, Erving and Leverett) for the Recorder
for two years. I also started writing features. Here's a shout out to Richie Davis, an editor who had faith in me and who
taught me a lot. Thanks!
Between 1987 and 1990 I wrote several features for the self-described "Alternative
Newsweekly for the Pioneer Valley." They included a retrospective on Greenfield Community College as well as interviews on topics
such as deforestation in East Africa and medical conditions in Poland that I conducted while abroad.
A New Generation Of Politics In W. Germany
Issues Facing Older Citizens To Be Focus Of Grey Party Agenda
November 12, 1989
Northern Sun News (Minneapolis)
I was first published in this monthly organ of the Northern Sun Alliance,
a group of hardy souls dedicated to shutting down nuclear power plants and to a myriad of progressive causes. I wrote regularly
from 1982 to 1983. Thanks to Diane Connors, the first editor to encourage me on the road to writing.