Here's what it looks like inside:
On the wall is this plaque leftover from the bank days, honoring a teller who was killed in World War One in 1918.
In front of it is this rack of ladies clothes.
At first I was inclined to say something to the management about the lack of respect that shows, but then I was struck by the idea that the dead soldier probably would have liked the notion of pretty young Urban Outfitter shoppers pausing all day before his plaque. That's better remembrance than a lot of vets get.
There was another one of those censorship controversies at UMass last week when Professor Andrew Bernstein tried to lecture on the virtues of capitalism and was repeatedly interrupted by screaming leftists. Here one of them is escorted from the hall by campus security.
Newt who? This Northampton van owner is supporting (and has been supporting) Vermin Supreme!
A cow on the roof of an Amherst shed.
Legendary Amherst Bulletin columnist Phyllis Lehrer (right) stopped by the Amherst Survival Center recently with her friend Gale Kuhn.
So did Channel 22's Shannon Halligan and her cameraperson.
The Northampton Chapter.
The Hot Chocolate charity run through downtown Northampton was this morning. Here is sixty-five seconds of it - see anybody you know?