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Topic - Cynthia Gwyn Brown
A key figure in the American women's movement is coming to Massachusetts.
Sydney Moss has set the women's Division III scoring record with 63 points for Thomas More College in a semifinal victory at the Presidents' Athletic Conference tournament.
A Starks woman maintains her innocence even though she has pleaded guilty to spitting on a town official during a dispute over a cellphone tower.
There's a certain promise to a garden - any garden. The flowers that bloom in the spring breathe promises of sunshine and the summer yet to come. But the bee balm, black-eyed Susans and hollyhocks of an old-fashioned garden - "grandmother's garden" - can carry with them an aura all their own, tied to memory, community and connection in ways that modern hybrids simply don't have.
Brown says Steinem is a perfect fit for a series of lectures the college is presenting that address equality and social justice.
Cindy Brown, the college's vice president of academic affairs, tells The Berkshire Eagle (http://bit.ly/1kgSWLh ) that excitement for the visit is building.