River Art Sounds Notes for Celebration

By CHRIS CURTIS, Greenfield Recorder Staff, Sunday, April 26, 2015,TURNERS FALLS — The “Trash to Treasure” art exhibit, in the Great Hall of the Great Falls Discovery Center at 2 Avenue A through the month of May, references that history and more with 15 works created by 11 area artists. The art exhibit is now […]

Archaeologist May Study Turners Falls History

By CHRIS CURTIS, Greenfield Recorder Friday, January 9, 2015 TURNERS FALLS — Pending town approval, a Connecticut archaeological team will take up a two-year study of the bloody incident that began under present-day Barton Cove and continued into present-day Greenfield and surrounding areas during King Philip’s War. READ the full article here.

Garbage gets a creative makeover to promote CT River health

By Amanda Drane, The Valley Advocate, – Mar 10, 2015. In the thousands of years before European settlers arrived in the Valley, David Brule says, the Connecticut River basin was a place Native American tribes gathered peacefully to fish and farm. Since then, humanity’s relationship with the river has grown much more complicated. Brule, who […]

Art and Science of Generosity

Friday, November 21, 2014 BY CHRIS CURTIS MILLERS FALLS — For a good cause, take a chance to win three liters of very strong beer. In celebration of its fifth anniversary, Element Brewing Co. is raffling off five three-liter bottles of something it calls double Summer Pilsner Fusion. At 15 percent alcohol by volume, it’s […]