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Front row, from left: Ava Martin, Gabriella DeFelice and Isabella DeFelice. Back row: Isaiah Neski, Kevin Huban, coach Jon Martin and Adam Quinto.

Central Berkshire Tennis Team Wins Western Mass U18 Title

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LONGMEADOW, Mass. -- The Lee Community Tennis Association Central Berkshire team this weekend won the USTA Western Massachusetts Junior Team Tennis Championship in the under-18 division.
 
Isaiah Neski, a member of the Lee team, was awarded the tournament's U18 Sportsmanship Award.
 
Other team members included Ava Martin, Gabriella DeFelice, Isabella DeFelice, Kevin Huban and Adam Quinto. The team is coached by Jon Martin.
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Review: 'Fall Springs' is a Musical With a Message

By Nancy SalzGuest Column

Can a musical comedy convey a serious message?
 
"South Pacific" addresses race relations and WWII while also making us smile with "There's Nothing Like A Dame" and "Honey Bun."

Combining two approaches is the difficult goal of the promising new musical "Fall Springs," which is having its world premiere at the Barrington Stage. And they manage to pull it off. Not perfectly, but well enough to provide a very entertaining evening in the theater.

"Fall Springs" is best described as a serious farce – with the themes of fracking, science versus disbelief,  and age versus youth. Confused? Perhaps this description of the fantasy plot will help.

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