Arts & Entertainment

POEM: Syria

Saturday, Apr 8 - In view of Tuesday’s horrific nerve agent attack on civilians in Idib Province and in view of Friday’s missile attack on Syria, we are republishing John Lawson’s poem that we posted in December about the Syrian conflict.

Bits & Bytes: ‘What a Heart Loves;’ more than 300 attend legislative breakfast; Bach’s birthday dinner party; ‘As Time Goes By;’ James P. Cousins at Scoville Memorial Library

Thursday, Apr 6 - The legislators who attended the breakfast expressed their understanding of a tough road ahead due to new legislation and budget cuts, said they will continue to fight for the rights of individuals with disabilities in Berkshire County and in Washington, and expressed that voices will be heard through their representation.

MUSIC: A close encounter with the arc of Beethoven

Thursday, Mar 30 - The monumental “Archduke” piano trio took pride of place after the intermission. Pianist Michael Brown, violinist Lee Priday, and cellist Yehuda Hanani gave an “Archduke” performance for the ages.

ON THEATRE: WAM’s special eighth season

Sunday, Mar 12 - WAM is the only independent company to have collaborated with Barrington Stage Company, Shakespeare and Company, Berkshire Theatre Group and Williamstown Theatre Festival.