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Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020 - The results from the survey underscored the enormity of the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on nonprofits’ essential operations, programs and services.
Thursday, 19 Mar 2020 - Norman Rockwell Museum seeks 3-D, life-size, weatherproof, outdoor submissions that will be juried for awards by a panel of art professionals.
Business Briefs: Emergency loans for small businesses; Heddinger joins CATA; CHP hires Moro; Bisaccio joins Lee Bank
Tuesday, 17 Mar 2020 - The $10 million Small Business Recovery Loan Fund will provide emergency capital up to $75,000 to Massachusetts-based businesses impacted by COVID-19.
Bits & Bytes: Beyond Flamenco at PS21; Amy LaVere, Will Sexton at the Foundry; BIFF film screening; ‘The Alchemy of Us’; ‘Meet Me at the Clark’; cancellations
Wednesday, 11 Mar 2020 - “Meet Me at the Clark” welcomes individuals with mild memory loss and their care partners to enjoy private viewing time in the galleries.
Bits & Bytes: ‘Fantasy on Ice’; ‘The Sound of Music’ at HVRHS; swing dancing at Dewey Hall; Maplefest at Williams
Tuesday, 10 Mar 2020 - Maplefest attendees will be able to visit a working sugar house, observe the finishing and bottling of the final product, gather sap, and taste homemade syrup on pancakes and “sugar on snow.”
Bits & Bytes: ‘Earth People’; Farm Film Fest; the Irish Comedy Tour at the Colonial; cohousing documentary
Monday, 9 Mar 2020 - Written and directed by John de Graaf in 2019, the film explores the concept of cohousing, an intentional community of private homes clustered around shared space.
Business Briefs: Weinstein named provost; Ramsdell ‘Library of Things’; Blantyre expansion; Potter-Astion joins advisory council; land trust welcomes Putnam
Friday, 6 Mar 2020 - Blantyre, a Relais & Chateaux property, has announced a property-wide expansion program.
Bits & Bytes: ‘The Story of Plastic’; Comedy at the Plaza; Dwyer at NYC book fair; ‘Bring It On’ at Miss Hall’s
Thursday, 5 Mar 2020 - BIFF to screen ‘The Story of Plastic’ Great Barrington — The Berkshire International Film Festival will present the documentary film “The Story of Plastic” Sunday, March 8, in the Bard College at Simon’s Rock Daniel Arts Center. Following the film will be a panel discussion featuring Berkshire Environmental Action Team executive director Jane Wynn and […]
Bits & Bytes: Doc Watson tribute; Maya Hawke at Egremont Barn; juggling classes; ‘An American Ascent’ at Mason Library
Wednesday, 4 Mar 2020 - Led by instructor Paul Scholder, the classes are free and open to the public, and are geared toward aspiring jugglers of all ages.
Monday, 2 Mar 2020 - “The Impact of Digital Media in Our Region” will feature a panel of local media professionals, including Berkshire Edge editor-in-chief David Scribner and publisher Marcie Setlow; IMBY founder and editor Enid Futterman; Luminary Media editorial director Brian Mahoney; The Gossips of Rivertown founder and editor Carole Osterink; and The Rogovoy Report founder Seth Rogovoy.
Business Briefs: Roe Jan Brewing opens; CHP physical therapist; retirement planning seminar; BFAIR promotion; Interprint Tech Session
Thursday, 27 Feb 2020 - Roe Jan Brewing Company opens doors Hillsdale, N.Y. — Roe Jan Brewing Company opened its doors Feb. 5, unveiling a starting lineup of beer and an inventive pub menu. The brewery uses a seven-barrel Portland Kettle Works system to produce a rotation of beers, including traditional ales and lagers as well as trending styles such […]
Bits & Bytes: BBG Bulb Show; Abraham Keita at Noble Horizons; CIA talk; ‘Tea Time With Simpson & Vail’
Tuesday, 25 Feb 2020 - Loch K. Johnson is one of the nation's leading experts on intelligence and has served on the staffs of the U.S. Senate and House intelligence committees as well as on the Aspin-Brown Presidential Intelligence Commission.
Bits & Bytes: BIFF film screening; David Levering Lewis at Stockbridge Library; Nikole Hannah-Jones at Williams; Auschwitz liberation commemoration; bear stories wanted
Monday, 24 Feb 2020 - David Levering Lewis was twice the winner of the Pulitzer Prize, in 1994 and 2001, for parts one and two of his biography of W. E. B. Du Bois.
Business Briefs: New CHP pediatrician; nonprofit resource guide; Sene joins Darrow School; Pittsfield Cultural Council grants; Bard Fulbright awards
Friday, 21 Feb 2020 - The 68-page directory is underwritten by advertisers and mailed free to over 300 nonprofits.
Bits & Bytes: ‘Pirates Past Noon’; Ken Gloss at Stockbridge Library; W.E.B. Du Bois talk; ‘Twilight Time’
Thursday, 20 Feb 2020 - Ken Gloss, who is also a frequent guest appraiser on PBS’ “Antiques Roadshow,” will talk in part about the history of his historic bookshop, which goes back to around 1825.
Bits & Bytes: BBG Winter Lecture; Tracy Grammer at Spencertown Academy; Runa at Dewey Hall; ‘The Ice Famine of 1919’
Wednesday, 19 Feb 2020 - Celebrating its 10-year anniversary as a band, Runa continues to push the boundaries of Irish folk music into Americana and roots music formats.
Bits & Bytes: Du Bois Legacy Festival; ‘Grand Piano Trios’; author talk at Lee Library; ‘Potluck & a Play’
Tuesday, 18 Feb 2020 - This year, the program centers around Du Bois’ commitment to progressive education.
Business Briefs: New WAM Theatre board members; Parker to head Fisher Center; Petell joins Berkshire United Way; digital marketing seminar; new BCC hires
Thursday, 13 Feb 2020 - WAM Theatre appoints of two new board members Lenox — WAM Theatre has announced the appointment of new board members Erica Barreto and Toni Buckley. Barreto is an alumna of the 2019 Creative Community Fellows program through National Arts Strategies, an advisor to the multicultural alliance program at Berkshire Arts & Technology Charter Public School, […]
Bits & Bytes: World music at Race Brook Lodge; American Mural Project tours; Laurel Hill meeting; French film festival
Wednesday, 12 Feb 2020 - Mike Beck, executive director of Berkshire Botanical Garden, will present “Teaching an Old Garden New Tricks: How Berkshire Botanical Garden Is Creating Its Own Future.”
Bits & Bytes: ‘Shakespeare in Space’; V-Day 2020; Popa Chubby at Infinity Music Hall; Sue Morse on cougars; ‘Math Homework’
Tuesday, 11 Feb 2020 - Richard Britell’s take on mathematical equations as art aims to recall how math and art have crossed paths through the ages via the likes of da Vinci, Durer and Escher.
Bits & Bytes: Architecture opening; Laszlo Gardony concert; ‘Birds in the Berkshires’; Caitlin Reese comedy; Valentine’s Day book giveaway
Monday, 10 Feb 2020 - Nicknamed 'New Branches on Ten Old Trees,' the program, devised specifically for Berkshires Jazz, is based in part on Laszlo Gardony’s new album 'La Marseillaise.'
Business Briefs: SoCo Creamery flavor party; wine and spirits fair; BNRC conservation gathering; Community Film Fund launch; ‘Standing Lincoln’ acquisition
Friday, 7 Feb 2020 - The Community Film Fund is a matching fund to help nonprofits in the Berkshire region create impactful videos for their branding, marketing and social media.
Business Briefs: CCR exhibition designer; Wortis joins Mahaiwe; Berkshire Nonprofit Awards nominations; grant for Jack Miller Contractors
Wednesday, 5 Feb 2020 - The Berkshire Nonprofit Awards recognize those who work tirelessly in the nonprofit sector to serve the Berkshire community.
Bits & Bytes: ‘Love Yourself’ at the Colonial; ‘A Little Rebellion Now and Then’; Marie Kendall photography talk; ‘Empowering Women and Girls Worldwide’
Tuesday, 4 Feb 2020 - Shays’ Rebellion is viewed as an agrarian revolt pitting impoverished farmers in western Massachusetts against the wealthy merchant class of the coastal eastern part of the state.
Bits & Bytes: First Fridays Artswalk; ‘The Organ Masters’; Heart Night; Claiming Williams Day; PAWS Read-A-Thon
Monday, 3 Feb 2020 - Launched by Fairview Hospital’s critical care nurses in an effort to raise awareness of heart disease, Heart Night is designed to give participants their own working plans for heart health and better health in the coming year.
New NPC board members; Belmuth joins VIM; Kirkby named top selling agent; new Jack Miller Contractors hires; Bennington prison initiative art degree
Thursday, 30 Jan 2020 - Those who are awarded degrees while in prison and are later released have a reduced rate of return to prison and higher rate of employment.
Bits & Bytes: Ben Cosgrove at Dewey Hall; ‘Rigged’ screening; ‘The Pollinators’ at Simon’s Rock; ‘Tannery Sessions’ video concerts; Becket Art Center call for artists
Wednesday, 29 Jan 2020 - “The Pollinators” features the filmmakers talking to farmers, scientists, chefs, economists and academics to give a broad perspective about the threats to honey bees and what it means for food security.
Bits & Bytes: ‘Thanksgivings for Life and Love’; Green Tweens Summit; ‘Moving Stories’ at Mason Library; Great Barrington Kennel Club Dog Show
Tuesday, 28 Jan 2020 - The idea for the summit grew out of a discussion held earlier in the school year on the question “Engaging Green Youth: How can children make a difference in saving Planet Earth?”
Business Briefs: Women’s health initiative; $1M gift for Barrington Stage; new LitNet executive director; Greylock scholarships; Wheeler joins BMM
Friday, 24 Jan 2020 - Literacy Network of South Berkshire welcomes Diane Rosenthal as executive director.
Bits & Bytes: ‘The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons’; military drone talk; first responders’ support group
Thursday, 23 Jan 2020 - Mountainside is hosting free first responders support groups on the last Thursday of every month, offering first responders a safe space to share experiences and receive support.
Wednesday, 22 Jan 2020 - Jane Denitz Smith has been a playwright in residence with Barrington Stage Company’s Playwright Mentoring Project since 2013.
Bits & Bytes: ‘A Practice in Process’; glyphosate talk; women in film seminar; college search talk; BCC dean’s list
Tuesday, 21 Jan 2020 - Berkshire Environmental Action Team will present Ed Stockman for a talk about the herbicide glyphosate, commonly known as Roundup, Thursday, Jan. 23, at 5:30 p.m. at the Lenox Library.