Wednesday, July 17, 2024

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Marcie L. Setlow

Marcie Setlow has served as publisher of The Berkshire Edge since she founded it with David Scribner in 2014. She came to The Edge after a career of developing, selling and managing media projects for PBS and cable television. She traces her career in journalism back to her position at her high school newspaper at James Hillhouse High School in New Haven, Connecticut. As a community leader, Marcie served as president of New York Women in Film & Television. In the Berkshires, she is president of the chamber music series Close Encounters With Music and board member of the Berkshire Playwrights Lab.

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Welcome to Real Estate Friday!

Joseph Shirk of TKG Real Estate offers an unusual property that perfect as a live/work space for makers, artists, and business people. An analysis of first quarter 2024 real estate sales. Architect Pamela Sandler transforms a dark, compartmentalized condo into a light, bright and open home. Plus, recent sales, a farm-and-table recipe, and gardening columns.

An invitation to attend the second annual Blackshires Leadership Program Graduation

The Blackshires Community Empowerment Foundation invites the community to join them at the second annual Blackshires Leadership Program Graduation at the Colonial Theatre in...

BerkChique!, this-weekend-only pop-up clothing sale, opened Friday evening at Ventfort Hall

This pop-up clothing sale and fundraiser continues at Ventfort Hall Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday 10 to 2.

Modern Berkshire living in Williamstown, Mass.

Your private courtyard entrance in the Cable Mills community leads you into a sleek two-bedroom flat with original historic features, offered by Sarah Haskins of Streamline Communities

BUSINESS PERSPECTIVES: Renner and Schmitz of The Marketplace honored as Southern Berkshire Chamber of Commerce “Business Persons of the Year”

Providers of "real food by real people" are recognized for their personal qualities, managerial skills, and contribution to the Southern Berkshires community.

BUSINESS PERSPECTIVES: Staff changes at The Berkshire Edge

We are happy to build capacity in our staff to enable The Edge to continue growing.

BUSINESS PERSPECTIVES: Scott Rote of Wheeler & Taylor is Business Person of the Year

Southern Berkshire Chamber of Commerce was finally able to honor its 2021 awardee.

Introducing The Berkshire Edge Magazine … online

Check out the new Berkshire Edge Magazine online for things to do and places to go in the Berkshires.

We’re all in this 2GTHR

The Covid-19 virus may be trying to drive us apart, literally and figuratively, but it has found a vigorous opponent in one Pittsfield artist.

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But Not To Produce.