Thursday, July 18, 2024

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Robbi Hartt

Robbi Hartt had a career teaching middle school English and writing at Greens Farms Academy in Westport, Conn. She now lives in Mill River, Mass., where she and her husband have renovated a 1795 farmhouse to create a respite for families dealing with pediatric cancer. She writes regularly for The Berkshire Edge and New Marlborough’s Village News. Her poems have appeared in the “Busy Griefs, Raw Towns” anthology.

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BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on Magnetworks—a next-generation job search platform

Magnetworks is a new 'come as you are' job search platform that leverages the power of applicants' social networks.

BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on Clark Green + Bek Architecture Design

With origins dating back to 1988, the firm has developed a blueprint for "transformative and enduring architectural design"—and being a living legacy to founding partner Stephan Green.

BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on Flying Cloud Institute—igniting young minds through hands-on exploration

“The question at the heart of everything we do is: How do we create dynamic experiences for youth and educators to use science and art to problem solve?”

BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on Cello—a trio restaurant production that’s hitting all the right notes

This humming new spot brings an ever-changing menu and communal dining spirit to Church Street in downtown Lenox.

BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on Mixed Company—the Berkshires’ oldest year-round theatre

All's well that end's well: When a tax bill threatened to shut The Granary down, supporters rallied to save the historic building and the beloved theatre it houses.

BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on Boyd Biomedical—Providing growth services for biomedical innovators

Now in its 43rd year, Boyd Biomedical is a progressive, Berkshire-based biotech company uniquely poised to meet the needs of the rapidly growing healthcare industry.

BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on Strong Little Souls—Part II

As unusual as it is to hear of a 13-year-old launching a successful nonprofit, it is even more incredible to see a young person maintain that level of commitment for over a decade.

BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight On Jack Shainman Gallery’s The School

Now in its 11th year, The School brings world class art to the tiny village of Kinderhook, N.Y.

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