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BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on One Mercantile and Sett—success in downtown Great Barrington

Local couple successfully builds a pair of brick-and-mortar businesses from the ground up by meeting the community where they are.

Bits & Bytes: Fifth annual 10×10 Upstreet Arts Festival; Chinese New Year celebration; Ramsdell Library Sundays; Williams diversity series; EP from Oakes and Smith

Week Five of winter Sunday afternoons at Ramsdell Public Library, the focus will be on the suffragette movement in the United States and Great Britain.

Business Briefs: 1Berkshire Pitch Camp; doctor prescribes Berkshire outdoors; winter art appreciation packages

In the space of a century, the American experience of nature has gone from direct utilitarianism to romantic attachment to electronic detachment.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Facing Our Truth’; Healthy Heart Night; First Fridays Artswalk; ‘Behind Closed Doors;’ ‘A Mitzvah for the Berkshire Kids Place’

"Facing Our Truth": Reflecting on race relations in the United States, this collection of one-acts was inspired by events surrounding the Trayvon Martin case.

Bits & Bytes: WordXWord’s Rockwell Project; OLLI classes to begin; Dan Barry at Williams; balance workshop in Pittsfield

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Berkshire Community College (OLLI) will offer over a dozen courses this winter in Pittsfield, Lenox, and Great Barrington.

Bits & Bytes: BTG presents The Weight; Handmade Holiday Festival; ‘Dear Mandela’ at Williams; open call for iPhone art; ‘Christmas at Trinity’

The Sohn Fine Art Gallery in Lenox has issued an open call for submissions to iMotif, an iPhone photography exhibition.

Bits & Bytes: Schumacher lectures; 10×10 submissions; virtual reality at Williams; spirit medium at Ventfort Hall; new Director of Development at Hillcrest

Both Savory and Smith have developed agricultural models based on natural systems which offer methods for farming with the potential to fix carbon, clean waters, and produce food more abundantly.

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