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BITS & BYTES: Julie Wosk at Berkshire Museum; Camilo Cárdena at Center for Peace through Culture; Bobby Previte at Hudson Hall; ‘Poor Herman’ at...

Berkshire Museum presents a talk on images of female astronauts and aviators, as well as space-age females in movies, fashion, and television.

Bits & Bytes: Rx Round Up; Arbor Day Fest; Tatge to discuss Jacob’s Pillow; Jesse Harris in Egremont; winter clothing drive

The Pillow recently announced the receipt of a $100,000 grant to expand and create new programs engaging local Berkshire County residents, organizations, and businesses.

Students celebrate life’s diversity – one drumbeat at a time

Using African dance and drumming as a vehicle to explore the concepts of folklore and storytelling came via a talented group of educators from Berkshire Pulse, an organization dedicated to building and strengthening community life through diverse and accessible programming.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Lost Highway’ exhibit; Mud Day at Muddy Brook; Wildflower Full Moon Music & Arts Fest; swing dancing at Shire City Sanctuary;...

At the Muddy Brook Elementary "Mud Day" there will also, of course, be lots and lots of mud: kids can play muddy tug-o-war, build mud castles, and get all-around messy in a giant mud field.

Bits & Bytes: Holiday Shop, Sip & Stroll; Lenox Library’s Pajama Night; ‘Magnificat’ in Stockbridge; ‘Tartuffe’ at BCC

At the Lenox Library Holiday Pajama Night children can enjoy an evening of storytelling by community celebrities and music performed by David Grover.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.