Thursday, July 25, 2024

News and Ideas Worth Sharing


Tag: A&P

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.

Our real national emergency is in Washington, not at the border

And the rest of us will be thrust into a national emergency of conscience. For we have allowed children to be snatched from the arms of their parents and sent to inadequate holding cells, cages, transported hundreds, even thousands of miles from their loved ones to caretakers in the employ of nonprofits, men and women who don’t know the names of the villages of these children, their aunts and uncles, their neighbors, or what they love to eat for dinner.

Shout Out to Dine Out: Local artist sheds light on human trafficking

Human trafficking is an issue that touches every community yet remains largely hidden; simply stated, the first step toward putting an end to human trafficking is to acknowledge its existence.

Bygone car dealership buildings find new uses

There are still 10 of these purpose-built showrooms in adaptive reuse in Great Barrington. They now house a variety of businesses.

Berkshire Hills achieves AP honor roll designation from College Board

"Congratulations to all the educators and administrators in [Berkshire Hills] who have worked to clear a path for more students of all backgrounds to participate and succeed in AP." -- Trevor Packer, head of AP and Instruction at the College Board

Nicholas Dapretto, 86, of Stockbridge

He was a past member of the James A. Modolo Post # 8348, American Legion and a third degree in the Knights of Columbus in Long Island.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.