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Whose decline is more severe: Joe Biden’s or the news media’s?

The decisive problem right now isn't Joe Biden or the press; it is what is being done to the American people.

Business Briefs: New headquarters for Barrington Stage; CHP adds board members

The new building will house Barrington Stage Company's administrative offices, which will be under one roof for the first time since the Company moved to Pittsfield.

Bits & Bytes: Live on the Lake; CHP dental clinic; the Capitol Steps at Cranwell; stargazing workshop; ‘The Pirates of Penzance’ preview; Pittsfield Garden...

CHP dentists Dr. Lina Bermudez and Dr. Minwood Jang will conduct exams and offer fluoride treatments for children up to age 16; those over 16 will receive an oral exam only.

Bits & Bytes: Mega March Against the Dumps; Berkshire Summer Strings; David Lutken at Mr. Finn’s Cabaret; short story, teen writing contest; Berkshire Stonewall...

Mega March Against the Dumps, a community-organized march through the center of town in opposition to GE’s plan to build PCB dumps in the local area, will take place on Sunday, July 3, at noon, on Main Street in Great Barrington, Mass.

Business Briefs: ½ TIX program; Nonprofit Center’s workshop series; Berkshire Co-Op, GoodWorks Insurance to help local charities

Now celebrating its 15th year, ½ TIX offers half-priced cultural event tickets to residents and visitors throughout the Berkshires.

REVIEW: ‘American Son’ at Barrington Stage, a stunning world premiere

This is not a classic -- it soon will be, though -- that you've seen a hundred times before; this is a new play with a definite future. This is a rare chance to be in on the first stage of that journey.

THEATRE REVIEW: Barrington Stage’s ‘Kimberly Akimbo,’ an incomparable production

"Kimberly Akimbo" has the advantage of a wonderful company of players, a most talented director, a design team that has delivered a first-rate production, and a script that delivers every moment with a slight bang, a taste of tang and bling.

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.

Bits & Bytes: Beaver Moon hike; #OptOutside on Black Friday; BHRSD Fund for Excellence; Stockbridge photo contest; Muddy Brook online auction

The online auction is the Muddy Brook PTA’s main fundraiser and supports a wide range of enrichment programming including artist residency programs and field trips.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Mystery Box’ at Olana; Simon’s Rock faculty concert; ABC clothing sale donates $20k

ABC (A Better Community) benefits local charitable organizations that serve at-risk families and youth and address hunger, poverty, and inequality in northern Berkshire communities.

Bits & Bytes: Harold Baumbach artwork; WAM Theatre’s ‘Holy Laughter;’ ‘Great Barrington on the Move;” Respiratory Care Fair; genealogy talk; German/Austrian Film Festival; FilmColumbia...

Lauren Clark hosts viewing of Harold Baumbach artwork Great Barrington – Join Lauren Clark Sunday, October, 25 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. as she...

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.

Bits & Bytes: Les Amies at Music & More; new girls theatre ensemble; Hotel on North earns honors; Williams College planetarium schedule; ‘Art &...

The Hotel on North has been called a game-changer for downtown Pittsfield because of its potential as a catalyst for further development on North Street.

Bits & Bytes: Mazzie and Danieley at Barrington Stage; ‘Tarzana’ at Mass Live Arts; Behold! New Lebanon; Coffee with Ben Downing; Smith sculpture at...

A comic book that comes alive on the stage, "Tarzana" is a collaboration with award-winning playwright and screenwriter Jason Grote ("Mad Men") who was commissioned by Radiohole to write text for the work.

Bits & Bytes: Design-centric Hotel on North debuts in Pittsfield; McQueen at Colonial Garage

Within walking distance of Hotel on North in the heart of Pittsfield’s downtown arts district are dozens of restaurants, shops, and galleries as well as the restored Colonial Theatre and Berkshire Museum. Hotel on North is next door to the acclaimed Barrington Stage Company.

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