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Mary Jane White and Cristian Sanchez of Cohen+White Associates offer a move-in-ready, beautifully maintained mid-century modern contemporary with great design and stunning views. An analysis of first quarter 2024 real estate sales. Architect Pamela Sandler transforms a dark, compartmentalized condo into a light, bright and open home. Plus, recent sales, gardening columns and more.

Bits & Bytes: Denny Alsop at Laurel Hill meeting; area blood drives; BCC Day of Service; Berkshire Human Rights Speaker Series; tax assistance rally

A longtime Stockbridge resident, Denny Alsop made the first crossing of Massachusetts by canoe in 1988 and his journey resulted in the introduction of the Massachusetts Rivers Protection Act.

NYPD Deputy Commissioner Tracie Keesee to address race relations at Berkshire Human Rights series

Berkshire Human Rights speaker Tracie Keesee has devoted her long career in policing to strengthening better ties between the police and minority communities.

Bits & Bytes: Berkshire Children’s Chorus holiday concert; theatre of the absurd at BCC; Solid Sound tickets; Berkshire Human Rights Speaker Series; ‘Coping With...

Conceived by Wilco and inaugurated in 2010, Solid Sound will present Wilco as hosts and headliners and will feature an eclectic, Wilco-selected musical lineup of indie, rock, jazz and more.

Bits & Bytes: Holiday Handcraft Fair; Berkshire Human Rights Speaker Series; ‘Othering’ spoken word performance; ‘EN•LIGHT•EN’ sculpture exhibit; ‘The Burial at Thebes’ at Darrow...

Janice Johnson Dias' Human Rights talk will explore how notions of black mystical appeal stymie black humanity and harm black women and girls.

Bits & Bytes: Berkshire Botanical Garden Harvest Festival; ‘Earth Dialogue;’ GB Cultural Council applications; ‘The 39 Steps;’ Newsboy monument rededication; Berkshire Human Rights Speaker...

The rededication event will celebrate the recent conservation treatment that restored the physical and historical integrity of Great Barrington's Newsboy Statue and will include a public viewing of the monument and working fountain.

Bits & Bytes: Renovations at BCC; GBLC Hullabaloo; ‘Song of the Earth;’ Tara Lai Quinlan & ‘Mariam;’ Mama Doni concert; Behold! New Lebanon tours

Hullabaloo aims to raise awareness of GBLC’s work caring for and conserving Great Barrington’s natural resources, preserving prime agricultural land, and protecting open spaces for public recreation and conservation.

Hands in Outreach: Sponsoring girls’ education in Nepal

“Nepal felt like a forgotten place, and I could make an impact there, improving the quality of life for marginalized people.” -- Ricky Bernstein

Bits & Bytes: Rimon to present Darshan; Human Rights Speaker Series; Hillcrest graduate programs; Jane Apkin on aging; the Log reopens at Williams

The Berkshire Human Rights Speaker Series will present Delores Jones-Brown on Sunday, November 15 at 2 p.m., at Miss Hall’s School

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