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THE OTHER SIDE: The king is not dead — not really

Well, in one fell swoop, the new conservative majority—it might be more accurate to call them the new MAGA majority—betrayed originalism and textualism.

Bits & Bytes: Renewable energy fair; ‘The Government Inspector;’ Will Evans, Whiskey Treaty Roadshow at the Colonial; Fairview’s Monster Dash; Mill Pond School open...

The Children’s Study Home will celebrate the opening of its Berkshire campus, located at the site of the former Eagleton School, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 29.

THEATRE REVIEW: ‘Fiorello!’ at the Unicorn brings LaGuardia to life

A young company of players, accompanied by a solo piano and a violin, are presenting this Pulitzer Prize-, Tony Award-winning show and, to my utter surprise, are doing a fine job in a small theater whose intimacy should work against a big Broadway musical.

Bits & Bytes: Denny Alsop in Boston; River Walk Earth Day workday; ZviDance at MASS MoCA; Terry Tempest Williams at Williams; 350Mass Berkshires meeting;...

In Boston, Alsop will deliver a letter he's carried from the Berkshires in a quest for a clean Housatonic River, free of the PCBs that GE dumped there years ago.

REVIEW: Susan Merrill’s ‘Colors and Camouflage’

Having grown up on a farm in Maryland, Merrill has a deep and abiding respect for all animals, especially as they have become scarcer on Berkshire farms.

Bits & Bytes: ‘100 Cats for Christmas’ a success; Terry a la Berry at Berkshire South; ‘Rapunzel’ at Ventfort Hall

Puppeteer Carl Sprague will use his marionettes to bring to life the classic fairy tale “Rapunzel” at Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum, with performances Monday Dec. 28 and Wednesday Dec. 30.

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