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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.

Dolores H. Stein, 98, of Alford

Yearning to become a teacher, Dolores went back to night school in Brooklyn and became certified to teach. She began as a fourth grade teacher in 1956 and taught for 17 years in the Valley Stream public schools.

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: Food truck rodeo; media art in Lakeville; ‘Lili’s Story;’ I Love My Park Day at Olana; jewelry talk at Ventfort Hall;...

Volunteers from across the state will celebrate New York’s park system by cleaning up park lands and beaches, planting trees and gardens, restoring trails and wildlife habitats, removing invasive species, and working on construction and site improvement projects.

Bits & Bytes: Senior center art opening; ‘Mirror, Mirror’; swing dancing; race documentary screening; ‘Two Years of Song;’ landscaping talk

"My hope is that Mirror, Mirror can serve as a model for future student-run productions and can show the community the full power of collaboration between self-motivated and artistically ambitious high school students.” --Caroline Sprague

Bits & Bytes: Bella’s Bartok at the Colonial; railroad history talk; WAM Theatre to present ‘The Last Wife;’ storytelling at the Mount; organic gardening...

Passenger trains were an important part of southern Berkshire County’s transportation infrastructure for a number of years. There were as many as six round trips per day to New York City through Danbury at the beginning of the 20th century, and the railroads still ran two round trips per day into the 1960s.

Bits & Bytes: Arcadia Viols at Simon’s Rock; painting exhibition call for artists; ‘Real Talk on Race;’ ‘Baseball’ book release; Lenox church partnership; GB...

The course, "Real Talk on Race," is interactive, and will require participants to confront racism explicitly on individual and systemic levels.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Behind Closed Doors;’ Fabienne Kanor at Williams College; Senior Center art workshops; RSVP presentation

“Walking (in) the world means retracing the paths of undocumented migrants and exiles in order to tell their stories." -- Film director Fabienne Kanor

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...

GB Town Hall briefs

The desperate state of Lake Mansfield Road has brought the issue to the fore, since it is a popular road for walkers, runners, fishermen, as well as for access to both the beach area and the boat launch. But to fix the road properly in a sensitive environment will be expensive.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.