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Selina Lamb of BIRCH Properties offers the pinnacle of Berkshires living with privacy, tranquility and modern comfort in an ideal location.

Bits & Bytes: Jon Cleary at Helsinki Hudson; transfer station holiday hours; BTCF 2016 grant deadlines; Schubert at Ventfort Hall; ‘Spirit of Giving’ campaign...

Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation (BTCF) has announced the first round of deadlines for competitive grants in the 2016 fiscal year.

Bits & Bytes: Winnie-the-Pooh at BBG; Mr. Sun at Helsinki Hudson; Simon Winchester in Stockbridge; GBRSS Holiday Handcraft Fair; Frank Sinatra tribute concert

At the Berkshire Botanical Garden presentation audience members will learn about A.A. Milne’s childhood in the natural world, how he and illustrator E.H. Shepard became the Lennon and McCartney of children’s literature.

Bits & Bytes: First Fridays Artswalk; Andrew Vadnais at MCLA; Jay Craven at Simon’s Rock; ‘Metamorphoses’ at Berkshire School; blues jam at Helsinki Hudson

Andrew Vadnais, a long-time proponent of introducing environmental awareness and sustainability into secondary schools, will deliver an environmental issues lecture at MCLA.

Bits & Bytes: Rasputina at Helsinki Hudson; Actor needed!; Harvest Run; North Adams open studios; ‘Body and Soul’ documentary; Dr. Sharon Maxwell on ‘The...

An African American actor is needed for the play, “Hurricane Hotel,” adapted from a book by the same name written in response to Hurricane Katrina by John K. Lawson while he and his family were displaced after losing their home in New Orleans.

Bits & Bytes: ‘An Iliad’ at Shake & Co.; haunted mansion talk & ghost hunt; Wiyos in Hudson; Music & More: Expatriate writers; Williams...

A few intrepid souls will stay on for a unique, real-life ghost hunting adventure exploring the mysteries of this 1870s manor house.

Bits & Bytes: Cowboy Junkies at Helsinki; ‘In My Shoes’ at BCC; October First Fridays Artswalk; Sonia Nazario reading; Ruth Sidransky in Pittsfield

“In My Shoes” brings the voices of women in and outside of prison to the stage in spoken word, dance, and song.

Bits & Bytes: Lydian String Quartet at Music & More; Aaron Lanksy, Yiddish Book Center; Jon Rubin at WCMA; Behold! New Lebanon tours; Steely...

Lydian String Quartet to perform at Music and More New Marlborough -- Music and More welcomes back the acclaimed Lydian String Quartet (Daniel Stepner and Judith...

Bits & Bytes: Joe Crookston at the Guthrie Center; EMV chip card talk; OLLI fall courses & open house; BeauSoleil at Club Helsinki Hudson;...

OLLI fall class highlights include “Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre,” and “Famous Trials That Helped Shape America and Her Institutions” ... OLLI courses are non-credit and there are no grades, no tests, and no prior experience required.

Bits & Bytes: Junior Walker tribute; Bruins support summer reading; Botanical Garden, Project Native merger; pop-up art gallery; raising goats in the Berkshires

"This will be a great partnership. Our very different resources and capacities will advance our common mission of environmental education and promoting native habitats." -- Project Native board chair Erik Bruun

Bits & Bytes: Sally Harris good works; dancing at Dewey Hall; blues at Club Helsinki; New Year’s blast of Bach

Post-intermission fare on New Year's Eve consists of two Bach classics in special Berkshire Bach versions: Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 (what would New Year's be without a Brandenburg?) with its spectacular solos for violin, horns, oboes, bassoon, and percussion, and the brilliant Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D with its three-trumpet-and timpani power and its famous Air for strings.

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