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BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on CMC:Berkshires—where science plus kindness equals change

Now in its 10th year, the Center for Motivation and Change provides comprehensive, cutting-edge, research-supported treatment for people struggling with substances or trauma in its New Marlborough facility.

THEATRE REVIEW: The Two of Us’ ‘Sweeney Todd’ features nuanced performances, subtle beauty

This show, unlike other Broadway fare, is Sondheim's American opera and the orchestra, under director Stephen Sanborn's control, delivers the music like a Debussy score, or a Bizet or Schubert composition.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Reality Hunger’ at Geoffrey Young Gallery; a cappella at Roe Jan Library; CoA luncheon; ‘Shrek the Musical’ auditions

The Egremont and Mount Washington councils on aging invite all seniors to a complimentary luncheon Wednesday, March 6, at 11:45 a.m. at the Egremont Village Inn.

Business Briefs: New Berkshire Museum executive director; Random Harvest Market opens; the Bookloft at Facebook Communities Summit; social media workshop

Offering food and a culture that foster connection and collaboration, the vision of the employee-owned Random Harvest Market is to participate in a “relational food economy.”

Berkshire Theatre Critics Association defines categories for third season

The object of the selection of winners is not to single out the “best” in any category, but to reward the outstanding elements of the season, the work that is not possible to forget, that stands out, that exemplifies excellence.

Armchair travel along old toll roads

While few of us will miss the tollbooths on the Mass Pike, it’s fascinating to learn that some two-centuries-old tollhouses are still intact in the greater Berkshires.

The Rev. David B. Rogers, 71, of North Egremont

David joined the Navy in the fall of 1963. He was based out of Long Beach, Calif., and served in Vietnam as a radar technician aboard the aircraft carrier, USS Yorktown.
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