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Encore! Billy Collins

Billy Collins is surely the most popular American poet since Robert Frost. We are pleased to offer an encore column of his wonderful work.

Bits & Bytes: Fall Festival of Shakespeare; Tolkien literary workshop; tobacco treatment open house

During the forum, Hammond will reveal how, as an enthusiastic reader of J.R.R. Tolkien, he came to be a leading expert on the author, decided on his profession and found love in the bargain.

Bits & Bytes: Roomful of Teeth at MASS MoCA; ‘Green Inspiration’ art talk; ‘A New Mexico?’; ‘discontent’ at the Whit; Jayne Benjulian writing...

Led by veteran gallerist Geoffrey Young and joined by other artists featured in the exhibition, 'It's not easy being Green!' will deal with subjects such as how the Berkshires’ environmental features impact the artists’ work

THEATRE REVIEW: Shake & Co.’s ‘The Waverly Gallery’ ideal, features once-in-a-lifetime performance

In Lenox, Massachusetts, this company devoted to the Bard and his many muses find plays and playwrights that advance Shakespeare's goals with the honesty of our own times.

Bits & Bytes: BCC civil rights event; Berkshire Voices staged reading; Thompson on bullying; Bittman on aging

On Wednesday, April 24, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Berkshire Country Day School will host a workshop with child psychologist Michael Thompson, Ph.D., based on the theme of his best-selling book “Best Friends, Worst Enemies: Community, Friendship, Social Power and Bullying in Childhood.”

Fall Festival of Shakespeare celebrates 30 years

Students have the opportunity to develop skills in stage combat, performance aesthetics, dance, technical theater, costuming, stage management, marketing and publicity during the Fall Festival experience.

THEATRE REVIEW: ‘Love’s Labor’s Lost’ a hilarious romp by a young company

The young company takes immense pleasure out of teasing the audience, testing one another's mettle and using slapstick techniques with ardor.

Bits & Bytes: Simon’s Rock students join walkout; Shakespeare’s birthday celebration; ‘The City Dark’ at Bushnell-Sage Library; GBHS annual meeting; Greenagers scholarship

Greenagers will offer a $2,000 scholarship to a graduating senior or young person under the age of 25 pursuing secondary education or work experience in the sustainable agriculture field.

Bits & Bytes: Northeast Regional Tour of Shakespeare; SoupFest; Hotchkiss photography exhibit; CoA luncheon

SoupFest incorporates soup tastings, appetizers, desserts, a cash bar, a silent auction and raffles with all proceeds given to area soup kitchens and food pantries.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Hairspray’ at Berkshire School; Money School; fuel assistance concert; ‘Lovers’ Spat: Round Two’; Eleanor Roosevelt lecture

Money School is an award-winning financial independence initiative designed to create long-term safety and economic security for survivors of domestic or sexual violence.

Bits & Bytes: First Fridays Artswalk; Old Mill Trail work party; ‘Really’ staged reading; waste oil & paint collection; local poet at Mass. Poetry...

Volunteers are needed to help clean the trail of winter debris, rake leaves, pick up trash, replace lost markers and hand-pull invasive plants such as garlic mustard, celandine and winged euonymous.
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