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CONNECTIONS: In America, truth has never gotten in the way of politics

Fomenting fear to drive policy is a political technique older than our country. It has never lost favor with the power hungry and never varied.

THEATRE REVIEW: Bridge Street’s ‘Better’ an intriguing coming-of-age tale

The combination here of creative artists, one and all, has given us some amazing theater and a large, gooey table of food for thought.

THEATRE REVIEW: Bridge Street Theatre’s ‘The Moors’ a very funny play about a very savage subject

You don't need to know the examples copied by the playwright to enjoy this play; you just have to watch and listen and enjoy the experience.

FilmColumbia 2018: Nine days, 50 films

The nine-day festival will present 50 world-class independent and international films, plus post-screening question-and-answer sessions with acclaimed artists and special tributes and events.

Bits & Bytes: WAM Theatre gala; ‘Curtis on Tour’; ‘Drawing as Mindfulness Practice’ workshops; Young Writers’ Contest winners

Deb Koffman's "Drawing as Mindfulness Practice" workshop will provide an opportunity for participants to watch their minds; stay connected to their hearts; follow their authentic impulses; make mistakes without consequences; tap into their natural, ordinary, unique creativity; and find the essential beauty in anything.

Jeff Beals is true progressive choice for NY-19

In a letter to the editor, Steve Dunda writes: "Jeff Beal's diplomatic work under both Republican and Democratic administrations will help Republicans and Democrats work together."

BRIEFS: BBG landscape design winners; Great Barrington Arts Market; Larkin records complete Jane Austen novels; Instacart enters Berkshires; ‘Tri-County Mixer’

For every download of any Austen title purchased directly from alisonlarkinpresents.com, $5 will be donated to the Literacy Network of South Berkshire via the Jane Austen Literacy Foundation for which Alison Larkin serves as U.S. ambassador.

Youthful challenger races around NY-19 in bid to ‘repeal and replace’ Faso

Rhodes, who exudes the boyish charm one would expect from a guy who grew up on a Bruderhof farm in Ulster County and eventually found his way to Harvard Law School, saves his best shots for the man he wants to replace: first-term Republican Rep. John Faso.

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